GHHF Roundup of our Activities at the Ground Level June 1-10.

14 Jun 2023 493 Views

GHHF is listing the posts that were posted during June 1-10 to enable the readers who may have missed reading these activities. We are conducting several activities in six different States in India and Bangladesh. We appreciate your support in conducting these activities. Your continued support will help us to continue our activities at the ground level and also help us expand our activities to other locations.

1. Sponsored TWO movie shows enabling about 600 Hindu Girls to watch “The Kerala Story” – to prevent them being trapped, raped and converted by Muslims (6/1)

Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is very happy to sponsor TWO show enabling Hindu girls to watch the move to find out how Hindu girls are exploited, cheated, manipulated, subjugated, demoralized and enslaved. The Kerala Story will make our Hindu girls to learn first hand how they can be sexually exploited, raped and even killed. How they can be sold to other countries and may not see the day light.

2. Taking Care of Cows and other Animals during these Hot Summer Months by providing water – Placing Water Tubs in different locations with our Website name – Savetemples (6/2)

Global Hindu Heritage is very happy to announce that our volunteers have been making Water TUBS with GHHF logo and We have been providing this service for the last three years in various locations. Since 2020, GHHF is providing this service to these animals. The Directive Principles of State Policy contained in Article 48 of the Constitution reads, “The State shall endeavour to organize agriculture and animal husbandry on modern and scientific lines and shall, in particular, take steps for preserving and improving the breeds, and prohibiting the slaughter of cows and calves and other milch and draught cattle.”

3. Bala Samskar Kendras – Students are learning Mrityunjaya Mantra, its importance and Benefits of Chanting. (6/3)

Mahamrityunjay mantra is from the Rig Veda of the Hindu religion and is considered the most powerful shiv mantra. It is also called the Om Tryambakam Mantra. The purpose of this mantra is that it brings immortality, prevents premature death, and protects from difficult situations. Chanting this mantra leads to the elimination of fear, as it calms the soul and makes it strong. Regular chanting of the Mahamrityunjay Mantra leads to the performer feeling safe and secure. It is also believed that reciting the Mahamrityunjay mantra reduces physical ailments and keeps the body healthy.

4. Discussed about our activities in six States in India and Bangladesh with N Ramachander Rao who promised to work with us to revise Hinduism. (6/4)

Sri Naraparaju Ramachander Rao is an Indian politician and advocate from Telangana. He is a member of Bharatiya Janata Party National Executive member, President for BJP's Hyderabad unit and a member of Bar Council of India. He served as the Member of Telangana Legislative Council (MLC) for Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar Graduates' Constituency from 2015 to 2021. He is also on the General Council of NALSAR University of Law.

5. World Environmental Day was Celebrated by Bala Samskar Students by planting 200 saplings and drawing pictures of trees. (6/6)

Sri Samrat Dutt, one of the Board members of GHHF,  has   taken immense interest in celebrating World Environment Day to highlight the importance of Panchabhutas in ancient scriptures.  the GHHF Assam stated that Balasamskar Kendras of Assam celebrated World Environment Day.200 saplings were planted by Balasamskar students across three districts to mark World Environment Day. Art competition has also been organized by Balasamskar Kendras in collaboration with many Government schools on Environment Day. Teachers not only spoke about the importance of the environment but also talked about the Plants and trees' environment in Sanatana Dharma. Lastly, teachers also spoke a few things about the concept of Balasamskar Kendras and the activities of GHHF Assam.

6. Ghar Waapasi in Telangana – 11 Christians returned to Sanatana Dharma in Mahbubnagar District (6/7)

Lakshmi Nivas and his associates welcomed 11 Christians from Mahbubnagar District back to Hindu Dharma. They talked about the tactics they used in converting people and how they induce people to convert to Christianity. Many converts expressed their own experience of being pressured into accepting Christianity and how it created fear in them. Jesus says one cannot love his parents more than Jesus. As you can see that Jesus came here with a sword only to create enemies, and hatred toward others. He says we have to leave our parents, not associate with our family members, and not even attend funerals. Even your father you cannot do last rights for your own father.

7. Sponsor a Priest - Newly Appointed Priests are engaged in revival of Hind Temple Culture, inviting Hindu Families to attend daily Pujas. (6/9)

Started in FIVE Villages:  GHHF already employed five Priests in different villages. We will send the progress report in few days with pictures and the details about the Priests and Village. The appointed Priests were engaged in the following activities to motivate the villagers to visit and take the blessings of the Presiding Deity and to create awareness about our Hindu tradition. It is time to bring changes in the villages, impart the value of Hindu Temple, instill pride in our Sanatana Dharma, convey the significance of Murty worship and the need for conducting regular Bhajans.

8. Distributed Buttermilk and Water to quench the thirst of more than 3,000 people who were attending Prana Pratishtha of Rama Parivar in Dr. Ambedkar Kona Seema District. (6/10)

Thousands of devotees attend and witness the prana Pratishtha. It is very difficult to get water. It is very hot this part of Andhra. Hindus believe that charity, or dana, is important. This is because helping others is helping Brahman, as all living things have an atman, or piece of Brahman, within them. Selfless charitable acts are seen as examples of Karma yoga. (6/10)

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