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Hindu Muslim riot in Hyderabad. Desecration of Hanuman Temple with alleged Beef throwing created communal tension.

Posted by hinduexistence on April 9, 2012

Update for Hyderabad Riot:(2). Hyderabad riots : Police arrests another 7 Muslims behind riots. <Click to read.

(1). Curfew continues in riot-hit old Hyderabad on 10th April,2012. <Click to read.

Hindus celebrating Hanuman Jayanti at Hyderabad on 06/04/2012 without creating any tension.

Riots erupt in Hyderabad after desecration of Hanuman Temple with Beef and Green colour.

Islamist created communal tension in Hyderabad after desecrating a Hanuman Temple as alleged.

Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad) | 9th April, 2012: An indefinite curfew was today imposed in the sensitive Madannapet and Saidabad areas of the walled city. A Hanuman temple at Kurmaguda, (in Saidabad) was found desecrated on the Sunday morning which was followed by incidents of stabbing and heavy stone-pelting, hence curfew has been imposed, police said.

A day after the Hanuman Jayanti (6th April, 20-12), in the early hours of Sunday, 8th April 2012, the devotees of the Hanuman temple at Kurmaguda, in Saidabad, were in for a shock to find green colour had been splashed on the walls of the temple and pieces of cow meat were thrown inside the temple from the grills.

The naturally agitated Hindu youth protested against this sacrilegious act. The Muslims who are a majority in that area launched an offensive on the Hindus and both sides engaged in a duel of stone fight. Sensing trouble, the police indulged in lathi charge and also fired tear gas hurting many of the protesters. At the same time, the Muslims grouped themselves into a larger group and more or less occupied the main road of Saidabad armed with stones and swords, eye witnesses told NewsBharati.

The incidents were reported from the Madannapet and Saidabad areas of the Old City here. Additional forces have been deployed there, a senior police official told.

Is Hyderabad resembling with Pak legacy?

Curfew has been clamped till further orders in the areas under Madannapet and Saidabad police station limits, Hyderabad Police Commissioner A K Khan said, adding police have picked up two persons for questioning.

“Miscreants pelted stones at buses and set at least two vehicles on fire. Two incidents of stabbing have also been reported,” the police official said.

“The situation is now under control. We have posted pickets and preventive measures are in place,” Hyderabad Police Commissioner A K Khan added.

“We are keeping strict watch in the sensitive areas,” Khan told reporters, appealing to people to cooperate with police and not beMeanwhile, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy directed Director General of Police, Dinesh Reddy, and other senior officials to take stringent action against the miscreants responsible for Madannapet incidents.

Hindu groups are demanding security of the community and punishment to wrong doers. Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy reviewed the situation by talking to the top officials, official sources said. Source: HJS.

It is reported that the BJP corporator from Kurmaguda Sashi Yadav was leading the Hindu protest  rally over the Hanuman Temple desecration, while a big police contingent were trying to arrest Hindu Leader Thakur Raja Singh to suppress the Hindu Protesting force in Hyderabad.

In the year 2010, the Muslim perpetrators of Hyderabad attacked some Temples attached with Goshala (Cow Shelter House) and burnt cows alive to hurt the hindu sentiments during  Hanuman Jayanti.

Some tensed hours in Hyderabad Riot.

Related News: 

Curfew in old City area of Hyderabad after clashes.

Indefinite Curfew was imposed on Sunday (08/04/2012) to take control over the aggravating Communal Riot in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad | Post Jagran | 08 Apr 2012 :: An indefinite curfew was on Sunday clamped in some parts of the walled city here following communal clashes over alleged desecration of a religious place.

At least five persons were injured in incidents of stabbing and stone-pelting involving members of two communities, police said.

Curfew was imposed in Madannapet and Saidabad in Old City and will continue till further orders, Andhra Pradesh Director General of Police V Dinesh Reddy said.

Tension erupted in the morning following reports of alleged desecration of a religious place in Kurmaguda, wherein some devotees complained that they found “meat” and green-coloured water near a place of worship.

Enraged members of the community took out rallies that culminated in stone-pelting. As the news spread, members of other community too assembled in large numbers and also indulged into heavy brickbatting against each other and at houses in Kurmaguda besides the communally sensitive areas of Madannapet and Saidabad, thus prompting police to cane charge and burst of teargas shells to disperse marauding mobs. Read details here….

Widening Kiran-Owaisi rift causes Hyderabad Tension?

Kiran-Owaisi rift widens

April 7, 2012 | Deccan Chronicle |  Hyderabad :: The gulf between the ruling Congress, in particular, Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, and the Owaisi brothers of the MIM is widening. The recent broadside by Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi, against the state’s failure to contain communal violence, is said to be a reflection of the growing differences between the MIM and the CM.

The MIM is providing crucial support to the Congress government, which is in a precarious position in the numbers game in the Assembly. The government will slip into a minority if five of its members quit, and in such an event, a formal letter of support from the seven-member MIM becomes crucial for its survival.

Though both sides were ill at ease for some time, the recent communal violence in Sangareddy and the CM’s reaction to the complaints by a leaders of Muslim organisations, led by the MIM, came as a shock.

Sources told this newspaper that the CM had totally backed the local MLA, Jagga Reddy, whom the Muslim organisations had held responsible for attacks against their community. The party also objected to the inordinate delay sanctioning relief to victims of the Adoni communal violence in September 2011. Read the full story….

Courtesy: News Bharati | Post Jagran | Deccan Chronicle |  News Wala | HJS.

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1,500-yr-old Hindu temple in Karachi being renovated after stashing all the Islamic hurdles.

Posted by hinduexistence on February 25, 2012

Recycling history: And all of Hanuman’s men put this temple together again

Published: February 20, 2012 || The Express Tribune, Pakistan.
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Pancahmukhi Hanuman Temple Karachi dates back to 1500 years old.

KARACHI: It was a tough fight – including a lawsuit and a call for donations – but one of Karachi’s oldest Hindu temples is finally being renovated.

The 1,500-year-old Shri Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir is finally getting a facelift with the use of its old stones after its management battled with land grabbers to regain partial control of its original land.

One of the oldest temples in the city, the Shri Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir is tucked away in Soldier Bazaar. Even though work on its renovation suffered a setback a couple of years ago, its management is adamant that it will complete it, despite encroachments on the temple’s plot, intimidation and threats by land grabbers as well as a lack of funds.

“The temple was supposed to be renovated within two years. But a shortage of funds and the cases we have been fighting for the ownership of our land have slowed down the process. Yet we won’t give up,” says the determined Shri Ram Nath Maharaj, the temple’s caretaker. The Hanuman temple holds special significance for Hindus.

“It is the only temple in the world which has the natural statue of the Hanuman deity, and is not man-made. Years ago, the statue was discovered from this place,” he explains, pointing towards the 8-foot blue and white statue, which is located in a room that will not be touched for renovation or reconstruction. The rubble of building material and grilles lies around the temple as construction continues on a free langar khana or soup kitchen and a praying area. To preserve the look and feel of the temple, the original yellow stones are being used to rebuild the arched walls. “We believe in preserving our temple. We had to renovate because it was in ruins, with parts of the roof caving in.”

Blocks of old stones are being moulded into new ones. “The process of using the old stones to rebuild is time-consuming, difficult and costly. It is easier to buy new material and use it,” explains the Maharaj.

Renovations start soon. Donate generously.

But as Dr Noman Ahmed, the chairperson of the architecture and planning department at the NED University, put it, houses of worship are usually preserved by using the same material from which they were originally built. “Unless there is a defect in the stones, the same ones can be used to rebuild them,” he said. However, there is rarely major reconstruction done on ancient buildings. Instead there are minor restorations or cleaning. “Temples can be rebuilt in a personal capacity but it is better to seek professional help from the government’s heritage department,” he urged.

The temple isn’t being renovated with the yearly budget allocated to the Sindh minorities’ affairs ministry. Instead, poor Hindus and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement stepped up with donations.

“We need Rs4.5 million for the reconstruction,” said the Maharaj. “We have received half of the money but we need the rest to complete it.” A banner hangs in the temple requesting for donations.

Encroaching on the house of worship

The Shri Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir has faced the same issue as many of the temples in the city – encroachment. Half of the 2,609 square feet land of the temple has been taken over.

According to documents shared by the Maharaj, in 1995 the plot (GRE 270 and 271) was divided into 10 parts. Land grabbers claimed the lease. In 2006, the temple won back four of these plots after the lease was cancelled by a district court and then-DDO East Sultan Ahmed issued a notice.

The anti-encroachment department was ordered by the City District Government Karachi to remove the illegal encroachers from three other plots, but even though six years have passed, that decision has yet to be implemented. “The illegal owners continue to reside on the land which belongs to the temple. We are still fighting in court for the ownership of the other two plots,” said the Maharaj as he sat in his incense-filled office, where a stereo played bhajans or hymns and pictures of Hanuman adorned the walls.

It seems that the temple has its work cut out. The official who runs the anti-encroachment work in KMC, Abdul Malik, was unaware of the illegal occupation on the temple’s land. “I know there is a temple in Soldier Bazaar, but I don’t know if there are encroachments around it,” he said, promising to look into it.  Maharaj hopes to win back their land. “We could once again attract foreign devotees. When we win back our land, I will make guest rooms, a parking lot and a place for shoes,” he said. For now, the Shri Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir has to make do with what little land it has managed to regain.

Courtesy:  The Express Tribune.

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Welcome to Ganga Sagar Mela 2012.

Posted by hinduexistence on January 13, 2012

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  • Gangasagar Mela 1012 Highlights :
  • Over 7 lack pilgrims attended.
  • No major accident or mishap occurred by the Grace of Ganga Ji.
  • No chance of destruction of this world by 21st Dec. 2012 : Sanatana Dharma will reign and save Humanity ~ Swami NischalanandaJi Saraswati  –  Pujya Shankaracharya, Govardhan Peeth, Puri.
  • Urge to Central Govt. of India. Declare Gangasagar Mela as National Congregation. Save “Ganga” river and “Samskrit” language. Establish a Research Center for Ganges Protection Archaeological Research Center for Gangasagar Island  and Sanskrit College in Gangasagar Island. ~ Sri Sri Mohanta Dasa of Hanuman Garhi, Ayodhya.
  • Record Ministers, Administrators, Public Representatives attended the Mela through out its session, except the CM of West Bengal.

Subha Makar Sankranti : Ganga Sagar Mela – 13th to 15th January 2012.

HE News Desk || 13th January, 2012 : “Ganga Sagar Mela” is a grand festival observed by followers of Sanatana Hindu Dharma with millions assembling to take a holy bath on Makara Sankranti day. One of the oldest pilgrimage in the Indian chronology always welcomes everyone to the huge and colorful gathering from every corner of India and abroad even where the Hindu devotees reside   during this festival, where more than five  lakh pilgrims being served prasadam and shelter amidst overwhelming Hindu religious activities, shraddhas and  kirtan Different Hindu Organizations like ISKCON, Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Ramakrishna Mission, Arya Samaj other social & voluntary organizations hold  camps from 13th to 15th January and share the wonderful experience of serving the pilgrims at holy Ganga Sagar. The Government of West Bengal, the Government of India in their various departments also run various activities to minimum amenities and services for the benefits of the attending pilgrimage in Gagasagar. In this year the Govt of WB has lifted the shameful pilgrimage tax upon Hindus in Gangasagar, but extruding the poor Hindu pilgrimages by taking double or three times ion Bus, Taxi, Ferry services with fake reasons made by the bus/taxi/transport owners’ syndicates owned or influenced by the Muslim operators in west Bengal. Despite that 6 lakh Hindu pilgrims are expected to take a Holy Bath in the mighty confluence of Ganges and to visit this ancient heritage Tirtha (pilgrimage) and Kapil Muni Temple at Gangasagar. As per Hindu belief ”One Should visit Gangasagar Onece at least while other sites many times” ~ sab tirath bar bar, Gangasagar ek bar. The sky will be filled with the awesome sounds of Bay of Bengal with the shouting of the devotees : Ganga Mai Ki Jai, Bhagaban Kapil Muni Maharj Ji ki Jai, Sanatan Hindu Dharm ki Jai. Bharat Mata ki Jai.  

Gangaji Maha Aarti at Gangasagar

Gangasagar Mela is highlighted for various activities as by various Hindu Organizations as below. :

  • Free prasadam distribution
  • Free night shelters
  • Free medical aid/centers
  • Gau Dan
  • Gita Dan
  • Vastra Dan
  • Immersion of the ashes of departed souls
  • Srimad-Bhagavata & Shastra Katha by various Saints and Kathakars.
  • Maha Harinam Sankirtan
  • Vishwa-shanti Maha Yajna by international gurukula students of ISKCON and ARYA SAMAJ
  • International seminar on Ganga Sagar
  • Educational Programs on Vedic Culture
  • Sales of Religious Books
  • Deployment of Volunteers by Bharat Sevashram Sangha and Other organizations to help the pilgrimage.

The respective Govts also provided a support also actually too meager to meet the necessity.

ISKCON WELCOMES EVERY BODY AT GANGASAGAR MELA.

Hare Krishna,
Please accept my greetings for 2012 and the kind blessings of Sri Sri Radha Madhava. All glories to Srila Prabhupada. You along with your family members are invited to our camp at the Ganga Sagar Mela 2012. This is a grand festival, observed by followers of Sanatan Dharma with millions assembling to take a bath in the holy Ganges. Sacred Mother Ganga merges into the Sagar, where the 60,000 sons of the great King Sagar were delivered simply by her touch. We serve Prasadam and provide shelter to more than one and a half lakh of pilgrims in the midst of heartfelt Kirtan. I humbly request you to join and share with us the wonderful experience in our camp from 13th to 15th January 2012 along with international pilgrims. Sridham Govinda Das and a dedicated team of devotees are ready to help you with details of the services you wish to render.

Yours in the service of Lord Krishna
Bhakti Purusottama Swami Co-Director ISKCON Sri Mayapur
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Photo Gallery Of Ganga Sagar Mela 2012 from various sources : 

Gangasagar-Pilgrimage-in-West-Bengal-India-Today.

Ganagasagar Mela Pictures in District of  South 24 Pgs. Site.

Gangasagar Mela 2012.

Name, Contacts and descriptions of services offered by different NGO / Voluntary Organisations in Ganga Sagar Mela.

Sl. No.

Name of the Voluntary Organisation

Telephone No.

Contact Person

Main Activity

1 Anandamayee Seva Samiti (Garden Reach), P145, Mudiali Road, Kolkata-24 2493-0640 2469-1319 9433502582 9331334713 9831334773 Malay Sengupta Crowd regulation, Lost & Found etc., at Kachuberia
2 Bajrang Parishad 201/B, M.G. Road, Kolkata-7 2268-7923 9339730015 9831178111 Prem Nath Dubey Dwarika Prasad Singh Lost & Found
3 Barabazar Jamadar Sangha 197, Rabindra Sarani, Kolkata-7 2269-7923 9433967132 9431479986 Janaki Prasad Pandey Rajiv Ranjan Pandey Temple, Sea Beach, Pilgrim Shed Duty
4 Bharat Sevashram Sangha, 211, Rashbehari Avenue, Kolkata-19 2440-5178 9432069699 Susanta Das (Nantu Babu) Nodal Voluntary Org. Crowd Regulation, First Aid, etc.
5 Boys Scout of Bengal, 12, Waterloo Street, Kolkata-1 2637-4516 9038040476 Sanat Kr. Dhara        Asim Kr. Mondal Life saving & First Aid
6 Citizen Volunteer Force, 12 A, Netai Babu Lane, Kolkata-12 2241-8521 9433505949 Tapas Chakraborty FIrst Aid & Medicine Distribution
7 Dadhichi Parishad, P7, Kalakar Street, Kolkata-7 2248-0558 9830238005 9331032177 Rajendra Kr. Vyas Jetty Manning, Seva Sibir & Medical
8 Homoeopathic Welfare & Relief Society, 1/A, Ramnarayan Motilal Lane, Kolkata-14 2227-0938 9339435761 9432606226 Dr. Jayanta Banerji Homoeopathic Medical Camp
9 Indian Red Cross Society, 27, Belvedere Road, Kolkata-27 2479-1064 9874359943 Shyamal Baran Mukherjee Medical Camp, Ambulance Stretcher, Pilgrim guide, Shed.
10 Khiddirpore Seva Samity, 14, Dr. Sudhir Basu Road, Khiddirpore, Kolkata-26 9874852073 Shri Tapan Kr. Saha Bathing Ghat Duty, Watching pilgrim shed & anti-fouling
11 Kishore Bahani, Rudra Nagar, P.S.-Sagar 953210242893 NA Guide to pilgrim & Anti-fouling
12 Lake Friends, Rabindra Sarabar, Kolkata-29 2425-2211 2466-9630 9874274518 9051212081 Dulal Baidya Life Saving
13 R.W.A.C. (Relief Welfare Ambulance Corporation), 9/1A, A.J.C. Bose Road, Kolkata-17 2287-2239 9331990388 9231557643 Dr. Gopal Dave Free Medical Treatment
14 Royal Life Saving Society, 158/A, Ahiritola Street, Kolkata-5 2218-8282 9433008282 Dr. Rabin Bhattacharya Life Saving unit, Rescue & Medical
15 St. John Ambulance, Brigade 5, Govt. Place, North, Kolkata-1 2248-5277 9433340785 9830136969 9339992220 Sandhya Bhattacharya First Aid/Emergency Casualty
16 Veer Abhimanyu Sporting Club, 138, Cotton Street, Kolkata-7 9007000104 9836511294 Sajjan Kr. Bhaktia  Bishnupada Majumder Disposal of dead body
17 W.B.D.M.S. Association, 21, Sahitya Parishad Street, Kolkata-6 2555-8459 2570-7111 9831126147 9432071371 Dr. Ananta Kumar Chakraborty Homoeopathic free treatment
18 Lokenath Mission, 23/2, Roybagan Street, Near Scotishcurch School, Kolkata-6 2675-4471 9432291724 Nitya Gopal Saha Bishnupada Das First Aid & Shelter to the pilgrims
19 Aarya United Squad, 24, Tallygunge Circular Road, Kolkata-31 2665-3113 98309997248 NA To be tagged with S.P. South 24 Parganas
20 Antarjatik Loknath Bramhachari Sevashram, 10, Sovaram Bask Street, Kolkata-7 2860-0583 9231133603 9874601804 Basudev Roy Medical Camp
21 Akhil Bharatiya Pragatisil Sultanpur Samaj, 4, Raja Woodmount St., Kolkata-1 2243-1141 9339721218 9830010409 Rajendra Pratap Singh Shelter
22 Bangiya Adarsha Bikash Samity, 61/A, Beniatala Street, Kolkata-5 2543-3781
2528-4657 9830540392 9339737932 9163062492
Sagar Tirtha Das Basudev Dutta Fire preventing & Fire fighting.
23 Bengal Chemist & Druggist Association, 10, Bonfield Lane, Kolkata-1 2242-8944
2210-4537
2243-3603(F) 9734306161 9433052125
Narayn Naskar Subrata Kr. Jana Free Medical Treatment, Outdoor Treatment
24 Bharat Relief Society, 42, Zakaria Street, Kolkata-73 2234-2670
2235-9952 9831669988 933603105
Biswambhar Newar Medical Treatment with Mobile Medical Service
25 Burabazar Bapari Sangha, 16, Jamunalal Bazar Street, Kolkata-73 2218-4836 9433042528 Dr. Rajendra Prasad Sewak Free food shelter tea tiffin
26 Burabazar Civil Defence Club, 25, Maharshi Debendra Road, Kolkata-7 2259-7673/7696 9231678521 9831844567 Rajendra Singh Jetty Ghat duty announcement
27 Calcutta Kanyakubja Sabha, 150B, Ahiritola Street, Kolkata-5 2269-1118
2860-3057 9331030502
Harsh Dubey Dipak Mishra Seva Sibir
28 Calcutta Vastra Veybsayi Seva Samity, 11B, Armenian Street, 1st floor, Kolkata-1 033-6569-3668 9830089990 9831026075 Virendra Kr. Sharma, Vice President, Joint Secretary Service to the Pilgrims
29 Chemaguri Shri Ramkrishna Sevadal, Chemaguri, Sagar, South 24 Parganas 9733703284 9002808447 Boymkesh Maiti Jetty Ghat Pilgrim Duty
30 Chetna Parishad, 218B, Jumalal Bajaj St., Kolkata-7 9831076953 R.L. Makhija Free food, Shelter, etc.
31 Cotton Street Young Boys Club, 115, Cotton Street, Kolkata-7 9830475172 903626062 M.K. Sharma Religious & Social Purpose Free food, Shelter
32 Deprive People, 309, B.B. Ganguly St., Kolkata-12 2488-1725 9433492124 9874416460 Subhas Mondal First Aid Treatment, Allopathy, Mela Guide
33 Dindhukhi Lalbaba Asram, 3, Palghat Lane, Belurmath, Howrah 2654-3942 Sri Seva Das Maharaj Service to the Pilgrims, Monks, Saints.
34 Doctor’s Youth Council, 228, Bankim Sarani, Jyangra South Math, P.O.- Deshbandhunagar Baguihati, Kolkata-59 2351-0771 9433517985 9231765535 9433377799 Dr. Sardul Mitra Medical Treatment Homoeopathy
35 Doshar Vhishya Sangha, 13/1, Goalloli Lane, Kolkata-13 2664-9236 9339733722 Suresh Babu Gupta Services to the pilgrims
36 Ganga Sagar Brahma Sonatan Sevashram, Vill+P.O.- Ganga Sagar, South 24 Parganas, Pin-743606 9231997281 96352142973 Prasanta Kr. Mondal Various Medical Facilities
37 Howrah Bhartiya Sahu Samaj, 17/2/1, Asu Bose Lane 9831410607 9830080849 9748391142 Hariram Sahu Free Food, Medicine, Shelter, etc.
38 Indian Pharmaceutical Association, Bengal Branch 22B, Panchanantala Road, Kolkata-29 2544-4251 9874447811 9433177829 9748674625 9433223847 Dr. Krishnapada Giri
Mr. Prabir Ranjan Ghosh
Health & Medical services
39 Indian Health & Welfare Mission, 11/4, Bijaygarh, Jadavpur University, Kolkata-32 9239321080 Jagannath Gupta, Working President Free woolen cloth, Dry food, Medicines
40 Indian Life Saving Society, Rabindra Sarabar, Kolkata-29 2466-5359
2435-6651 9933094164 9433111977
NA Life Saving job
41 Indian National Trade Union, Congress Laxmikanta Basu Bhavan, Thakurpukur Bazar, Kolkata-63 2453-1722
2497-2056 9433602284
Nihar Ranjan Mondal Service to the pilgrim
42 International Nathyogi Sevashram Maha Sangha, 8B, Kreck Lane, Kolkata-14 9749372204 9339729209 Dr. Anima Debnath Yosadhana & Medical treatments
43 ISKCON, Mayapur, Nadia, Pin-74313 03472245241/245415 9434951739 9475110217 93472245415 Govardhan Das Govinda Das Free food, Night Shelter, Medical Aid for pilgrims
44 Kalpataru Jagaram Sangh, 3 A, Nayapatti Road, Kolkata-55 2579-4441
2529-77801
Nilanjan Guha Ayurvedic Treatment, Voluntary Service, Distribution of books, Vadu, Cassettes, etc.
45 Krishna Kumar Chatterjee Memorial Association (K.K.C.M.A.) 10/3A, Nepal Bhattacharya Street, Kolkata-26 2463-6842
9836031533 9836031559
Parimal Banerjee Pilgrim shed duty between road no. 4 & 5
46 Lakshmikantapur Health Awareness Society, Lakshmikantapur, Bijoygunge Bazar, Mandirbazar, Diamond Harbour, South 24 Parganas 953174-277348 9834615551 9434615551 Dr. Joydeb Sarkar Homoeopathic & Biochemic Medical Camp
47 Mahanam Sevak Sangha, VIP Road, Raghunathpur, Kolkata- 59 2500-6466
9832203794 9831935478 9833051901
Gourgopal Majumder, Radheshyam Dutta Medical Camp
48 Manab Seva Samity (Howrah), Vivek Vihar, Block-H, 493/ 2638-0020
2643-0300
9331062924 9748374648
Roshanlal Agarwal, Babulal Agarwal Seva Camp
49 Nagrik Sasthasangha, 8, Sovaram Bask Street, Kolkata-7 2274-4324/0296
2219-4747
9433037377
Mohanlal Dujari Medical Service
50 National Institute of Homoeopathy (an autonomous organization under Ministry of H& W, GOI), Block-GE, Sector-III, Salt Lake, Kolkata-106 2237-0970 / 0969 9433392105 Dr. Prasanth Rath Homoeopathic free treatment
51 Paschimbanga Bhojpuri Parishad, 24C, Rabindra Sarani, Kolkata-73 2237-2648 2237-7292 9339747136 NA Camp for the Pilgrims for Food, Shelter & Medical
52 Paschimbanga Non-Gazetted Police Karmachari Samity 2661-0261
9433709555
Niranjan Das Medical Treatment Homoeopathic
53 Prgatishil Homoeopathic Chikitsak Samity, 79/3A, AJC Bose Road, Kolkata-14 2490-7516
9836369989
Dr. Ratan Kr. Sarkar Homoeopathic Free treatment
54 Ramkrishna Mission Seva Pratishtan , 99, Sarat Bose Road, Kolkata-26 2475-3636/37/38/39 9433485767 Swami Sarvolokananda Medical Service, Temporary Hospital round the clock
55 Ramkrishna Rani Rashmani Seva Sangha, Vill+P.O. Ramkrishnapur Kulpi, South 24 Parganas, Pin-743351 953174-320109 9732667821 Himadri Sekhar Halder Medical Camp
56 Relief Welfare Ambulance Corporation (RWAC), 9/1 A, AJC Bose Road, Kolkata-17 2287-2239
9331990388
Dr. Gopal Dave Free Medical Camp
57 Sagar Block Congress Sevadal, 104E, Dr. Lalmohan Bhattacharya Road, Rudranagar, Sagar, South 24 Parganas 2437-1521
9836053529
Sabiruddin Mallick Bathing Ghat
58 Sagar Congress Sevadal, Rudranagar, South 24 Parganas 8016452961 9143049002 S. Maity Anti-fouling & Fire fighting
59 Sagar Thana Sevadal, Rudranagar, Sagar, South 24 Parganas 953210-212054 9732701510 9635574179 Bhyagadhar Barik, Gourhari Mondal Temple duty
60 Sankalp, Room No. 1G, 16, Mangoe Lane, Kolkata-1 2248-0542 09452651049 09007107933 Joyprakash Dubey Food, Shelter, Medical Attendance
61 Sant Sova-Ma Sevashram, Sant Kutir, Andul, Mouri, Shuramonpara, P.S.-Domjur, Howrah-711302 9433094576 9051182428 Paltu Kar First Aid
62 Satya Sai Seva Organisation, 163, AJC Bose Road, Kolkata-14 2249-2558 U. Ganguly Removal of Night Soil & Sanitation
63 Shree Pustikar Seva Samity, 203/1, M.G. Road, (3rd Floor), Parakh Khofi, Kolkata-7 2274-1942 2259-6246 9433475309 9681012500 Prem. N. Kalla Santosh Kr. Vyas Voluntary Services to the Pilgrim
64 Sree Shivshakti Seva Samity, 19, Panchu Dhobani Lane, (Singhee Bagan), Kolkata-7 2273-7445
9831015202
Dinesh Kr. Singhania Free Shelter, Free Food, etc.
65 Shree Shyam Prem Mondal, (Kathgola), Calcutta, 2 Jorabagan Street, Kolkata-8 2259-5106
9830229375 9830137311
P.L. Bhaniramka Free Shelter, Food to the Pilgrims, Lost & Found, Ambulance.
66 South 24 Parganas Press Club, (NAB), Alipore, Kolkata-27 9433503960
32926960
Anil Kundu Medical facility for the pilgrims
67 Shree Rani Satiji Prachar Samity, 20B, Raja Brojendra Narayan, Street, Kolkata-70 2270-3227
9830399453 9830096437
Bhudarmal Suraj Free distribution of different food items, drinking water, etc.
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Hindu Power Worship in Navratri & Durga Pooja World Wide. Power Wishes to Every Sikh, Sanatani & Hindus.

Posted by hinduexistence on October 1, 2011

The adoration of Mahashakti in Navarti  divulges the way to remove all evils and inertia.

Durga Puja in Belur Muth

Hindu Existence Desk Kolkata : Amidst vedic chants and religious hymns, devotees worlwide thronged the, Shakti Peethas,  temples, holy shrines as Navratri – the nine-day festival dedicated to Goddess Durga – began Wednesday the 28th Sept, 2011.

Eager to offer coconuts, ‘chunris’, bangles, vermilion and other religious items, devotees in serpentine queues were seen waiting for their turn outside the temples to seek the deity’s blessings.

“It is believed the devotees who pray and fast during the auspicious occasion are blessed by the divine mother,” Dev Narayan Shastri, a priest at the Lucknow Kalibari temple in Uttar Pardesh, India, told reporters.

Besides the Kalibari temple in Chowk locality, a heavy rush of devotees was also witnessed at Maa Chaturbhuji temple in Gosainganj, Bhagwati temple in Aliganj and Chandrika Devi temple in Bakshi ka talab – situated on the outskirts of the city of Lucknow.

“Prayers during Navratra hold special significance as they are answered by the Goddess Durga if offered with a true heart,” said a devotee Satyadev Mishra.

Devotees thronged in front a Temple in Navrati.

The nine nights of the festival are devoted to the reverence of the nine aspects of the divine mother.

Navratri the festival dedicated to the Goddess Durga started from today with absolute devotion and bliss. With the sthapana starts the nine days of fasting and prayers dedicated to the nine forms of Goddess of Power.

The temples have been preparing for this festival from last so many days and today at the auspicious time ‘mahurat’ ghat sthapana took place and wheat seeds were kept for germination. These germinated seeds will be immersed in the water at the end of the festival. However, different communities practice different rituals to offer their tribute to Maa Shakti (Goddess of Supreme Power).

On one hand religious people adhere to strict rules, regular visit to temples and austere life during these days; the youth on the other hand remains busy with preparation of garba-dandiya in the day and enjoying it at night.

The most beautiful Navratri celebration of Udaipur (Rajasthan India) at Sutharwara has also observed a grand beginning of the 9 day festival. It started with a magnificent dance performance by artists of Jasol village of Barmer which has enthralled the spectators.

A large number of firecrackers were busted just before the Maha Aarti took place on the 50 feet high stage where the idol of Goddess Amba is placed. “Nearly 5000 devotees visit this place every day,” says Tulsiram Mali, President of Sutharwara Mitra Mandal.

Since early this morning, large number of devotees visited various temples of Udaipur including, Neemuch Mata, Ambamata, Karni Mata, Avri Mata and Sukhdevi Mata Temples all in Rajasthan.

The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday reviewed security arrangements in and around the cave shrine of Mata Vaishnodevi ahead of the  commencement of Navratri festival. Vaishnodevi Mata shrine of the most visited Shakti Peeth is likely to draw  thousands and  lakhs of devotees these days around Navratri.

In Indore in Madhyapradesh Several religious processions were taken out in various parts of the city on occasion of ‘ghat sthapna’. ‘Kalash and chunri yatras’ were taken out under patronage of various groups. Special arrangements have been made at ‘devi’ temples like Bjiasan where CCTV cameras have been installed and police and BSF guards will be posted.
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In most regions of Gujarat, aarti of Goddess Amba precedes garba, thus setting devotion to the goddess as the common aim of the participants. Through the aarti, all participants pursue, consciously or subconsciously, a common goal for the well-being of the whole society. Their thirst for power is channelised and focused into the worship of Shakti, which is power for the common good. This is the first step towards restoration of social health. The sense of separateness must be replaced by the sense of community if Goddess Amba as Shakti the healer is to work for the whole society.
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Navratri at Balaji Tirupati.

While aarti reminds participants of the real objective of garba, the distribution of prasadam at the end symbolises the food that is produced as a fruit of the effort of all members of society.

InVadodara and Rajkot and in other cities in Gujrat people dance traditional garba for hours together.

With Navratri beginning on 28-09-2011, Wednesday preparations for Durga Pooja are also in full swing. Widely celebrated in West Bengal, Durga Pooja marks the arrival of Goddess Durga at her father’s place.

The city will see several decorated mandals bearing the idol of Goddess Durga. There will be pandals in Vastrapur, Maninagar, Chandkheda and Sabarmati, among other areas in Gujrat. She will be worshipped for five days beginning from October 1. The last day of Durga Pooja is also celebrated as Vijayadashami (10th day of victory).

Traditional Garba and Dandiya Dances are fully dedicated to Devi Maa.

Speaking  about the festival, general secretary of Bengal Cultural Association (Ahmedabad), KD Adhikari said, “We are having a huge mandal in Vastrapur at AES ground. This is our 74th year of celebration in Ahmedabad, the oldest by any association of Gujarat to celebrate Durga Pooja.”

Hundreds of devotees thronged the Jhandewala Temple to worship Goddess Durga, as the nine-day long Navratri festival boosted the energy of festivity in the capital city of Delhi in India.

The festival is celebrated with much enthusiasm and devotees often fast for all nine days.

Reminiscent of other temples dedicated to the Goddess, ‘Navaratri’ is the special event that is celebrated with full fervor at Mahalakshmi Temple in Mumbai Maharashtra. During the gala time of ‘Navratri’, the temple is decorated from the top to bottom. Devotees from far and near come to pay their homage to the Goddess. Even they don’t mind standing in long queues to have a glimpse of Goddess Mahalakshmi at this time. In this Temple Maha Laxmi, Maha Saraswati and Maha Kali are worshiped with top most veneration and strict rituals.
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Dandiya at Bhubaneswar, Orissa.

In Bengal, both in West Bengal & Bangladesh and in Tripura & Assam and obviously in all places  where ever the Bengali Hindus live; they observe the five days Durgotsav as their biggest festival in the whole year as a religious and cultural part of their life. Kolkata the capital city of Paschimbanga (West Bengal) more than 1250 Pooja committees are trying hard to present their best to observe the most lovable celebration of Bengali Hindus with all colors and grandeur. In Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh 196 Poojas are arranged this year with all devotion of largest minority  Hindus out side India.

In the Northern East India, news of Durga Pooja comes in with all enthusiasm from Agartala, Kailashara of Tripura and Guwahati, Kacchar, Dibrugarh and other places of Assam along with the possible arrangements in Shillong in Meghalaya and Imphal in Manipur.

A special programme of Navratri including Pooja, Havan, other rituals including the discourses on spirituality is goning on in the international center of Art of Living in Bangalore, India.

To mark the celebration of Navratri, as West Bengal celebrates ‘Durga Pooja’, Gujaratis ‘Dandiya’; Amritsar in Punjab celebrates Langoorwala Mela dedicated to Lord Hanuman.

Hindu-Sikh devotees also pay obeisance in large number at Durgiana Temple during Navratri festival in the northern Indian city of Amritsar.

Although this festival is not so prominent amongst the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh in his magnus opus ‘The Dasam Granth’ narrates three separate compositions in grace of Mother Durga – ‘Chandi di Var’ in Punjabi, ‘Chandi Charitra 1 and Chandi Charitra 2′ in Braj. (kanwal). Many pious Sikhs usually complete the full reading of Dasam Granth with an emphasis upon Chandi Charitra accordance to the Sikh heritage.

Navratri and Durga Pooja conclude on Dussehra.

Actually from Gauhati to Gandhinagar and Jammu to Rameswaram , the whole Bharat is overwhelmed with Durga Pooja and Navratri.

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On the other hand the NRI Hindus are also very much engrossed with the fervor of the festivity and  devotion for a Navaratri and Durga Puja in abroad also. News came in from UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Fiji, Malaysia and other places for a Grand Celebrations of Shakti Aradhana and Utsav.
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The news of celebration of nine nights came in as the Indo American Cultural Foundation of Central New Jersey would present multiple events at South Brunswick High School and Crossroads South Middle School.
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Sri Shubhamoy Das an expert commentator on Hinduism in about dot com gives us a very special feature about  Top 36 Durga Pujas Around the World that may help us certainly to give us an essence of Hindu Life overseas India.
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The nine-day festival is mostly celebrated on a larger scale at Sialkot and Rawalpindi in Punjab while a large Hindu population commemorates it in Sindh in Pakistan. But due to the small number of Hindus in Lahore, the festival was not held on a large scale basis, especially because most of it was held within homes.
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The whole world is now seeing the way of worship of Mother Power by Hindus and Roots in India. Jai Mata Di. Durga Mai Ki Jai.
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HINDU EXISTENCE FAMILY WISH A VERY POWERFUL AND PROSPEROUS NAVRATI & DURGA POOJA TO EVERY BODY.

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World’s tallest Shiva at Murudeshwara Temple, Karnataka, Bharat (India).

Posted by hinduexistence on September 23, 2011

 

Murudeshwara Shiva Temple

~ by M. Nandakumar
 
Murudeshwara temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, lies in the holy beach town in the Bhatkal Taluk of Uttara Kannada district in the state of Karnataka, India. Situated between the Honnavar and Bhatkal town(about 12kms) The statue of Shiva here is the world’s tallest (as claimed) and it lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea.
The Statue of Shiva with Ravana handing Atma Linga to Bramhin boy(Lord Ganesha)
 
History
The name “Murudeshwara” means Shiva or Eeshwara. The significance of this holy town dates to the time of Ramayana. By penance dedicated to the AtmaLinga, the divine Lingam of Shiva procures invincibility and immortality to the Hindu Gods. Ravana, the Lanka King worshipped Shiva with devotion to attain immortality by obtaining the AtmaLinga. Lord Shiva appeared before Ravana and asked him what he wanted. By this time Lord Vishnu to change Ravana’s mind on behest of Narada. As a result of this plot, Ravana asks for Goddess Parvathi, and Lord Shiva offers him.
On his way back to Lanka Narada tricks Ravana that the real Parvathi was in Pathala. So Ravana lets off Parvathi and went to Pathala and marries a king’s daughter thinking that she was Parvathi. When he returns back to Lanka his mother then asks for linga. Ravana knowing that he was tricked is angry with Vishnu and meditates to please Lord Shiva.
Lord Shiva appears and Ravana asks for His forgiveness. And this time, Ravana requests the AtmaLinga as his boon. Lord Shiva agreed to give him the boon with a condition that it should never be placed on the ground. It is believed that the AtmaLinga was ever placed on the ground, all the powers would return to Lord Shiva again. Having obtained his boon, Ravana started back on his journey to Lanka.
Sage Narada, realised that with the AtmaLinga, Ravana may obtain immortality and create havoc on earth, approached the Lord Ganesh to help him. As Ravana was nearing Gokarna, Lord Vishnu blocked the sun to make it appear as dusk. Ravana now had to perform his evening rituals but was worried because with the AtmaLinga in his hands, he would not be able to do his rituals. At this time, Lord Ganesh, disguised as a Brahmin boy came near him.
Ravana requested him to hold the AtmaLinga until he performed his puja, and told him not to place it on the ground. Ganesh struck a deal with him saying that he would call Ravana thrice, and if Ravana did not return within that time, he would place the AtmaLinga on the ground.As predicted, before Ravana could return after completing his rituals, Ganesh had already placed the AtmaLinga on the ground. Vishnu then removed his illusion and it was daylight again.
Ravana got really angry that he was tricked and tried to uproot the AtmaLinga and destroy it but could not. In a fit of rage he threw the case covering it to a place called Sajjeshwara, 23 miles away. Then he threw the lid of the case to a placed called Guneshwara (now Gunavanthe)and Dhareshwara, 10-12 miles away. Finally, he threw the cloth covering the AtmaLinga to a placed called Mrideshwara in Kanduka-Giri (Kanduka Hill). Mrideshwara has been renamed to Murudeshwara.
At Murudeshwar: Saint Bhagiratha awaits as Goddess Ganga lands on Lord Shiva’s Jata (locks of hair) from Heaven.
 

Murudeshwara Temple and Raja Gopura : This temple is built on the Kanduka Hill which is surrounded on three sides by the waters of the Arabian Sea. It is a temple dedicated to the Lord Shiva, and a 20-storied Gopura is being constructed on the temple. Two life-size elephants in concrete stand guard at the steps leading to the temple. The entire temple and temple complex, including the 249 feet tall Raja Gopura, which is considered the tallest gopura in the world, was constructed to its present form by businessman and philanthropist Mr R N Shetty.

Murudeshwara Fort :
 A fort present behind the temple is said to have been renovated by Tipu Sultan. including the 249 feet tall Raja Gopura, which is considered the tallest gopura in the world, was constructed to its present form by businessman and philanthropist Mr R N Shetty.

The Beach :
 One can relax on the pristine sands, swimming, water sportsand boating can be enjoyed. One can take a long walk or trek along beach line. Handicraft articles made of special type of grass is unique and worth shopping.
Best time to Visit: November to February.
How to reach: From Bangalore take the NH-206 to reach Honnavar and then take NH-17 to reach Murudeshwara. From Mumbai and Mangalore one has to take the National Highway NH-17 between the towns of Honnavar and Bhatkal
Nearest Road : From Bangalore 455 km, from Mangalore 165kms.
Nearest Railway Station : Murudeshwara station lies on the Konkan Railway. Some trains from Mumbai and Mangalore stop here. To reach from Bangalore on has to take train to Bhatkal station.
Nearest Airport : Mangalore International Airport, 165 km away. Hubli and Panaji airports are other alternatives.
 
World’s tallest Shiva at Murudeshwara as claimed. Come to Resurgent Hindu Bharat. See an unique Contemporary creation in an Old Hindu heritage Place upon an Islamic ruin with a tremendous zeal and great devotion. This is Murudeshwara Shiva Temple, Karnataka, Bharat (India). Everywhere Hindus should start renovation of old Hindu Heritage sites and start reformation of Hindu Samaj through temple centric daily Samuhik Sadhna (mass prayers, three times a day with a prayer call for 3 minutes with loud speaker), Seva (services) and Samgathana (organization).  Hari Om ! Namah Shivay !!                                                                ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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Golden reminiscence and the Glorious past of Bharat.

Posted by hinduexistence on August 7, 2011

 

Gold coins of Ganga period found from Pachrahi excavation

Author: Atul Kumar | Source: India-Education Diary | Posted by TANN

Pachrahi Gold Coin

The excavations at Pachrahi, district Kabirdham, Chhattisgarh opened many hidden treasures in the Indian archaeology and history. The excavation revealed more than 8 temples, big royal palaces, more than 200 coins of gold, silver and copper coins. The outstanding discoveries are the fossils of 15 crore years old and a large prehistoric site.

The outstanding discovery is the finding of gold coins of Ganga period of Odisha.Gangas were the mighty dynasty of Odisha in the medieval period. In this dynasty one king Chodaganga dev has been considered to be the most powerful king of his time in eastern Inida.By erecting the Jagannatha temple and by increasing the importance of this famous shrine he also earned immortal fame in Orissan history.

During his time he attempted to enlarged his empire in all the directions. So he attempted to occupy the some portion of South Kosala area(Chhattisgarh area).But by that time this South Kosala area had been occupied by  the Kalachuris of Ratanpura.So he waged a war against the Kalachuri king Ratan dev II(AD1120-1135). But the result of the war is not clear.

Howevere the findings of gold coins of this dynasty in the south kosala area  or Chhattisgarh area ,clearly indicates that there was some sort of political or cultural or trade relation between the Kalinga country and south kosala area.

Note: For the first time the gold coins of Ganga dynasty have been found in this area which shows the cultural, political, and trade relation between two states during that period.

Courtesy : Related sites & Dr. S. Kalyanraman.

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Preah Vihear Hindu temple is now ”Free” from Thailand-Cambodia Fire-Fields.

Posted by hinduexistence on July 20, 2011

Preah Vihear Temple Sky View

Hindus hail Hague Court decision on famed Preah Vihear Shiva Temple

19th July 2011 05:50:43  ANI || Source : Haindava Keralam.

Preah Vihear Shiva Temple

Nevada (US), July 19: Welcoming the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decision on demilitarizing Preah Vihear Hindu temple on Thailand-Cambodia border, the Hindus have urged international organizations to urgently undertake its restoration work.

ICJ, the principal judicial organ of the United Nations established in 1945, in its decision at Hague (Netherlands) on July 18, reportedly found out that both Parties (Cambodia and Thailand) must immediately withdraw their military personnel currently present in the provisional demilitarized zone defined by it, and refrain from any military presence within that zone and from any armed activity directed at that zone, to ensure that no irreparable damage was caused. There were skirmishes between both countries in the earlier part of the year reportedly causing damage to this Shiva temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Esteemed Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) on Monday, said that demilitarization of the temple area would probably avoid the risk of further damage to the ancient Hindu shrine.

Zed, who is the president of Universal Society of Hinduism, stressed that international community, UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), and ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) should immediately provide funding and manpower for restoring this Lord Shiva temple back to its original shape.

These organizations should not shy away to shoulder their responsibility of saving the important heritage of the world and respecting the feelings of Hindus worldwide, he added.

Besides temple repairs, some infrastructure in the area should also be provided for devotees and other visitors, he said.

Zed pointed out that this landmark age-old and revered Hindu temple complex in Preah Vihear province of Cambodia, about 245 kilometers north of Phnom Penh, was important to Hindu heritage and must be preserved to pass it on to the future generations. Damage and deterioration of 11th century Shiva temple was shocking and hurtful to the Hindu community world over.

Lord Shiva, one of the major deities in Hinduism forming great triad with Brahma and Vishnu, was focus of worship of the Hindus, and it was important for them that Preah Vihear Hindu Shiva temple be protected and restored. It was moral duty of the world to keep it intact for the coming generations, he added.

Known as Preah Vihear in Cambodia and Khao Phra Viharn in Thailand, this remote temple had been a source of tension for generations. Preah Vihear was said to even predate Cambodia’s Angkor Wat temple complex by about 100 years and its stunning setting made it finest of all the ruins left from the mighty Khmer civilization, Zed said.

Click here to see some marvelous Pics of Preah Vibear Shiva Temple at Combodia-Thailand border. 

See details in World Hindu Unity.

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Sikh Sangat in Lahore prevented from celebrating Martyrdom of Bhai Taru Singh at Naulakha Bazaar Gurudwara.

Posted by hinduexistence on July 19, 2011

Sikhs kept out of their own temple for Shab-e-Barat

By Abdul Manan || Published: July 17, 2011 || Thankful Courtesy : The Express Tribune.

A policeman guards at a Sikh temple that a Islamic group claims is the burial site of a Muslim saint. Pic : The Express Tribune.

LAHORE: The Sikh community in Lahore have been prevented from observing a religious celebration at a gurdwara, their musical equipment thrown out and their entry barred, after a religious group persuaded the Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) that celebrating the Muslim holy day of Shab-e-Barat was more important than the Sikh religious festival.

Police have been deployed outside the temple to prevent the Sikhs from conducting their religious ceremonies until the end of Shab-e-Barat, which falls on July 18 this year. The Sikh community wanted to commemorate an eighteenth-century saint on July 16.
The Gurdwara Shaheed Bhai Taru Singh, in Naulakha Bazaar, Lahore, is built to honour the memory of a Sikh saint who was executed in 1745 on the orders of the Mughal governor of Punjab, Zakaria KhanEvery July, the Sikh community has held religious ceremonies to commemorate his sacrifice in the service of humanity.

Bhai Taru Singh was executed in 1745 on the orders of a Muslim Governor.

While the temple was taken over by the ETPB after Partition, the Sikh community had been allowed to continue using it with relatively few restrictions.

Until four years ago.
It was then that a gang of young men from the Dawat-e-Islami, a Barelvi proselytising group, claimed that the gurdwara was located on the site of the burial place of a fifteenth century Muslim saint, Pir Shah Kaku. The group claims that Kaku was the grandson of Baba Fariduddin Ganjshakar, an implausible claim since Ganjshakar died in 1280, while they claim that Kaku died almost 200 years later, in 1477.
The Sikh community had approached the ETPB, which had then allowed both communities to observe their religious rituals according to their own beliefs at the temple. The group used it every Thursday for prayer services while the Sikh community used it once a year for the anniversary of Taru Singh’s martyrdom.
This year, however, when young men from the Sikh community went in to set up their musical instruments on July 13, they were thrown out by the men from Dawat-e-Islami and prevented from re-entering.
Members of the Sikh community, many of whom fear to be identified, said that the leader of the group of men, Sohail Butt, claimed that the temple was now a mosque and that they would not be allowed to bring in their musical instruments any more.
Butt admitted to preventing the Sikhs from performing their ritual, claiming that the temple was inside the courtyard of the mosque.
“Shab-e-Barat is more important than the Sikh ritual,” Butt said, adding that the ETPB had accepted his group’s stance.
Officials from the ETPB admit that they have asked the Sikh community to postpone their celebrations until after Shab-e-Barat.
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Read full report in HINDU DIGEST.                                                                                  …………………..

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Amarnath Yatra crosses 234000 pilgrimage in less than two weeks this year.

Posted by hinduexistence on July 11, 2011

Jammu, July 10 (IANS) Less than two weeks into the annual Amarnath pilgrimage 2011, more than 230,000 pilgrims have visited the cave shrine till Sunday and many more are on their way, shrine board officials said.

Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) CEO R.K. Goyal said pilgrims were using both the tracks in north and south Kashmir to shrine to Lord Shiva, located at the height of 13,500 feet above sea level. The cave shrine houses an ice stalagmite formation that is believed to be a symbol of the deity.

Till Sunday noon, 2.34 lakh pilgrims have visited the shrine,’ he said, in a press release.

The number comes despite the number of suspensions of the pilgrimage, that started on June 29, because of hostile weather, rains and slippery tracks and jams on the highway and tracks leading to the shrine.

According to estimates if the current flow of the pilgrims continued, the number would cross more than half a million. About 475,000 pilgrims had paid obeisance at the shrine last year.

The pilgrimage is scheduled to conclude on Raksha Bandhan Day (Aug 13).

Hindus of USA is condemning 9/11 – 26/11. Regaining the spirit of Bharat as an United Force.

Washington, July 9 (IANS) Hindus in the US plan to donate blood to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11 this year. 

The Hindu Mandirs Executive Conference (HMEC), an apex body of about 600 temples in the US, has appealed to the Hindus who form majority of the approximately three million Indian-Americans in the US to join the effort.

Read More here in World Hindu Unity.

  Islamic Preaching at Tirupati…… Think Hindu Preaching at Kaba !!

 

Hyderabad, July 8 2011 : 10 Mullahs arrested near Tirumala temple for objectionable Islamic preaching.
In the name of Secularism and obviously for the cause of the SIN named HINDU RELUCTANCE, of course we may hear that some negated substances were offered by these type of Non Hindus to Tirupati or Vaishnodevi or Kashi Viswanath….. 

Read more here in Hindu Digest.

     
Hindu Organisations should be united to protect Temple treasures in the tune of Hindu interest.

Thiruvananthapuram, July 8 (IANS) Representatives of 90 Hindu organisations are to meet here July 12 to decide their stand on the discovery of the treasure worth an estimated Rs.1 lakh crore found in underground vaults of the Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple here.

Read more here in World Hindu Unity

  India cannot overlook the interest of BD Hindu minorities.Cannot surpass the threat of Muslim influx : LK Advani.

Kolkata, July 10, 2011 : Sacrifice of Shyamaprasad Mookherjee for Indian integrity should be a role model for new generation.  
Indian PM should confront Bangladeshi infiltration.

India should raise its voice for the safety & security of BD Hindu minorities : says Advani. Read more here in Hindu Digest

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Temple treasures belong to royal family : Sankaracharya

Posted by hinduexistence on July 6, 2011

Sree Padmanabha Temple and Kanchi Seer

Sree Padmanabha Temple treasures belong to Travancore royal family : Sankaracharya Jayendra Saraswati.

Source: PTI || Date: 7/5/2011 12:15:10 PM || News Bharati.

The Golden Padmanabha of Sree Padmanabha Temple of Thiruvananthapuram

Kanchipuram (TN), 5 th July 2011. Negated any other option, the Kanchi Sankaracharya Jayendra Saraswathi stated that the huge treasures, near Rupees 100000 crores in current valuation as found in Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram were the “exclusive property” of Travancore royal family that dedicated their kingdom to the presiding deity of the temple.

“”For long the erstwhile royal family was the custodian of the temple and they dedicted their kingdom to Lord Sree Padmanabhaswamy.The treasures were offerings made by erstwhile rulers to the temple, hence the recoveries belonged to the royal family”, he told PTI here.
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“However, the treasures should be kept in the temple cellars itself”, he said.
The cellars of the temple, closed for several decades, were ordered to be opened by the Supreme Court to prepare inventory while considering a private petition recently.
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The deity of Padmanabha Swami Temple is the family deity of Travancore royal family. Members of the erstwhile royal family had dedicated their kingdom to the deity and pledged that they will live as servants of Padmanabha. The Shrine is run by a trust floated by the Travnacore royal house.Vast collection of gold, silver, precious stones and priceless jewellery were discovered in the cellars of the temple while preparing the inventory.” [e PTI News].
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Sankaracharya Jayendra Saraswathi of Kanchi Kamkoti Peetham hinted the tradition of Sanatana Bharat, where the many ancient Hindu Kingdoms were operated by the King under the dictum of the Guru (Mentor-Path Finder)and as a servant of the People and People’s God. The people and the King of Travnacore enriched this ancient temple as the richest Hindu Deity in this world so far.
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The Travancore royal family did follow the tradition to be the servant of Lord Padmanabh here. Sankaracharya of Kanchi Mutth reminded the glorious past of Hindu dynasty of King Janaka under the blessings of Saint Yagyavalkya, King Vikramaditya under the teachings of Kautilya, King Harihar and Bukku with the inspiration of Vidyaranya Swami or Chatrapati Shivaji offered everything to Devi Bhavani and Samrath Guru Ramdas Swami.
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The Sankaracharya vehemently opposed the present Govt.’s attitude to denounce the Sanatana Hindu Dharma by some of its key functionaries in Congress and the tendency to grab Temple Properties of Hindus through an unprecedented pro-activeness for the last 10 years.
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The Kanchi seer advocated in favour of keeping the unearthed 100000 crore treasury as temple property under the sacred authority of Travancore royal family.
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Undoubtedly, decedents of this Kingdom think themselves as the servant of Lord Padmanabha and they did not stashed any thing out side the Temples or in any Swiss Bank. Actually, the British snatched many things invaluable for Britain from India. One stone harmonium of this Padmanabha Temple was transported by the British to Britain illegally.
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The world famous Kohinoor Diamond was also grabbed by the English Men near Agra, when it was being trasported to Lord Jagannath of Puri by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, after he understood the possible aggression of the Brtish rulers throuhout India. [eAgencies]
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Courtesy : WORLD HINDU UNITY. 
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Hindu spirit of devotion makes Amarnathji Yatra 2011, a grand success.

Posted by hinduexistence on July 4, 2011

Sri Sri Amarnathji Shivling 2011. Har Har Mahadev. Jai Baba Barfani.

975000 pilgrims perform darshan at Amarnath cave

July 03, 2011   11:48:47 PM

PTI | Jammu | eDaily Pioneer

Near the Amarnath Cave. Jai Jai AmarnathJi.

Over 97,500 pilgrims have so far offered prayers at the 13500-feet high cave shrine of Amarnath in South Kashmir Himalayas.

“97,500 pilgrims have performed darshan of the holy Ice Lingum of Lord Shiva at Amarnath cave till tonight”, Police officials said.

Over 12000 pilgrims paid obeisance to Lord Shiva on the fifth day of the Yatra today despite its suspension from Jammu, Baltal and Nuwan base-camps due to landlides and heavy rush, they said.

Over 50000 pilgrims are camping in Jammu for their onward journey to the cave shrine.

Massive traffic jams enroute to Amarnath shrine

PTI | 11:07 PM,Jul 03,2011

Pilgrims wait at Jammu due to frequent bad whether.

Nagrota (J-K), Jul 3 (PTI) Hundreds of vehicles lined up on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway today as the heavy rush of Amarnath pilgrims led to massive traffic jams, causing inconvenience to the devouts.Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB) chief executive officer R K Goyal has ordered that no unregistered pilgrims be allowed to undertake the pilgrimage.With heavy rush of pilgrims at Amarnath and Baltal, Pahalgam routes, authorities suspended the yatra from Jammu and also stopped unregistered vehicles at various places in Lakhanpur, Kathua, Samba, Jammu, Nagrota, Udhampur, Patnitop, Batote and Ramban.”Over 50,000 people have arrived here from outside.

Start again. We have heard the Call of Amarnathji. Must reach anyway.

There are traffic jams. We are trying to ease out the situation,” a senior police officer said.The Amarnath yatra remains suspended for second consecutive day today from Jammu due to heavy pilgrim rush at Cave shrine, he said.Passengers including women and children were seen awaiting for hours for the traffic jams to ease.”We are caught in traffic jams for six hours. We have to leave back tomorrow for Mumbai. How can we perform darshan and come back?”, Darshani Kadam of Pune wondered.Srinagar-bound passenger Abdul Hamid said, “there is a total breakdown of the official machinery. If they have stop Amarnath pilgrims, why are they causing problems to us. We are stuck here for four hours,” he said.Irate over the traffic closure and jams, passengers and pilgrims held protest demonstrations at Jammu bypass, Nagrota, Udhampur and Lakhanpur areas against the government.The steps have been taken in view of the heavy rush of pilgrims at cave shrine and also, the bad weather conditions prevailing in Baltal and Pahalgam routes to cave shrine since the last two days, the SASB official said.Reviewing the movement plan for the pilgrims tomorrow, Goyal said very heavy rains are expected to lash the entire yatra area along Baltal and Pahalgam routes, besides snowfall in the higher mountains along the yatra routes.A decision on the further movement of yatris from Jammu and the base camps at Baltal and Pahalgam (Nunwan) will be taken in the early hours tomorrow after assessing weather conditions along both the routes, he said.He also appealed to the stranded pilgrims not to insist on any forward movement in view of the expected adverse weather conditions.A total of 80,000 pilgrims have offered prayers at the 3,880 metre high holy cave shrine in the past three days. PTI AB

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Sri Sri Jagannath Ratha Yatra :: A Global Festival for Hindu unification :: Hare Krishna !!!

Posted by hinduexistence on July 3, 2011

Lakhs of devotees thronged and participated in Puri for Ratha Yatra – Car Festival today. Three Rathas safely reached Gundicha Temple near evening. Utter satisfaction caused to the devotees. Read here….eBS.  

Lakhs of devotees in Sri Jagannath Ratha Yatra - Car Festival at Puri 2011. Current view from AP.

Sri Sri Jagannath Ratha Yatra 2011 starts.

HE Correspondent from Puri || 3rd July 2011.

Famous sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik made a beautiful replica in Puri Sec beach.

Sri Sri Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra or Chariot festival of Jagannath Puri  is one of the largest religious ceremonies in Bharat (India) and the world too.  Puri Jagannath Rath Yatra  dates on 3rd July , Sunday, this year 2011. Puri Rath Yatra commemorates the significant journey of Lord Krishna from Gokula to Mathura. This annual festival is celebrated on Ashad Shukla Dwitiya (second day in bright fortnight of Ashad month).

As a part of Rath Yatra, the sacred wooden idols  Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Mother Subhadra are taken out from the sanctum sanctorum of world famous Puri Jagannath temple in a large procession of millions to the Gundcha Temple and remain there for nine days. In three separate Chariots, eye balls of the devotees complete their journey in phases capturing all attentions for more than 8 hours.  Then the deities are returned again to the Puri Jagannath temple through a Return Charriot Yatra (Ultto Ratha) after observing certain rituals. The return journey in Puri is also known as Bahuda Yatra.

For the rath yatra, three huge chariots – each with about a dozen wheels up to 7 feet in diameter – are ritually pulled through the streets, from the Jagannath temple to the temple of Gundicha Mandir. The Raths are replicas of the Jagannath temple and each of them carries an idol – of Jagannath in Nandighosa Ratha, of his brother Balbhadra in Taladhwaja Ratha and his sister Subhadra in Dwarpadalana Ratha.

New painting at temple top to make a colorful celebration at Puri Rath Yatra.

Rituals of Puri Ratha yatra begins formally on Akshay Tritiya through the Chandan Yatra, when the making of the chariots and sandalwood paste offering to the deities are started.

All are now set to have a glimpses on to Lord Jagannath, with a chanting… “Jagannatha Swami, Nayana Patha Gami, Bhabatu Me” – Oh! Lord please be visible once before my eyes !!!…..

It is believed that the rebirth cycle is ceased as one sees the Lord in his Charriot at Puri Ratha Yatra. “Rathapori Vamanm dristva Punarjanma na vidyatee”…..

The Railways authority in India has arranged specials trains for Ratha Yatra Festival this year also like previous years. A big arrangements are aslo done by the respective authorities to facilitate the thousands of pilgrims already reached Sri Dham Puri. Hundreds of NGOs including Bharat Sevashram Sangha run their Seva Works for the thousands pilgrims assembled in thousands and lakhs every year.

Some 5000 devotees took part on Saturday morning, during the whole day in “Gundicha Marjan”, cleaning of Gundicha Temple premises, where the Lord Jagannath will reach in some moments with his elder brother and younger sister through the auspicious Rath Yatra, which is nothing but the direct interaction of Lord of this Universe with his devotees to get this chance in streets to the hearts.

The chariot Festival  is now considered as a major festival in the Global hindus as every continent and mojor cities are absorved with the fervor o Charot estival of lord Jagannath. ISKCON is the main organisation  for for this. Hare Krishana !!!

Bhagwan Jagannath’s 134 Rath yatra in Ahmedabad. 

At Jagannath Mandir, Modi prays for arrival of rain

Ahmedabad, 2 July, 2011 || Courtesy : Desh Gujrat.
On the eve of Bhagwan Jagannath’s 134 Rath yatra in Ahmedabad, Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi today visited the Mandir and received blessings of Mahant Shri Dilipdasji Maharaj. Shri Modi expressed hope that Bhagwan Jagannath’s blessings will shower on Gujarat in the form of arrival of monsoon and it will shower happiness over the towns, villages, poor people and farmers.

The Chief Minister further said: spiritualism is identity of India and its expression takes place through various celebrations in the country. In entire country Jagannath Puri and Ahmedabad are two places where Rath yatra takes place for last more than 100 years. Bhagwan Jagannath is the God of poor people. He is concerned about happiness and sorrows of poor people. This is therefore the festival of poor people.

See details Pictures and Video << here. 

See >> Sunday marks ‘Rath Yatra’ in India

Courtesy : Hindu Digest || World Hindu Unity

Script : Upananda Brahmachari

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Unearthed Kerala Temple Treasures reveal a richest Hindu Past. Who ruined this country ??

Posted by hinduexistence on July 2, 2011


Rs. 50,000 cr worth treasure in Kerala temple

Ananthakrishan G, TNN | Jul 2, 2011, 12.11am IST | Courtesy : TOI.

'Ananth Shayan Vishnu' as seen in the Padmanabha Temple

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The legend of El Dorado was definitely not set on the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple. But the seven-member panel, which is drawing up a list of assets at the famed shrine here, had a feel of the lost city of gold as they set foot in one of the two secret vaults located inside the sprawling granite structure which gives the Kerala capital its name.

On Thursday, the team assisted by personnel from the fire services and archeology department opened the locks of vault A to find a narrow flight of stairs leading down to an underground granite cellar. Oxygen was pumped frequently into the chamber and artificial lighting provided to enable the observers to work inside.

Image :Sree Padmanabh Swamy

What they saw inside was startling, sources said. Gold coins dating back thousands of years, gold necklaces as long as nine feet and weighing about 2.5 kg, about one tonne of the yellow metal in the shape of rice trinkets, sticks made of the yellow metal, sack full of diamonds, gold ropes, thousands of pieces of antique jewellery studded with diamonds and emeralds, crowns and other precious stones lay scattered in the chamber marked ‘A’.

Friday threw up far more surprises in the form of 17 kg of gold coins dating back to the East IndiaCompany period, 18 coins from Napolean’s era, precious stones wrapped in silk bundles besides over 1,000 kg of gold in the form of coins and trinkets and a small elephant made of the yellow metal, sources said.
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The vetta/arattu processions of the devotees

There were also sovereigns bearing the 1772 seal indicating they were from the reign of the then native king Karthika Thirunal Rama Varma. There are a total of six vaults marked A to F in the shrine. The A and B cellars have never opened since 1872.

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Reports said the value of the recoveries so far from vault A alone may exceed over Rs 50,000 crore. This doesn’t take into account their antique value. With chamber B, yet to be opened, speculation was rife that the shrine would pip Tirupati Balaji, who too has been assessed at a little more than Rs 50,000 crore to a distant second. No official confirmation has been forthcoming on the value of the recoveries.
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Devotees thronged to see their Lord

Retired Kerala high court judges — Justice M N Krishnan and Justice C S Rajan — appointed observers by the Supreme Court said, ”It’s difficult to give an exact date about when the stock-taking would be completed. The B and E vaults remain to be opened. We think it may take another week.”

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Asked about the value of the assets, Justice Krishnan said the committee was drawing up the inventory of items and were not determining their price. The panel had set out on the job on June 27 and opened three vaults marked C, D and F till Wednesday. Assets found in these chambers were estimated to be worth over Rs 1,000 crore.
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The wealth discovery has raised questions on the shrine’s security. As of now, the internal security is managed by the temple employees, but this may be inadequate in the light of the events.
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GOD’S OWN WEALTH
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* Gold coins dating back thousands of years, gold necklaces as long as 9 feet and weighing 2.5 kg; one tonne of gold in the shape of rice trinkets; sticks made of gold, sack full of diamonds, gold ropes and thousands of pieces of jewellery studded with diamonds and emeralds.…………………….

* 17 kg of gold coins dating back to the East India Company period; 18 coins from Napolean’s era, precious stones wrapped in silk bundles besides over 1,000 kg of gold in form of coins and trinkets and a small elephant made of gold.

* The value of recoveries from vault A alone may exceed over Rs 50,000 cr. With chamber B yet to be opened, speculation is rife the shrine would pip Tirupati Balaji’s assets, which too has been assessed at over Rs 50,000 crore.

Courtesy : Hindu Digest.

See more news in : WORLD HINDU UNITY 

Exciting slide show of  Sri Padmanabha Swamy Temple  Thiruvananthapuram.

*** WE MUST SEE THAT THE GOD’S WEALTH MUST NOT BE STASHED OUT TO SWISS BANKS. THE OFFERING OF PEOPLE SHOULD BE PROPERLY UTILIZED TO THE WELFARE OF GOD’S PEOPLE*** 

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Devi Mata saved hundreds lives of Hindus. Suspected Muslim Militants are unsuccessful to blast in Hindu Pilgrimage at Kamakhya.

Posted by hinduexistence on June 18, 2011


Kamakhya Temple, Guwahati, Assam.

Guwahati : Cops defuse powerful bomb on Kanchenjunga Express, avert tragedy at Hindu Pilgrimage.

Somi S Mohanta || Siliguri, 17th June 2011

Defusing the Bomb at Guwahati Railway Station

To frighten the Hindu pilgrimage for abstaining from gathering in the yearly congregation of Ambubachi Festival at ancient Kamakhya Temple near Guwahati in Assam, most probably the Muslim United Liberation Tigers of Assam (MULTA) had their definite planning to finish hundreds of Hindus this time.  At the same time anti-talk factions of ULFA and NDFB are also under the scanner for such subversive activities who have been continuously defying the Indian sovereignty in the North East India. Kamakhya Temple is considered as a Shakti Peeth of 51 Shakti Peeth in the North East India. Lakhs of hindu devotees come to Kamakhya in the occasion of Ambubachi Mela every year.

Hundreds of passengers of the Sealdah-Guwahati Kanchenjunga Express had a miraculous escape on Friday morning after a powerful IED placed inside one of the reserved compartments was detected and diffused by police well in time at Kamakhya Station near Guwahati. By the blessings of Devi Mata, lives of some 1100 devotees were saved miraculously. The IED device could not effective in time. Most probably the Islamists wanted a Quranic treatment of Kaffirs through a blast and fire-works on Jumma day (Friday) to celebrate the win of maximum numbers of Muslim MLA s in Assam Assembly as sponsored by United Muslim Force of Badaruddin Azmal Attarwala.

A team of Government Railway Police detected a suspicious bag on seat number 22 of coach S5 when the crowded train entered the Guwahati railway station after an overnight journey from Sealdah in West Bengal. The GRP personnel found no owner for the bag and on opening it found a milk can that was tightly wrapped around by small ropes.

According to the police the IED weighed around four kilogram was fitted with a programmable time device. There were also three detonators and splinters inside the bomb. The bomb was disposed off by a bomb disposal squad of special branch of Assam police after few minutes of its recovery in the morning.

Police said the personnel on duty in the train noticed an unattended small, but heavy bag on empty seat no. 22 in S-5 reserved coach at Kamakhya railway station near Guwahati.

“As nobody claimed the bag at Guwahati railway station, where the train arrived at 5.20 am, the GRP personnel suspecting it to be a bomb evacuated about 1,100 passengers on board it and the crowded platform,” they said.  The train was 45 minutes behind schedule.

Assam Police IGP (operations) Bhaskarjyoti Mahanta said, ” We are yet to ascertain as to who could be behind the planting of the IED inside the train. We are also examining the fact the train had come through lower Assam.” The prime suspects are the anti-talk factions of Ulfa and National Democratic Front of Boroland. The lower Assam area through which the train passed has the presence of mostly the NDFB faction. NDFB has now its connectivity with both the Christian militants and the MULTA counterpart as a strategy of power sharing of this region.

Officer –in-charge of the police station of Guwahati railway station, Dhrubajyoti Hazarika said that police have intensified security systems in and around the station. “We received special directives from our senior officers few days before to check every coach with utmost care before the Ambubachi festival. There are inputs that some militants may plant explosives to create panic before the Ambubachi festival in the city.”

A high alert has been sounded across the state following the detection of the powerful bomb which was a programmable time device (PTD) weighing 4 to 5 kgs and it could have caused a major explosion, GRP sources said.

The Assam based insurgency is receiving green colour in texture. A portion of Baruas in Assam have been converted to Islam and helping the Islamic supremacists. Muslim United Liberation Tigers of Assam (MULTA) has been running more than 200 terrorist camps/hide outs in Assam valley to strength its own set up and to throw out all Hindus from Assam at any cost. They have a major plan to make this land as part of United Islamic Bangladesh.

Jamat Ali, Islamist, MULTA

The Police and Para-Military have recently cracked the conspiracy against the Assam Hindus by MULTA Terrorists as the army entrapped a militant mastermind belonging to Muslim United Liberation Tigers of Assam (MULTA) during a joint operation at Phutimari village in Kamrup district of Assam on Sunday last. The militant has been identified as Jamat Ali, carrying an one 12 Bore single barrel gun, a china made automatic revolver, a crude bomb weighing two kilogram and some improvised detonators to run further havoc over Hindus. MULTA has the strategy to curve out blasts, shoot out, un-noticed rioting over communal issues on Fridays in Assam in Hindu religious places and especially Hindu populated areas, as apprehended.

Writer can be reached at cmsomiksha@yahoo.in

Courtesy : Times Now | You Tube.

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Bajrangbali attacked in Bengal.

Posted by hinduexistence on May 28, 2011

Muslim perpetrators find chances to attack Hindu Temples and Saints in the “Change” scenario. Bengal Media indifferent.

Titu Bharti in Durgapur || While the auspicious ceremony of “Paribartan – Change” in Bengal, as claimed by the majority for this in the 2011 election here is being celebrated, in reality, West Bengal is located 2011 km away from democracy and rights for Hindus, as the course of Islamization of this province is in its ultimate state, which has been proved once again in the territory, as before in the Left Front regime of the predecessors.

Again an asthana of Baba Fakirananda and a small Hindu Temple of Bajrangbali (Bagrangbali Ashram) have been smashed by the Muslim hooligans for capturing the temple land in the Durgapur area of Burdwan Districts. Danik Jagaran reported in its Asansole edition on 23rd May, 2011 that a group of 15-20 Musalman Mastan (hooligans) came to attack the Ashram place on 21st Saturday night after an altercation with some locale, may be as a plotting for the night attack. The priest of that Bajrangbali temple, Baba Fakirananda and Sadhvi Anima were assaulted, abused and the pictures of the Hindu deities were torn and the murthies (idols) of Bajragvali and Lord Shiva were desecrated and destroyed by the Muslim attackers with a least resistance of 2-3 inmates of the Devastthan. The Muslim culprits severely injured one Bhola, a resident and sympathizer of the Ashram, who came to protest against the temple attack by the outsiders. This Hanuman Temple and akhara of Baba Fakirananda has become a place of Puja-Path ( Hindu Rituals) by the local Hindus remarkably with due veneration .

As per report, a complaint was lodged by the ashramites in the Kokoben Police Station in the Benachiti area of Durgapur Municipal Corporation. Though demanded a hasty arrest of the perpetrators, no justice could be possible in favor of the aggrieved Hindus and against the Muslim perpetrators as this areas come under the whip of Trinamool leader and MLA MD. Maloy Ghatak, who is adorned as the Law Ministry of West Bengal presently for his Muslim appeasement and support at an umpteen skill. It is heard that Md. Ghatak gave her daughter to a rich Muslim family through an arranged marriage.

The report of this silent attack upon Hindus and Hindu Temple came only in Danik Jagran and the silence of the whole media is bound to raise unanswerable questions. Certainly we found the names of the perpetrators in case of the domestic violence. Fine, but why the perpetrators were not punished even by the mighty pens of media? They can name the man who was beaten up, despite the goons were not “identified” by our highly vigilant media.

The media persons perhaps just think, it’s the handiwork of just some antisocial elements But they never think, why should they tear the picture of Hindu God Bajrangbali , why should they demolish his deity? Why this attack upon Hindu Temple and Ashram? Unless they were preparing to become Ghazi (idol breakers or the killer of a Kaffir), they were not so ruthless and tragic to the disbelievers.

A source so closed to the attackers told us the names of the goons who even took the pain to tour to Durgapur from Asansol, of course to be certified as Ghazi. One of the boys is namely Saifulla Khan, son of a giant antisocial of Asansol under alias of a businessman having a bog shop named “Paramount”. This Saifulla is operating from Asansol to harm hundreds over the Hindus in the locality and even in the remote areas of Burdwan as sources told so far.

Second one comes from the offspring of the owner of “Israil Fashion” that funded Pakistani Intruders with a huge sum of 12 Crore during Kargil War, as a cross border aid from Bangladeshi talibans, creating a debate then. This shop was the third most visited cloth store after B N GHANTY and MOHAN CLOTH STORE in Asansol. In retaliation the Hindus economically boycotted the store or that time and it was almost dragged on footpath. But the Muslim community helped them for their bad times and the masters and managers of Asansol wiped out the matter as no action was taken on them on political coverage. The name of Touhid Hossian is also surfaced for the involvement in this temple attack.

When this is the case of Temple attack in Burdwan and specially in Durgapur, Bengal media should not be blamed for “not to publish the name of the deadly goons from a particular community”. They are all only loyal to the Muslim Minorities. This is branded as “Courageous Journalism” to promote fundamental Islam. Actually, this doesn’t mean anything in their profile.

These types of attack upon Bajrangbali Temple or protest over Bajrangbali Murthi (idol) installation were recorded in Panchala (Howrah), Budge Budge (South 24 Pgs) and some places in West Bengal very unfortunately within last one year.

Hindu Existence observes : * The rate of attack by Hindu common people in rural areas in Bengal are increasing day by day. ** The permission of Hindu local rituals (sravajanin pujas) are not given smoothly by the police and administrations. *** The Hindu girls and women are victimized grossly by the other religions in the covering of Love Jihad. **** Permission and Selling of Raw beefs in Hindu areas and mixed areas are growing to hurt the Hindu sentiments. ***** Capturing or attacking upon Hindu Temple, Hindu lands are gaining political supports. ****** Outsiders and Non Hindu communities are being settled in road sides and Railway stations in the name new habitation or business undermining the Local Hindus. WE ARE WATCHING ALL THESE,  OUR NEW CM IN WEST BENGAL !!!

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