Dharam Censor Board: Following the controversy over the use of saffron colored clothes in the song ‘Besharam Rang’ from the Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone starrer ‘Pathan’, saints in UP have now formed a ‘Dharma Sansad Board’. Shankaracharya Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati, on Thursday, released the guide line of the Dharma Censor Board alleging that religious characters were being played in films. Shankaracharya said during a conversation with journalists at the Magh Mela camp that this board will not be against the Censor Board, but will complement it. Just as something is filtered through a sieve and filtered a second time with a thin sieve, in the same way the new board will also work so that obscenity is stopped completely.
People from different regions have been kept in this religious censor board. Suresh Manchanda will be the chief in this, Suresh is from the media sector. There, Supreme Court advocate Dr. PN Mishra, Swami Chakrapani from Sanatan Dharma, actress Mansi Pandey, Vice President of Uttar Pradesh Film Development Council Tarun Rathi, social subjects expert Captain Arvind Singh Bhadoria, Sanskrit expert Preeti Shukla, Sanatan Dharma expert Dr. Gargi Pandit, former Director ASI Dr. Dharamveer will be a member of this board.
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Shankaracharya told that the members of this board will reprimand the producers about such scenes, then protest and if needed then go to the court, but such scenes will not be allowed to be telecast now.
these are the objectives
Shankaracharya told that the purpose of setting up this censor is that such scenes should not be allowed in any movie or movie which doubt or disrespect Sanatan Dharma and Indian culture. The visuals should be responsive and sensitive to the values and norms of religion, culture and society. Don’t make fun of religion or culture.
Sins are washed away by the remembrance of Ganga Avimukteshwaranand
Shankaracharya Swami Avimukteshwaranand Saraswati said in the camp of Magh Mela area that sins are washed away just by remembering Ganga. That’s why bath is necessary here. He said that Ganga bath has special importance in Magh Mela. This is the month when all the deities come to the holy land of Prayag. There is a different kind of virtue obtained by taking a bath here. Shankaracharya was giving discourses at his camp on Triveni Road in Magh Mela. During this, he highlighted the importance of religion and the importance of bathing and charity in the month of Magh. Shankaracharya said that Kalpavas is the best time for self-churning and purification of the soul. In this one month, you leave the worldly fascination and make a way to contact God.