Those who pave the way by walking against the stream are brave: Swami Avimukteshwaranand

Haridwar, 25 November (Hindustan). Shankaracharya Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati said that it is easy to go with the current, but one who goes against the current becomes one’s identity. Those who can achieve the goal by swimming against the current, such people are called brave. These views were expressed by Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati Ji […]
 


Haridwar, 25 November (Hindustan). Shankaracharya Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati said that it is easy to go with the current, but one who goes against the current becomes one’s identity. Those who can achieve the goal by swimming against the current, such people are called brave.

These views were expressed by Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati Ji Maharaj while addressing the closing ceremony of Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Jayanti organized under the aegis of National Union of Journalists India Uttarakhand unit in the auditorium of Press Club Haridwar. He said that Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi felt proud to leave his surname and be called Vidyarthi. This clearly shows that he tried to learn throughout his life. Despite being a politician, he established himself as a journalist. He is feeling proud to be a part of the birth anniversary celebrations of such a journalist.

Shankaracharya Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati Maharaj also raised questions on the partition of India-Pakistan. He said that there is no justification for partition, because even after partition, the people of Muslim society have been living like before. While the demand for partition was made by the Muslim community itself. In such a situation, all the people of the Muslim community should have gone to Pakistan. But if this did not happen, the partition should be cancelled.

In the program, State President of Uttarakhand Congress Committee Karan Mahara said that journalism has an important place in a democracy. The direction of the society is determined by the writings of journalists. That is why journalists should focus on positive journalism. Karan Mahara said that 22 years have passed since the creation of Uttarakhand, but till now the dream of building the state remains unfulfilled.

Senior journalist from Delhi, Anant Mittal, as the keynote speaker, said that nowadays media is being accused of being sold, people should boycott such media. He said that one should stop watching, reading and listening to paid media. If this happens, the shop of media for sale will automatically be closed. Reforming deteriorating institutions is the biggest responsibility of a democracy.

Prior to this, people setting records in various areas of the city were honored by NUJI by giving them certificates. In which senior journalists Adesh Tyagi, Vikram Chhachar, Vibhash Mishra, founder of Vyom Foundation, an organization dedicated to making disabled children capable, Haridwar’s senior doctor and tree friend Dr. Yatindra Nagyan, Shivopasana Sansthan promoting Sanatan Dharma and culture in the country and abroad. Swami Rambhajan Van Maharaj, founder of Durban South Africa, Dr. Priya Ahuja, who set a Guinness World Record in Ashtavakrasan Yoga, Diya Rajput, the topper of Uttarakhand Board’s Intermediate Examination, Pt. Adhir Kaushik, founder of Parshuram Akhara and Amit Saini, founder of Aastha Help Foundation. Was honored with a certificate.

Before this, National Vice President Ramchandra Kanojia introduced the organization. On the other hand, senior journalist and guide PS Chauhan threw light on the life of Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi.

Those who pave the way by walking against the stream are brave: Swami Avimukteshwaranand