Mumbai - A protest march was taken out on 21st August to protest against the arrest of innocent seekers of Sanatan in connection with the killings of Dr. Dabholkar and Comrade Pansare, their persecution at the hands of investigating agencies and the unjust demand made by so-called progressive elements to ban Sanatan Sanstha.
Kolkata - Talking to heads of various Durga Puja organisers and Kolkata Police, Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal, on 30th August announced that there will be no Idol immersion after 4 p.m. on 11th October - Vijaya Dashami - as Muharram processions would begin after that. There will be no immersion on 12th October too.
In the 3 Marathi Editions of the ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ published from Goa and Maharashtra, we print a treasure of thoughts from Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale that give us an insight into the pathetic state of our Nation and Dharma, and the only solutions to problems we face today. We reproduce here some for the readers to get the right perspective.
It is shameful for the Hindus that in a ‘secular’ Nation, politicians like Mulayam and Mamta appease Muslims !This is the punishment for Hindus who vote for such politicians !
Lucknow (UP) - On 27th August, Samajwadi Party President Mulayam Singh Yadav said he feels ‘sad’ about ordering Police firing on kar- sevaks during the Ram Temple movement in Ayodhya, but it was necessary to save the Babri Masjid. (Mulayam Singh never says that anti-national Muslim rioters should be killed to save Kashmir !
Ponda (Goa) - Despite being aware of the increasing activities of Sanatan Sanstha and its prestige in the society, ‘The Times Of India’ published a defamatory article with the heading ‘For this cult, critics are demons’ on 20th June 2016.
Chennai - A Division Bench that handled the false case against 6 Dalit students, said that media should not publish the names of advocates and individual judges.
“Publication of names of advocates can lead to indirect soliciting or indulging in advertising the professional abilities of the advocate.
Action against cow-protectors and free run
for butchers is injustice on Hindus !
Devout Hindu organisations protest against the arrest
of Satishkumar Pradhan (Chief of Punjab Gouraksha Dal)
A free run for slaughterers of cows, that Hindus worship, and unjust actions against Gourakshaks (Cow protectors), who are protecting their own religious faith is like hanging the innocent and letting the accused go free.
New Delhi - After clamping down on Zakir Naik, Bangladesh on 19th August asked Bharat to share details of its investigations against the controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik. “From Bangladesh’s side, Zakir Naik’s case has been settled. We have stopped the broadcast of Peace TV.
Srikakulam (Andhra Pradesh) - Worried over prolonged dry spell in the District, the Endowments Department officials offered special prayers to propitiate rain Gods. (Congratulations to the Endowments Department officials ! Such rituals need to be performed by concerned Departments in each State. - Editor)
London (UK) - Nearly 7,000 Islamophobic tweets in English were generated every day in July across the world, with the most significant increase coming after the terror attack in the French city of Nice, according to research conducted by the think tank Demos.
The State has received Rs.1.14 lakh crore
in grants over sixteen years
Where did the money come from ?
J&K has received 10% of all Central grants given to States between 2000-2016, despite having only 1% of the country’s population, analysis by an English Daily of Central and State finances shows. In contrast, Uttar Pradesh makes up about 13% of the country’s population but received only 8.2% of Central grants in 2000-16.
In a country like Bharat , where there is a vibrant Democracy, founded on one of the world’s most liberal and comprehensive Constitution, an organisation like Amnesty International is not only unnecessary, but appears to be redundant. In fact, often one gets the feeling that the Constitution is over-liberal, over-democratic, and even overdone !
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Mankhurd (Maharashtra) - This is the silver jubilee year of Maharashtra Nagar Navanath Seva Sangh (MNNSS) ‘Sarvajanik Ganesh Mandal’. Under its campaign of celebrating Ganeshotsav in an ideal manner, volunteers of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) met the office bearers of this ‘Mandal’ and explained to them various facets of celebrating Ganeshotsav in an ideal manner.
people and not to hurt anyone’s religious or national sentiments.
Protest against the denigration of Shri Ganesh by OLA Cabs !
Bengaluru - OLA is India’s most popular mobile app for transportation, which integrates city transportation for customers and driver partners onto a mobile technology platform.
Solapur (Maharashtra) - “There is a golden opportunity made available by Bhagawan Shrikrushna to businessmen. Resolve to contribute your time for Dharmakarya on Janmashtami by contacting people you come in touch with”, said Mr. Manoj Khadye (Western Maharashtra Coordinator of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti) during a meeting with businessmen here.
Pune (Maharashtra) - A denigrating picture of Shri Ganesh was seen on a hoarding put up by Crystal City, a construction company in Bhosari area. Mr. Yashwant Kardile of Bajrang Dal noted down the contact number of company’s representative from its website, called him up and explained to him about the denigration of Shri Ganesh taking place through the hoarding and how it leads to hurting religious sentiments of Hindus.
Pune (Maharashtra) – In a ‘Comedy Show’ aired on Zee TV channel, great Maratha warrior Bajirao Peshwa, a National hero, had been denigrated. Upset by this denigration, Brahman Jagruti Seva Sangh (BJSS) and other patriots registered a joint protest.
|Dr. (Mrs.) Minoo Ratan|
Dr. Ravi Ratan and his wife Dr. (Mrs.) Minu Ratan came to Sanatan’s Ramnathi Ashram for a workshop on ‘Aromatherapy’. Within 4-5 days,
Dr. (Mrs.) Minu Ratan mingled with the residents of the Ashram and became one of them ! We liked many of her qualities (She is at 62% spiritual level), some of which are enumerated here.
ISIS bigger threat than Pak terrorists : NIA Official
The Law Commission, in its 42nd report, had noticed that the sedition law is 'defective' but did not favour its deletion. In another report, the Commission sought a change in the definition of sedition but did not favour scrapping of the law.
- Kiren Rijiju, MoS, Home Ministry
Nearly 31% of those who claimed to be Allopathic doctors in India in 2001 were educated only till secondary school level, a study by World Health Organisation has found. Some 57% of them did not have any medical qualifications, the report titled ‘The Health Workforce in India’ added.
New Delhi - The Jawaharlal Nehru University panel, which heard the pleas of 21 students in connection with 9th February event, has found all of them guilty of indiscipline.
New Delhi - The Supreme Court on 26th August issued notice to the Central Government on the plea of a Muslim woman challenging the Constitutional validity of ‘triple talaq’ to end a marriage. The apex court tagged this plea with pending matter.
Mumbai - Four years after the Haji Ali Dargah Trust barred women from entering the sanctum sanctorum, the Mumbai High Court lifted the ban on 26th August, saying, “The ban imposed by the dargah trust, prohibiting women from entering the sanctum sanctorum of the Haji Ali Dargah, contravenes Articles 14 (equality before law), 15 (prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth) and 25 (free profession and practice and propagation of religion) of the Constitution.
leads to Dalit Christians’ ghar-wapasi
Thiruvananthpuram (Kerala) - A few Hindu organisations in Kerala had undertaken ‘ghar-wapasi’ drive to bring back converted Hindus. Many ‘Dalit’ families felt dejected with the biased treatment given to them by Christians; therefore, they left Christianity and others are also on the way.
Participate in translation seva to publish Sanatan’s
wealth of Holy texts in all Bharatiya languages !
1. Holy texts published by Sanatan Sanstha in various languages are an invaluable nectar of Knowledge : Holy texts are the best mediums to spread Spirituality. Sanatan Sanstha has an invaluable wealth of Holy texts in various languages. These Holy texts strike a balance between Spirituality and the scientific perspective, and impart Knowledge in a comprehensible manner; these are ideal guides for readers.
- Can women perform Shraddha ?
- Is a crow a link between man and the pitars ?
- REFUTATION OF BASELESS CRITICISM
- It is said that the Shraddha rites are a plot of the Brahmans to earn a livelihood
- It is said that performing Shraddha is an uncivilized act; instead, it is better to donate to social organisations
- It is said that honouring & gifting to the father, grandfather etc. while they are alive is also a Shraddha
Read Sanatan’s Holy text on ‘Shraddha’
Distribute ‘Sanatan Almanac’ before 31.10.2016
All seekers should give priority to distributing this Almanac. Make a list of all your contacts in cities and towns, and contact them accordingly. Plan this seva for young children of seekers, part-time seekers, and active devout Hindus on holidays. Complete the distribution of this Almanac before 31.10.2016.
1. Yadnya is like a boon : In Shrimadbhagwadgeeta, Shrikrushna called Yadnya a ‘Kamadhenu’. Due to the recital of mantras by priests in a scientific manner and with full concentration, not only is the environment purified, but individuals, society and the Nation also benefit from the energy in the mantras.
The Veda Pathashala that teaches ‘Vedavidya’ will play an important role in the ‘Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay’
In future, the students who enroll in the ‘Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay’, a pillar of support for the spiritually curious people throughout the world, will be taught 14 Vidyas (Knowledge) and 64 Kalas (Art forms) in this Vishwavidyalay. By imparting Knowledge on the most important Vidya - ‘Vedavidya’ - efforts will be made to create ideal and sattvik Purohits (Priests).