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HENB | Kolkata | Aug 4, 2016:: In the month of July, three significant programmes of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) held in Bengal for the spiritual development and for the advancement of Hindu Rashtra movement.
On July 10th, a rural meeting (gramin sabha) was held in Usthi, South 24 Parganas in the presence of HJS coordinator (East and North Eastern zone), Shri Chittaranjan Sural, Shri Upananda Brahmachari, editor- Hindu Existence website, Shri Sumanta Debnath, Member HJS Bengal Chapter, Shri Bikarna Naskar, Coordinator- Dharma Utthan Samiti, Shri Pratap Hazra of Bhavani Sena and Advocate Bitan Mondal. 86 devout Hindu youths participated in the meeting held for propagating the importance of practice of Dharma in day to day life and regeneration of Hindu Rashtra in Bharat.
While Shri Sural discussed about the way of Sadhana (penance) according to present time in various crisis faced by the Hindu activists, Shri Upananda Brahmachari urged all the participants in the meeting to strengthen the movement for Hindu Rashtra with full devotion and dedication.
“If we won’t be able to make local strength to protect our Dharma, our people, land, women folk, economy and cow progeny, it is impossible to get our desired Hindu Rashtra in stipulated time”, Brahmachari said. He stressed on the balanced persuasion of Brahmatej (the power of knowledge based on spirituality and scriptural values) and the Khastratej (the warrior power to fight against all evils and anti Hindus) to achieve the Hindu Rashtra as per the guidance of Sanatana Sadhaks (ascetics).
The participants discussed about various problems like love jihad, land jihad, double standard police and administration in Bengal to suppress the Hindu movements, cow protection, temple protection and maintenance in their work zones for searching the remedial measures and solution.
A spiritual practice session was conducted in Usthi area on 3oth July in which 34 aspirants were exhorted for the right way of Dhrama Sadhana and spiritual practices. Shri Chittaranjan Sural conducted the practical session of Sadhana and Shri Sumanta Debnath elaborated the practice of Dharma in day to day life of sadhakas and the way of the elimination of ego from every activists attached to Hindutva movement. The programme was convened by Shri Pratap Hazra.
Another spiritual practice session was conducted on 31st July in Canning area of South 24 Parganas where 47 devout Hindus (both male and female) were present. While Shri Pratap Hazra described the activities of HJS, Shri Bikarna Naskar shared his personal benefits through the regular spiritual practices for the last six months. Shri Sumanta Debnath gave an outline of Dharma Sadhana in life and took a Nam Jap (repeated chanting of holy names of Almighty) session according to the need of individual aspirants. This programme was convened by Shri Bikarna Naskar.
Regular ‘spiritual practice session’ and ‘nam sankirtan satra’ are being held in these two places since last few months. In Canning a good numbers of Hindu temples are united in a network of Dharma Utthan Samiti for the proper maintenance of the temples so that those may cater the proper dharmik services and spiritual guidance in the area.
In the meanwhile a delegation of HJS comprising Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, Hindu Existence Forum, Nikhil Banga Nagarik Sangha and Dharma Utthan Samiti met Hon’ble Governor of West Bengal for giving a deputation to stop the entry of infamous Zakir Naik in India. The delegation also highlighted various Hindutva matters including the rampant Hindu persecution in the state.