Protest the move to Ban Sanatan Sanstha

via published on October 21, 2008

 Mumbai, 13 October 2008 – Making an issue of the bomb blast in Gadkari Rangaytan, Thane, leader of Nationalist Congress Party, Sharad Pawar and Home Minister of Maharashtra R.R.Patil have asked for a ban on the Sanatan Sanstha. Since elections are near politicians are using their political power to utilise the issue of Sanatan Sanstha for vote bank politics.

      Police themselves have accepted and stated in their press conferences that there is no role of Sanatan Sanstha in the Thane Bomb blast. The Police force is successfully arresting anti-national Muslim terrorists in large numbers. Due to this Muslims are getting angry and to appease them these politicians are now trying to portray just that they are banning Hindu Organizations like Sanatan.

      Sanatan has already denied any role in this blast and condemned the whole incident. Sanatan is helping the Police in all possible ways.

      Sanatan Sanstha works with the main objective of spreading Spirituality in the society, trying to inculcate righteous behaviour in the people and imparting individual guidance to seekers for their spiritual upliftment. To protect the Nation and Dharma, Sanatan Sanstha has always protested lawfully against unrighteous acts.

      Sanatan Sanstha is actively involved in organising activities like Balsanskarvargs, providing relief measures during calamities, training people in first-aid and fire fighting, conducting free eye-testing camps, blood-donation camps, conducting lectures on stress management, programmes for the Police and Army all over the country, helping the Police maintain discipline during pilgrimages and carrying out tree plantations etc.

      Ignoring all the above-mentioned social work being done for the past 18 years, how can anyone make an unjustified demand of banning the Sanstha?

      Some (ir)responsible political leaders in high posts, by comparing a Spiritual and Nationalist Organisation like Sanatan Sanstha to a terrorist organisation like SIMI, are proving that they can stoop to low levels for votes.

      By the grace of God, Saints and love of Hindus we are not scared of any political oblation of Sanatan Sanstha for vote bank politics. If someone tries to ban Sanatan Sanstha, then we will devoutly oppose this and you will definitely see a huge political impact in the coming elections.

Use this link to send protest mail to Chief Minister of Maharashtra

Chief Minister Office – Contact number : +91- 022 – 2202 5151 / 522

What is Sanatan Sanstha ?

Sanatan Sanstha is a Charitable Trust based in India. For the last 17 years, Sanatan Sanstha is engaged in spreading the Science of Spirituality for the benefit of mankind. The primary objective of the Sanstha is to acquaint the curious about Spirituality in a scientific manner and guide them to undertake spiritual practice according to their respective religious precepts, to make progress towards God-realization. In the process, Sanatan Sanstha aims to create awareness about the role each one of us has in bringing about communal harmony and building a healthy society to usher in a “Raam-raajya” like just, divine era wherein society flourishes spiritually and materially.

A word about Growth of Sanatan Sanstha

From a handful of seekers (that is, volunteers practicing Spirituality for God-realization) and centers in Maharashtra at the time of inception in 1990, by Guru’s Grace, Sanatan Sanstha now has over a thousand full-time seekers, staying in 6 Ashrams located in various parts of Bhaarat (India) and thousands more linked to over 2000 centers in Bhaarat and overseas.

Life at Sanatan’s Ashrams and centers

Sanatan Sanstha’s ashrams and centers are centers for learning Spirituality and Dharma, and examples of how to lead a spiritual life at an individual level and in society, even in the current era of conflict and stress. On the background of the recent allegations about Sanatan Sanstha, a report from Hindustan Times on the simple life at Sanatan’s ashram in Panvel, near Mumbai:


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