Hindu Samhati Distributes Blankets to Needy Hindus in Nadia

Democracy stands for Service not Speeches

Democracy in any nation doesn’t denote mere speeches or insensate services to indigenous people, especially people belonging to the lowest stratum of the society. Unless wretched people are bettered, there is no future. In contemporary India, dashing hopes of founding fathers of Constitution of India, this has been the trend; myriad instances are there to prove how political or social originations go on delivering mere speeches leaving commoners high and dry.  No differences are witnessed on national holidays even; leaders who grace the daises continue doing the same while hapless people look on them helplessly.

Hindu Samhati, ever since its commencement, has been against this pernicious mindset completely and the best instance of it remains distribution of garments, relief among poor Hindus whenever necessary. A perfect specimen of “Daridra Narayan Seva” as propounded by Swami Vivekananda a century ago.

With this end in view, on January 26, 2013, Hindu Samhati distributed blankets to poor Hindus inhabiting village: Sonadanga, close to Mayapur, District: Nadia.

Leaders of Hindu Samhati who presided the meeting included Bikarna Nasker, Sundar Gopal Das and Dipak Sanyal.

Hindu Samhati, in a nutshell, brought forward the ideal meaning of patriotism.

Janani Janmabhoomischa Swargadapi Gariyasi – Mother and Motherland are Superior to Heaven

Hindu Samhati regularly monitors and reports violations against Hindus in West Bengal. We also work with both governmental and NGO agencies for proper education on protection and ensure remedies to the Hindu populace as per prevailing law of the land.


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