It is not enough to just talk or write about Hindu Unity , we should act – Hindu Parliament

via HK published on May 25, 2010

Thiruvananthapuram: Hindu Parliament concluded here on Sunday reminded Hindu society about their responsibility to safeguard our cultural heritage and prestige and for that all Hindus irrespective of their caste or political differences should come forward and act in unison. Hindus should fight together to regain their lost  rights and to protect the existing rights . The scion of the Travancore Royal family  Uthradom Thirunal read out the declaration of Hindu Parliament for the revival of Hinduism in Kerala.

“Hindus must unite – it is not enough to just talk or write about this, we should act.”urged Sri Uthiradam Thirunal. Inaugurating the first Hindu Parliament public meeting , Sri Uthiradam Thiurnal said just as the five fingers have to act in unison, so also Hindus should act united.

Over the past Fifty years alternative Kerala Government were busy appeasing Minorities and as a result Hindu Society has reduced to a mere mob without any direction. They have been duped by the Political parties and for them it was easy to marginalise Hindus culturally and socially. Hindus should realize the political agenda of Political parties who want to control and subjugate them by dividing the combined strength of Hindus.

It was under this scenario Chengottukonam Madathipathi late Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi put forward the idea of Hindu parliament. Hindu Mahamandalam meet of 1950, Hindu leadership meet of 1956, Visala Hindu Mahasammelan of 1984 and Annually held Cherukolpuzha Hindu meet are all organised with this agenda of unifying Hindu society in Kerala.

More than 120 Hindu organisations along with Thantris from Sabarimala , Guruvayur and other temples, Historians , Cultural leaders and Social workers are part of the Hindu Parliament now.

Works of  Thunchath Ramanujan Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nampoothiri , Kunchan Nambiar etc paved way for Hindu revivalism and acted as a guiding light for Hindus from generation to generation. Such cultural treasures should be passed on to our youth and next generation to prevent the spiritual decline prevalent in current generation.

BJP leader O Rajagopal presided the meet , Bharatheeya Vicharakendram Director P Parameswaran and other leaders addressed the audience. The messages of Mata Amrithanandamayi, Swami Kaivalyananda, Sabarimala Tantri Kandararu Maheswararu and Vellappally Natesan, general secretary of the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana Yogam, were read out at the session.

Renovating the two-century-old Maha Ganapathy temple at Palayam in Thiruvanathapuram city will be taken as a top priority. The Juma Masjid and the St. Joseph’s Cathedral at Palayam had often been described as a symbol of secularism in the State. But this great temple near to both other religious places has been conspicuously ignored, told Parameswarji.

Those attended pledged in the name of Bhagvad Githa to protect and safe guard our culture and move forward by keeping aside all petty differences.

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