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I am proud of the Second All India Hindu Convention being held ! – Shri. Narendra Modi

Shri. Narendra Modi, Chief Minister, Gujarat
Shri. Narendra Modi, Chief Minister, Gujarat
Ramnathi (Goa) : Shri. Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of Gujarat has sent his good wishes for the second all India Hindu Convention being held in the hall of Ramnath Mandir between 6th and 10th June 2013. ‘I felt proud when I heard about the Convention from Hindu Janajagruti Samiti. The great personalities coming from all over the world will be discussing issues related to the welfare of Hindus as also the world. I was happy to get invitation to attend such Convention. My best wishes for success of this Convention which has far-reaching effect.’ This is the message sent by Shri. Modi; expressing his sentiments towards the Convention.
Shri. Modi has stated further in his message that ‘the awareness created towards Dharma, culture and traditions, is like a sacred fire lit all the time. Being in communion with style of living, principles and humanity is the zenith of supremacy of Hindu culture and Dharma in the Universe. Hindu culture has retained its significance from ancient times due to the three principles of compassion, tolerance and integration. Supremacy of the Flag of Dharma and spirit of unification can be preserved by protecting the culture. Every organization that works, based on the inspiration of nationalism, patriotism and tradition of loyalty, is the identity of our people’s strength.

It is the destiny of Hindus to have to resist brutal tendencies !

Closeness to love, humanity and divinity, giving priority to non-violence, truth and ‘sattvikata’ are the principles followed by Hindus in leading their life but to have to resist brutal, inhuman tendencies seems to be the destiny of Hindus. It has been our tradition to be alert every moment and raise voice against oppression. – Shri. Naredra Modi

Letter sent by Shri. Narendra Modi to Hindu Janajagruti Samiti



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