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This is the 71st edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat radio program.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said in his radio program Mann Ki Baat that today when we are talking about self-reliant India, then Maharishi Aurobindo remembers. He spoke of relying on his own ability. Aurobindo did not oppose learning from abroad. This is the vocal for local spirit of self-reliant India.

Modi said that Aurobindo used to say that education of the nation should be the training of the mind and heart of the students. What he said about education then, we are doing today through the new education policy.

Highlights of Modi’s address:

  • After studying agriculture, youth should explain the things related to the farmers around them. This will benefit the farmers. About a year ago we came to know about Corona. The vaccine is now being discussed, but negligence is fatal.
  • Despite the Corona period we saw Heritage Week celebrating. Many commendable efforts have been made in our museum in Delhi. Now you will be able to see it sitting at home. Recently read an interesting fact. Valuable data in Norway’s Svalbard Island has been kept so that it is not affected by human disasters.
  • The work of decorating the paintings of Ajanta caves is in progress. There is a change in the perspective of looking at nature. The Internet is flooded with cherry blossoms. Shillong’s pictures are full. The 125th birth anniversary of Dr. Salim Ali is being celebrated. He has done a lot of work for birds. Many bird watching institutions are active in India.
  • In the past, I also got a chance to spend time among the birds. Many people came to India in search of birds and stayed here. Among these are the Jonas who teach Upanishads to the people in Brazil. His journey ranged from stock to spirituality. He lived in Gurukul, Tamil Nadu for 4 years. They use technology to forward their message. He has taught 1.5 lakh students.
  • Just one news must have got your attention. Gaurav Sharma, a New Zealand MP, took oath in Sanskrit, one of the world’s oldest languages. We wish that they will achieve new achievements. Tomorrow, Guru Nanak will celebrate the 551st light day of Dev Ji. Their messages are heard around the world. They used to say that the servant’s job is to serve.
  • Over the years, many opportunities to serve came and Guru Sahib took many services from us. Guru Sahib was pleased that he closely associated me for service. Lakhpat Gurudwara of Kutch was repaired. It was also praised by UNESCO. In this gurudwara, there is boundless peace.
  • Recently, I got an opportunity to join the educational activity of many universities. The university is like Mini India. New India (Innovation) is also visible with diversity there. I am interested in knowing one thing: who are the alumnae of an institute? Two things never end after they leave school. School-college influence and attachment to that institution.
  • This gives rise to the fact that we want to do something for our institutions. Today, alumnae are giving a lot to their institutions. All these things further enrich the knowledge of current students. When it comes to returning something, nothing is big or small. Old buildings are playing an important role in building buildings, skill development.
  • The opening of the Kartarpur corridor last year was historic. It is fortunate that we got the privilege of serving the Darbar Sahib. This has brought the company of the world. This tradition of service to humanity serves as an inspiration for us.
  • Earlier, Modi said that I want to give a good news to the people of the country. Mother Annapurna’s statue is coming to India from Canada. It was stolen 100 years ago in 1913 from Varanasi. I thank the Government of Canada. Mother Annapurna’s deep connection with Kashi. Pleasant for us to return this statue. The gang doing this is being strictly imposed. India is trying to bring back the statues.

Suggestions were sought from people

Modi wrote on social media that every time in Mann Ki Baat we celebrate the success of those who are doing good work for the society. Many such examples are unable to be shared due to lack of time. I read a lot of suggestions and they are really very valuable.

He further said that I have already received many interesting information that inspired the life journey. You keep sharing your thoughts on NaMo App, MyGov or record your message on 1800-11-7800. Mann ki Baat is the radio program of PM. It is broadcast on the last Sunday of every month.

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