VHP says time to bring `Ramatava’ in the society now

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VHP says time to bring `Ramatava’ in the society now

Thursday, 06 August 2020 | PNS | Lucknow



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While greeting people on the occasion of construction of a temple on the birthplace of  Shree Ram in Ayodhya, the Central Working President of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP)  Alok Kumar said that now the aim should be to bring `Ramatava’ in the country.
“Now we have to move towards the establishment of Ramatva (Ramahood) on earth and eradicate poverty, inequality, illiteracy and unemployment from the country. All should come together to ensure education and employment, food, clothing and shelter for all,” Kumar said in a statement here on Wednesday.
After the Bhoomi pujan of the Ram temple, Kumar said “after almost five centuries of continuous struggle, countless sacrifices and seven decades of legal battle, we are all feeling emotional by seeing it with our own eyes.”
“All of this has been possible due to the painstaking efforts of the millions of Ram devotees from all over the world, and the guidance and blessings of the saint. Now we have to bring the ideals and teachings of Lord Ram to the people, so that Ramatva  can be restored in Bharat,” he said.
Kumar said that today the scene of collective Darshan of leading saints and spiritual leaders, heads of various religious-spiritual schools and social workers of the world gathered in this historic Mahaparva held on the birthplace of Shri Ram was unique and unforgettable.
“Today, in joy at the beginning of the temple construction, Diwali is being celebrated not only in Bharat but also in the world. I am confident that with every visitor present at the birthplace, Ram devotees spread across the country Ram devotees spread across the world will now contribute in their own ways to bring the ideals of Lord Ram to the people,” he added

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