SRMSS demand setting up of Museum at Raghunath Mandir
Rajiv | 21 May 2017

SRMSS demand setting up of Museum at Raghunath Mandir

Jammu, May 21: Shri Raghunath Ji Mandir Sewa Samiti  strongly criticised J&K Dharmarth Trust authority  for  scanning and  exporting data  of valuable  and historic books  of Shri Ranbir Sanskrit Research  Library from Shri Raghunath Ji Mandir to Hongkong, Singapore, Britain and Italy  through some NGO who earning multi core rupees  by supplying the most important material of this very  old historic library to out of the country library and this action  of J&K Dharmarth Trust management  is  not only against  the interest of Dogra heritage  but also  finished the importance of  this  historic library  which was built by by Maharaja Ranbir Singh Ji in the year 1846 in which  very old and historic manuscripts in Snanskrit, Hindi, English & Buddhist language preserved  and various scholar visited in this library for studying  and it should  not be exported to out of the  Country at any cost.

The Samiti President Sh. Rajiv Mahajan, General Secretary Th. Karnail Chand, Sh. Ved Gandotra  Sr. Vice President, Sh Vikas Diwan Vice President, Smt. Sunita Sharma Vice President, Sh. Pritam Sharma Organising Secy.  Sh. Parbhat Kapahi Secretary, Sh. Parshotam Sharma Joint Secy. held meeting and discuss the matter  with prominent citizen of the society  and all of  them express serious concern over this issue and disagree with the action of trust and  demanded clarification from trust authority to explain the object and benefit to the trust with this contract  as they alleged this is the property of the Public not any individual and any action in the matter has to be done in consultation and knowledge of public. The Samiti alleged  that person having control on J&K  Dharmarth Trust treating propriety of J&K Dharmarth Trust being a personal property and with action  they expose from  every side as they already   lifted  "Rag and Ragni" Valuable Books which were Written with golden words from Library and till then they unable to trace the same and  Shri Raghunath Ji treasury worth Crore of rupees also lifted and sold the multi Kanals land  belonging to different temples  and they know trying to lift another gold /silver Jewellery   which is lying in head office of the Trust  the Samiti member demanded  stopping the scanning of books, maintaining proper record of all the gold and silver Jewellery donated by the devotees  ( including lifted from Shri. R.N.Ji. Temple in 1992)  and bring it on white paper so that it may be protected.

The Smiti further demanded that one Museum Hall be constructed at Shri Raghunath Ji

Mandir Complex in which all the old Gold / Silver ornaments and historic books can be display for attracting devotees.

Uday Chand, Sh Upender Bhat, Sh. Pawam Kumar Baru.  Sh. Vinit Raina and others were present in the press Conference and supported the movement started by the samiti.