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Vedic Pathshalas for Sanskrit and rituals
Apart from temple-based programs, Community Centers have to be created for Brahmins and non-Brahmins to educate males and females, children, young and old in the society to foster qualities of unity, brotherhood, self-respect, self-reliance, co-operative attitude on observing socio-cultural rites.
Also there is need for imparting ritual training including Sanskrit to priests and people (if needed on hiring scholars from outside) for periodic training in day/night schools and Vedic Pathshalas. Periodic two way interactions of Brahmins and non-Brahmins in social and religious functions with provision of discussion, discourse can help to improve Brahminic culture.
This will also help better clientele or congregational relation for priests, to clear ambiguity of priestly responsibility and bring happiness in the minds of the common people and to strengthen understanding and communication across religious lines.
For instance, observance of community functions like Vishnu Jajyna, Gana Shiva Puja,Durga Puja etc., and to co-operate, contribute physically and conduct socio-religious functions community Upanayan, marriage as also post-death rites, can help to form emotional bondage among participating citizens.
Formation of Brahmin Association
Formation of Brahmon Sobha, as an open association and forum of discussion within members would help greatly to set the things right on bringing about reforms in religious rites, observation and practices in tune with the times. Such Brahmon Sobha, can seek cooperation and mutual respect among peoples of all faiths through organizational partnerships and coalitions, inter-religious/tribal/caste dialogue, exchanges among seminaries, colleges, universities, and learned societies, formal and informal discussions and conversations, academic conferences, publications, and personal interactions. It can take steps to eliminate poverty, unemployment prevalent amongst community members with properly planned endeavors. It can also plan and implement steps for the progress and welfare of Brahmin priests/ purohitas who incidentally are entirely dependent on community to provide safety and security and ensure proper respect as well as deserving dignity, take all steps to see that roots of Vedic dynasty prosper and do not get impoverished. Such Brahmon Sobha with collective wisdom and purposive action would therefore be enabled for collective action, can promote social, religious, cultural and economic welfare, reach out to economically weaker sections within the community and finally pursue spiritual pursuits on bringing ray of hope to the people who have lost material aspirations in the struggle of existence at some critical stage of crisis in life. Such Brahmon Sobha will also help to develop civic sense, patriotism and national consciousness without any political lineage.
Patronization from Government
Like Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and other states, the State Government of Assam usually grants Special Casual Leave to employees to participate in the biennial conferences of the Assam Brahmin Samaj. Being a priestly class, with little scope and lack of inherent mentality of amassing wealth, the substantial Brahmin population is generation wise economically poor and downtrodden. The situation has aggravated in recent years due to incorrect projections of Brahmins in society. The situation required to be addressed in proper perspectives. The Govt. of Assam along with other states are actively considering creation of ‘The Brahmin Welfare Council’ and for providing remuneration/ salary to the priests ‘Pujari’ of different temples. Issue of reservation and other incentives for Brahmin students are also being raised from various corners. It is now thought that small nourishment to generation wise intellectual Brahmin group in India would be a worth-paying proposition in the days of global competition of merit.
We, the members of the Brahmon Sobha having solemnly resolved to form an Association in order to secure our members, patrons, sympathizers to achieve and upgrade standard of living, peace and prosperity in individual, community and social life irrespective of age, sex, class both qualitatively and quantitatively with the aforesaid objectives and goals as outlined above in the form of State of Art, that reflects mission and existing opportunities on bringing unity and integrity, love, care and attention among all sections of the community in a common platform and on developing mindset through necessary orientation and motivation.
Brohmo Jyoti Dorshon
Brahmon Sobha, the global Society, is an educational, religious, cultural and non-profit earning organization. It came into being on 4th April, 2010.
The exact location of Dakini is debated. The Shiva Purana and the Koti Rudra Samhita refer to Bhimashankar Jyotirlingam in Dakini. Daini Bama at Pamohi is interpreted by the devotees to be one of the Dwadas Jyotirlinga
Brahmon Mahila and Yuva Sobha
A wing of Brahmon Sobha. The foundation meeting of the Brahmon Mohila Sobha was inaugurated on chanting Mangalacharan lead by Laksman Chandra Bhattacharjee, President Brahmon Sobha and on lightning lamp and on offerings tributes to Sri Sri Bhagawan Parashuram
Brahmon Sobha in National Platform
All India Multiligual Brahmin Federation (Akhil Bharatiya Bahubhasiya Brahman Mahasangh) President Vedachraya Moreswar Vinayak Ghaisas Guruji along with other members are presenting Memorandum to the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh at Parliament House on 8th May,2012. This is the first occasion that united efforts of All India Multilingual Brahmin Federation could reach to the highest functional office of the Government of India.