Temples under non-Hindu control-What can a single Hindu do?

via Ghatotkacha Nair published on September 2, 2011

1. While going to a temple, enquire whether the temple is under the control of the HR&CE Department / Devaswom Board / Devasthanam Board. These Departments and Boards are controlled by anti-Hindu “secular” politicians. The money put in the Hundis of such ALIENATED HINDU TEMPLES go straight to the treasury of the anti-Hindu “secular” governments. Such HINDU WEALTH will be squandered on Hajj committees, Jerusalem visits, Christian-run government-aided schools and Muslim Madrassas.

Even the Maulavis are given pension out of the HINDU WEALTH in such ALIENATED HINDU TEMPLES. The HINDU WEALTH IN TEMPLES is stolen and given to Christians and Muslims so they can breed more and convert more.

If you go to an ALIENATED HINDU TEMPLE, please do give money to the employees of the temples like poojaris, watch and ward staff and sweepers but DO NOT PUT MONEY IN THE TEMPLE HUNDI, no matter how famous they are .

2. Do not give any money to Christian Missionary charities like Child’s Relief and You, World Vision etc. They will take your money and convert orphaned Hindu children into rabid Hindu-haters.

3. There are Hindu-run orphanages, old-age homes and schools for deprived children. Please help them financially.

4. Please give money only to temples run by Hindus and encourage the administration to start Sanskrit classes, veda pathashala, schools, orphanages, old-age homes and to take over and re-establish dilapidated temples.

5. Convince your relatives and friends not to give money to ALIENATED HINDU TEMPLES.

6. When the Hindu Temple-goers stop giving money to the ALIENATED HINDU TEMPLES then those Temples will become poorer and the anti-Hindu “secular” politicians, – be they of the Congress variety or the Communist ilk – will no longer want to control the those cash-starved Temples. Then it will be easier for the Hindus to retrieve control of ALIENATED HINDU TEMPLES and administer them for the benefit of the Hindu society.

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