Thousands participated in Mammoth Dharma sabha in Pune

published on December 1, 2013

Seven thousand Hindus attend Shankarachyarya sabha
Even today all over the world Hindus are the toppers academically

Srimat Jagatguru Shankarachyarya

Swami Nishchalanand Saraswati Maharaj
 
Pune – “ It is wrong to neglect the eternal (Sanatan) Principles (of Dharma). In these times of science, people are forgetting our culture and tradition. Today, in the whole world, Hindus are the top intellectuals however due to the inactiveness of our politicians the proper use and spread of our Dharma (Righteousness) did not
happen. If we do not follow our Sanatan Dharma or Varnadharma ,Achardharma (Code of righteous conduct), Kuldharma (Duties of the family, passed on from one generation to the next, to be followed religiously) then humans will just be an human production machine “, stated Puri Pithadheeshwar, Srimat Jagatguru Shankarachyarya Swami Nishchalanand Saraswati Maharaj.

He was addressing the Hindus in the mammoth Dharma-sabha held at Tulsibaugwale colony, Sahakarnagar, Pune by Sanatan sanstha and Hindu Janjagruti Samiti on 27th Novemeber 2013. More than seven thousand Hindus took benefit of this meeting. Present at the meeting were Bharatacharya S. G. Shevde, Moreshwar Ghaisas Guruji, Devotee of Samarth Pujya. Mandarbua Ramdasi, H.B.P Shyamji Maharaj Rathod from the Warkari Sect along with many other dignitaries of various organizations.

Shankarachrya further added, “Our lifestyle and education system today are directionless and that is the reason why no one is progressing in our country. In the name of progress the whole world has been pushed towards darkness. The youth should learn from our history and become successful with the help of inner spiritual power.

With regard to the ban which the government is trying to put on Sanatan sanstha, Shankaracharya
stated,”Today everywhere there is the trend of banning Hindu organizations or organizations working for Dharma. The politicians who want bring about such an hindrance/obstruction should realize that they are bringing an hindrance to themselves and going down. Such type of Dharma-sabhas are full of Chaitanya and inspiration for the Hindus so it is necessary that such sabhas happen everywhere. With this the politicians will be in control and we too will be able to promote Sanatan tradition.

At the start of the Dharma-sabha Swami Nirvikalpananda Saraswati sang the Mangalashatak and Acharya Zamman Shastri introduced the Peeth Parishad. National spokesperson of Hindu Janjagruti Samiti Shri.

Ramesh Shinde explained the aim of the Dharma-sabha and Saint of Sanatan sanstha Pujya. Nandkishore Jadhav explained the work of sanstha.

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  1. Raj Puducode Reply

    December 1, 2013 at 2:45 pm

    Remember Maha secular learers listen to violence only
    MALEGAON: The Muslim Reservation Federation (MRF) here has demanded the state government to announce a suitable quota for the Muslim community by October 31 or face agitation.

    Accusing chief minister Prithviraj Chavan of not keeping his word, MRF volunteers will hold a ‘dharna’ in Mumbai’s Azad Maidan to remind him of the promise he had made to them around three months ago.

    When the MRF volunteers met Chavan on May 27, he had promised that the Dr Mehmud ur-Rehman committee’s report would be made public within a month. He also promised that based on the committee’s findings, the government would initiate action to provide the Muslim community reservation in government jobs and educational institutions for admissions, said Asif Shaikh, president of the MRF. “But nothing constructive happened at the state secretariat on the subject. This, despite the fact that Dr Mehmud ur-Rehman had submitted the final report to the government,” Asif Shaikh said.

    “We are giving the state government time till October 31. If it fails to release the report and initiate action on our demand, we will start a ‘jail bharo andolan’ from the first week of November,” he said. The Mehmud ur-Rehman committee was set up in 2008, at the behest of then chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, to look into the socio-economic and educational status of the Muslims in Maharashtra. The government had asked the committee to submit its recommendations for the empowerment of the community, which according to the Sachar committee, is lagging behind others in all fields.

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