The 5th All India Hindu Adhiveshan will be held Ramnath Temple, Ponda (Goa) from June 19 to 25. This Hindu Adhiveshan (Hindu conclave) has its goal to find the causes and ways for the establishment of a Hindu Rashtra in Bharat within 2025.
Addressing a press conference at Panaji, Goa on June 16, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti National Guide Dr Charudatta Pingale said the convention will mark the participation of more than 400 delegates belonging to 161 pro-Hindu organisations from 22 States of India as well as those from neighbouring countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka.
He said the 5th All India Hindu Convention would aim to provide thrust to the ongoing programmes to establish a Dharma rashtra in Bharat under the guidance of the Holy Saints and Scriptures. This Forum of Hindu Adhiveshan has been trying for years to ventilate the Hindu issues and demands democratically for the legitimate rights and reclamation of a Hindu Rashtra in Bharat for over 1 billion Hindus of the world.
The sacred land of Gomantak is going to witness a national level Hindutva movement towards the lofty aim of Establishment of the Hindu Rashtra. After 4 successful years, the 5th All India Hindu Adhiveshan will be held between the 19th and 25th of June 2016, at the Shri Ramnath Temple, Ponda (Goa). This convention will mark the participation of more than 400 delegates belonging to 161 pro-Hindu organizations from 22 States of India as well as those from neighbouring countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka. The delegates are involved in various fields like protection of temples, cow-protection as well as working against denigration of Hindu religious icons, Love Jihad and religious conversion. The common minimum programs that were devised over the last 4 conventions led to the successful implementation of various pro-Hindu programs as well as unification of Hindus. The information was provided by H. H. Dr. Charudatta Pingale (National Guide, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti), while addressing a press conference. He said that the 5th All India Hindu Convention will aim to provide thrust to the ongoing programs. Shri. Shivaprasad Joshi (Hindu Mahasabha), Advocate Nagesh Takbhate (State Secretary, Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad, Goa), Shri. Chetan Rajhans (Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha) and Shri. Ramesh Shinde (National Spokesperson, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) were present during the press conference.H. H. Dr. Pingale further said that, any demands of Hindus that have gathered dust for years are still pending, despite having a pro-Hindu government in power. The government has not taken a firm stand on issues like the rehabilitation of Kashmiri Hindus, ban on cow slaughter, construction of Shriram Temple at Ayodhya etc.
So the pro-Hindu organizations have come forward to get the message of the Establishment of Hindu Rashtra to the masses, through the medium of the Hindu Adhiveshan. As an outcome of the previous 4 conventions, monthly Rashtriya Hindu Andolan demonstrations (for various causes in national and Hindu interests) are being held in 50 places across 10 states. Also, 51 regional and state level conventions have been organized with the view of grass root level unification of organizations.
Dignitaries who will be attending the convention will include H. H. Swami Shrirambalakdasji Maharaj (Chattisgarh), Shri. Madhav Bhattarai (former Rajguru to the Nepal Royalty, Shri. Maravanpulavu Sachithananthan (Former Administrative official, Sri Lanka), Shri. Suresh Chavanke (Chief Editor, Sudarshan News Channel), H. H. Sadhvi Rekha Behanji (Yoga Vedant Samiti of Santshree Asaram Bapu), Shri. Arjun Sampath (Founder President, Hindu Makkal Katchi, Tamil Nadu), Shri. Satishkumar Pradhan (Founder President, Punjab Goraksha Dal), Shri. Rajasingh Thakur (BJP Member of Telengana Assembly for Goshamal AC, Bhagyanagar), Advocate Harishankar Jain (President, Hindu Front for Justice), Shri. Rahul Kaul (Coordinator, Youth for Panun Kashmir), Shri. Suryakant Kelkar (Convener, Bharat Raksha Manch), Advocate Sanjiv Punalekar (National Secretary, Hindu Vidhidnya Parishad), Shri. Abhay Vartak (National Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha).
Training program to develop Hindu Rashtra Sanghatak !
Those who are working tirelessly for the nation and Dharma face many problems. To overcome these problems and also for the development of the various qualities of the attendees, a training session with the aim of developing the attendees into a Hindu Rashtra Sanghatak has been organized within the convention. Shri. Chetan Rajhans, Spokesperson, Sanatan Sanstha said that the training session will include topics such as effective use of the RTI Act, organizing lawful protests and campaigns, personality development etc.
Shri. Ramesh Shinde invited interested pro-Hindus to benefit from the All India Hindu Adhiveshan, which will be broadcast live over the HinduJagruti.org website.
__with inputs from UNI & HJS.