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Rajasthan: 2 election officials insult Lord Ram, desecrate hoardings having photos of Lord Ram, VHP demands action

The VHP said that the picture of Lord Ram installed in Bhinmal Nagar on Saturday night were vandalised.

What is ‘Akshat Nimantran’: How VHP is reaching out to crores of people to celebrate Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha as a pan-India festival

VHP and other Hindu organisations have embarked on another unique campaign. Since all devotees cannot be accommodated in Ayodhya, the Temple Trust is sending symbolic 'Nimantran' or invitations to all Ram Bhakts, with the auspicious traditional 'Akshat', a pamphlet and a photo of the Ram Mandir.

Islamists who attacked Bajrang Dal worker’s house in Maharashtra’s Manchar unconditionally apologise with folded hands after action by Hindu groups: Read details

The people involved in the attacking mob also visited the victim Suraj Dharam's house along with the Hindu activists in the night and begged pardon with folded hands in front of Suraj's mother. They also gave a written apology at the police station and assured that such an incident would not repeat.

Calcutta HC gives the ahead for VHP and Bajrang Dal’s Shourya Jagran Yatra in West Bengal after state police refused permission

The petitions pointed to the grave injuries inflicted upon Bharat by British colonialism and said that the yatra is thereby very important to remember and honour freedom fighters.

Nuh violence: Posters threatening Muslims were put up by Asif, how Islamists and leftist media had tried to blame VHP

The poster that came up in Sector 69, Gurugram on August 27 set the stage for Islamists and the leftist media, who once again went on to exploit this situation to portray Muslims as victims and Hindus as the aggressors

Salangpur Temple controversy: Swaminarayan sect removes Lord Hanuman murals after meeting with Hindu saints under VHP’s initiative

On 4th September, the saints of the Swaminarayan sect and other saints of Hinduism met at Ahmedabad and decided to remove the disputed murals before sunrise on 5th September. The meeting was organised by Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP).

Fewer people, saints, local Hindu leaders: As Nuh police deploys 1900 police personnel, admin refuses ‘permission’, how VHP decided to complete the Yatra

Fewer people, local Hindu leaders and saints to commence Brijmandal Shobhayatra in Nuh, devotees to perform Jalabhishek at 11 AM simultaneously at all locations

‘Bittu Bajrangi is not a member of Bajrang Dal’: VHP issues clarification after Haryana police arrest him in the Nuh violence case

Vishva Hindu Parishad said Bittu Bajrangi was never a member of Bajrang Dal and they don't approve of content of his alleged videos.

Days after Islamist attack, Hindu Mahapanchayat decides to resume Brajmandal Jalabhishek Shobha Yatra on 28 August

A Hindu group had organised a Mahapanchayat in Palwal on 13th August after it was granted permission by the police. The Mahapanchayat was called to discuss the preparations to resume the Vishva Hindu Parishad’s Brij Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra

‘The children’s screams could be heard from far’: Eyewitness tells OpIndia how Islamists targetted a Gurukul in Nuh, earlier destroyed by them during 1992...

Many eyewitnesses whom OpIndia have spoken to, have narrated the brutality unleashed by the Muslim mob during the violence in Nuh during VHP's Jalabhishek Yatra on July 31, 2023

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