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17 August 2009, 04:13 AM
1.) http://hindujagruti.org/ (http://hindujagruti.org)
The above 2 websites defend Hinduism from getting corrupt (by Hindus as well as others).
The above link is mainly targetted at westerners (people who have no idea of hinduism)
13 April 2010, 10:49 AM
Here is a list of Websites that strive to create right public opinion and foster Hindu dharma in India. Members may add to this list.
The series titled 'pOga pOga theriyum' by Subbu in this Website has recently been published as Tamil book titled 'drAviDa mAyai: oru pArvai' by Trisakthi Publications, phone no.044-4297-0800
Hindu JanajAgruti Samiti
Besides crusading for the Hindu cause, this Website has some good articles about Hindu Dharma and Spirituality.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad
Seems to be of an all round activity for the Hindu cause.
Articles by popular columnists such as Radha Rajan, Sandhya Jain, Thamizhchelvan, and others
27 April 2010, 11:28 PM
Dharmo Rakshati Rakshitaha - 2
by B R Haran 22 Apr 2010
Dharmo Rakshati Rakshitaha - 1
by B R Haran 21 Apr 2010
30 April 2010, 08:45 PM
If Hindus were terrorists .............. !
Why does even reading the what-ifs of this article cause jitters in a Hindu? But then this is how the followers of Abrahamic religions behave, even where they are minorities, for which only the majority Hindus are to be blamed for their lack of unity and self-centered complacence.
05 May 2010, 10:21 PM
Let us participate in the signature campaign here against 'A Draconian law targeting faith' which is about to be passed by the Maharashtra government:
Oppose Black Magic Bill: A Draconian law targeting faith
We have nearly 1600 members here in HDF. If most members participate in the signature campaign, it could make a difference.
I have today signed to support it, on knowing about from an email.
06 May 2010, 08:14 AM
A quote from another forum:
Hindu Community is divided into Many Caste based Organaisations like Thevar Peravai,Saiva Vellalar Peravai,Sengundar Sangam,Kongu Peravai,Naidu Mahajana Sangam and so on.
There is, in addition, the TAMBRAS and the institutions of Hindu sects. It is very likely that the womenfolk in the families of these caste based organizations (CBO) are more religious than the menfolk. It is also likely that many of the menfolk too are religious. Therefore they need to be involved in united and public religious activities, which can be in these ways:
• The Hindu maThams of all sects should acquire lists of members and office bearers of these CBOs and keep them in their database. They should invite the office bearers and the members to all major religious events that take place in the maThams.
• The Hindu women folk in these CBOs should be invited to partake pujas such as the viLakku puja held in public on frequent occasions. There could also be a public celebration of every Hindu festivals and fasts, with speeches on their spiritual importance.
• The maThAdhipatis may jointly visit the areas of residence of these people frequently and hold satsang. Recently, PUjyashrI Jayendra Sarasvati of the KAnchi Shankara MaTham, along with some other Hindu maThAdhipatis, visited Dindigul, where there is strong Christian activity, and initiated the girivalam on every full moon day. Details here: http://www.tamilbrahmins.com/46136-post6.html
• Hindu religious and social organizations can arrange for a study-circle and take classes about the basics of the SanAtana Dharma to the children of the CBO, inviting them to mingle with each other, conduct quizz competitions and award them cash and religious gifts. Sometime back I saw at RAmakRShNa MaTham, Mylapore, some college students take free classes for the poor children in the academic subjects. They may be involved in teaching Hinduism basics.
• Religious sermons are regularly held in the churches and mosques. We don't have anything of the sort in our temples. In fact, the 100-pillar and 1000-pillar pavilions were constructed only to hold satsang and kathAkAlakShepams. Hindu organizations should revive this practice in most of our temples.
• A most powerful way to hold the Hindu fort is to have Hindu religious media channels. I wonder why the BJP who feigns to be a friend of Hindus with its massive funds, is not having a Hindu TV channel. There are some Hindu TV channels but they are not relayed in Chennai except under the CAS with a set-top box. Perhaps the Hindu AchArya SabhA can mobilize conceptual and financial support to start a united Hindu TV channel, Hindu news channels, newspapers and magazines. Once these communication channels are in place, it would be easy to manage the dharmic control of Hindus divided by caste and sects. The TV channels should regularly teach Hindu religious basics, cultural values, ancient tradition, traditional Karnatic and other music, and hold bhajans, quiz, and religious singing competitions, on the lines of the Vijay TV Super Singer of cine songs to which the kids, young and old of all castes are attracted like moths to a flame.
Some of the ideas that readily come to my mind...
05 August 2010, 09:03 PM
Dr. David Frawley's website:
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