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    On April 27th, 2021, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal organized a massive Hanuman Jayanthi Yatra in Hyderabad. The event saw the participation of over 10,000 people, who marched through the streets of the city, chanting slogans in praise of Lord Hanuman. The procession began at the Kachiguda Hanuman temple and culminated at the Bhagya Laxmi temple in Charminar. The event was organized to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman, who is revered as a symbol of strength, courage, and devotion in Hindu mythology.

    The Hanuman Jayanthi Yatra is an annual event organized by the VHP and Bajrang Dal in various parts of India. The yatra is a celebration of the birth of Lord Hanuman, who is considered to be an embodiment of devotion, loyalty, and selflessness. The yatra is a way for devotees to express their love and reverence for the deity and seek his blessings. The yatra is also an opportunity for the VHP and Bajrang Dal to showcase their strength and mobilize support for their cause of promoting Hindu nationalism.

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    The VHP and Bajrang Dal are two of the most prominent organizations that espouse Hindu nationalism in India. The organizations have been accused of promoting a divisive agenda that seeks to marginalize religious minorities and promote a Hindu supremacist ideology. The organizations have been involved in numerous incidents of violence against religious minorities, particularly Muslims. The Hanuman Jayanthi Yatra has been criticized by some as a display of religious chauvinism and a provocation to religious minorities. However, the organizers have defended the yatra as a peaceful expression of devotion and a celebration of Hindu culture.

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    Rajesh M
    Rajesh M
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