VHP appeals Hindus worldwide to join the programme for liberation of Ramjanmabhoomi
VISHWA Hindu Parishad appealed to the Hindus living outside Bharat to support the Vijay Mahamantra Japa programme beginning from Varsha Pratipada, April 11for liberation of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya. The programme will conclude on May 13, Akshya Tritaya. In an appeal VHP general secretary Shri Champat Rai said the programme will be held across the world and apart from India lakhs of people are going to join it outside Bharat also. He said the Hindus have been requested to make it convenient to undertake the Yagnas in their area and also introduce it to their family members and friends living in various parts of the world. People may tailor the programme as may be suitable to them.
Talking to Organiser Shri Champat Rai said the saints assembled at the Maha Sammelan held during Prayag Kumbha on February 7 this year gave a clarion call for the reconstruction of a grand Temple of Nativity to Sri Ram Lala (Divine Infant Sri Ram) at Ayodhya and gave vent to their fury against the long overdue continuation of the current makeshift rag temple which they said must no longer be put up with by the devotees of Sri Ram – the World Hero who defeated global terrorism and re-established the Rule of Law and Righteousness – and replaced by a splendid Temple.
In order for facilitation of early reconstruction of the Temple at the birthplace, the saints called upon the people at large to practice the winning formula (Vijay Mahamantra/victory prescription), viz., “Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram!” under a 33-day schema of Jap-Yagna. They called upon every single Hindu family to say 13 Rosaries (A standard rosary contains 108 beads) of the said Vijay Mahamantra everyday from April 11, 2013 (Chaitra Shukla Pratipada) to May 13, 2013 (Vaishakh Shukla 3).
How and When the Japa-Yajna
On Varsh Pratipada, a family together can visit the temple in the vicinity, take a Sankalp (pledge) to undertake the 33-day Japa-yajna and get going on the yajna track that day itself by saying 13 Rosaries of the Vijay Mahamantra. Every Jap-Karta (Jap-Practitioner) should introduce the Jap-Yagna programme into at least 11 families s/he knows. Several individual members of a family can also do the Japa exclusively on their own. In fact, it is the wish of the Ven. Sants that every individual member of every family should make it convenient to do the Japa. The family that is conducting the Japa-Yagna can unfurl a saffron flag at its rooftop/housetop. The Japa-Karta can wear a Sankalp-Sootra (Oath-Band) on a wrist. They can maintain a diary to record the Japa (chant) numbers and other relevant facts and figures. The youth power should be mobilised to take part in the programmes in huge numbers. The role of Mothers and Sisters can be powerful and effective.
The Mohallites/Villagers can come together in a temple to conduct collective Japa. The Japa-Kartas and organisers should make efforts to take this programme to the institutions and places they know such as schools, temples, dharmic, social and business establishments, etc. The Purnaahuti (finale) programme of the Jap-Yagna on 13th May, 2013 (Akshyay Tritiya Day) may be conducted in the form of processions from one end to the other crisscrossing a city/town/village and collective chanting/musical Sankirtan of “Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram” and the convoys should march past all temples en route marked by involved rendezvous with them all.