There are many countries in the world. There is untouchability in it all. The Alvars and Nayans in Bharat have made various efforts to eradicate this untouchability. The Hindu Munnani is doing that with difficulty.
In Tamil Nadu, the Hindu Munnani found a good solution to the caste conflicts in areas such as Periya Kulam, Devadanapatti, Thittakudi in Kandanur Villupuram district, Kattu Mannar temple in Cuddalore districts and Erampatti near Madurai.
1997-1998 The name of Veera Sundaralinganar was placed in the State Transport Corporation in the Southern Districts as it caused conflict between the two communities causing severe damage to the 15 days of non-operation of transport throughout South Tamil Nadu. In this situation, the Hindu Munnani has been inviting community leaders and spiritual leaders for 15 days to go from village to village and bring about social harmony.
The Kandadevi chariot race in Sivagangai district was halted due to a castle clash. In this situation, the election took place very well as the Hindu Munnani called on the community leaders and spiritual leaders to find a social solution.
In 1981, a grand conspiracy was hatched to convert people from the Meenatchipuram Hindu Devendra Kula Vellalar community near Nellai district in Tamil Nadu to Islam. A plot was hatched to change the town of Meenakshipuram to Ragamath Nagar. This was done on behalf of the Hindu Munnani by inviting community leaders and spiritual leaders to turn the city of Rahmat into Meenakshipuram again. There was religious harmony.
An attempt was made to convert one lakh members of the Hindu Devendra Kula community to Islam in Kuriyur, near Ramanathapuram district. In this situation the Hindu Munnani invited community leaders and spiritual leaders to tour many parts of the villages and prevented that religious conversion.
Bharat has different languages, different castes, customs and cultures. This is especially true of those living in the Hindu Dalit community in this country, who are economically and educationally backward and the government has provided incentives for their progress. Dalit Christians who have converted are insidiously fighting to have the same benefits as the Hindu Dalits.
The Hindu Munnani has been fighting for many years not to offer concessions to the Hindu Aryan community to Dalit Christians who have converted. The statue of Dr. Ambedkar was smashed in the Tittakkudi area in Cuddalore district in Tamil Nadu. At that time there was a catastrophe and 35 people in the area suffered greatly. In this situation the Hindu Munnani invited community leaders and spiritual leaders to go on a week-long pilgrimage and light up all the houses and bring peace.
When the local elections in Tamil Nadu were declared in 1900, the villages of Pappapatti, Viyatti and Kachanandal were allotted to the oppressed community in the name of reservation. Under these circumstances, local elections in the area did not take place. At that time the Hindu Munnani called on community leaders and spiritual leaders to successfully conduct re-election in the area.
A few communities in Tamil Nadu are denied worship in certain temples. In this situation, the election was stopped due to the caste conflict in the Kandadevi temple election ceremony in Sivagangai district. In this situation, after calling the community leaders and spiritual leaders on behalf of the Hindu Munnani and finding harmony in the community, the Kanda Devi temple procession went very well.
In Dindigul Mavattam, near Palani, Muslims took the bodies of the dead through the Kali temple belonging to the Baba Balasamudram area Devendrakula farmers and disturbed the worship of the temple. During this time the Hindu Munnani intervened and fought for the Kali Devi Temple and reclaimed the temple.