Self-proclaimed Dhirendra Shastri alias Bageshwar Dham Sarkar says 'Support me for Hindu nation'

Dhirendra Shastri alias Bageshwar Dham

Self-proclaimed Dhirendra Shastri alias Bageshwar Dham Sarkar is back in the headlines after his controversial remarks saying "I support you and I Hindu nation.

Shastri said that India it is such a country that even Tulsi Das had to face challenges, adding, “Any priest, priest or person who challenges Sanat Dharma will get a response. But then I say you support me, I will give to the Hindu. nation".

Dhirendra Shastri addressed a meeting held at Dahihandi Maidan, Gudhiyar, Raipur from January 17 to January 23. Dhirendra Shastri also organized a divine court on January 20 and 21. He also said that Lord Ram enjoyed exile the most in Chhattisgarh and that is why he spent most of his time here. Shastri called people to follow Sanatan Dharma.

On January 20, an organization in Maharashtra challenged him to show his power by performing miracles at an event in Nagpur. Responding to the challenge, Shastri told ANI in Raipur, "Such people come. We don't operate behind closed doors. They (the people who challenged him) should come and see for themselves. Anyone can challenge my words and actions on camera. Lakhs come and sit in the court of Bageshwar Balaji. Whatever inspires me, I write and what I write turns out to be true. I believe in my God."

In a story where he writes about the future of his devotees, Shastri said: "I have acquired the ability through the grace of God, the power of our Gurus and Sanatan mantras. Dharma.”

Everyone should experience it. This is a statement of Satya Sanatan Dharma," he added. He said, "They have tarnished my image. People of Bageshwar Dham give them a befitting reply. Anyone who speaks against Sanatan Dharma will be boycotted."

Regarding the alleged religious conversions, Shastri said: "We are returning Hindus to the faith they acquired at birth. Some people cause harm. They need to be taught a lesson. As long as I live, I allow all Hindus of my word to return to their original faith."

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