Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Tapan Ghosh’s speech educates Hindus in Dhanbad of rising Islamic fundamentalism

Facts that mounting Islamic fundamentalism is becoming the most dreadful impediment to Hindus throughout India and Hindu resurgence happens to be the only option for its own survival are no more secrets; these are getting more extensive and the perfect depiction of this novel genesis was witnessed on January 22, 2011, at the annual function (Vershikotsav) of Tarun Hindu, Hindu rights advocacy group based in Dhanbad, in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Chief Guest to the event was Sri Tapan Ghosh, president, Hindu Samhati while Dr. Nila Madhab Das, president, Tarun Hindu, happened to be the chief organizer. The event took place in a highly decorated pandal on the ground near Steel Gate, Saray Dhela in Dhanbad and was presided by Dr. R. L. Prasad.

The main attraction of the event was the speech "Why today Hindus of India want Hindu Rashtra" and the chief speaker was Dr. Smt Indulata Das, Founder & Director of 'Yoga and Prachya Vidya Samstha', Bhubaneswar. Other speakers apart from Sri Tapan Ghosh included Shyamalanand Mukherjee,(Advocate), Bijay Ghosh(Prant pramukh, Dharma Jagaran Manch, Jharkhand, Sangh Pracharak), Sarat Dudhani (Businessman), Baivab Aple (Sanatan Samstha), Kamlesh ji(VHP, dist. secretary).  

An assortment of such speeches (resulting from speakers’ meticulous studies and decades of struggle) was indeed a new and buoyant experience for Hindus who attended the event in large numbers. Without doubt, the great presence of Hindus (having dedicated souls to the cause of Hindutva and thus preserve Hindu interest) there inspired the speakers lots as well.  Sri Tapan Ghosh, citing many references and especially of harrowing experiences of Hindus in Bengal, stated that Hindu Dharma is waging a desperate struggle in its own land to create a Hindu State and the time has come for Hindus to dwell on this issue most seriously.  Other speakers accentuated an assortment of other subjects.   

Tarun Hindu was established in 1998 on the day of Vijaya Dashami at Balipur, District: Dhanbad, in the Indian state of Jharkhand. The one and only aim of the organization is the establishment of a Hindu Rashtra and Hindu Vishwa, and thus to make Hinduism the mainstream religion (or way of life) in both India and international arena.

Dr. Nila Madhab Das, president, Tarun Hindu, well-known Gynecologist in Dhanbad, has experiences of decades of struggles with him. In spite of being in government service in BCCL hospital, nothing could prevent him from taking part in Karseva in 1992 and to make his lifelong ambition of forming a Hindu Rashtra come true, he established Tarun Hindu, founded on ideals and preaching of Swami Vivekananda, in 1998.   

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