Bangladesh Jatiyo Hindu Mohajote (BJHM) was founded on 2006, with the
collaboration of 24 organizations. A strong, effective, enduring and an ever
increasing presence of BJHM is seen in all over the Bangladesh.
It had been strongly felt that there was need of an umbrella organization to
co-ordinate the activity based organizations which where discriminately
scattered and diversified in Bangladesh. It was a collective urge to resound the
Hindu interest not only in Bangladesh but also in the world. Thus, Bangladesh
Jatiyo Hindu Mohajote (BJHM) was born. The main objective of Bangladesh
Jatiyo Hindu Mohajote (BJHM) is to organise - consolidate the Hindu society
and to serve - protect the Hindu Dharma.
Religion and Politics: Bangladesh perspective: Bangladesh rests on a set of
primordial socio-cultural, linguistic and religious identities that have been
distinctively shaped by the history of the Bengal delta. The socio-economic
system around which modern civilization has grown up in Bengal is derived
from a distinctive cultural-religious ideology. As a result, relatively flexible
religious ideologies were mobilized around the mode of production and
economic life of the people. Subsequently, a unique linguistic or religious
identity within Bangladesh have been tended to ignore the multiple identities
around issues of language, class and profession, and at the latest, the religion,
which occasionally served to provoke confrontation and violence.
Minority peoples are facing challenges in Bangladesh for decades on the
impacts of state's denial of rights to them. The challenges are complex which
can be resolved through social, spiritual, cultural and political process.
The mission of BJHM is collective welfare: The fulfillment of the social, economical,
cultural and religious rights of all hindu people in Bangladesh.
What to do at this time for Hindus: Now is the time to think about the existence
of Hindus in Bangladesh. Strategical innovation should be chalked out through
an organizational process so that these not only lead to existence but to
influence the society to propagate immune system for the minority.
Declining Hindu population in Bangladesh region and now in Bangladesh:
Source: Census of India 1941, Census of East Pakistan,
Bangladesh Government Census and Bangladesh Census
Sree Jayanta Sen
Sree Gobinda Chandra Pramanik
Jatio Hindu Mohajote Constitution
Bangladesh Jatio Hindu Mohajote Membership Form