Herald: Carry out mission for dharma fearlessly: Hindu convention

Carry out mission for dharma fearlessly: Hindu convention

27 Jun 2016 05:52am IST

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27 Jun 2016 05:52am IST

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PONDA: Stressing the need to carry out the mission for dharma fearlessly instead of joining dirty politics, BJP’s Telangana MLA Raja Singh Thakur said an individual, who dedicates himself to the cause of dharma is protected by God.

Speaking at the concluding session of the 5th All India Hindu Convention in the Ramnathi Temple meeting hall, the BJP legislator said, “Principle-based politics was practised in the past. However, now it has undergone a change. Today, there is a vast difference between talks and actual actions of politicians. One needs to face many obstacles in carrying out the mission for dharma after joining politics. 

Maharajadhiraj Maharao Raghuvirsinhji Bahadur of Sirohi Sansthan, Rajasthan; Prof Rameshwar Mishra, Director, Hindu Vidya Kendra, Varanasi; Dr Madhav Bhattarai, President, Rashtriya Dharmasabha Nepal and Dr Charudatta Pingale, National Guide of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti were present on the dais. 

In his speech, Prof Rameshwar Mishra stated that Nationalism without sadhana (spiritual practice) is hollow and it leads towards destruction. 

Presently, anti-Dharma forces are being glorified. The danger of ISIS is increasing all over the world. 

'Nepal was the only Hindu Rashtra in the world. However, it was declared as a secular nation by “overlooking” the opposition of citizens of Nepal. Hindus in Nepal are fighting for restoring Nepal as a Hindu Rashtra, and we will succeed within 2 years in our mission', said Dr Madhav Bhattarai. 

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