“The Hindu culture is the life-breath of Hindustan. It is therefore clear that if Hindustan is to be protected, we should first nourish the Hindu culture. If the Hindu culture perishes in Hindustan itself, and if the Hindu society ceases to exist, it will hardly be appropriate to refer to the mere geographical entity that remains as Hindustan. Mere geographical lumps don’t make a nation.”


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- Are you anguished by interference of Courts and Legislature in Hindu Religious matters?
- Are you aghast at sudden spurt in mob lynching incidents related to Cows?
- Are you surprised at the increase in number of PILs in SC in matters related to Hinduism?

Over 100 Hindus from all over India met on the 22nd of September 2018 and called for a Just and Equitable move for Equal Rights for Hindus, on par with other communities. The meeting resulted in a Charter of eight key demands:

1. Provide Equal Rights to Hindus in matters of faith and religion by Passing Sri Satyapal Singh’s
2016 Private Member’s Bill pending in Lok Sabha in matters pertaining to:
 Management of places of worship (Temples & Religious Endowments).
 Entitlement to various benefits from Government schemes, plans, scholarships etc.
 Enabling teaching of traditional Indian knowledge and ancient texts of India in educational institutions.
 Establishment and administration of educational institutions of their choice without undue interference of Government and its agencies.

2. Repeal FCRA Act completely and ban all foreign money inflow through FCRA, except for the funds from OCIs and end interference of foreign governments in our Judiciary, Law & Policy making.

3. Enact Freedom of Religion Act to prevent interference in practice and propagation of native
Hindu and Indic Traditions, Customs and Rituals.

4. Abrogation of Article 370 and repeal Article 35A of the Constitution, Trifurcation of Jammu & Kashmir into separate states/UTs of Jammu, Kashmir & Ladakh.

5. Ban on Export of beef from India.

6. Establish Haindava Samskruti Jeernoddhara Nigam (CPSU), with a seed fund of at least
10,000 Cr for restoration of dilapidated temples and architecture for preservation and
propagation of Hindu (native Indian) literature, arts, dance forms, culture and traditions.

7. Guaranteeing Citizenship to the persecuted people, practicing Indian origin religions (Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists), by Enactment of a New Citizenship Act Bill and withdraw all amendments to Existing Citizenship Act Bill.

8. Provide Equal opportunities to all Indian languages.

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  • Tolerant does not mean we will take anything and everything that is thrown as us religion is not owned by any Govt we as Hindus have a right to decide about our religion

      • Very well said. Hindus had bn tolerant all d times 2 extent shelter those who sought, tht became a sword on us today. Need protect our religion at any cost. Request all Hindus to unite 4 d cause

  • Every Gurudwara has a free clinic. Some girudwaras have small labs and accommodation facilities. Will our temples be able to match the gurudwaras if they are liberated from government? Our rituals and pooja are expensive to perform. Will this change? I vote in favor of the petition now, but who would guarantee as of what would change?

    • All those facilities provided in Gurudwaras are not provided in Temples that are under HRCE because those Temples are in the hands of Government i.e. in the hands of ill minded politicians.
      But all these facilities are provided by Temples being run by Private people.e.g. Melmaruvathur Temple

    • U r correct but it’s ur responsibility also .Someone doing great job if he is levied by extra burden of expectations then he will also desist in future

    • Just see how temples of Shirdi Sai, Mel Maruvathur, etc. are being run. Even if it is being misused, let it be done by us Hindus rather than by the atheistic politicians, communists and Muslims and Christians who control the Hindu temples under the ministry.

  • Should not allow anybody to disturb present Custom, Rituals & believe of Sabarimala Sannidanam. Swami Saranam

    • Save Sabarimala and this present custom .Women should not enter the temple for gender justice.Indian-American cardiologist scientifically explains why menstruating women should not enter Hindu temples

      Hindu organizations in south India have launched massive protests against the Indian supreme court’s decision to allow women to visit the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. Traditionally women aged 10 to 50 were prevented from entering the temple because Lord Ayyappa, the deity of the Sabarimala temple, is a bachelor (naishtika brahmachari), and the presence of young women would disturb the deity. Hindu women devotees have expressed anger at the court decision, and insisted that they do not wish to enter the Sabarimala temple violating the ancient traditions of the temple.

      In this context, Indian-American cardiologist Dr. Nisha Pillai’s video explaining why menstruating women should not enter Hindu temples has become a viral hit. Dr. Pillai, who was born in Kerala and obtained her medical degree from Kottayam Medical College, completed her medical residency and fellowship in New York, and is a cardiologist at the reputed Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York. Using her extensive scientific knowledge and expertise in modern medicine, Dr. Pillai explains very clearly the scientific reasons why women are not allowed to enter Hindu temples, and she also points out the deficiencies of modern science and modern medicine. Dr. Nisha Pillai’s video was uploaded to Youtube by “Kerala Media”, and is available at *https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ22LBrFBm4.*

      Below are the key scientific principles highlighted by Dr.Nisha Pillai in her video. The numbers show the timestamp in the video or the minutes and seconds where Dr Nisha Pillai speaks this text.

      0:45 “As someone working in the medical field for 25-30 years I wanted to give a scientific explanation on why women should not enter the temple during menstruation.”

      1:07 – “Unlike other religions’ places of worship which are prayer halls, Hindu temples are situated within a magnetic field.”

      1:35 – “We construct (consecrate) the Hindu temple in an area with high magnetic field.”

      1:55 – “When a priest (thanthri) consecrates a Hindu temple, a life force is transferred from the priest to the idol in the temple, and this life force is expanded and the place becomes an ethereal environment.”

      2:55 – “I will give a scientific explanation on why women should not visit the Hindu temple during their menstruation period.”

      3:20 – “The body has different levels of existence, which modern science has not understood, and that has caused several misconceptions in society.

      3:35 “Just as this mobile phone has hardware, software, and battery, we also have a body, we have our mind, and we have an energy body”.

      4.00 – “The biggest deficiency of modern medicine is that it is a structural science. Its understanding is limited to the hardware of the body. If you ask physicians like me who practice modern medicine, we don’t have a good explanation to how the mind works.”

      5:20 – “Prana or life force is an energy body that works through the 72,000 nerves (nadi) in our body which go parallel to our nervous system.”

      5:35 – “There are 7 plexus in our body or “chakras” similar to the neural plexus. In every person, there is a basic life force that resides in our “mooladhaara” or anal plexus.”

      6:00 – “If you go above it (anal plexus), that’s where our survival or fighting instinct is based. Above that near the celiac plexus is where our business instinct is based.”

      6:55 – “The life force in each person is at a different level.”

      7:05 – “We go to the temple (Hindu) so that we can raise our energy from its lower level to progressively higher levels to universal awareness. This is the concept of spirituality in Hinduism (sanatana dharma).”

      6:55 – “Spirituality is the process by which we raise the energy in our lower level to the next level, step by step, to grow into universal awareness.”

      7.35 “Temples (Hindu) move our life force in an upward direction.”

      8:01 – “There are five “prana vayu” (life forces or vital air) in the body. These are prana, samana, apana, vyana, and udana. There are also upa-vayu (sub-life forces) like prasuti vayu (vital air that is responsible for child birth).”

      8:50 -“Prasuti vayu” (the sub-life force or vital air that is responsible for child birth) is situated in the uterus and the female genital organs. It creates a negative force, a downward force, when a woman is menstruating.”

      9:10 – “The downward force of the “prasuti vayu” (the sub-life force or vital air that is responsible for child birth) is very strong when a woman is pregnant, that is why the head of the baby in the womb comes down by the 8th month of pregnancy.”

      9:20 – “Menstruating women should not go to temples because they experience a downward force in their body, while the temple pulls our life force upwards. So it may cause the menstrual blood to go back into the body in the opposite direction, or may cause the tubes in the uterus to become closed, which could lead to infertility or endometriosis.”

      11:00 – “Lord Ayyappa (deity of the Sabarimala temple), a form of Sastha, is a celibate, and in the Sabarimala temple his idol is seated in the yoga pose called Yogapattasana, which is favorable to celibacy.”

      11:35 – “In everyone of us there is a male form (bhava) and a female form. Every person is partly male and partly female in our thinking and in our existential level.”

      12:20 – “In this twentieth century whatever is needed for our spiritual development is provided by Lord Ayyappa (deity of Sabarimala temple).”

      12:50 – “We have to observe 41 days of “mandala kalam” (vow of austerity) before we go to Sabarimala temple. This is because our body needs 21 days to complete a cell renewal cycle. When we take a vow of austerity during the 41 days of “mandala kalam”, our body goes through two complete cell regeneration cycles, which changes our thoughts and mind.”

      13:45 – “Women are not able to observe the vow of austerity for 41 days because it is not good for them to experience positive energy or northward energy when they also have “prasuti vayu” (the sub-life force or vital air that is responsible for child birth, which creates a negative or downward force), so women were excluded from observing penance.”

      14:30 – “Lord Ayyappa does not think that it is impure for women to come to the Sabarimala temple. Women are asked to stay away from the Ayyappa temple to protect their own health”.

      15:25 – “A devotee’s body and mind need to be pure if you are to step on the srichakra and go to the Sabarimala temple, for which you need to undergo penance for the 41 days of the “mandala kalam”. Women are asked not to go to the temple because we cannot do the 41 days penance, so we have no right to step on the srichakra in the temple. Will you knowingly step on a buried time bomb?”

      16:35 – “Our problem is that many people don’t have this information. All this is very scientific.”

      Dr Nisha Pillai being a women, Doctor,giving scientific explanations for menstruating women ,it is better not to visit Sabarimala .

      I am aware of # Metoo,Feminism,Gender justice.

      I seriously recommend that Sabarimala Tradition be respected and followed.Menstruating Women need not go there.

      Please circulate to your contacts.

  • हम हिंदुओ को भी सम्मान से जीने का अधिकार मिले
    कोई भी हमारे धर्म पे उंगली उठाता तो कोई बात नहीं, यही जब किसी दूसरे मजहब के साथ होता है तो देश के तमाम सेक्युलर नेता, डिजाइनर पत्रकार तथा बुद्धिजीवि अपनी छाती पीटने लगते हैं।ऐसा कब तक????

  • Save sabarimala. Please go on the sentiments of the devotee. Every temple has a diety for a specific purpose. The rule af the diety applied then should prevail. I think the govt shoul consider the rules of the diety than talk abt gender equality and grant permission.

    Swamiye sharanam

  • I fully support this move and all our native SANATANA DHARMA TRADITION should be protected and I fully endorse the effort undertaken by this Charter.JAI HIND !

  • Secularism means Tolerance, which is a motto of Hinduism…! That means they are fair in treatment with all.. They will treat outsiders, others even with more respect..! That said, equal, same, similar, uniform treatment for all religions.. No downgrading, demeaning, defaming, poaching unduly, without concrete reasons, singling out one religion..! If one inquiry, or ruling is made on one religion, it should apply to all, if applicable..! Also, separation of religion, and government must be strictly maintained.. Government should bud out, and let religion, group operate freely, manage their books, money, without undue takeover.. Government has only inquiry rights whenever needed..

  • Vatican dollar n middle east oil money lured many atheist wage war on Hinduism. Uniting is the only solution. If not, we digging our own grave. Pls work with strong believer who dont have mobile

  • When all forces come together to destroy our dharma
    Its inevitable to unite. May god bless our sanadhana dharma om namashivaya

  • Save Hinduism. Save / insulate India from cultural invasion by foreign forces through aid from abroad. Jai Hind.

  • Stop foreign funding of conversions, coming through NGOs masquerading as social development organisations. Get government out of its control of Hindu temples. Government has better and more important things to do than to admister Hindu temples.

  • Hindus need to be United oppose the evil forces causing disturbances to Hinduism, save our Culture, Religion, Sansthan Dharma. Let Govt. Concentrate on Protecting Country, development of Nation do not interfere in Hindu’ s way of life

  • Navagraha temples establish the fact that Hinduism was far ahead of the present advancement in science as they knew the existence of planets much before the discovery. Better to leave the Hindu culture and temples free from external influences.

  • Save sabarimala. Protect our tradition, culture and unique features of bharat . Save our country from evil politicians. is this democracy? !!!!

  • Indian-American cardiologist scientifically explains why menstruating women should not enter Hindu temples

    *https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ22LBrFBm4.*

    Hindu organizations in south India have launched massive protests against the Indian supreme court’s decision to allow women to visit the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. Traditionally women aged 10 to 50 were prevented from entering the temple because Lord Ayyappa, the deity of the Sabarimala temple, is a bachelor (naishtika brahmachari), and the presence of young women would disturb the deity. Hindu women devotees have expressed anger at the court decision, and insisted that they do not wish to enter the Sabarimala temple violating the ancient traditions of the temple.

    In this context, Indian-American cardiologist Dr. Nisha Pillai’s video explaining why menstruating women should not enter Hindu temples has become a viral hit. Dr. Pillai, who was born in Kerala and obtained her medical degree from Kottayam Medical College, completed her medical residency and fellowship in New York, and is a cardiologist at the reputed Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York. Using her extensive scientific knowledge and expertise in modern medicine, Dr. Pillai explains very clearly the scientific reasons why women are not allowed to enter Hindu temples, and she also points out the deficiencies of modern science and modern medicine. Dr. Nisha Pillai’s video was uploaded to Youtube by “Kerala Media”, and is available at *https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ22LBrFBm4.*

    Below are the key scientific principles highlighted by Dr. Pillai in her video. The numbers show the timestamp in the video or the minutes and seconds where Dr. Pillai speaks this text.

    “As someone working in the medical field for 25-30 years I wanted to give a scientific explanation on why women should not enter the temple during menstruation.”
    – “Unlike other religions’ places of worship which are prayer halls, Hindu temples are situated within a magnetic fie “We construct (consecrate) the Hindu temple in an area with high magnetic field.”

    – “When a priest (thanthri) consecrates a Hindu temple, a life force is transferred from the priest to the idol in the temple, and this life force is expanded and the place becomes an ethereal environment.”

    – “I will give a scientific explanation on why women should not visit the Hindu temple during their menstruation period.”

    – “The body has different levels of existence, which modern science has not understood, and that has caused several misconceptions in society.

    “Just as this mobile phone has hardware, software, and battery, we also have a body, we have our mind, and we have an energy body”.

    – “The biggest deficiency of modern medicine is that it is a structural science. Its understanding is limited to the hardware of the body. If you ask physicians like me who practice modern medicine, we don’t have a good explanation to how the mind works.”

    – “Prana or life force is an energy body that works through the 72,000 nerves (nadi) in our body which go parallel to our nervous system.”

    – “There are 7 plexus in our body or “chakras” similar to the neural plexus. In every person, there is a basic life force that resides in our “mooladhaara” or anal plexus.”

    – “If you go above it (anal plexus), that’s where our survival or fighting instinct is based. Above that near the celiac plexus is where our business instinct is based.”

    – “The life force in each person is at a different level.”

    – “We go to the temple (Hindu) so that we can raise our energy from its lower level to progressively higher levels to universal awareness. This is the concept of spirituality in Hinduism (sanatana dharma).”

    – “Spirituality is the process by which we raise the energy in our lower level to the next level, step by step, to grow into universal awareness.”

    “Temples (Hindu) move our life force in an upward directi “There are five “prana vayu” (life forces or vital air) in the body. These are prana, samana, apana, vyana, and udana. There are also upa-vayu (sub-life forces) like prasuti vayu (vital air that is responsible for child birth).”

    -“Prasuti vayu” (the sub-life force or vital air that is responsible for child birth) is situated in the uterus and the female genital organs. It creates a negative force, a downward force, when a woman is menstruating.”

    – “The downward force of the “prasuti vayu” (the sub-life force or vital air that is responsible for child birth) is very strong when a woman is pregnant, that is why the head of the baby in the womb comes down by the 8th month of pregnancy.”

    – “Menstruating women should not go to temples because they experience a downward force in their body, while the temple pulls our life force upwards. So it may cause the menstrual blood to go back into the body in the opposite direction, or may cause the tubes in the uterus to become closed, which could lead to infertility or endometriosis.”

    – “Lord Ayyappa (deity of the Sabarimala temple), a form of Sastha, is a celibate, and in the Sabarimala temple his idol is seated in the yoga pose called Yogapattasana, which is favorable to celibacy.”

    – “In everyone of us there is a male form (bhava) and a female form. Every person is partly male and partly female in our thinking and in our existential level.”
    – “In this twentieth century whatever is needed for our spiritual development is provided by Lord Ayyappa (deity of Sabarimala temple).”

    – “We have to observe 41 days of “mandala kalam” (vow of austerity) before we go to Sabarimala temple. This is because our body needs 21 days to complete a cell renewal cycle. When we take a vow of austerity during the 41 days of “mandala kalam”, our body goes through two complete cell regeneration cycles, which changes our thoughts and mind.”

    – “Women are not able to observe the vow of austerity for 41 days because it is not good for them to experience positive energy or northward energy when they also have “prasuti vayu” (the sub-life force or vital air that is responsible for child birth, which creates a negative or downward force), so women were excluded from observing penance.”

    – “Lord Ayyappa does not think that it is impure for women to come to the Sabarimala temple. Women are asked to stay away from the Ayyappa temple to protect their own health”.

    – “A devotee’s body and mind need to be pure if you are to step on the srichakra and go to the Sabarimala temple, for which you need to undergo penance for the 41 days of the “mandala kalam”. Women are asked not to go to the temple because we cannot do the 41 days penance, so we have no right to step on the srichakra in the temple. Will you knowingly step on a buried time bomb?”

    – “Our problem is that many people don’t have this information. All this is very scientific.”

    I am supporting the scientific explanation of Dr.Nisha Pillai,woman,cardiologist and believe it is harmful for menstruating women to enter Sabarimala Temple.
    I Visali a woman ,agree with a woman Dr Nisha Pillai who is also aware of gender equality,feminism,#MeToo harassments would not want to break this Sabarimala Tradition and advise all those women not to visit Sabarimala

    Please circulate to your contacts.

  • SAVE HINDUISM, SABARIMLA, PROTECT OUR RELIGION FRM DIRTY POLITICANS, LETS ALL BE UNITED, SATHYAM SHIVAM SUNDARAM.

  • I applaud and whole heartedly support this act! Whatever be the state of current affairs, it is a fact that the Vedic tradition and culture is one of the oldest and richest in the entire world. Let us make a strong move to protect Our Heritage from being lost to vested interests.
    Jai Hind! Long live Sanatana Dharma!

  • I am trying harder to spread awareness about the existence of this charter. 60 cr. Plus hindus and we can’t get a lakh signatures

  • I just don’t want any domination by the upper caste Hindus. Otherwise, I am quite hopeful for this scenario.

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