New Delhi: The Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha, under the leadership of Delhi Pradesh Vice President Rana Sujit Singh, organized a weapon worship ceremony at the New Delhi Navy Valley Military Farm. During this event, participants took an oath to protect the nation and its pride through weapon worship. The program witnessed the presence of the National President of the Akhil Bharatiya Kshatriya Mahasabha, Raja Manavendra Singh, along with informed individuals from the Rajput community across the country.
Raja Manavendra Singh, who attended the event as the chief guest, extended his heartfelt greetings for Dussehra to all citizens, including those from the Rajput community, who were present at the weapon worship ceremony. He emphasized the significance of weapon worship as a tradition and history of the Rajput society, highlighting the need to continue this practice to preserve culture and heritage. Raja Manavendra Singh urged the Rajput community to consistently make efforts to uphold their pride and the nation’s honor, both by educating their children and imparting knowledge about self-defense and social traditions.
During the program, Delhi Pradesh President Udayveer Singh Chauhan and Vice President Rana Sujit Singh welcomed and congratulated all dignified citizens of the Kshatriya community, along with Raja Manavendra Singh. They stressed the importance of always staying ahead in defense of the nation, a tradition that has been an integral part of the Kshatriya community. The Rajput community has also historically wielded arms for the defense of their pride, which is why the weapon worship event was organized.
Rana Sujit Singh welcomed all the guests and called upon the Kshatriya community to stand united and continue their efforts to safeguard their rights. The program saw participation from thousands of citizens of the Kshatriya community from various states, including Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, Chandigarh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and more. They all came together to perform weapon worship and collectively pledged to preserve the culture, heritage, and tradition of the Rajput society. A grand community feast was also organized during the event.