PM Modi in Mann ki Baat.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered his monthly radio address, 'Mann Ki Baat,' to the country. This was the 80th episode of PM Modi's talk show, in which he discussed national concerns.The biggest tribute to Major Dhyan Chand, according to PM Modi, is the country's youth's current passion for sports."Irrespective of the number of medals won, no citizen of India enjoys victory until a medal is won in hockey. And this time, in the Olympics, the medal that was won for hockey came our way after four decades," PM said. "This time, the Olympics have created a major impact.
The events at the Olympics are over; the Paralympics are going on. Whatever our country earns in this world of Sports may be little in comparison with the world, but enough has happened to bolster our belief," PM Modi said. "In the country now, Sports and Games, sportsman spirit is not to stop. In family life, in social life, in the life of the Nation, this momentum has to be accorded permanence…infusing it with energy…replenishing it with relentless new energy," said PM.Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished his countrymen a joyful Krishna Janmashtami on Sunday and asked them to continue the nation's rich traditions."The festival of Janmashtami is the festival of birth of Bhagwan Shri Krishna.
We are familiar with all the forms of Bhagwan, from naughty Kanhaiya to the one taking Colossal form Krishna, from the one well versed in scriptures to one skilled in weaponry. Be it art, beauty, charm, where all is not Krishna there! But I am saying all this because a few days before Janmashtami I had gone through an interesting experience. So I felt I should talk about this to you. You must be aware that on the 20th of this month the construction work related to Bhagwan Somnath temple has been dedicated to the people '' he said.He claims that the Bhalka Teerth, which is around 3-4 kilometres away from Somnath temple, is where Lord Krishna spent his final moments on earth. Jadurani Dasi, a US citizen, was also highlighted by the Prime Minister,
Who shared her chat with him.Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked in his monthly radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat' on Sunday that the toy sector has a global market worth roughly Rs 6 to 7 lakh crore, and that the country's youth have vowed to create an impression with Indian toys around the world.He claims that today's youth are focused on improving toy-making methods, variety, and technology, as well as experimenting with new things.
PM Modi went on to say that a huge percentage of the country's youth are eager to take risks and want to start their own businesses, emphasising the country's youth's potential.Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised Indore city's growth and talked about the city's decision to maintain a 'Water Plus City' in his 80th edition of 'Mann ki Baat' radio programme, praising the ongoing Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in the country.Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged Indians to conserve and preserve Sanskrit on Sunday, saying the language fosters knowledge and enhances national solidarity.
Source: The Times of India
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