Encouraging response of devout Hindus in workshop held giving guidance on spiritual practice and increasing qualities in self Read more »
Every person’s contribution is important in the mission of establishing Hindu Rashtra! – Govind Chodankar, HJS Read more »
Deities and great national leaders are insulted when crackers with their pictures are burst shredding the pictures to pieces; therefore, ban should be imposed on sale of such crackers Read more »
Killers of Kamlesh Tiwari, former national President of ‘Hindu Mahasabha’ and President of ‘Hindu Samaj Party’ should be immediately arrested and stringently punished, was the demand made by all pro-Hindu organizations through a memorandum submitted to District Collector on 19th October. Read more »
Lectures on ‘Navaratri and Love Jihad’ were held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) during Navaratri festival at various places in Mumbai Read more »
‘Tulaja Bhavani Navaratri Festival Committee’ of C-1 Group in Vijay Maruti Chowk had organized ritual of ‘kumkumarchan’ wherein 100 name-strips of Shri Durgadevi were distributed among participating women Read more »
More than 50 lectures were held on behalf of Sanatan Sanstha and HJS during the period of Ganesh festival. Meetings were held at various Ganesh committees, at local ‘Tarun Mandals’, colleges etc Read more »
Shriram-naam Sankeertan’ drive was undertaken at various places Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Palghar, by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti and Sanatan Sanstha Read more »
Navi Mumbai Representation submitted to Mayor Jayawant Sutar against immersion of idols in artificial water tanks Navi Mumbai : Representation was submitted to Mayor Jayawant Sutar against immersion of Ganesh-idols in artificial water tanks and against use of paper pulp for making Ganesh idols. He promised to cooperate. Similar representation was also submitted to Commissioner … Read more
On the occasion of ‘Gauri-pujan’, masks of Lakshmi-Gauri and their idols were kept on sale at ‘Sharda Dresses’ shop of readymade clothes in Mangalwar Peth. These idols were dressed up in different modern frocks, tops, maxi-gowns and ‘churidar’ etc. Read more »
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