Hindu Janajagruti Samiti: All India Hindu convention for ‘Hindu Rashtra in Bharat’ on June 11-17 in Goa

Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Adhiveshan 2015

All India Hindu convention for ‘Hindu Rashtra in Bharat’ on June 11-17 in Goa. 

Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | Haridwar | June 4, 2015:: The fourth All-India Hindu Adhiveshan (Convention) for making a Practical Hindu Rashtra in Bharat will be held at Ramnathi Temple complex, Ponda in central Goa from June 11 to June 17, 2015. Over 500 delegates of 145 right-wing Hindu organisations from 21 Indian states will participate in this week long convention of excellence. “A ‘Hindu nation’ will not be secular, but will be based on dharma,” as conveyed by the Hindu Coordination team of Hindu Janjagruti Samiti (HJS),  through a communication to HENB.

The objective to establish the ‘Hindu Nation’ through these convention is so far designed to ensure the Practical Hindu Rashtra in Bharat within a time frame of 2023-2025.  The Practical Hindu Rashtra combines all three concepts of Cultural, Constitutional and Globally accredited Hindu Rashtra in reality.

The first ‘All India Hindu Convention’ was attended by 145 delegates from 40 Hindu organisations in 17 States, and 320 devout Hindus representing 70 Hindu organisations in 20 States participated in the second ‘All India Hindu Convention’ whereas 400 devout Hindus representing more than 125 Hindu organisations and sects from Bharat, Nepal and Bangladesh participated in the third ‘All India Hindu Convention’. This Convention, to be held from 11th to 17th June 2015, will cover various topics such as contribution by Hindu organisations and sects in the interest of the Nation and Dharma, protection of the Motherland from the anti national forces, thorough discussions on various aspects connected with the declaration of Bharat as ‘Hindu Rashtra’ within 2025, finalisation of common action programmes and adopting resolutions serving the interests of Hindus in this holy land.

The HJS urged to render free service to this mighty mission of Hindu convention as a“Golden opportunity of ‘satseva (holy service)’ from the well-wishers, devout Hindus and seekers” ! Devout Hindus can make also donations for the Hindu Convention 2015 in the HJS web portal at “Donate for All India Hindu Convention”.

HJS’s slogan for ‘Hindu Rashtra in Bharat’ is made unique, powerful and divine in Sanskrit as “Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram“.

Source: hinduexistence.org