[GHHF] Assam attracted 7000 Hindus to Maha Jansampark Abhiyan/ Mega Membership drive and public contact Campaign.

25 Feb 2024 388 Views

Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is excited to announce that on the auspicious occasion of Shivaji Jayanti, about 7000 strong Hindus thronged the grand opening ceremony/launching program of the Mega Membership drive campaign of GHHF Assam.
GHHF Assam ground level cadets are working very hard to accomplish the target of reaching 5O,000 people. It will be an uphill task to reach the target. But we are hoping that the enthusiasm of those people who attended the function will match the results. 
                The mission of the Mega event is twofold:
1)      To unite all the Hindus at one platform irrespective of their affiliation with other Hindu groups. Only the unity of thinking, unity of action, unity of affiliation, and unity of pride will be able to bring diverse groups of Hindus together to act as one group. It will strengthen their commitment and determination to face the challenges as a united group instead of working independently.
2)      Global Hindu Heritage Foundation of Assam is committed to represent the wishes and philosophy of Hindus who follow Sanatana Dharma. This would allow Hindus to face the challenges they are facing at the ground level. Protection of Hindu Temples, protection of Hindu girls, challenging the deceptive practices of Christians and Muslims, and inspiring all Hindus to practice their Dharma without any kind of interference from other faiths.
Sri Samrat Dutt, the Board Director of the Global Hindu Heritage Foundation has been working tirelessly for more than three years in Assam, and Manipur, and West Bengal. It is his passion to make sure that Hindus can practice their faith, attend their Temples, and conduct their festivals without any fear and anxiety.
Sri Samrat spoke passionately about the richness of Sanatana Dharma and the need to work jointly to enable Hindus to be proud of their culture.
In his speech, he told the Mega gathering about the need to get united and the advantages of doing it together. The more we are united, the stronger we get. It is difficult for any other faiths to take advantage of our unity. It is only an organization like GHHF that will be able to forge a unified group to represent different ideas.
                It is very important to strengthen our Hindus and at the same, it is the responsibility of every Hindu to work toward strengthening our organization.
How are we working on the ground level?
                We have been engaged in a variety of activities at the ground level and stop the exploitation of Hindus by other faiths.
•         We have started Ghar Wapasi to welcome those Hindus who got converted to Christianity either by force, promises, or allurements.
•         We started about 22 Bala Samskar Kendras educating about 450 children about the greatness of Sanatana Dharma.
•         We saved more than 350 cows from being slaughtered. No other organizations can do this so far.
•         We saved many Hindu girls from love Jihad, we distributed more than 3000 books, and we welcomed more than 200 non-Hindus back to Hindu Dharma.
•         We are working on the development of Adhibasis
•         We are working for the betterment of women; started a special team viz TEJASWINI.
So, based on these activities we are appealing to all the Hindus present here to join us, work with us, represent Hindu ideals, and protect our sisters and brothers.
Sri Samratji exhorted the audience by asking “Will Join me.” “Will you work with us? Will you stand for Hindu Dharma? Will you protect our Sanatana Dharma?
All the present Hindus were jubilant and excited to hear his peak.
They responded by saying “Yes. Yes. Yes.”
The Mega event concluded by chanting loudly “Jai Sri Ram, Jai Sri Ram, Jai Sri Ram.”
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