Zunzunu (Rajasthan) : ‘Presently, the young generation of Bharat is getting attracted towards western culture. Sun rises in the east and sets in the west. However, since Bharatiya youths are not aware of our culture, they are accepting western culture, and foreigners are following Bharatiya culture.
In order to bring out the change in this situation, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti is active in 22 States of the nation. Young generation should participate in this mission and make efforts to protect the culture,’ said Shri. Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti while addressing youth attending the programme, organised by Shri. Pravin Swami of ‘Zunzunu Go-raksha Dal’ on 23rd March at Gopal Go-shala.
More than 100 devout Hindus attended the programme. On the occasion, Shri. Vijay Bharati – Ex-collector, Shri. Tarachandaji Gupta, President of Gopal Go-shala, Mantri Shri. Subhash Kyamsaliya, Shashikant Panchari, Al Sasir and office bearers of ‘Chidava Go-raksha Dal’ were present.
Shri. Anand Jakhotiya of HJS introduced activities of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. Shri. Shinde further said, “In our culture, mode of greeting is ‘Namaskar’, and not the hand-shake. The people are avoiding hand-shake due to spread of deceases like swine-flu. Instead of disregarding western culture only when such dangers are witnessed, it is more appropriate to follow our culture right from the beginning.”
Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat