Delhi : Panditrao Dharennavar who was recently in news to recite Sri Jap Ji Saheb on “Hari Ki Paudi”, has reached to Delhi to demand “Aurangzeb Road” to be renamed as “Guru Tegh Bahadar Road”. He has written Memorandum to Prime Minster of India, Sri Narender Modi, in which Panditrao has given logical reason for his demand. Panditrao who is Assistant professor in Govt College has conducted Mini research in Chandigarh and Ajitgarh of 200 people in which he has found that 90 percent of people are very much aware of Aurangzeb whereas only 30 percent people are aware of great sacrifice made by Sri Guru Tegh Bahadar ji. The shocking research findings made him to go to Delhi and protest on the road of Aurangzeb in silent manner. He has plan to go to Parliament on “Martyrdom Day” of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadar, 24th Nov 2014.
He has also written letter to Director of Central Board of Secondary Education( CBSE) and Chairperson of ICSE to include a lesson on Sri Guru Tegh Bahadar ji.
Panditrao Dharennavar who has translted Sri Jap Ji Saheb, Sri Sukhmani Saheb and Zafaranama, has said that one day world will bend down in front of Gurus who made sacrifice to save humanity.
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