A training camp for the workers of Hindu Jagran Manch, Delhi Prant, was organised at Sewa Dham from May 28 to 30. A total of 124 activists underwent organisational training at the camp.
Speaking at the concluding ceremony on May 30, Uttar Kshetra Sanghachalak Dr Bajrang Lal Gupt said Hinduism is the most modern way of life and is not outdated as is termed by some illiterate scholars. He said the God is omnipresent and this truth has been accepted even by the modern scientists. “The God is one and there are many ways to reach Him. Those who claim that only their path is correct are wrong and are responsible for the conflicts. This is a fact that we can reach the epicentre from any direction. The Hindu culture is not bigoted, it is based on eternal truth and is universally accepted and scientifically proved since ages,” Dr Gupt said.
Earlier, inaugurating the camp on May 28, Delhi Prant Pracharak Shri Prem Kumar stressed the need to activate the educated people in various social activities. “The inactiveness of educated and elite section is not good for any society. The evil forces will continue to dominate till the good forces do not become active. Therefore, it is need of the hour to activate the literate people and engage them in constructive activities,” he said.
Kshetra Sampark Pramukh Shri Laxman Dev elaborated on the Bharat of our dreams-A sampurna rashtra, rich in all respects and self-sufficient. Shri Anil Vartak of Videsh Vibhag informed the activists about the countries where the local Indians (migrated from India centuries back and now settled there) preserve and protect their Hindu culture by celebrating Hindu festivals and following their traditions and imparting samskars to young generations. He said the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh shakhas also assist them in this cause.
Poorvi Vibhag Sanghachalak Shri Ishwar Das admired the irrepressible character of Hindu culture, in spite of continuous invasions and dynastic rule by force more than thousand years by Muslims and Christians.
President of Hindu Manch, Delhi, Shri Jai Bhagwan Chauhan emphasised on the relevance of Hindu Manch in modern age and exhorted the workers to attain its objectives in all its dimensions. He said only a united and awaken society can foil the game plans of the enemy. He called upon the workers to devote their maximum time for awakening the Hindu society about the threats it is facing from many directions.