Unlike different areas across
India, Bengal has its own and a unique way of celebrating Ram Navami. While thousands of people were found to perceive Kumari Puja at Adyapith, in Kolkata, to mark Ram Navami, hundreds of people assembled at Hotor, P.S. Hotor, Block: Mograhat, P.S. Mograhat, Dist: 24 Paraganas (South), to make out the observance of Ram Navami, under the auspices of Hindu Samhati. The Puja went on throughout the day while the meeting that earned the maximum crowd initiated at 4 pm, on April 1, 2012. The meeting was graced by the attendance of a number of valiant Hindu leaders in the podium including Prakash Das, Upananda Brahmachari, Shibapada Haldar, Haran Brahmachari, Animitra Chakraborty.
In the meeting, while Shibapada Babu emphasized the need for Hindus to get defiant, carry on the struggles against perennial adversaries of Hindus and also be proud of their ancient lineage, Haran Brahmachari justly explained the significance of Ram Navami in Hindu civilization from time immemorial and how it has become the perfect epitome of Hindu values, chivalry.
Upananda Brahmachari, noted Hindu journalist and activist, through his speech, explained how Ram Navami and its sanctified observance (through centuries) has become the cornerstone of Hindus down the ages. He also made it clear that mere observance of the same is not enough but Hindus shall have to imbibe and also abide by the (rare without doubt) attributes of Sri Ram Chandra (Maryaada Purushottam). Upanandaji also made people aware of the dangers Hindus are facing at the moment and how the
Bengal administration remains busy to woo Islamists, sacrificing Hindu interests, all the time for personal gains.
It is the need of the hour for Hindus to comprehend the reality, the impending catastrophe, capable enough to unleash a complete hell, to them and that unified resistance to the same can save their skin and kith and kin only.
Hindus have got to observe Ram Navami from this time forth more. But before that they must have the basic ability (masculinity, valor and strength) to do it.