GHHF Ghar Waapasi – Visited Several Villages, spoke at Republic Day function, explained the Christian Missionaries True Nature

04 Feb 2022 923 Views

Amaury de Riencourt , (12 June 1918 - 13 Jan 2005) , French scholar said

“Hinduism is lifestyle, where human beings are exalted to God himself.... All living beings, human, animals, and plants do have an element of God, the soul and again a part of a kind of suzerainty. The Hindu trinity, the creator, Brahma, did not create the human being on one fine morning at 5 o’clock, but a thought is created, an action is taken, a possibility opens up by Brahma, and Vishnu sees it conducted perfected, while Shiva ends it. 

Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is very happy to initiate the Ghar Waapasi program in around Pittapuram in East Godavari District. It is a deeply religious place with historical significance. It is regarded as one of the 18 Shakti Peethams. Sri Puruhutika Devi Temple is located within the Temple complex of Sri Kukkuteswara Swamy Temple. Pilgrims take bath in Pada Gaya Sarovar and have a darshan of Devi.

Pithapuram is also known as the birthplace of Sri Pada Vallabha, the first incarnation of Lord Dattatreya that took place in 1320 AD. SRI PADA SRIVALLABHA is the most powerful Avatara and many people believe that he is capable of destroying the difficulties, losses, miseries, and obstacles occurring in the lives of His dedicated devotees.

In January 2020, numerous Gods and Goddesses were destroyed and even the God’s picture on the flexes on the streets was torn down. According to the news reports, some unidentified miscreants used hammers to disfigure cemented idols of Lord Ganesha, Hanuman, Sai Baba, and Durga Mata in the Bajranj temple located in the open shed in Suravarapu street in Agraharam and also destroyed various Hindu god flex banners installed in the open space along the roadside in nearby areas on the outskirts of Pithapuram town.

Visited Several Villages

Vinay Ambavarapu and Esubabu talked to the villagers and reminded them about the importance of Dharma and why we should protect it. Because of our indifference and not practicing our Hinduism, Christians are exploiting our ignorance. He said that we need to know the differences between Hinduism and Christianity. He and Esubabu spent hour talking to the villagers of Kirlampudi , about 17 km from Pithapuram.  

·        He explained that we are responsible for  the plight of Hinduism. of Hinduism together with all of  them . Our team told the villagers to keep an eye on the Christian missionaries and ask several questions about their incest, hated and deception practices.
·        Whenever they come, it is our custom to welcome any body by putting Tilak on their forehead and insist on putting. They really appreciated our Pracharaks talking about it.

In Virava village, our Pracharaks met ant talked about:

·        The talked about Hindu rights and how to encounter the Christians by distributing the flier that contains all the constitutional rights.

In Diwili Tirupati, they attended Republic Day function and spoke to the students:

·        They spoke about the importance of Republic Day and the remembered a number of heroes who sacrificed their life to achieve Independence and the leaders who struggled to free the country from the British.
·        They asked the villagers to submit Right to Information Act form to the Endowment Officials to find out what is happening the local Temples.

Visited Kandrakota Village

·        They spoke about the Islamic University and how GHHF exposed the existence for the first time. Now the High Court has given verdict to demolish the building.
·        Spoke to a group of Students about our traditions and customs starting in the morning until we go to bed. Our scriptures have documented the reasons for whatever we do. It is all scientific.

 They asked the villagers to come and meet as a group and discuss our future plans to encounter Christians. They explained to the villagers that they would help them to face the threat of Christians and also said Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is fully behind the and give full support to help them practice their faith and encounter the Christian aggression.

They have showed the book comparing Bhagavad Gita and Bible and read few passages to their surprise. They were shocked to learn the hatred toward parents and relative. 
 Jesus Christ showed the original form He was very shocked Explaining

Catherine Nixey wrote a book entitled “The Darkening Age” describing the atrocities committed all over the world wherever they went by demeaning the local culture, destroying the local temples and insulting the local scriptures. She makes some valid points about violence, intolerance, and iconoclasm in Christian history. These techniques served as a major weapon in the arsenal of antireligious polemic for years to come. Nixey powerfully describes the ruthless destruction of pagan temples, shrines, and institutions in the century after Constantine’s decision to tolerate the new faith.


We appreciate it if you can help in hiring more people who can go to these villages to do Ghar Waapasi. We have employed twenty people so far. More people we hire more villages can be covered to welcome them back and also create Chaitanya (Awareness) among the students and villagers.

1) Donate any amount to help the Dharma Pracharaks to work at the ground level.

2) Sponsor one Pracharak: In order to expand our base and hire one Pracharak, it would cost approximately $3000.00 per year. We have five anonymous donors who sponsored Assistants.


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