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The formation of the organisation both in India and Fiji occurred after the assassination of Swami Shraddhananda Hindu activist in India. The formation of the Sabha in Fiji coincided with the formation of a national Muslim organisation, the Fiji Muslim League. Although the organization was formed to bring together all the Hindu groups, its leadership soon came under the control of the better organised Arya Samajis.

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When Shri Krishna Sharma arrived in Fiji inhe assumed leadership of the Sabha, and the Fiji Muslim League, in a complaint to the Government about the activities of Sharma, alleged that the Sabha was formed to commemorate the death of Shraddhanand.

The Sabha was organised at village level into sangathans religious unions and was led in the Suva – Nausori area by Vishnu DeoK.


There was social samucram economic boycott of the Muslims and the extreme elements within the organisation attempted to put pressure on the small Muslim community to undergo shuddhi reconversion. Relationship between Hindus and Muslims reached a low point with assaults and complaints to the Government. One outcome of maah conflict was the call by Muslims for separate representation in the Legislative Council.

Thakur Kundan Singh Kush, who arrived in Fiji inwas the principal force behind the shuddhi and sangathan efforts. Resolutions passed at the meeting asked Hindus to organize themselves and to adhere to the teachings of the Hindu Dharam regarding diet and to boycott a rival newspaper Vriddhi.

The sangathan movement was never fully supported by Fiji’s Arya Samaj as a yindu with Samajs from different parts of Fiji opposing it, but it received favourable coverage from the pro-Arya Samaj newspaper, Fiji Samacharcontrolled by Vishnu Deo. Inan intelligence committee was set up by the Government to monitor the activities of the organisation.


Letters were opened and searched, publications thought to be seditious were destroyed and instructions in Indian schools were monitored. At a meeting hiindu the Sabha, in Suvaa resolution was passed expressing sorrow at the execution of Indian freedom fighters Bhagat Singh and Sukhdeo on 23 March This further infuriated the local European samudam. The decline of the Hindu Maha Sabha was due, not to outside influence, but came from internal division.

While in the past the more numerous Sanatanis orthodox Himdu were content to let the Arya Samajis take leadership of the Hindus in Fiji in the past, the arrived from India, in December,of Sanatani preacher, Ram Chandra Sharma, led to open debate between the two Hindu groups about who represented true Hinduism.


Hindu Maha Sabha (Fiji)

It ended with a court case and conviction of Vishnu Deo. An orthodox Hindu organisation was formed which aligned itself with the Muslims and Christians against the Arya Samaj.

Sharma was joined by another Sanatani preacher, Murarilal Shastri, and the two criticised the Sabha for causing dissension. Samkdram Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Challenge to European dominance University of the South Pacific. A politics of virtue: Hinduism, sexuality, and countercolonial discourse in Fiji.

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