Formation of Bajrang Dal
Vishva Hindu Parishad decided to start Ram Janaki Rath yatra for awakening the soceity on 1st October 1984 in Ayodha with hundreads of youth. They performed their duty very well. Thus Bajrang Dal was formed with a temporary and localized objective of awakening youth of U.P. and get their involvement in Ram Janma Bhumi Movement. The results of formation of Bajrang Dal were amazing. Most of the young men were proud in getting Bajrang Dal membership. There was nothing against other religions but certain anti Hindu and anti social elements threatened with dire consequences if Vishva Hindu Parishad organized this Yatra. Uttar Pradesh Government, in spite of making sure that those elements could not disrupt our Rath Yatra, refused to give protection to Rath and the participants. The Holy saints made a call to the Youths to protect Rath.
(অক্টোবর ১৯৮৪ সাল থেকে, বিশ্ব হিন্দু পরিষদ (ভিএইচপি) উত্তর প্রদেশ রাজ্যের অযোধ্যায় নিয়মিত মিছিল, অনুষ্ঠান শুরু করে। এই মিছিলকে রাম-জানকী রথযাত্রা বলা হয় এবং এর লক্ষ্য ছিল সমাজের জাগরণ। বিশ্ব হিন্দু পরিষদ আনুষ্ঠানিকভাবে এই অনুশীলনের জন্য অন্য কোনো ধর্ম বিরোধী কর্ম করা হয়নি বলে দাবি করে যদিও, ভারতের সমাজের অনেক বিভাগ এই নিয়মিত অনুষ্ঠানকে একটি উগ্র-হিন্দু আন্দোলন হিসেবে অভিহিত করে। এর ফলে, এই মিছিল ঘিরে সাম্প্রদায়িক উত্তেজনা ও হুমকির একটি পরিবেশ সৃষ্ট হয়। এই পরিস্থিতিতে, বিশ্ব হিন্দু পরিষদের সদস্যদরা মিছিল রক্ষা করার জন্য যুবকদের প্রতি আহ্বান জানান। এইভাবে বজরং দল গঠিত হয়।)
In 1986, it was decided to form Bajrang Dal in other states and very soon Bajrang Dal was formed in other states too.The role of Bajrang Dal in Hindu Awakening is not secret. It successfully got the Hindu Youth involved in Ram Janma Bhumi movement. It is evident from the tremendous success of various programmes, i.e. Shila Poojan, Ram Jyoti Yatra, Kar seva of 1992.
Bajrang Dal – The Youth Power
The Karsewa on 30 October and 02 November 1990 gave an altogether different identity to Bajrang Dal. Such a youth power was associated with it that was absolutely not ready to tolerate any symbols of insult to the Hindu society and which was prepared for any type of sacrifice for the protection of country and Dharma. Bajrang Dal had emerged before the public in the form of such an organisation, especially after 06 December 1992, which was anxiously committed to the creation of a proud, self-respecting and valiant Hindu society. That’s why its motto was Service, Security, and Sanskar together with the maxim of where is rest for me until the cause of Ram is fulfilled. In conformity with the motto and maxim, the slogan ascribed to it was Jaykara Vir Bajrangi, Hara Hara Mahadeva.
- Organisational Activities
Weekly Milan, Balopasana, Diskha Samaroh (Inititation ceremony) and various festivals like:
- Akhanda Bharat Sankalp Diwas (14 Auguest)
- Balopasana Diwas (Hanuman Jayanti—Chaitra Mas)
- Hutatma Smirti Diwas (30 October to 02 November)
- Shourya Diwas (06 December ) and Training camps / Abhyas Vargas etc.
- Agitational Activities
Apart from the Andolans decided upon by the Centre, this category includes conduction of agitation on any of the following issues / matters (which are only suggestive ) and prepare plans for associating the public opinion generated through these agitation and for expansion of the organisation.
Apart from these agitations, some of the additional issues can be like:
- Renovation of Religious Places
- Social Evils like Dowry Untouchability etc. and Protests against isults hurled at Hindus Maan-Bindus, Hindu Traditions, Hindu Conventions and beliefs
- Protests against vulgarity and obscenity displayed on the television and advertisements and through Beauty Contests
- Opposition to the illegal infiltration.