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Largest Ram Navmi and Hanuman Jayanti Procession in Southern India.

Posted by hinduexistence on April 16, 2014

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Largest Ram Navmi and Hanuman Jayanti Procession at Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad) in Southern India.

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HE Media | Bhagyanagar (Andhra Pradesh) | 09 April 2014:: Over 6 lakhs Hindus took part in the mammoth procession taken out even this year by staunch pro-Hindu activist, Shri. Thakur Rajasingh on the occasion of ‘Sri Ram- Navami’ on 8th April. The procession was taken out from Dhulpet to ‘Hanuman Vyayamshala’ with acclamation of ‘Jai Sri Ram’ en route. Sushri Sadhvi Saraswati participated in the procession as chief guest. The procession was concluded after reaching ‘Hanuman Vyayamshala’.  Shri Thakur Raja Singh and Sushri Sadhvi Saraswatiji addressed devout Hindus joining the procession.

Sushri Sadhvi Saraswatiji said: 

1. This land is of neither Hyder nor Ali; it is of ‘Bhagyalakshmi’.

2. Now, we will have to carry ‘Mala’ in one hand and fight with ‘bhaalaa’ in the other.

10174920_272853782875553_5781843775288332153_n3. It is very unfortunate for Hindus that tax is levied on Amarnath pilgrimage and grants are given to ‘Haj’ pilgrimage.

4. If every Hindu tries to stop cow-slaughter, slaughtering of cows will stop on its own.

5. Bhagavan Srikrushna has given us message, through ‘Bhagavat Geeta’, to fight against the unrighteous.

6. If Hindus are united, anti-nationals like Owaisi will not be able to stay here.

Shri Thakur Raja Singh said: 

1. In the course of Kaal-Chakra (Time Cycle), the Ram Rajya is going to be established in Bharat within few months.

2. Police and Army are the protectors of citizen of India. Hindus respect their duties and sacrifice.

3. But, one maroon, who talked about lifting police and army for 15 minutes by describing them impotent, is really an impotent and treason.

4. Vande Matara is the essence and lifeline of Indian Freedom. But some subversive MPs and MLAs are disrespecting Vande Mataram. Those disobeying Vande Matarm are culprits and punishable.

5. Every Indian must respect and recite Vande Mataram. Who will deny Vande Mataram, they will be driven out from Bharat.

6. Always  say: Vande Mataram. Jai Sri Ram. Bharat Mata ki Jai. Go Mata ki Jai.

WATCH THESE UNIQUE VIDEOS ON LARGEST SRI RAM NAVMI AT BHAGYANAGAR. 

Sri Ram Navmi Shobha Yatra in Bhagyanagar  (Hyderabad) – 2014_Part 1. Sri Ram Navmi Shobha Yatra in Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad) – 2014_Part 2. Sri Ram Navmi Shobha Yatra in Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad) – 2014_Part 3.
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Sri Rama Navami Shoba Yatra 2014 At Dhoolpet, Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad). Sri Rama Navami Shoba Yatra 2014 At Dhoolpet, Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad). Raja Singh Bold Speech At Sri Rama Navami Shoba Yatra, Bhgyanagar, 2014.
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Bhagyanagar : 1.5 lakh Hindus attend bike rally on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti.

HJS Media | Bhagyanagar (Hederabad) | April 15, 2014 (Chaitra Pournima, Kaliyug Varsha 5116):: This year 13.5 km long bike rally was held on the auspicious occasion of Hanuman Jayanti on 14th April. Every year, lakhs of Hindus participate in this rally. This year, more than 1.5 lakh Hindus participated in the bike rally. The rally started from Gavliguda and ended at Hanuman temple at Boimpalli. After Ram Navami, this time also Bhagyanagar was decorated with saffron flags.

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Many Hindu youth from areas like Kothapet, Amirpet, Secunderabad, Narayanguda, Chikkadpalli etc. participated in the rally. The rallly is organised by the united force of all Hindu organisations in the city.

Courtesy: HJS | Sri Ram Channel | You Tube.

Related: Huffington Post UK covered the event. Ram Navami: 13 Stunning Images Of The Hindu Festival CommemoratingThe Birth Of Lord Rama (PICTURES).

 

 

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BJP Manifesto dedicates the commitment to Hindutva issues with an agglomerations to others.

Posted by hinduexistence on April 8, 2014

BJP manifesto may stick to Hindutva issues but leave room for negotiations.

BJP Election Maniesto 2014TNN | New Delhi | Apr 7, 2014::  BJP’s manifesto for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections is expected to reiterate its commitment to Hindutva issues relating to the demand for a Ram temple at Ayodhya, uniform civil code and Article 370 as articulated in its 2009 manifesto.

The manifesto will not make any-time bound commitment on Hindutva or other issues like inflation. On economic policy, it may spell out a stand against retrospective taxation in the context of the Vodafone controversy. The document is expected to have a section on women’s empowerment.

BJP is expected to underline its commitment to Hindutva issues but will leave enough room to accommodate current and potential partners by leaving the window open to negotiation and court rulings on demands like the construction of a Ram temple at Ayodhya.

On Article 370, the 2009 manifesto had said the provision was a psychological barrier to the full integration of Jammu and Kashmir with the national mainstream and BJP remains committed to its abrogation.

On the demand for a uniform civil code, the 2009 manifesto said there cannot be genuine gender equality unless India adopts a UCC. The manifesto said the BJP would set up a commission to draft a UCC in keeping with modern laws and society.

BJP sources said on all the three issues, the party would not make its position so rigid as to preclude negotiation or create hurdles in the way of alliances. In 2004, the NDA manifesto had included a reference to the Ram temple, stating that all avenues should be explored including negotiation or a court verdict.

While the BJP manifesto maintains status quo outlining its distinct stand on Hindutva issues, even with relation to some of its current partners, the party is expected to spell out its opposition to permitting FDI in multi-brand retail.

In keeping with its cautious approach, BJP is not likely to be specific on other matters related to economy and will steer clear of making commitments. So, it will not set out deadlines for commitments like controlling inflation and bringing prices under control.

The idea here is to dodge the trap that Congress fell into when it set a 100-day time frame for controlling prices, something BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi keeps reminding the ruling party at rally after rally.

Similarly, on taxation, the manifesto will not venture as far as to commit a reduction in tax rates, choosing to stop at a promise to simplify and rationalise taxation structure and procedures. However, there may be a clear cut commitment against retrospective taxation of the kind that UPA resorted to in the case of Vodafone and which has been identified as among the factors which worsened the investment climate.

The document, which will bear the stamp of Modi’s development model, will commit the party to the goal of cheap and affordable housing, but again without commitments. Emphasis on reducing current account and fiscal deficits will also avoid setting targets.

There may be a separate section on women’s issues such as empowerment and safety.

Highlights of BJP manifesto 2014.

7b188aa3-7e27-4d67-8462-b8b4e13b3a1awallpaper1PTI | New Delhi | Apr 7, 2014::  The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its manifesto for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Here are the highlights:

# The party reiterates its stand to explore all possibilities within framework of Constitution to facilitate construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.

# Reiterating its stand on Article 370 and discussing with all stakeholders for abrogation of the Article.

# Ensuring minimisation of black money and setting up of a task force for this purpose.

# Putting in place strict measures and special courts to stop hoarding and black marketing.

# Setting up a Price Stabilisation Fund.

# Unbundling FCI operations into procurement, storage and distribution for greater efficiency.

# Evolving a single National Agriculture Market.

# Promoting and support area specific crops and vegetables linked to food habits of the people.

# Developing high impact domains like labour intensive manufacturing, tourism, and strengthening traditional employment bases of agriculture and allied industry.

# Harnessing opportunities provided by the upgradation of infrastructure and housing.

# Encouraging and empowering youth for self employment and transforming employment exchanges into career centres.

# Eliminating corruption through public awareness,  e-governance, rationalisation and simplification of tax regime.

# Harmonising Centre-state relations by evolving model of national development driven by the states.

# Setting up a Team India initiative which will include the PM and CMs as equal partners.

# Ensure fiscal autonomy of states and creation of regional councils of states of common problems and concerns.

# National Development Council and Inter-state Council will be revived and made into active body.

# Involving state governments in promotion of foreign trade and commerce.

# Greater decentralisation through smaller states.

# Special emphasis on improving connectivity in Northeast region.

# Massive infrastructure development in NE region.

# Complete all pending fencing work along the India-Bangladesh and India-Myanmar border.

# Dealing with insurgency with a firm hand.

#BJP to draft a Uniform Civil Code drawing upon the best traditions and harmonising them with the modern times.

# Foreign policy will be guided through pragmatism and doctrines of mutually beneficial and interlocking relationships.

# Launching a massive Clean Rivers Programme with people’s participation.

# Pursuing friendly relations with neighbours and at the same time not hesitate from taking strong stand when required.

# Reviving the anti-terror mechanism which has been dismantled by the Congress and putting in place swift and fair trial of terror-related cases.

# Insulate intelligence agencies from political intervention and interference.

# Strengthening DRDO and encourage private sector  participation including FDI in selected defence industries.

# Strengthening physical infrastructure with expediting work on freight and industrial corridors.

# Setting up of gas grids and national optical fibre network upto the village level.

# Launching of diamond quadrilateral project of high-speed rail network (Bullet trains).

# Setting up of agri rail network catering to needs of perishable farm products.

# Launching of 50 new tourist circuits for the development of tourism.

# Universalisation of secondary school education and skill development and establishment of national e-library.

# Implementation of national education policy.UGC to be restructured and transformed into higher education commission.

# Ensuring urgent steps for safety of migrant workers and communities from Northeast and other states.

# Pursuing an agenda of equal and rapid development of all three regions of Jammu and Kashmir – Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh.

# Return of Kashmiri Pandits to the land of their ancestors with full dignity and security.

# Evolving further the PPP model into a People-Public-Private Partnership (PPPP).

# Strengthening self-governance and empowering Panchayati Raj institutions with a devolution of functionaries and funds.

Courtesy: TOI | Indian Express.

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Narendra Modi: Appealing to India’s Hindu heart.

Posted by hinduexistence on April 6, 2014

Appealing to India’s Hindu heart.

Considering the Indian election strategy of Hindu champion and hot favourite Narendra Modi.

Sensing victory: Narendra Modi is on the cusp of presidential power. Photo: Reuters

Sensing victory: Narendra Modi is on the cusp of presidential power. Photo: Reuters

The Sydney Morning Herald | Jason Koutsoukis | April 6, 2014:: In a dusty fairground adjacent to a Doric-style retail emporium on the far outskirts of Delhi, a saffron-coloured crowd of 50,000 roars for its new Hindu champion, Narendra Modi. He is the 63-year-old former chaiwala (tea seller) who is the hot favourite to become India’s next prime minister, and he has just been flown by helicopter to yet another rally in a marathon seduction of the country’s 814 million voters.

Many in this crowd have come down from the high-rise apartment towers that surround the venue. They are the lucky ones counted among India’s 300-million-strong middle class and are Modi’s core constituency.

Many more, who cannot yet afford to live in this neighbourhood, have been bussed in by organisers from Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party, or Indian People’s Party, and are proudly daubed in an array of Modi-for-PM paraphernalia that includes hats, scarves, face masks, T-shirts, flags and garlands.

Fed up with the Indian National Congress that has governed India for a decade – the mega-scams, the bloated welfare schemes and the famously dynastic Gandhi family that has ruled the party for most of the past 70 years – Modi’s supporters believe their country has seen better days.

The growth rate has halved, the budget deficit has doubled, the rupee has fallen to undignified lows – and people are hankering for

someone capable enough to push the faltering economy back on track and lift living standards.

”Bharat Mata ki Jai,” booms Modi from a dais festooned with floral bunting: Hail Mother India. The massive crowd that has been waiting for hours in the heat is at fever pitch.

Since 2001 the pro-business Modi has been chief minister of the north-western coastal province of Gujarat, an industrial powerhouse that has enjoyed strong growth rates and above-average living standards.

A teetotal vegetarian who rises daily at 5am to do yoga and meditate, Modi openly projects a proud brand of Hinduism, a fact underlined by his decision to run for Parliament not in his home state of Gujarat but in Varanasi, the holiest of Hindu sites on the banks of the Ganges River.

Modi's 'Gujarat miracle' of growth has inspired supporters like Sandeep Mudgal.

Modi’s ‘Gujarat miracle’ of growth has inspired supporters like Sandeep Mudgal.

Modi has also never quite shaken off charges that in 2002 he allowed Hindu rioters to attack Muslim neighbourhoods in Gujarat, resulting in the deaths of more than 1000 Muslims. The riots were triggered by a fire aboard a train in the eastern Gujarat district of Godhra that killed 59 Hindu pilgrims and that police blamed on local Muslims.

Modi has consistently refused international demands he apologise for the riots, and insists he did all that he could to stop the violence. And instead of ignoring Congress accusations that he will split the country along sectarian lines if he becomes prime minister, he throws the charges right back at the party and its leadership.

”Madam Sonia [Gandhi] has already divided people on the lines of religion, and attempted to divide those who give their life for mother India,” growled Modi from the dais.

”Congress wants to hear communal words from Modi, so, that they can claim themselves secular.”

In the flesh, Modi projects an easy assurance before the crowd. He mixes humour and Sanskrit aphorisms with an inspiring rhetoric that fuels the crowd’s aspirations for a better future.

Unlike his 43-year-old Congress opponent Rahul Gandhi, the great-grandson of India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the grandson of India’s first female prime minister Indira Gandhi, Modi’s campaign relentlessly reminds voters he is one of them.

He is the son of a tea-stall owner born into a low-caste family, and his personal story emphasises a connection with the common man and a deep commitment to traditional Hindu philosophy.

His basic political vision was shaped through his teenage involvement with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, which means National Volunteer Organisation and is commonly referred to as the RSS, a hardline Hindu nationalist movement.

Typical of the Modi supporters in the crowd is 32-year-old Sandeep Mudgal, a mathematics graduate who left his job as a software developer seven years ago to work full-time for the BJP. His focus in this election campaign has been on the 2.3 million registered voters in the local Ghaziabad electorate, where the BJP candidate is former army chief and possible new defence minister V.K. Singh.

”One of the things we’re doing is advertising a toll-free number asking people to call if they want to become campaign volunteers. When people call the number, they get an SMS that directs them to an online registration process. We’ve had 90,000 calls in this [electorate],” Mudgal says.

He explains Modi’s momentum by pointing to his record as chief minister in Gujarat, what he calls the ”Gujarat miracle”.

Supporter Samyogita Tyagi.

Supporter Samyogita Tyagi.

During Modi’s 10 years as chief minister, Gujarat has grown an average of 10per cent a year, and ranks fifth in terms of per capita income, and he slashed red tape to attract manufacturing giants such as Ford, Suzuki and Indian car maker Tata Motors.

”He chases companies, he creates jobs, he encourages prosperity and, most of all, he wants other people to be like him and work hard to lift themselves up,” Mudgal says.

”In Gujarat the water is clean and the electricity runs 24 hours a day. That’s a model for the rest of the country. We’re a big country, but we’re not fulfilling our potential.”

Mudgal admits the Gujarat riots have been a problem for Modi, but he personally believes Modi’s role in allowing Hindus to attack Muslims has been horribly exaggerated. ”Most of the stories you read in the media are not true. Modi was not the bad guy. I’m not anti-Muslim, and neither is he.”

He nevertheless conceded that not many among India’s 138 million Muslims would be thinking about voting for Modi. ”Look, the main thing is, India comes first, everything else comes second.”

Samyogita Tyagi, a 40-year-old engineer who is the mother of two daughters and owns a construction business, says she trusts Modi like a close member of her family. ”That’s how much I think he cares about our country. I admire his leadership qualities, that’s what India needs. He has a vision for one nation, one India, favouring neither caste nor religion.”

Others in the crowd such as retired civil servant Abhishek Singh have no qualms about celebrating Modi’s Hindu nationalist credentials.

”I’m a Hindu nationalist, so why would I be worried if he is? Hindu nationalism means preserving and protecting our wonderful Hindu culture. Modi’s a patriot, he’s a nationalist and he’s ambitious for this nation,” Singh says.

”I think of India as being like Israel. We’re surrounded by countries that are our enemies. We have Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Sri Lanka – we need a strong man who is not afraid to stand up for this country.”

According to research commissioned by The Times of India and conducted by the Association for Democratic Reforms, a survey of 250,000 people throughout the country indicated the No. 1 issue for voters was better job opportunities, perhaps the most significant factor driving Modi’s momentum.

”We see him as someone with a proven record in delivering jobs, in delivering economic growth,” says Shashank, a 32-year-old father of two who works as an IT engineer. ”What India needs most is economic growth, and the model for that is the home state of Gujarat. We need to make the whole of India like Gujarat.”

Narendra Modi: The Real Hindu Heart-throb in this election.

Narendra Modi: The Real Hindu Heart-throb in this election.

The next-most-important issue for voters is drinking water, followed by better roads, better public transport and better supply of electricity. ”Of course, electricity and water are very important,” Shashank says. ”But first we need the economy to get moving, then those things will follow. That’s the Gujarat model.”

Although voting begins on Monday in the north-eastern province of Assam, exactly what Modi will promise is unknown, with the BJP still fussing over its platform and yet to release its manifesto to voters. Media reports suggest he will unveil a ”rainbow development strategy to build a vibrant Brand India”.

Unlikely to put a figure on the number of jobs he expects to create, Modi will promise massive infrastructure development, including bullet trains in 100 cities, new housing for the poor, and an expansion of the world-class Indian Institutes of Technology network. Other items on his list are expected to be plans to invest heavily in health and agriculture development, and reforms to simplify India’s notoriously complex bureaucracy.

With the last day of voting not until May 12, this election campaign still promises a few surprises and, despite the polls and the overweening exuberance of the BJP followers, Indian voters can take unexpected directions. In the 2004 election, the BJP was brimming with similar levels of confidence, but it was reigning Congress Party president Sonia Gandhi who ended up the kingmaker.

Courtesy:The Sydney Morning Herald.

Jason Koutsoukis is Fairfax Media’s new South Asia correspondent.

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As Hindu Dharma is Good, it is Best to Defend Hindutva for the Peace and Prosperity of the Universe.

Posted by hinduexistence on February 27, 2014

IS HINDU DHARMA GOOD AND HINDUTVA BAD?

~ Maria Wirth.

Hindu Dharma is Good“When Germany is Christian, is India Hindu?” got amazingly good response with thousands of facebook likes. However, some readers felt I made a mistake by not distinguishing between good, tolerant Hinduism, which is a private belief, and bad, intolerant Hindutva, which stands for the ‘communal agenda of an extreme right Hindu party’ that wants to force uniform Hinduism on this vast country, an act which is completely un-Hindu and against the pluralism of India.

Is Hindutva really different from Hindu Dharma and dangerous? Or have those, which coined the term, an interest in making it look like that? No doubt, Hindutva has a bad name in the eyes of many, in spite of the ruling of the Supreme Court in 1995:

“Hindutva is indicative more of the way of life of the Indian people. …Considering Hindutva as hostile, inimical, or intolerant of other faiths, or as communal proceeds from an improper appreciation of its true meaning.”

I would like to explain from a personal angle, why I came to the conclusion that it is indeed ‘an improper appreciation of its true meaning’, when Hindutva is branded as communal and dangerous.

For many years I lived in ‘spiritual India’ without any idea how important the terms ‘’secular’ and ’communal’ were. The people I met were appreciative of India’s great heritage. They gave me tips which texts to read, which sants to meet, which mantras to learn, etc., and I wrote about it for German readers. I used to think that all Indians are genuinely proud of their ancestors, who had stunningly deep insights into what is true about us and the universe and who left a huge legacy of precious ancient texts unparalleled in the world.

However, when I settled in a ‘normal’ environment away from ashrams and pilgrimage places and connected with the English speaking middle class including some foreign wives, I was shocked that several of my new friends with Hindu names were ridiculing Hinduism without knowing much about it. They had not even read the Bhagavad-Gita, but pronounced severe judgment. They gave the impression as if Hinduism was the most depraved and violent of all religions and responsible for all the ills India is facing. The caste system and crude rules of Manusmiti were quoted as proof. Reading newspapers and watching TV, I also discovered an inexplicable, yet clear anti Hindu stand.

My new acquaintances had expected me to join them in denouncing ‘primitive’ Hinduism which I could not do as I knew too much, not only form reading extensively, but also from doing sadhana. They were not amused and declared that I had read the wrong books. They asked me to read the right books, which would give me the ‘correct’ understanding. They obviously did not doubt their own view to be the correct one. However, instead of coming around by reading Romila Thapar and co, I rather got the impression that there was an intention behind the negative portrayal of Hinduism: Christianity and Islam were meant to look good in comparison. My neighbour, a writer with communist leanings, henceforth introduced me to his friends as “the local RSS pracharak”. Many ‘secular’ Indians consider the RSS as Hindu fundamentalists, occasionally equating it even with Islamic terror groups. So no surprise that an elderly lady once retorted, “In this case I am not pleased to meet you.”

What was my ‘fault’? I dared to say that I love Hindu Dharma, as it (its off- springs Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism included) is the only religion that is inclusive and not divisive, whereas Christianity and Islam divide humanity into those who have the ‘true faith’ and those who are wrong and will pay for it eternally in hell, if not already on earth. Standing up for Hindu Dharma (and not only following it in private) indicted me as belonging to the ‘Hindutva brigade’ that is shunned by mainstream media. Of course my stand is neither communal nor dangerous for India. Hindu Dharma is indeed inclusive, and needs to gain strength at the expense of Christianity and Islam, which are exclusive and therefore communal.

No doubt something is seriously wrong about the public discourse on ‘secular’ and ‘communal’ in India. I can’t believe that those media anchors and invited guests don’t know it. Indians are intelligent. So why would they get secular and communal wrong?

Is Hindutva BadSecular means worldly in contrast to sacred or religious, and secularism is a western concept.  State and religion were intertwined since Christianity became state religion in the Roman Empire. The Church declared what is the truth, for example that that Jesus is the only way or that the earth is flat, and everyone had to agree. If scientists disagreed, they were in serious trouble. Not without reason those centuries of Church domination are called ‘dark ages’ and the liberation from her tight embrace is called the era of ‘Enlightenment’. For Christian Europe, it was a great and hard fought achievement to get ‘secular’ states, where the Church could not push anymore her agenda through state laws. Several centuries ago, even the Sunday mass was obligatory in German kingdoms. Nobody was allowed to leave Christianity. The blasphemy laws kept the flock in check. Heresy was punished severely. Jews suffered discrimination and persecution all through history being branded as the killers of Jesus.

After Martin Luther split the Church into Protestants and Catholics, fierce wars were fought over supremacy which destroyed much of central Europe. In 1648, after 30 years of fighting, a compromise was found: the subjects of a region had to follow the religion of their ruler. Only in 1847, a Prussian king introduced a law for ‘negative religious freedom’, which meant, his subjects had the right to leave the Catholic or Protestant Church. Ever since, the Churches are losing sheep from their flock. It points to the fact that Christianity did not grow because its dogmas were convincing. It gained strength because those born in the faith could not leave it. The blasphemy laws propped up Christianity.

India has a completely different story. Sanatana Dharma was never based on unreasonable dogmas and did not need state oppression to keep believers in check. It was not in opposition to science. It was helpful to society as a whole by giving guidelines for an ideal life that acknowledges the invisible, conscious essence in the visible universe. It did not straight jacket people into an unbelievable belief system. It allowed freedom of thought and many parallel streams with different ways to connect to this essence emerged. “Hinduism is a way of life”, is often said. Following Hindu Dharma is actually anideal way of life.

Since I grew up in the Catholic Church and know the narrow mindedness that is indoctrinated into children, I wonder why on earth Indians would prefer dogmatic religions to their ancient, benign Dharma. Don’t they see the real communal danger? Those ‘secular’ friends, who fiercely defend the right of the religious minorities to assert their exclusive identity, don’t seem to realise that both, Christianity and Islam cannot live with others peacefully. Both religions need to dominate. And both are very powerful worldwide, politically and financially. As long as they have not yet the numbers in India, they may downplay the central tenet of exclusiveness in their ideologies. But exist it does.

Secularism has dented the influence of Christianity in the west. But the Church did not give up its goal to make the whole mankind believe in Christ, and focusses now on the huge mass of Hindus. In Islam, the clergy still has a hold on the faithful and in several Muslim countries leaving Islam is punishable by death. As the Quran itself forbids the followers to leave the faith, it is difficult to forego the blasphemy laws.

The Indian secularists seem to fight for the right of Christianity and Islam to be communal and for their followers not to integrate into the Indian society, but to stress their separate identity. And what is this separate identity? It is merely an unverifiable belief that gravely impacts the mind-set. This mind-set not only creates outsiders, but it creates outsiders that are looked down upon. How can educated Indians be blind to the danger and risk having in future more partitions on the basis of unsubstantiated religious beliefs, including the risk of more terrible bloodshed?

Strangely, the dogmatic, exclusive religions are not accused of being divisive, but Hinduism is. Why? Hindus are required to see Brahman, the one Godhead, in everyone, never mind how he connects to his creator. In contrast, the followers of dogmatic religions are not required to respect those who reject their respective ‘true religion’. They are even allowed to hate them. The ease, with which Christians and Muslims killed unbelievers, is frightening. Only 70 years ago six million Jews were murdered in cold blood in gas chambers in Germany. Only a little over 40 years ago, hundred thousands, if not millions, of Hindus were butchered in Bangladesh. There are many more examples. Humanity needs to win over such madness. How? Hindu Dharma has the key: acknowledge that we are all members of one family – coming from the same source with the same blood as it were…

Courtesy: Maria Wirth Blog.

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More than 5500 Christians and Muslims returned to Hinduism in Uttar Pradesh.

Posted by hinduexistence on December 27, 2013

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Dejected to Semitic Religions. Returned to Hindu Fold. More than 5500 Christians and Muslims returned to ancestral Hindu Home in Uttar Pradesh. 

Om Om OmUpananda Brahmachari | HE Media Bureau | Agra | Dec 26, 2013:: A Great News from the heart land of Uttar Pradesh. Thousands of converted Hindus have been opted again the faith of their forefathers and returned to Hinduism again.

On the eve of Christmas there was a hue and cry that the saffron brigade of RSS (Rashtriya Swamsevak Sangha), VHP (Vishwa Hindu Parishad), Bahrag Dal, Arya Samaj and Hindu Yuva Vahini would march forward to accept and assimilate their own brothers and sisters who shifted out of faith decades back in a spell of blunder and within an fraudulent ambit of allurement of the evangelical groups or the repressive Islamic elements empowered with inhumane forces.

On the very 25th Dec this year 2013, more than five thousand people returned to Hinduism and said  goodbye  to Christianity in a vast area of  Uttar Pradesh  in the localities of Agra, Aligarh, Kasganj, Bareilly, Badaun, Bijnor, Shahjahanpur, Mainpuri  and Firojabad. 

The highest re-conversion (Suddhi) in Aligarh, where 2000 Christian became Hindus, was held by Dhrama Jagran Samiti, a specific unit of VHP to make special efforts to sensitize the sense of Dharma in the marginal Hindus in any vulnerable condition, likely to be grabbed by the evangelic elements or other vicious elements like Zakir Naik .

Chanting of Vedic mantras,  purification with Ganga Water,  wearing of sacred threads and sacrifice to the fire God were the prime rituals that had helped the aspirants to get an warm entry to Hinduism once gain and for ever. Most of the people who took the refuge of Hinduism in these programmes,  categorically told that they went to another faith by allurements and embraced Christianity . Seven Muslims in Shahjahanpur also adopted Hinduism.

Upon a complain, a details of conversion in Bijnor, the administration is trying to get exact numbers of such ‘returned to home’ (gar wapsi). From a source it is known that  more than five hundred families (1600 people ) except Christianity became Hindu again. These people are mainly hailed from Malkan Rajput and belonging to  Jat Muslim clan.

OmMayor of Agra Town, Sri Indrajit Arya was also present in the program . In the ceremony held at Saraswati Vidya Mandir at Kasganj, 350 families ( about 1,000 people) and Firojabad 66 families (200 people) rejected Christianity and returned to their traditional faith Hinduism once again .

Prominent RSS , Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Hindu Vahini, Arya Samaj and Bajrang Dal leaders  and the saints of  Hindu organizations were present in these religious programmes. In Bareilly, six hundred people embraced Hinduism. Swami Yaswashi Arya of Arya Samaj  sprinkled the holy Ganges water to the aspirants and initiated them with sacred thread (Yajna-Upaveetam).

With chanting of Veda mantra and offering sacrifice in fire the converted Hindus in dilemma, strongly returned back in Hinduism with full dignity and assurance of the Hindus society in every respect. In the programme of Draupadi Devi Inter College campus in Badaun, some 918 people of two hundred and twenty families were accepted Hinduism again by rejecting Christian hegemony and discrimination  in such ‘homecoming’ program.

Various Hindu organisation have declared to extend their utmost support for providing the free education, health and rehabilitation for these brothers ans sisters came to their own fold of faith almost a decade after.

Erlier, some 325 Muslim members of 150 families of Eta, Farukhabad, Pilbhit, Kashganj, Mainpuri, Bareilly and Badaun were assembled in Eta Arsha Gurukul, where they were reconverted into Hindu Dharma again in presence of Jagadguru Swami Rajrajeswaram of Badrinath Dham. The Swami initiated all the aspirants in the Hindu Dhrama without discriminating any caste or creed.

OM OMSaikh Jabbar of Farukhabad and Mohammad Rauf of Pilvit told that they had a very low position in Muslim society as their forefathers went to Muslim community from a poor section of Hindu society.

Sabnam of Kapil (Farukhabad) and parvez Khan of Nagla Amar Singh (Eta) told that they had been feeling an unavoidable attachment with Hindu faith and people and even they protested cow slaughter and conspiracy of attacks on Hindus.  As the Muslim Imams exploited them in various ways and under an utter desatisfactions they finally made their mind to accept their original faith.

In every place there was a wave of satisfaction and peace as all were in a realm of reunion and the love from the core of heart.

Though some Hindi media like Aaj Tak and  Jagran highlighted this news of huge mass re-conversion in Hinduism, the English media (both print and electronic) skipped the same in a very strange manner.

Anyway, there is no known contra-action so far after the programmes of such large scale Paravartan held in Uttar Pradesh in a short time frame and neither there such any allegation of forceful activities from any side so far.

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Courtesy: Aaj Tak | Jagran.

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We want to establishment of ‘Ram Rajya’ again starting from the holy land of Uttar Pradesh: Narendra Modi.

Posted by hinduexistence on December 21, 2013

 Vijay Shankhanaad Rally Varanasi

We want to establishment of ‘Ram Rajya’ again starting from the holy land of Uttar Pradesh. Ganga Raksha, Samskruti Raksha,  Bhartiya Culture, Bharat Raksha and Krishi Sampannta are the main issues: Narendra Modi at Vijay Shankhnad rally in Varanasi.

NaMo UBrVaranasi | HE Mews Bureau | Dec 20, 2013:: After taking blessings of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva, at the famous Sankatmochan Temple and Kashi Vishwanath Temple, respectively, Sri Narendra Modi urged for the re-establishment of ‘Ram Rajya’ from the holy land of Ayodhya-Kashi-Mathura in a mammoth gathering entitled  as ‘Vijay Shankhnad rally’ in the holy city of Varanasi on Friday,  Dec 20, 2013.

The BJP Prime Ministerial candidate highlighted the issues of Ganga Raksha (protection of Ganga), Samskruti Raksha (protection of Bhartiya Culture and Heritage), Bharat Raksha (protection of India) and Krishi Sampannta (development of Agriculture) with other issues connected with satae and national interest.

Addressing a public meeting in the temple town of Varanasi in the state of Uttar Pradesh , which sends the largest number of 80 MPs to the Lok Sabha,  Narendra Modi said if the people want they can see the return of ‘Ram Rajya’ which started from this land by voting for the right party.

“I have faith in the people of Uttar Pradesh. Your ancestors had established Ram Rajya. Had the people not been empowered, there would never have been Ram Rajya here. The state has all that is needed for Ram Rajya. The strength, tradition and will needed for establishing Ram Rajya is there in you,” Modi said.

“If still there are problems here it is because you have not chosen the right government. I have full faith that the day you do so, this (Ram Rajya) can become a reality,” he added.

Modi raised emotive issues, including the cleaning of the holy Ganga — referring to the river as “maa” (Mother), creating employment for locals involved in the handloom sector, farmer issues and employment opportunities for the youth and the poor.

He said his government in Gujarat had cleaned up the Sabarmati river, which used to be highly polluted a decade back, with the clean water of Narmada and asked why the same could not be done with river Ganga.

Modi also hit out at Congress and the Nehru-Gandhi family, blaming them for poverty, unemployment and corruption plaguing the country.

Hitting back at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh over his charge that some parties make promises that lie outside the realm of possibility, Modi said he does not make empty promises and the BJP is going to the people with firmly grounded intentions.

“We are not the people who make empty promises. We have not come to you with promises but with intentions. The country is bored of promises. It is time for bringing forth well-grounded intentions,” Modi said.

He targeted Congress for making promises and then failing to deliver at a huge cost to the exchequer. Citing the example of Ganga Action Plan which was envisaged during the Prime Ministership of Rajiv Gandhi for cleaning the polluted river,

Modi said though thousands of crores have been spent the river is still dirty.

“I request the Prime Minister to share detailed accounts with people and answer them on how many thousands of crores of rupees were spent on the project to clean Ganga- an issue on which you (Congress) have tried to seek a new identity and asked for votes since Rajiv Gandhi’s time,” Modi said.

The Prime Minister had said in his address at the Congress Parliamentary Party meeting yesterday that some political parties make promises which “lie outside the realm of possibility” and his party should avoid it.

In another dig at Modi, he said Congress should not simply talk of firm leadership and decisiveness without talking of what the leadership will be used for and what decisions will be taken.

Modi retaliated today saying while people voted Congress to power hoping something will be done to clean the Ganga, but its waters have only become more polluted.

“Several plans and committees were formed but it seems money has been swept away like the waters of Ganga. In last five years, only three meetings were held and no work has been done.”

Flagging local issues and government’s failure to deal with them, BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate said while Congress and the SP government in Uttar Pradesh see the state as electorally crucial, his party is concerned about the problems being faced by the people, including farmers and the youth.

Reiterating his call for a creating a “Congress-free” India, Modi said the results of the recent assembly elections show that people have lost their patience and are aggressively demanding that this government should be thrown out. “Those who have exploited you should be uprooted as it is the root all problems in India,” he added.

He also alleged that “one family” is responsible for the pain being suffered by the people.

“As the (Loksabha) elections are nearing, Congress is talking repeatedly about poor…Had the party (Congress) really felt their pain, there would have been no poor in the country in the 45-year rule of a family”, Modi said while addressing “Vijay Shankhnad” rally here.

“If anyone is responsible for poverty, it’s a single family. It also shows in their mindset”, Modi said.

Modi also slammed Rahul Gandhi on the issue of poverty and SP MP Naresh Agarwal for saying a tea-seller cannot become the Prime Minister.

“I am suprised that they are openly saying a tea-seller cannot become the Prime Minister. If people give their blessings, then a weaver, a farm worker or even a shoeshine man can become the PM,” Modi said.

Before addressing the Vijay Shankhnaad Rally at Rajatalab Mirzamurad Khajuri in Varanasi today, Shri Narendra Modi, along with BJP President Rajnath Singh, took blessings of Lord Hanuman and Lord Shiva, at the famous Sankatmochan Temple and Kashi Vishwanath Temple, respectively.

In his meeting with Prof. Vishwambhar Nath Mishra, the Mahanth of Sankatmochan temple, Shri Modi was apprised of issues including the plight of Ganga and the reality of Ganga Action Plan. At the Kashi Vishwanath temple, Shri Modi performed Dugdhabhishek of Lord Shiva under the guidance of Pt. Shrikant Sharma, who also gave him the traditional ang-vastram.

[Input from PTI.]

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Saffron March begins towards Delhi. It’s the Secular Modi Politics of New Hindu Age.

Posted by hinduexistence on December 9, 2013

 Road Ahead. Modi Age in Indian Politics. 

~ Upananda Brahmachari.

1466319_582416108480950_302659971_nThe Modi magic has out spelled the Congress. The result in Assembly Election in four states viz Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and Delhi slapped Mrs Sonia Gandhi as to rethink her words as ‘Maut ki Saudagar’ (trader of deaths) as levelled to Sri Narendra Bhai Modi. Now, she can realize the effect of her words, when Modi and BJP stand before them as a hallmark of the ‘death of Congress’ in some days.

It’s a jubilation time for BJP and all the Modi supporters. Reversely, it is a worst time for a shrinking Congress and its ‘Antaratma’ (inner soul), Sonia Antonia Mino alias Sonia Gandhi.

The people of these four states realized the conspiracy of Congress to rule the majority people through the appeasement of minority. Now, the majority Hindu people of these four states reacted and reflected their support to the BJP icon and the Prime Ministerial candidate Sri Narendra Modi in the coming parliamentary election in 2014.

At first I must congratulate and thank the people of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and Delhi to make BJP as a big winner and wash out Congress (I), the  most corrupted, betrayer and divisive party of modern times. The win by 4-0 is a great victory and I want to thank again, the Team Modi and the people of these states.

The people of these four states pledged their support for a Narendra Modi, who is able, out-spoken, liberal, developmental, risk-taker and obviously Nationalist.  Everybody knows that Narendra Modi is proud to call himself as a ‘Hindu Nationalist’. So, all the nationalist people have the only choice to support one and only Narendra Bhai Modi and BJP.

The Final Tally- BJP has won 408 out of 589 assembly seats covering these four states, which is near 70% of the total seats. Phenomenal! Congress shrunk – only 21% of seats it got. In other consideration BJP has taken lead in 65 Parliamentary constituency ares out of 72 seats covered by these four states. This is a wonderful beginning towards success in the Mission272+ & for fulfilling the dream of a Congress Mukt (free) Bharat.

People have spoken loud and clear! The verdict has shown yet again that people want development, not corruption & vote-bank politics. Modi conveyed thanks to the people for reposing their faith in BJP for India. Modi now wants to assure a hard work to fulfil people’s dreams & aspirations. People wants a coronation of Modi as the Prime Minister of India.

The road is ahead. Now, his political size is obviously bigger than Gujarat. Modi’s unstoppable journey to Delhi to be the next Prime minister  of India begins. Also his new battle.

Final Tally 2013 4 States Elction Result.

I never met Modi, not even went to Gujarat.  But, I feel that Gujarat is serving as a gateway to enter into a Modi Raj (regime) in India. The model of Gujarat development, the administration, the scope for business, the social harmony and the image of Narendra Modi as a free and fair person, is a new hope for all.

I hear that the light of Karachi ports is seen from the sea shore of Gujarat, in some part. But presently, Pakistan does not dare to run there nefarious ISI activities and Jihad against Indian people in the soil of Gujarat. For a reasonable time under Modi Raj in Gujarat, the state  stands a ‘riot free’ and ‘terror free’ state. The Pakistani operators find other states to run their anti-Indian activities. Everybody fear to enter in a lion’s cage. It is also true for Pakistan and doggy Jihad operators.

The Muslims of Gujarat has settled their mind to support Modi time and again as Gujarat is the most prosperous and safest place for the Muslims in India. Muslims of Gujarat live in peace and settled their mind to stay with Modi. The rumour against Modi as ‘anti-Muslim’ has no meaning for the Muslims of  Gujarat.

Two of my Muslim friends are finding scope to sell out their property one in Odisha and the other in Bengal only to settle in Gujarat permanently. These Muslim businessmen have been running their business in Gujarat very successfully for years together. They are highly satisfied with Modi for taking meaningful measures for Muslims as human being, not as minority. As both these Muslim young men are frustrated with the miserable condition of Muslims and the fake political assurances to them in their native states.

Actually, the Muslims are India is gradually abandoning the misleading concept and propaganda against Modi as launched by Congress. Huge numbers of Muslims brothers have attended the Modi’s election rallies in these four states and thousands of them already joined BJP. We can say unhesitatingly that Modi is now symbolized as an icon of unity for all Hindu-Muslim and real nationalist people.

Knowing fully well, the stands of Modi for Art. 370, his stand against Communal Violence Bill, his humane treatment for Muslims (not a minority reservation gimmick) and his proud ‘Hindu Nationalist’ view  denying to wear any skull cap, Narendra Modi  is being accepted by a major section of  Muslims all over India.

The results of assembly elections in these four states have also proved it. Good number of Muslims have voted for BJP, having their faith on Modi. It is a very a good sign for BJP and the social harmony too.

As a matter of fact, the Hinduness of Modi only equates with it pure Nationalism. This Hindutva (Hinduness) of Modi is not connected with any rituals. As a statesman Modi holds that ‘Nation First’, others after that. He believes that strategy for the Country is nothing but the devotion and the sacrifice for our Mother Land. And the Holy Book for the Govt. is the Holy Constitution of India. Such Modi doctrine has encapsulated the Nationalism and Hinduness unconfrontedly in a very traditional way. This country is known popularly as Aryavartta, Bharat, Hindusthan and India. If we can be proud as a Arya, Bhartiya and Indian, why not as a Hindu too?  Those who have any objection to the word Hindu, the bear the same mentality in a suppressed way about the other three Arya, Bhartiya and Indian. These people are anti-national without any doubt.

Saffron March begins towards Delhi. It’s the Secular Modi Politics of New Hindu Age. Those who beat their trumpets for secularism for their fundamental politics in India, can learn a little from secular Gujarat or secular Modi. This word  ‘secular’ was a inserted word in the Constitution of India through its 42nd amendment in 1976-77.  Had their any good sense of the then leaders of Congress and Mrs Indira Gandhi to insert the word ‘Secular’ in the constitution, now have its clarification of the word from Modi. The insertion of these two words, ‘Socialist’ and ‘Secular’ was made for vested interest of Mrs. Gandhi. These words are the fruits of black days of Emergency period (1975-77) of Congress. But, Modi’s secularism bears the meaning of all embracing Humanism.

The run for Modi is speeding high. The song dedicated for Narendra Modi, ‘Namo Namo – PM Go’ went viral in net. The short listing of Modi’s name in TIME POY (person of year) 2013 and coming out his final position in the 4th rank far ahead Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping or the Modi craze seen everywhere in India clearly indicate the Modi Age in Indian Politics.

Those who are very much interested to play with a ‘Minority Vote Bank’ politics in India, must  see a caution of ‘Modi Vote Bank’.

Welcome to this Modi Age in Indian Politics.

Picture Courtesy: Modi Times | Audio Courtesy: Niti Central

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Exit poll shows that ‘Hindu nationalist BJP’ gaining Four States as an effect of Modi Boost.

Posted by hinduexistence on December 5, 2013

India Opposition Seen Winning Four State Elections in Modi Boost

Bloomberg | Andrew MacAskill & Bibhudatta Pradhan | Dec 4, 2013:: India’s main opposition party is set to take control of two states from the Congress party and keep control in two others, boosting its campaign to end the ruling party’s 10-year hold on power in national voting next year, exit polls showed.
The Bharatiya Janata Party, which picked Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate in September, will win elections in states that account for almost a sixth of India’s population, including two currently held by the ruling Congress party, according to an exit poll conducted by C-Voter and broadcast on the Times Now television channel. Vote counting and official results will occur on Dec. 8.
The elections, held in recent weeks, are the final test for India’s two major national parties before elections that must be held by May 2014. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s Congress party has seen corruption scandals, elevated consumer inflation and the weakest economic growth in a decade erode its popularity.
BJP victories in the four states may boost Indian stocks, according to Deven Choksey, managing director of Mumbai-based K.R. Choksey Shares & Securities Pvt. The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex, which has climbed 6.6 percent this year, fell 0.7 percent in Mumbai today.
“These results are good news for the stock market,” Choksey said. “The turnout in Delhi means a big victory margin for the BJP. A victory in Delhi will be the trump card for the BJP in the 2014 national elections.”

Delhi Poll

In a setback for Congress, the exit poll shows the Hindu nationalist BJP gaining its highest seat tally since 1993 in New Delhi while falling short of a majority. The BJP will have 29 of the capital’s 70 seats, with the incumbent Congress taking 21. The Aam Aadmi Party, which campaigned against corruption while contesting its first election, is poised to win 16 seats to hold the balance of power, the poll showed.
The BJP will also wrest control of Rajasthan from Congress by winning 130 out of 200 seats, up from its current total of 78, according to the poll.
While Modi’s party will retain power in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, Congress is poised to gain seats from its current tallies, the poll showed. In Mizoram, a small state in India’s northeast ruled by Congress that also held elections, no exit polls were conducted.
No margin of error or details of the poll methodology were given.
All the state elections had record voter turnout, the Hindustan Times reported, without saying where it got the information.

Modi Record

Modi, chief minister of Gujarat state in western India, is projecting his record of governance and stronger-than-average economic growth in the state he has ruled since 2001 in an attempt to propel his party to national power. Congress has been deploying Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi, the party’s president, both members of a political dynasty that has ruled the country for more than half of the 66 years since independence.
The price of onions, a key ingredient in Indian cooking, has climbed 278 percent in the last year. Higher food prices eat into consumers’ disposable incomes and disproportionately impact the poor who make up about two thirds of India’s population.
India’s final full session of parliament before the general election begins tomorrow. The government has listed 38 bills for passage including one that would give a third of the seats in parliament to women. Singh said yesterday the government is committed to passing legislation to create a new state in southern India. [Courtesy: Bloomberg].

BJP set to return in Rajasthan, to retain MP, Chhattishgarh; leads in Delhi, say exit polls

Lotus blooms in 4 statesAurangzeb Naqshbandi | Hindustan Times | New Delhi | December 04, 2013:: Barely five months before the Lok Sabha elections, exit polls on Wednesday predicted a sweep for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Delhi assembly elections.

Crucially, Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is projected make a strong debut in Delhi, where the Congress may lose power after 15 years.

The early indicators are sure to enthuse the BJP’s prime ministerial nominee and Gujarat chief minister, Narendra Modi.

He was the Hindu nationalist party’s star campaigner in all four states and did not refrain from attacking the top Congress leadership, which, on the other hand, chose to ignore his barbs.

The state elections have been billed as the semi-final before the final battle in the general elections due by April-May 2014. They have also been projected as a popularity test for Modi.

For the BJP, victory in these four states, which account for 72 of the total 543 Lok Sabha seats, would strengthen Modi’s bid to bring the saffron party back to power at the Centre after 10 years.

If the exit poll predictions come true, the BJP is headed for a hat-trick in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and will oust the Congress in Rajasthan.

Delhi is predicted to go to the BJP too, but the big splash will be the emergence of Kejriwal’s AAP, which according to five different exit polls is likely to get as many as 17 seats.

Read the full article in HT by clicking here.

To see the Exit polls click desired survey: C-fore | CNN IBN-The Week | C-voter | ABP News-Nielsen

Related reading: Indian voters polarized – Pole B. Bharat, BJP & Modi; Pole C. Corruption, Congress & Rahul:: Modi Times. 

Courtesy: Bloomberg | Hindustan Times | BCCL | Modi Times.

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Struggle for Hindu Rashtra is based upon unique uniformity and spiritual solidarity.

Posted by hinduexistence on July 11, 2013

Important requirements for establishment of Hindu Rashtra ! : H. H. Dr. Athavale.

।। .जयतु .जयतु .हिंदुराष्ट्रम् ।।

HJS | Ashadh Shuklapaksha 2, Kaliyug Varsha 5115 | 10 July 2013 ::  The second all-India Hindu Convention was recently held at Ramnathi, Goa. Let us see the necessary points pro-Hindus activists who participated in the Convention are required to imbibe.

‘Samashti (collective)’ destiny of Hindus is responsible for such miserable condition of Hindus and spiritual practice (sadhana) is the only solution to change the same !  

Deeds of previous and present birth decide destiny and fate of every person. Establishment of Hindu Rashtra is not associated with destiny of one person but it is associated with destiny of all Hindus from Hindustan so also Hindus living abroad. The present miserable condition of Hindus is due to ‘Raja’ and ‘Tama’ pre-dominant Hindu rulers, leaders and people and their selfish, narrow-minded and demonic nature which is the root cause of such wretched condition.

Destiny of Hindus is dependent on their deeds. There is only one way for changing such destiny. Hindus need to discard their selfish and narrow-mindedness and instead of thinking only about self and family, they need to think about welfare of all Hindus. For this, rulers, leaders and people need to become ‘sattvik’ which can happen only by Hindus getting ‘Dharma-shikshan’, their abiding by Dharma and undertaking spiritual practice. It will change their destiny and establishment of Hindu Rashtra will be achieved easily. This is the path of action (Karma-marg).

If spiritual practice can entail God realization; it will surely help in achieving establishment of Hindu Rashtra !

In Hindu Dharma, 3 main paths of God Realization have been advocated which are – ‘Karma-Yoga’, ‘Bhakti –Yoga (Path of Devotion)’ and ‘Dnyan Yoga (Path of Knowledge)’. If these paths can be followed for attaining God; these paths can certainly help in establishment of Hindu Rashtra !

A] Karma-Yoga

While doing any deed as per ‘Karma-Yoga’, it should be remembered that ‘Yogah Karmasu Kaushalam (Srimat Bhagavat Geeta- Chapter 2- Verse-50) which means every good deed should be done with skill, in perfect manner as it is ‘Yoga’.

B] Bhakti-Yoga

Bhakti-Yoga means surrendering to Deities. Shiva is the Deity of Bharat. As per the present times, Bhagavan Srikrushna is the Deity to be worshiped for establishment of Dharma / righteousness, protection of virtuous and destruction of evil; therefore, worshipping Bhagavan Shiva and Srikrushna, chanting their names and praying everyday for establishment of Hindu Rashtra is ‘Bhakti-Yoga’. With the grace of Bhagavan Shiva, our Hindu Convention was held at Ramnathi i.e. a Shiva Temple.

C] Dnyan – Yoga

Study Srimat Bhagavat Geeta, Saints’ literature, Sanatan’s Holy books and follow the principles explained in them. With the study of spirituality, your perspective towards life will change, you will be able to clarify doubts of others, guide them and acquire spiritual strength.

Points to be remembered by people who are working for ‘Hinduttva’

Pro-Hindu activists have yearning to establish Hindu Rashtra. They are leaders and representatives of people. Bhagavan Srikrushna has said in Geeta

यद्यदाचरति श्रेष्ठः तत्तदेवेतरो जनः । स यत्प्रमाणं कुरुते लोकस्तदनुवर्तते ॥  -Srimat Bhagavat Geeta, Chapter 3, verse 21

Meaning : Behaviour of leaders, revered persons and Saints is followed by other people; whatever is said by them, is taken by people as the yardstick and people behave accordingly.

Pro-Hindu activists should remember points given below while following the guidance given during all-India Hindu Convention.

1] Study ‘Dharma-grantha’/ Holy Scriptures, Bhagavat Geeta and Sanatan’s Holy books.

2] Chant the names of Bhagavan Srikrushna and Shiva, worship and pray for establishment of Hindu Rashtra.

3] Abide by Dharma. Your behavior should be such that it is kept by people as ideal.

4] Devote at least one hour every day for Rashtra and Dharma and if possible, give all time for this and complete your ‘samashti sadhana’.

5] Bhagawan Sriram and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj are our ideals. Study their life history and adopt those principles. Netaji Subhashchandra Bose used to say that ‘if 40 crores Hindus raise acclamation of ‘Har Har Mahadev’, the British would leave India in a day.’ Hindu Rashtra will be established when we follow this advice.

Brothers and sisters ! Let us all, who took part in all-India Hindu Convention i.e. leaders from various regions, journalists, thinkers, advocates and Saints, unite under the leadership of Bhagavan Srikrushna, let us merge with each other. Let us give up small identities of our organizations, Sects and nurture identity of Hindu Rashtra and Hindu Dharma i.e. nurture patriotism and respect for our Dharma; take oath for sacrificing our body, mind and wealth for establishment of Hindu Rashtra.

If you need any assistance or guidance, rest assured that Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti would always stand firmly behind you. Blessings of Bhagavan Srikrushna are always with us.

Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram.

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Watch Live : 2nd Hindu Rashra Adhiveshan. Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram.

Posted by hinduexistence on June 7, 2013

 Live Stream viewing of Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan at Goa. Click Here.

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‘Don’t have slightest doubt or think of alternative for establishment of Hindu Rashtra’ ~ Upananda Brahmachari.

Upnanda BrRam nathi, Ponda, Goa | DSP | 06 June 2013:: Don’t have slightest doubt or think of alternative for establishment of Hindu Rashtra ! – Shri. Upananda Brahmachari, Editor, Hindu Existence, Kolkata.

Everyone should have the confidence that Hindu Rashtra is going to be established. Till such confidence is not generated, we will not be able to ceaselessly tread on the path towards Hindu Rashtra. Do not have even slightest doubt or think of alternative for the goal of establishment of Hindu Rashtra; since such doubt is the big obstacle on the path of moving towards our goal. The above views were expressed by Shri. Upananda Brahmachari, the Editor of website ‘Hindu Existence’ from Kolkata; while speaking on the topic of ‘Obstacles in establishment of Hindu Rashtra’.

Shri. Brahmachari said…

1. Lokmanya Tilak, Dr, Hedgewar presented the concept of Hindu Rashtra; but Hindu Rashtra was never established although so many pro-Hindu organizations are active in this country; because none of the organizations has 100 % ‘Hinduttva’.

2. If the powerful pro-Hindu organizations nurture the dream of establishment of Hindu Rashtra, it will be established in ten days; therefore, let us pray to Bhagavan Shrikrushna that let good sense prevail over the powerful pro-Hindu organizations and they participate in our mission.

3. The base of ‘Hindutva’ of RSS has a close setting to politics and our base is righteousness.

4. Hindus should abide by Dharma and bring changes in self; so also if changes are brought about even in Society, State and Nation, it will create an atmosphere conducive for establishment of Hindu Rashtra.

5. Although Hindus are literate in practical sense of the term; they are illiterate from the viewpoint of having knowledge of Dharma; therefore, it is necessary to undertake drives for making Hindus literate in real sense of the term.

6. We need ‘Brahma-Tej’ along with ‘Kshatra-Tej’ for establishment of Dharma and for which, there is no alternative to ‘Dharma-shikshan’. And is clearly said by Lord Shri Krishna in Srimad Bhagabad Gita, as the establishment of Dharma is based on only two divine duties. a. Paritranay Sadhunamm – Protection of Dharma and Dharmiks (follower/practitioner of Dharma), i.e. part of propagation of Brahma-tej and b. Vinashay ca duskritanam. Finish and uproot the enemies of Dharma, i.e. Khastra-tej.

7. Secularism is the evilest constraints for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra as the inclusion of “Secular’ word in Indian Constitution facilitates the secular bargaining by the Muslims and Christians through the namesake Hindu and obviously Secular zealots. We have to alienate the Secular elements (religious and political leaders, media, NGOs etc.) from the mainstream Hindu masses.

8. Hindus must not indulge in such a permissiveness, so that the ideas to equate Muslims and Christian like anti Hindu element with the heights of Sanatan Hindu Dharma. Hindus must not allow Mosques, Churches, Slaughter Houses, Beef Shops, Muslim Hotels, anti -Hindu religious activities in Hindu areas of Sanatana Land.

9. Hindus must understand what are superficial problems and what are the real crisis and constraints before the establishment of Hindu Rashtra. When the foreign, political and financial crisis and constraints are superficial, the spiritual and cultural perspective are the most important issues for establishment of the Hindu Rashtra.

10. We can establish the Hindu Rashtra in Bharat in 10 minutes, if the leaders of big and other Hindu organisations come together to sit for ten minutes to take a strong resolution for a Hindus Rashtra in Bharat. Actually the disunity in the leaders and organisations of Hindus are the main difficulties to establish a Hindu Rashtra. Now, the Hindu activists must pressurize the Hindu leaders to came to the practical field for making a Hindu Rashtra in Bharat.

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Second Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan to Achieve Hindu Rashtra in Bharat (India) within 2025.

Posted by hinduexistence on May 28, 2013

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Hindus to unite again for establishment of the ‘Hindu Rashtra’ at Second ‘Hindu Adhiveshan’.

imagesHindu Existence Media Bureau | 28 May 2013:: Nearly 250 dignitaries from India and abroad arrived in Goa on Friday to attend the second International Hindu Rashtra Convention from June 6 to10 at the Ramnathi temple in Ponda taluk of Central Goa.

The convention is expected to press for the establishment of a Hindu nation in Bharat, said a press release issued by Shivaji Vatkar, organiser of the convention, here on Friday. Delegates from Nepal, Malaysia, Bangladesh, among other countries, will be present. The convention is being organised jointly by the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Hindu Mahasabha and Pedne Navnirman Samiti.

This convention is determined to find out the solution to stop global persecution upon  Hindus through a thorough discussion over the plights of Hindus in neighboring countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and for Malaysian and NRI Hindus.

Hindu Existence Forum is also a proud participant in this upcoming International Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan in Goa.

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Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram!

The agenda for the ‘All India Hindu Convention’ for the establishment  of Hindu Nation to be held from 6th June to 10th June has been published for the interested and devout Hindus. In  this Convention, devout Hindutva dignitaries from all over Bharat and countries such as, Nepal, Malaysia, Bangladesh etc. will be taking decisions on the direct actions to be implemented for the establishment of the Hindu Nation and in the interest of the Nation and Dharma. Though, the agenda is tentative, may undergo certain changes or taking other matters for discussions, the outline is designed with a practical sense of establishment of Hindu Rashtra in Bharat with in 2025.  Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram.

 

All important Press Release for 2nd Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan. 

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Resurgent Hindu Forces are trying hard to strengthen Hindu Activism upto grass-root level in Eastern Bharat (India).

Posted by hinduexistence on February 6, 2013

Resurgent Hindu Forces are trying to strengthen Hindu Activism upto grass-root level. Two important Hindu Conferences in the Eastern Region to promote Hindu Activism through real unison.

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Diamond Harbour (West Bengal) and Dhanbad (Jharkhand) | Special Correspondent, Hindu Existence | 5th February, 2013:: On 3rd Feb, two vital Hindu conferences were held under the initiatives of JANA JAGARAN MANCH at Diamond Harbour, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal  and TARUN HINDU DAL at Dhanbad, Jharkhand.

While a 700 devout Hindu people assembled at Rabindra Bhavan of Diamond Harbour, another 1200 Hindu warriors thronged at Steel Gate, Sarai Dhela, Dhanbad. The day long programmes  were successfully completed in both places with definite resolution to combat anti Hindu forces in different shapes. While the Hindu leadership at Diamond Harbour resolved to go the streets to protest against rampant Muslim appeasement in West Bengal by the ruling Trinmool Congress Govt, fatal consequences of Love Jihad and for a real consolidation of Hindu Votes , the Hindu resolution at Dhanbad affirmed an exclusion of pseudo “Secular” stature in Bhartiya (Indian) Constitution and the Christian Conversion Conspiracy in Eastern India.

Swami AgamanandaJi (Senior Saint in Bengal), Shri Radhakrishna Pradhan (Ex-Teacher, Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Shri Yogesh Saxena (Renowned Advocate of Allahabad High Court), Shri Amaresh Mukhopadhyay (Renowned Hindu Thinker), Shri Ananda Kumar Arya (Chief, Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, Bengal), Acharya Yogesh Shastri (Arya Veer Dal)  Shri Chittaranjal Sural (Hindu Janajagruti Samiti), Shri Gopal Saha (Nationalist Lawyer Forum), Shri Subhas Chakroborty (Nikhil Banga Nagarik Sangha), Shri Tapan Biswas (Hindu Help Group) and Manas Saha (President, Jana Jagran Manch) were present in the Diamond Harbour Programme of Jana Jagran Manch.

Swami PradiptanandaJi (In-Charge, Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Beldanga Branch), Shri Tapan Ghosh (President, Hindu Samhati), Shri Pradip Khemka (Sanatan Sanastha) and Shri Rajmangal Singh (Tarun Hindu Dal) were present in the Dhanbad programme of Tarun Hindu Dal.

It is reported that 7000 people signed in a petition at Dhanbad to turned down the constitutional amendment of 1976 to include an unnecessary term of ‘Secularism’ in Indian Constitution only to deprive and humiliate Hindus in their exclusive rights in Bharat. A big rally of 1500 persons was the main attraction of Dhanbad Hindu Sammelan. Swami Pradiptanandaji of Bharat Sevashram Sangha reconverted Shri Sidhu Lal, a tribal Christian and other 12 members of his family again through Suddhi Yajna.

The meeting was converted to a mammoth rally. There were hundreds of people in the rally. The rally carried many placards demanding repealing the word “secular” from our constitution, ban on cow slaughter, ban on religious conversions etc. Sri Tapan Ghosh described in Dhanbad meeting about the love that Swami Vivekananda had towards motherland Bharat and asked the workers of Tarun Hindu to love Bharat and Hinduism.

A memorandum was signed by thousands of people in the roadside requesting the president of India to repeal the word “secular” from the constitution of Bharat.
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A Hindu Sangharsh Samiti was constituted in the conference, taking many organizations together, to fight for the causes of the Hindutva.
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In Diamond Harbour “Jana Sachetanata Shivir ( Public Awareness Generation Camp)”, homage paid to the Martyrs of Hindutva, specially in Bengal and announced a big rally of 10,000 Hindus in next phase to regenerate a Hindu Wave to consolidate a Hindu Vote Bank in the ensuing election. In this conference, Shri Tapan Biswas clarified the necessity of making a Hindu Help Group to help the persecuted Hindus in an increasing Islamic atmosphere in Bengal.
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Shri Chittaranjan Sural (HJS) and Shri Pradip Khemka (SS) advocated the Dhrama Jagaran and balance of Brahma Tej and Khastra Tej in making a Hindu Rashtra as a solution of all problems in present India in Diamond Harbour and Dhandad programme respectively.
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Shri Radhakrishna Pradhan and Shri Rajmangal Singh presided over the Sammelans (conferences) at Diamond Harbour and Dhanbad respectively.

Dr. Nila Madhav Das (Chief of Tarun Hindu Dal) and Upananda Brahmachari (Editor, Hindu Existence) were the inspirational source of both the programmes and guided accordingly to regenerate the Hindu Power in Eastern Bharat to ensure the real empowerment of Hindus in this region through a re-establishment of Hindu Rashtra in Bharat.

Jayatu Jayatu Hindu Rashtram!

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A saffron reply to Sushil Kumar Shinde for his ‘Saffron-Hindu Terrorism’ Theory. Thousands Saffron Protesters made huge rally in Mumbai against Anti-Hindu policy of Congress.

Posted by hinduexistence on January 27, 2013

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Mumbai Hindus created a Saffron History by taking a vow to make a Hindu Rashtra  in Bharat on Republic Day by denouncing Anti-Hindu and Saffron Terrorism Thesis by Congress and UPA Govt.

DSC_0223Hindu Existence Bureau | Mumbai | 26th January, 2013 ::  Under the leadership of Sanatan Sanasta, Hindu Janjagruti Samiti and Warkari Sangathan rest of the Hindu Organisations took the Mumbai roads to create a new history of Hindu Activism through giving a highest warning to the Home Minister of Bharat (India), Mr. Sushil Kumar Shinde and Home Minister of Mharashtra, Mr R R Patil for their hackneyed anti-Hindu, Saffron Terrorism Theory.

Thousand of saffron clad Hindus took out a huge protest rally from Kabutarakhana at West Dadar (Mumbai) and went upto Fire Brigrade, Dadar East near Dadar Central Rly Station via Shiv Sena Bhwan, Plaza Cinema, Dadar TT and adjacent areas. Slogans demanding the resignation of the both the Home Ministers in Central and Maharashtra Govt rented the air with a vehement condemnation of anti-Hindu and Pro-Jihadi stand of Congress Govts. Leaders and supporters of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, Shiva Sena,  Rashtriya Warkari Sena, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Jain Seva Sangha, Ved Vidya Gurukul Ashram, Jai Maharashtra Mitra Mandal, Hindu Manavadhikar Manch, Hindu Rashtra Sena, Bajrang Dal, Vajra Dal, Hindu Warriors, Hindu Vidhinya Parishad, Dharma Seva Pratisthan, Ahimsha Sangha, Raghuveer Manavata Goraksha Sangathan and other Hindu organisations actively participated in the rally to regenerate a strong message of Hindutva to pull down any anti Hindu force in a Hindu majority state like Bharat. 

Sri Abhay Vartak of Sanatan Sanastha, Prasad Vadke of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, Bapu Maharaj Raokar of Warkari Mandali, Durgesh Parulkar of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha, Arun Wajekar of Shiva Sena, Makarand Mahadik and Upananda Brahmachari of Hindu Existence led the rally all along with other leaders of different Hindu organisations.

Shouting of slogans demanding Hindu Rashtra in Bharat, condemning anti Hindu administration of Congress and UPA Govt, denouncing Pakistani and  Islamic Terrorism and protesting the level of Terrorism upon Hindutva and Saffron identity of Hindu sacrifice and valour created a great attraction for the passers by and the local citizens who also participated in the rally spontaneously.  Big Cut out of National Hindu leaders like Chatrapati Shivaji, Swami Vivekananda, Bal Gangadahar Tilak, Santyntraveer Savarkar, Bhagat Singh and inspiring slogans of Hindutva all relation Saffron Sacrifice of Hindutva and Nationalism marked the rally in a positive direction. Rebuilding Sri Rama Temple at Aydhoya, stop torture upon Kashmir Hindus, immediate hanging of Afzal Guru (attacker of Indian Parliament), significance of  Hindu Vote Bank were the other major topics of slogans and posters got importance in the rally.

DSC_0272Prasad Vadke, Senior Activist of HJS addressed the rally by saying, Hindus are still 80% of the populace in Bharat and they have a certain pride and respect to the saffron as a symbol of sacrifice and self identity. But, an obstinate Sushil Kumar Shinde declared Hindus as terrorist. Hindus will give a befitting reply by pulling down the Congress Ruling from Delhi to end up their hobnobbing with anti Indian Jihadi force sponsored by Pakistani counterparts.

Prominent Marathi Writer and Hindu Mahasabha Leader, Sri Durgesh Parulkar told the audience that he has three questions to Mr Sushil Shindhe. 1. Three years back some terrorist elements killed some on duty police personnel in Vibvandi (Thane, Maharashtra) by hitting with stones and putting fire on them. What was the colour of Terrorism by then? 2. Who attacked the Maharashtra Police and molested Women Police contingent near Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus in the connection with Azad Maidan hooliganism and what was colour of traitors of the Nation? and 3. What is the colour of those protesters of the historical picture of Chatrapati Shivaji killing Afzal Khan? Sri Parulkar also said that Congress Govt actually wants to defame saffron ideology of Hindutva equated with sacrifice for demeaning the traditional ethos of “Idam Rashtrya Swaha – Idam na Mama ( All these are sacrificed to the Nation, nothing is meant for me), only to grab all the National property and prosperity by the corrupted Congress leaders.

Respected Bapu Maharaj Raokar of Warkari Mandali said that this coward Sushil Shindhe should resign immediately unless he is capable enough to cut off at least two heads of Pakistan soldiers in a retaliation ofthe recent beheadment  of Indian soldiers in Poonch sector in Kashmir. He urged the Hindus topull downthe anti-Hindu Congress Govt in  Delhi in the coming parliamentary election of 2014.

HJS leader, Sri Manoj Khade described that the statement of Sushil Shinde came as a part of international conspiracy of Pan Islamic design to gear up Islamic subversiveness India to straggled down the National Spirit of Hindutva to make a new Pakistan in India. But, he warned the central Govt of India that Sushil Shinde put the fire in the tail of Hanuman again. Now the Hindu Power will completely the burn the Lanka Dynasty of Delhi run by Congress and allies.

Sushri Priyanka Ligade of Hindu Vidhanya Parisad and Advocate of  Mumbai High Court pointed out that the Congress Govt in Delhi may be affected bu jaundice and  relied yellow journalism and its sources against Hindu Patriotism. And consequently seeing all these saffron series in every vision in illusion.  This Govt has lost its credibility through the unfathomable corruption and Delhi Gang rape. They have lost it right to say anything about the nationalist Hindus so far.

DSC_0323Sri Upananda Brahmachari of Hindu Existence surfaced the nonsense of Shusil Kumar Shindhe. He expressed doubt about Shinde’s knowledge and faith about the Saffron History and Hindu heritage of this Holy land. Brahmachari reminded that Chatrapati Shivaji accepted the Saffron Flag of Hindu Padpadsahi as a blessings from his Guru (mentor) Samartha Ramdas Swami.  This saffron flag were set atop the chariot of Arujana driven by Lord Shri Krishna in the Kurukhestra War to establish the truth, justice and divinity in this world. The same saffron flag was adorned by Maharana Pratap. This Saffron spirit always took the challenges of the invaders like Mughals or the British. He emphasized upon the balance of Brahma Tej (Intellectual Spirit) and Khastra Tej (Warrior Spirit) in the regeneration of Hindu Revolution in Bharat once again. Brahmachari urged Nation wide agitations like this type of Saffron Rally against anti-Hindu propaganda and Jihadi subversiveness in every corner of Bharat.

Sri Abhay Vartak, National Co-Ordinator of Sanatan Sanstha pointed out that the conflicts between good and evil is not a new thing. Hindus are always determined to defeat and crush out the evil forces from this holy land. The Muslim inclination of Sushil kumar Sindhe or the anti-Hindu stand of Congress Govt can only be destroyed by establishment of  a Hindu Rashtra in Bharat. Further, Sri Vartak told that the establishment of a sure Hindu Rashtra is a divine design of Hindu saints and also categorically indicated by Sri Sri Bhaktaraj Maharaj,the supreme exponent of Bhakti Andolan in Maharashtra in contemporary age. In that legacy Sri Sri Jayant Athavale the founder of Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti also visualized a Hindu Rashtra in Bharat within 2025. Bhagavan Krishna established the Dhram Rashtra in Bharat through  Kurukhestra. He will certainly re-establish the same Dharmarashtra once again in Modern Bharat. The supporters and workers of Hindu Rashtra is only the tools of a  divine design of Lord Sri Krishna.

The rally and the meeting were ended with a uproraing demand of Hindu Rashtra ~ ‘JAYATU JAYATU HINDU RASHTRAM’, thanks giving to police, administrations and participants and singing of Vande Mataram in full version.

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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.

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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 usThis 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.

Upananda-Raja Bhaiya1. Swami Vivekananda as a Role Model of Hindu Youth of Bharat.

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. 

Courtesy: SRI RAM CHANNEL.  

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Synergic Celebration of the 150th Birth Anniversary of the Cyclonic Hindu Monk of Bharat (India).

Posted by hinduexistence on January 12, 2013

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Swami Vivekananda’s 150th birth anniversary celebrated in Bengal.

SV-22 [CHICAGO, SEPT 1893]IANS | Kolkata | Jan 12, 2012 :: Cultural programmes, a tableau depicting his teachings and colourful processions marked the 150th birth anniversary celebrations of Swami Vivekananda in West Bengal Saturday.

The celebrations started early in the morning at his ancestral house in the city’s Shimla Street, where people from all walks of life assembled to pay homage. A colourful procession, taken out mostly by school children, wound its way through the city’s streets.

Governor M.K. Narayanan paid floral tributes to Vivekananda while his predecessor Gopal Krishna Gandhi was present at the monk’s ancestral house.

At the Belur Math – the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, founded by Swami Vivekananda – the day was celebrated as Youth Day.

At the Math located in Howrah district’s Belur, the celebrations started with mangalarati, special worship, homa, meditation, devotional songs and religious discourses. Here too school children took out a procession. >>Read details here.

Swami Vivekananda’s 150th birth anniversary celebrated in Kerala.

Kozhikode | January 12, 2013 | The Hindu ::  The 150th birth anniversary celebrations of Swami Vivekananda that will begin on Saturday will be marked by a Mahashobhayatra and around 20 Shobhayatras in Kozhikode district.

Chairman of the celebration committee Prabhakaran Paleri will inaugurate the Mahashobhayatra in Kozhikode city at 4 p.m. on Saturday on the Sreekanteshwara temple premises. Shobhayatras that begin from Arayidathupalam, Nadakkavu, and Thiruvani temple and Tali temple will converge with the Mahashobhayatra at various points in the city and will conclude on the Muthalakkulam ground by 6 p.m.

Head of Adwaithashram in Kolathur Swami Chidanandapuri will speak on the occasion. Children dressed as Swami Vivekananda and tableaux on various incidents from his life will be part of the Mahashobhayatra.

Besides Kozhikode city, Shobhayatras will be held at Eramala, Vadakara, Puthuppanam, Nadapuram, Kuttiyadi, Perambra, Koyilandy, Chengottukavu, Thikkodi, Peruvayal, Kuttikkattor, Kundamangalam, Narikkuni, Ullyeri, Atholi, Unnikulam, Thamarasseri, Puthuppadi, Balusseri, and Mukkom. >>Read details here.

Assam observes 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.

PTI | Guwahati | January 12, 2013  ::  Tezpur University Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr Amarjyoti Choudhury today exhorted GenNext to respond to the ideals of Swami Vivekananda who dreamt of a vibrant and strong India.

Describing Vivekananda as a visionary, Choudhury urged the youth to follow Swamiji’s call to discipline their lives for the development of the country.

“We need engineers, doctors scientists, teachers who do not work only for themselves but for the eradication of poverty and hunger and welfare of the country following Vivekananda’s ideals,” the educationist said.

Attending the year-long programme organised here to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, Choudhury said his ideals were relevant considering the prevailing situation in the country.

Vaishnavite monastry Barpeta Sattra’s head Bashishtha Dev Sarma emphaised the need for value based society which could change the future of the nation.

India celebrates 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.

ANI |  New Delhi | Sat Jan 12 2013 ::  To commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda on Saturday, a number of functions are being held across the country.

President Pranab Mukherjee will inaugurate the anniversary celebrations at Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi and release a set of commemorative coins and stamps.

UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi along with several Union Ministers will be present on the occasion.

A National Committee under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was constituted to consider policies, lay down guidelines for the anniversary commemoration and decide on the time frame for related activities.

Madhya Pradesh will observe Swami Vivekanand”s 150th birth anniversary year from January 12 by establishing Vivekananda Youth Centres at district and development block levels.

Swami Vivekananda born as Narendra Nath Datta was a key figure in the introduction of Indian philosophies of Vedanta and Yoga to the western world.

He was also credited with raising interfaith awareness, bringing Hinduism to the status of a major world religion in the late 19th century.

A proud Nation remembers a proud Hindu Swami Vivekananda on his 150th Birth Anniversary.

Bangalore | January 12, 2013 | Samvad Org :: The man who ever remembered as an icon of youth, wisdom, nationalism  universality and brotherhood, Swami Vivekananda, was remembered today across the nation and worldwide through various programmes.

  • Mata Amrutanandamayi, Hon Predident of Swami Vivekananda-150 celebration commitee, RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat and several other noted personalities attended Swami Vivekananda-150 Jayanti Samaroh inauguration ceremony at New Delhi yesterday.
  • RSS Mega convention ‘SWAMI VIVEKANAND YUVA SHIVIR’ began in Kolkata yesterday, in which RSS Joint Gen Secretary Dattatreya  Hosabale addressed a gathering of 12,000 swayamsevaks. The 3-day event will conclude tomorrow, in which RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat will deliver valedictory address at 2pm.
  • Noted Scientist Dr Kasturi Rangan & RSS top functionary V Nagaraj addressed a gathering of 20,000+ at Puttur near Mangalore this morning.
  • Senior RSS Pracharak K Suryanarayana Rao to address Vivekananda-150 Utsav at Ramakrishna Ashram, Basavanagudi Bangalore at 6pm today.
  • In Jayanagar of Bangalore, Vivekananda-150 procession inspired the public, RSS Pranth Pracharak Mukund, ex-DGP Shankar Bidari, Actor Aniruddh addressed the gathering.
  • In more than 2800 colleges of Karnataka, Swami Vivekananda 150 Jayanti celebrations were held reaching the Young Indians meaningfully on National Youth Day.
  • Special Vivekanda Quiz was organised in colleges of Bangalore nearly 400 students participated.
  •  (Updates awaited:)>>Read details here.

Swami Vivekananda 150th birth anniversary celebration at Chicago.

By J.V. Lakshmana Rao | Chicago India Tribune :: Outside India, Chicago occupies an important place in the life and work of Swami Vivekananda, the great Hindu monk. It was here that he got international recognition for himself, for India’s Vedanta and Vedic spirituality and for Hinduism with his maiden powerful “Sisters and Brothers of America” speech at the World’s Parliament of Religions on that historic day – September 11, 1893.

Chicago immortalizes Swami Vivekananda with many landmark monuments like Swami Vivekananda Vedanta Society of Chicago and Sri Ramakrishna Universal Temple in Homer Glen, a larger-than-life size bronze statue of Swami Vivekananda and the Vivekananda Spiritual Center at the Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago in Lemont, a bronze plaque at the  Art Institute of Chicago  commemorating his historic address at the World’s Parliament of Religions.  The City of Chicago has also immortalized Swami Vivekananda by naming a long stretch of prestigious downtown marketplace Michigan Avenue. The stretch in front of the Art Institute has been named as Swami Vivekananda Way. >>Read details here.

Swami Vivekananda and the making of modern India.

By Amiya Prosad Sen | Jan 12, 2013 | TOI :: In several ways, the life and work of Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902) mark the historical process of India rediscovering herself in modern times. These are also emblematic of the ways in which a tradition modernizes or creates alternative forms of modernity. Today, as the nation celebrates the 150th birth anniversary of the Swami, it is only apt that we critically reflect on his life and legacy.

Generally speaking, his contribution to India and to the larger world may be summed up in four ways. First, in modern India, it was Vivekananda who first emphasized that our everyday lives would become more meaningful only when spiritualized. It was in this spirituality that he re-discovered, as it were, India’s message to herself and to the world. For Vivekananda, this spiritual self-realization led to people more fully realizing their own potentialities. Especially in the context of a colonized society like that of 19th century India, this was tantamount to men and women locating greater self-belief in themselves.

The human soul being free, suggested Vivekananda, more than compensated for the loss of political freedom.

Second, even though the Swami rejected political praxis and West inspired social and religious reforms, his essential message was the empowerment of the people: through education, collective thought and action but above all, realizing he underlying unity of all human existence. In the Hindu tradition, ascetic detachment from the world had been criticized even before Vivekananda but it was he who first actively joined the idea of individual renunciation to committed social service. >>Read details here.

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