Friday, February 26, 2010

American Hindus Express Solidarity with Bengali Hindus on the Second Anniversary of Hindu Samhati

My Dear Hindu Brothers and Sisters in Bengal: Saadar Pranaam!

  • On behalf of the Hindus in America and the Indian American Intellectuals Forum, it gives me a great pleasure to know that on February 14th the Hindu Samhati has successfully completed two years of its valuable service to Hindu Samaj.
  • We are happy to note that in these two years the Hindu Samhati has awakened a new sense of confidence and pride in the Hindu people of Bengal. Bengali Hindus now feel themselves confident and a power to reckon with.
  • We from America congratulate you for reinforcing a sense of unity and consolidation within the ranks of Hindu society in Bengal.
  • As you are fully aware we are the worthy descendants of great Rishis and Munis of Bharat. Our Hindu Dharma is the mother of all religions. It has no rigid dogmas and it adjusts itself with the needs of the time and situations.
  • The history is testimony to the fact that whenever there was a decline of Dharma and the Adharmic forces rose, Dharma has organized and mobilized itself to establish its supremacy over the Adharmic forces.
  • In 17th Century when Hindus were suffocating under Islamic domination and there was absolutely no ray of hope, Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the great Hindu warrior, rose in Maharashtra to root out the powerful and cruel Islamic rule in India. When Sikh Guru Teg Bahadur was martyred by Muslim rulers in Delhi, his son Guru Gobind Singh ji transformed the Hindus into Khalsa, rejuvenated them, and created a human wall of warriors on the Northwest frontier of India. Sikh Army chased out the Islamic invaders all the way back to Afghanistan and saved the Hindu Dharma.
  • Still more recently, the Bengali Hindu revolutionaries have played a crucial role in India’s long freedom struggle. At one point, the entire India was looking to Bengal for inspiration and direction.
  • Bengal has given India many leaders. The multi-faceted luminary like Sri Aurobindo Ghose was a freedom fighter, poet, scholar, yogi and a philosopher.
  • Swami Vivekananda, another very famous Bengali before Aurobindo, was the living embodiment of sacrifice, chivalry and fearlessness. His powerful words uttered a one hundred years ago are stilling ringing in the hearts of millions of Hindus to galvanize the Hindu nation:
­ “Do you feel in the heart of your hearts the pangs and sufferings of your fellow brothers and sisters? If so, why are you not doing anything for them? Be at once active and dedicate yourself in their service.”

­ “This is no time to sleep. On our work depends the coming of India of the future. Arise, Awake and Stop not till thy goal is reached.”

  • Still more recently, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the great revolutionary who established the Indian National Army, fought ferociously against the British Imperialism. His famous call to countrymen was, “Give me blood and I’ll give you freedom.”
  • Unfortunately, at this moment, Hindus in India find themselves completely leaderless and rudderless. They are looking for the courageous leadership and an immediate action. Obviously, they are looking towards the Bengal for it. Can we in America hope that the Hindu Samhati of Bengal will step forward and fulfill that expectation of the countrymen?
  • In these times, Hindus are at the crossroads of history. They are under siege again. They are being attacked from the within and without. An undeclared war has been imposed on them. Hindu has to identify his enemies and formulate an effective strategy to face them. To that effect, every Hindu has to work with other Hindu groups who are trying to do the same.
  • Hindus – in their very own country – are being controlled, manipulated and ruled by the minorities. They feel suffocated. The influx of 50 million Bangladeshi Muslims inside the West Bengal has added another serious dimension of terrorism to the earlier law and order problem.
  • The only way to handle these situations is for Hindu to take the political power in his own hands and establish a pro-Hindu government in country. Actually, this could easily be done by using the voting power of Hindus who form 85% of India’s population.
  • Once again, we commend the courageous and brave groups like Hindu Samhati who have been doing a laudable work to unite the Hindus. We congratulate you for your indomitable determination, unshakeable courage and strong will power to strive for winning the political power and freedom for Hindus in India.
  • We have to be ready to play the role of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Guru Govind Singh ji, Subhash Chandra Bose and Shyam Prasad Mookherjee to safeguard the freedom of our Hindu brothers in our Puniya-bhoomi Bharat.
  • My dear brothers and sister, please rest assured that in this historic struggle you are not alone. We American Hindus are ready to stand shoulder to shoulder with our Bengali Hindus. Bengali Hindus have taken up the task of leading the freedom movement in India all over again. We, the American Hindus too, will try to mobilize Hindu forces in America in your support.


Message to Hindu Samhati on it's 2nd Anniversary from
Narain Kataria
Indian American Intellectuals Forum, New York

Monday, February 22, 2010

Islamic Fanatics Slaughter Cows at West Bengal Village - Police Mere Dumb Spectators

Numerous illegal cow slaughters have taken place at the Chhoto Mahara village in the Amta Sirajbati area of the Howrah district on the occasion of Eid on 28th Nov 2009. No cow slaughter has ever taken place in this village, yet on that day 12 to 15 cows were slaughtered, cocking a snook at both law and Government decree. Albeit a meeting took place the day before at the BDO (Block Development) Office with the members of the Thana (Police Station area) Committee and the local leaders where it was decided that no cow slaughter would take place in the village during Eid. The BDO, Mr. Sanjay Mukherjee was present at the meeting and gave his solemn assurances towards this decision. Why and how did such an outrage happen?

In this village Hindus and Muslims live side by side. The Hindus never apprehended that cow slaughter would take place despite the decision taken at the meeting and solemn assurances by the BDO. When the agitated Hindus notified the Police, a force was immediately dispatched to safeguard the Muslim population of the village. But in spite of prior information the police never took any initiative to prevent this outrage. To compound the insult local street dogs have brought the bones of the slaughtered cows into the compounds of Hindu homes and temples. There has been a great reaction and public anger at the silent complicity of the Police and the administration towards this desecrating act.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Press Release---Hindu Samhati's Second Anniversary Celebrations

Press Release
Hindu Samhati's Second Anniversary Celebrations
February 14, 2010----Shraddhananda Park, Kolkata, India

Beginning of a New era for the Hindus in Eastern part of India

In its grand success of the 2nd anniversary of Hindu Samhati at Shraddhananda Park in Kolkata, a strong 12 thousand Samhati supporters, activists and sympathizers participated in this mega event very with full enthusiasm and gusto. Hindu saints, prominent leaders, human rights activists from the different corners of India and abroad adorned the august dais to support and promote the rising force of Hindu Samhati, struggling for liberation of Hindu masses from the clutches of Islamic Jihadi force and pseudo-secular anti-Hindu political parties. The Hindus under the banner of Hindu Samhati strongly opposed the 10% Muslim minority reservation on religious basis and the heinous planning of Islamic encroachment upon Hindu life in Bengal in all respect.

The deprived Hindu masses came from all corners of Bengal, for the occasion to get a new energy from this spirited gathering for starting a new struggle for a new Hindu life with dignity, security and organizational advancement. Though it is a success to some extent, Hindus have to enter into a tough struggle to obtain Hindu freedom or salvation, as most of the speakers and dignitaries opined from the dais.

The program commenced with chanting Aum thrice, lighting of the traditional lamp and offering flowers to Bharat Mata and Swami Sharaddhananda, it made a spectacular show where Swami Pradiptanada of Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Swami Samjuktananda of Fiji Sevasharam, Swami Tejasananda of Bardhaman Tapeswari Kalika Ashram, Swami Uttamananda of Sanatan Dharma Prachar Ashram, Srimad Bandhu Gaurab Brahmachari Maharaj of Prabhu Jagabandhu Ashram, Swami Punnayalokananda of Bagula Ramakrishna Ashram, Br. Sunil of Manab Seva Mission sat beside Dr. Babu Suseelan of United Hindu Front of USA, New York, Pramod Mutalik of Sri Ram Sena, Sailendra Jain of Hindusthan Nirman Dal, Delhi, Vinod Jadav of Gau Raksha Samity, Bihar, Sunil Deodhar of International Human Rights Forum, Mumbai, Pandit Madhusudan Shastri & Ananda Arya of Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, W. Bengal and none other than Sri Tapan Kumar Ghosh, the President of Hindu Samhati. The meeting was presided over by Professor Haradhan Bhattacahrya.

Total silence was observed for a full minute by passing a condolence resolution for the victims of terrorist blast caused by Muslim activists in Pune on 13th February, 2010, sad demise of military personnel in Jammu & Kashmir due to avalanche, many a departed family members of Hindu Samhati workers, and the sad demise of Anima Ghosh, the aged mother of Tapan Ghosh. In his speech Salinedra Jain compared Late Anima Ghosh as Mata Jeejabai as she inspired Tapan Ghosh till her last moment. And Mr. Ghosh appears as a Shivaji to fight against all anti-Hindu force in Eastern India.

In his maiden speech Swami Pradiptananda urged a new Hindu revolt in the east with a combination of the sacrifice of the Saints with the valor of the warrior spirit of the new generation Hindus. A mourning robe clad Tapan Ghosh emphatically stated that the political powers are only to exploit the Hindu society. Hindus now should not be mere onlookers. The struggle of Hindu Samhati will not be stopped anyway as huge support from the Hindu Society always comes from various corners. He read an inspirational message of Narain Kataria, President, Indian American Intellectual Forum, New York in the bginning of his speech. Dr. Babu Suseelan expressed his every support for Hindu Samhati from USA. He said Hindus all over the world will exist if the Hindus of India are strong and organized. Pramod Mutalik of Sri Ram Sena inspired the twelve thousand plus strong audience by telling the next struggle of Hindus will be vehement and it will not be unarmed as the Hindus of India are always facing torture by arms and ammunitions. The function was ended with the enthusiastic chorus of VANDE MATARAM in full.

This rally surely ushered a new sunrise on the horizon of the Hindus’ collective life in the Eastern part of India.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Press Pictures---Hindu Samhati's 2nd Anniversary Celebrations---Grand Success

Press Pictures---
Hindu Samhati's 2nd Anniversary Celebrations
---Grand Success
February 14, 2010----Shraddhananda Park, Kolkata, India

Sunday, February 14, 2010

PICTURES----Grand Hindu Rally in Kolkata -- First Cut

Hindu Samhati's 2nd Anniversary Program in Kolkata-
Grand Program
February 14, 2010, Shraddhananda Park, Kolkata, India

Friday, February 12, 2010

10 February Sonakhali Martyr's Day

The reminiscence of Sonakhali Martyrs are still alive in the public.

Sonakhali, 10th Feb 2010 || At a black dusk on 10.02.2001, four Swayamsevaks of RSS were martyred by the fundamentalist Muslim goons at Sonakhali village under Basanti Police Station in South 24 Pargana dist of West Bengal. As a repercussion, the angry Hindus of the village drove away all the Muslims from that village. Later on, this was known as 'Sonakhali Line'.

For the last two years Hindu Samhati has been organising the Sonakhali Martyr Day, when the State RSS abandoned this programme from their annual agenda since 2008. As a result no RSS office bearer visited Sonakhali Shaheed Mandir to pay homage to the Martyrs this year also.

Hindu Samhati organised two separate programmes this year, one in 2 No. Sonakhali and another in Pitchakhali Primary School near the Smriti Mandir of martyr Avijit sarder, Patitpaban Naskar, Sujit Naskar and Anadi Naskar. This year the portrait of Biswanath Mondal of Noniakhali was also placed along with four others as it is now believed that Biswanath was also murdered in the eraly of 2005 by the Muslim murderers, who kidnapped Biswanath from his house in the disguise of police men. In the Shaheed Smriti Mandir , the martyr relics and plaques were decorated beautifully with the flower petals and wreaths. Upananda Brahmachari, Vice-President of Hindu Samhati and all others offered flowers in the "Smriti Vedi" and mourned one minute with a silence and pang.

In the morning a cloth distribution was held to the poor and tribal people of the area of 2 No. Sonakhali. Sri Bholanath Ghorami, a ninety plus headman of the village presided over the meeting and inspired the present generation. In his short speech Upananda Brahmachari mentioned that the martyrs were genuine social workers of this locality, so it is our duty to do Seva Karya (Social Services) for the Hindus. 90 salwar-kurtas were distributed to the teenage girls..

In the morning a Blood Donation camp was held in Pitchakahali Primary School, where 30 persons including one women donated blood. In the afternoon, a public meeting was held in the school ground. Bikarna Naskar, Hindu Smahati leader of the locality and also a witness and wounded of the Sonakhali incident addressed the audience. Upananda Brahmachari, the main speaker of the function said, nothing can substitute the premature and permanent absence of the martyrs in the bereaved families, but the whole Hindu society should share the grave situations of the society for a stringent retaliation and strong revenge. Brahmachari told the audience to have a patience in the process of the judiciary but categorically stated that this patience cannot be mis-judged with the inaction of the Hindu Society. No body will be spared if the Muslim criminals are not punished properly under law. As the brave Hindu villagers drove away the anti-social Muslims from the locality unitedly and fought a long battle with the politically motivated communal Muslims, it was evolved as a new "SONAKHALI LINE" to inspire many Hindu hardliners. Hindu Samhati also admires this line of active Hindu retaliation. Brahamachari elucidated the matters to the spellbound audience. Sri Dinabandhu Ghorami, a strong Hindu leader of Canning area presided over the meeting and told that the Muslims should not forget the resistence and valour of Hindu people of Sonakhali, where the Muslim anti-socials were defeated clearly. Hindu Samhati workers are ready to fight again to ensure the unfinished work of the heavenly martyrs.

The Hindu Samhati team lead by Brahmachari visited the houses of the martyrs. All the near relations of the martyrs broke down in such a way as if the heinous murder took place just two days before. The portrait of the martyrs were decorated with garlands and fruits and sweets were offered to the martyrs as they liked much in the houses of the martyrs. The Hindu Samhati members consoled the bereaved families and expressed possible support to the unfinished struggle of the martyrs of Sonakahli. The family members demanded an early disposal of the pending cases. The parents of Biswanath Mondal of Nuniakhali also met Upanandaji with an request to take care of the pending case of Biswanath. Upanandaji assured them all that the related matters have already been taken seriously and Hindu Samhati will pursue the matters in right forums. Many of the villagers and family members of martyr families inquired the absence of Tapan Kumar Ghosh, the President of Hindu Samhati, and the then Vibhag Pracharak of RSS, who could not attend the programme this year due to the sad demise of his aged mother just on 9th February.