Practical Hindutva – T Raja Singh.
Posted by hinduexistence on January 15, 2013
Speech of Thakur Raja Singh (Raja Bhaiya) on 150th Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda at Bhgyanagar (Hyderabad) on 12-01-2013.
SANATAN DHARMA-ARYA SANSKRITI-HINDU RASHTRA. STRUGGLE FOR HINDU FREEDOM IN A NEW HINDU AGE.
Vayam Rashtre Jagriyama Purohita! ~ ATHARVAVEDA.
Back to Vedas. ~ MAHARSHI DAYANANDA SARASWATI.
Religion and religion alone is the life of India. ~ SWAMI VIVEKANANDA.
Sanatana Dharma is nationalism for us. This Hindu nation was born with the Sanatana Dharma. ~ SRI AUROVINDA.
Hinduise all politics and Militarise Hindudom ! ~ VINAYAK DAMODAR SAVARKAR.
Salient Points of the Speech of Raja Bhaiya as spiritually galvanized by Upananda Brahmachari.
2. Self Reliance and Respect to Bharatiya Tradition and Culture, two basic parts of New Hindutva Regeneration.
3. The Warrior Spirit of Shivaji Maharaj and its appropriate application as a weapon to combat anti-Hindu evil spirit.
4. Greater Unity of Hindu Mass and making of Local Leadership with dedication and sacrifice based on Dharma.
5. Awakening of Hindu Mass with physical and mental power building in the line of Practical Hindutva.
6. Active participation (physically – mentally – financially) in Hindutva movement accepting the challenge of anti-Hindu ~ anti-National force with greater responsibilities. Directly fight against Jihadi and anti-national elements. Save Go Mata, Hindu Women and Hindu Temples. Fortify Hindu Future of Bharat.
7. Alienating anti-Indian and anti-Hindu political forces like MIM (Majlish e Ittehadul Mulimeen) from mass and shut their shops of Communalism and Subversiveness.
8. Co-operate with Police and Army while they are fighting for National and public interest in so many challenging situations.
9. Making a bridge of collaboration in different Hindu Organisations and creating thousands of inspired souls like Sivaji Maharaj, Narendra Modi or Raja Bhaiya.
10. Re-establish Hindu Rashtra-Dhrama Rastra-Ram Rajya in Bharat of everybody’s pride and participation.