VHP’s newly elected International President, senior advocate Shri Alok Kumar, and Joint General Secretary Dr. Surendra Jain during the Pres Conference


The three-day conclave of the Central Board of Trustees and the Governing Council of Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) reached its culmination on February 27, at Karsevakpuram in the sacred city of Ayodhya Dham, Uttar Pradesh. In a bid to address contemporary challenges facing Hindu society, the meeting delineated plans for the expansion of the VHP organisation during its Shashtipurti year, marking its Diamond Jubilee Year or 60th Anniversary.

Shri Bajrang Lal Bagra, the newly elected Secretary General of Vishva Hindu Parishad, divulged that the deliberations encompassed a wide array of topics concerning both Bharat (India) and its diaspora. A consensus was reached among representatives, both domestic and international, to pivot towards fostering “Ramtva” – a holistic, altruistic, and syncretic consciousness centered around Bhagwan Ram – throughout the organisation, society, and Hindu diaspora.

With the momentous completion of the grand Temple of the Nativity of Shri Ram, a feat realized after five centuries, the VHP aims to revitalise and fortify Hindu society with a renewed focus on culture and strength. Secretary General Bagra emphasized the objective of establishing a highly cultured and resilient society by the end of the Shashtipurti year. The ambitious plan entails expanding organisational presence to approximately 100,000 (One Lakh) locations nationwide, underscoring the VHP’s commitment to reinstating values intrinsic to Shri Ram within every individual’s conscience and consciousness.

The VHP’s vision extends towards fostering a cultured, enlightened, committed, and secure Hindu society, propelled by the ethos encapsulated in the persona of Shri Ram. This concerted effort seeks to inscribe a new chapter in the annals of the VHP’s legacy, characterized by cultural refinement, grace, and dignity, resonating across the Hindu community at large.

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