Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha at Kumtha, Karnataka held successfully

Establishment of Hindu Rashtra is necessary to regain past glory of Vedic culture – Shri. Ramanand Gauda, Sanatan Sanstha

from left Kum. Sphurti Benkanwari, Shri. Vijay Revankar, Shri. B. G. Mohan and Shri. Ramanand Gauda

Kumtha (Karnataka) : ‘Bahai Sect emerged 120 years ago. Before 1400 years, there was not a single Muslim on this land. Before 2100 years, there was not even one Christian; 4000 years ago, there was no Jew. There were only Hindus in this whole world before 4000 years ago. This history is never taught to us and we are taught that Aryans i.e. Hindus came to India from other parts. Vedic Sanatan culture was followed all over the world in ancient times; but today, it is on decline even in this country. Establishment of Hindu Rashtra is therefore, necessary to revive the past glory of this culture in the whole world,’ stated Shri. Ramanand Gowda of Sanatan Sanstha while addressing Dharmasabha held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), on Sunday, 1st February 2015 at Shantika-Parameshwari Devsthan, Kumtha.

The other dignitaries attending the ‘sabha’ were Shri. B. G. Mohan, the President of VHP for North Canara District, Shri. Vijay Revankar of HJS and Kum. Sphurti Benkanwari of HJS’ Ranaragini Division. Shri. Vijay Revankar of HJS said, “Hindus are being attacked in broad daylight; therefore, everyone needs to get trained in self-defence. Hindu Rashtra can be established only with Rashtra-Dharma-kranti and after lot of struggle.”

Dharma-shikshan is necessary to create ‘Dharma-Tej’ amongst Hindu young women ! – Kum. Sphurti Benkanwari

Kum. Sphurti Benkanwari of Ranaragini Division said, “Hindu women are drifting away from Dharmacharan owing to lack of ‘Dharmabhiman’ and are emulating western culture. We should keep ideals like Rani Chennamma of Kittur, Jijamata, Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi before us. When one woman starts ‘Dharmacharan (abiding by Dharma)’, her whole family starts abiding by Dharma; therefore, ‘Dharma-Tej’ is essential in todays Hindu young women.”

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat