What is meant by spread of Hindu Dharma ?

Spread of Hindu Dharma does not mean that followers of other sects (Muslims, Christians etc.) should give up their sects and embrace Hindu Dharma. It means they should abide by their sect on the lines recommended by Hindu Dharma, so as to reduce the Raja-Tama-predominant tendencies in themselves and become Sattva-predominant.
The best examples of this are Mrs. Lola, Mr. Cyriaque Vallee and Mrs. Yoya Vallee. Despite being Christians, they performed sadhana (Spiritual practice) as per Gurukrupayoga (Path of Guru’s Grace) and attained Sainthood in 8 to 10 years.
1A. Why is it necessary to spread Hindu Dharma ?

1A 1. Increase in psychological tension despite increase in physical pleasures : Other sects in the world are not aware of what real Anand (Bliss) is. Due to progress made by science, utility items such as television, air-conditioners, telephones have added immensely to the physical pleasure of man. This has distanced him from eternal Anand. In reality, as per the rule that every happiness finally gets transformed into unhappiness, there is tremendous rise in psychological tensions. The only remedy on this is to study Spirituality and perform sadhana as per Hindu Dharma.
1A 2. Hindu Dharma advocates sacrifice of physical pleasures :
Hindu Dharma is based on sacrifice. Penance leads to sacrifice of physical pleasures. This itself is the foundation of sadhana. It is only through sadhana that we can obtain Anand. For the entire human race to obtain this Anand, spread of Hindu Dharma is necessary. Welfare of mankind & the universe is the underlying noble aim of Hindu Dharma.
             2. Bharat, the country and the ‘Hindu Nation’
2A. Bharat desh (Country)
2A 1. Origin of the word ‘Desh’ : The Sanskrut word ‘Desh’ (Country) is derived from ‘Dish’ which means narration, command.
2A 2. Definition : A society, which is governed through a command as per law, is termed a desh. A well-defined piece of land is a desh.
2A 3. Origin of the word ‘Bharat’ : Today our country is called Bharat. In Sanskrut, ‘Bha’ means radiance and ‘rat’ means engrossed.
2A 4. Definition : A country where people are engrossed in worship-ping radiance, where they lead a radiant life, is called Bharat.
2B. Hindu Rashtra (Nation)
2B 1. Origin and definition : The Sanskrut word ‘Rashtra’ is derived from the root ‘Raj’. A desh, meaning the country, has geographical boundaries; however, the Rashtra, meaning the Nation, is not restricted by geographical boundaries. A group of people who co-exist and share each other’s happiness and sorrow is called a Nation. A land, where a group of people live amicably following the principles of duty, sacrifice and loyalty unto the country and nurture burning patriotism in the past, present and future, is a Nation.
2B 2. Excellent Rugvedic narration on how people are in an ideal Nation : The noble Guru gives the following message to the Nation :
 Let progress and welfare of the Nation be your only aim. Let all vibe well and love their countrymen. Let all think alike. To be able to attain this state, let all unite .    – Rugveda, Mandal 10, Sukta 191, Rucha 4
 – Dr. Vasant Balaji Athavale (Chembur, Mumbai)
source :  English Masik Sanatan Prabhat

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