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Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) was founded on 29th August 1964, on the auspicious day of Shri Krishna Janmashtami , with the blessings of the Saint shakti of Bharat.The objective of the VHP is to organise – consolidate the Hindu society and to serve – protect the Hindu Dharma. A strong, effective, enduring and an ever increasing presence of VHP is seen in lakhs of villages & towns in Bharat.
Through over 32000 service projects in the field of health, education, self- empowerment, Gram Shiksha Mandir etc. VHP is strengthening the grass root level of the Hindu society. Through the consistent efforts at eradication of social evils like untouchability, VHP is absolving the Hindu society & rejuvenating it to express it’s inherent Hindu Unity.
- Dharmacharya Sampark
Recent updates of Matrushakti ( Women’s wing) work In 1088 places Mantra Japa programmes were conducted. Durga Saptashati (238 places) , Maha Aarti (225 places), Durga saptashloki (816 places), Durga Chalisa (898 places) were some of the other programmes that were conducted. Matrushakti is expanding its work through its 7514 weekly satsang centres. Recently over […]
Gau-Raksha Vibhag Gau-Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra Shri Guruji on Cow Protection Gow-Raksha Vibhag While underscoring the importance and recognition given by the Hindu society for cow, the VHP had started making its own contribution soon after its inception to the Cow Protection Campaigns that were already going on in Bharat since long; but no independent Vibhag […]
‘Bharat Sanskrit Parishad’ was founded on Magh Shukla Panchami, Vikram Samwat 2044 (1987) in the presence and guidance of Ma. Shri. Moropant Pingle, Margadarshak of the VHP as also a social activist and thinker well-known for his keen interest in rejuvenation of Devabhasha Sanskrit and resurgence of Bharatiya culture together with Ma. Acharya Giriraj Kishor […]
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