Pay Homage to Swamy Shradhanand on his Martyrdom day

published on December 20, 2009

Mahatma Munshi Ram was born at Talwan Village in Jalandhar (Punjab) on February 2, 1856. The magic of great social reformer and vedic scholar, Maharshi Dayanand Saraswathi totally changed a spoiled young Munshiram (later Swamy Shradhanand) into an Arya Missionary and a national leader.

He actively participated in freedom struggle and motivated many revolutionaries to fight against the alien rulers. He was the Chairman of reception committee of Amritsar Congress session in 1919 just after Jalyanwala Bagh massacre and successfully conducted this session. He established Gurukul Kangri with one teacher (himself) and two students (his two sons) which is now a famous university.

He was the first non muslim to deliver sermon from the rampart of Jama Masjid of Delhi. Above all he was a preacher of vedic dharma. He spearheaded the shudhi movement and brought back thousands of converted Hindus to vedic religion. During the 1921 Malabar rebellion he came to Kerala for rescue works and brought back thousands of forcible converted hindus to their parent religion. He also actively participated in Vaikkom Sathyagrah.

He founded Bharatheeya Hindu Shudhi Sabha in 1923. He succumbed to the stabbing by a fanatic Muslim named Abdul Rasheed on 23rd Dec. 1926. Let us pay homage to this immortal Arya Missionary and dedicate ourselves for the cause of propagation of vedic dharma!

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