April 04, 2011
Chaitra Shukla Pratipada, Kaliyug Varsha 5113
Panvel, India: On the auspicious day of the Hindu New Year or Gudhi Padwa H. H. Pande Maharaj inaugurated the renewed “Forum for Hindu Awakening” website. He gave His blessing with the following words. “Today the country is celebrating the win of the Cricket World cup; but the happiness gained from it is short-lived,” He said. “Instead of gaining anything through such events the chances of loss are more. In contrast, Hindu culture has taught us to spiritualise every action and thus gain permanent happiness from it.”
“A comparative study of today’s Raja-Tama (spiritually impure) predominant atmosphere and a Sattva (spiritually pure) predominant atmosphere should be done through the renewed website of Forum for Hindu Awakening. Through it the hearts of all Hindus will join and all Hindus across the world will unite. This website should strive towards the resurrection of Hindus, so Hindus come to think of the ‘Internet’ as a medium for joining hearts with other Hindus. The goal of Hindus is God realisation. So instead of trying to merge with one another externally at the level of Raja-Tama, Hindus should become one at heart, spiritually.”
The website of ‘Forum for Hindu Awakening’ (FHA) was renewed recently It was the wish of all the seekers (sadhaks) of FHA that the inauguration of this new look be done in India by a saint. One of FHA’s seekers in India, Ms. Anu Parsuram requested H. H. Pande Maharaj to do the honours. So on the auspicious occasion of Hindu New Year, the inauguration was done at His hands.
First, H. H. Pande Maharaj performed the ritualistic worship of the home page of the website. Ms. Anu Parsuram then explained the different sections of the website to Him. She explained that this website will be a medium to spread unique spiritual features of Hinduism such as spiritual healing, subtle experiments to test the sixth sense and subtle pictures illustrating the scientific benefits of Hindu practices. The website will also feature a children’s section, so that they can be raised as Hindus.
Source: Our Correspondent.