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In the 101st episode of radio program Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday spoke for half an hour on Yuvasangam, country’s museum, water conservation and Savarkar’s birth anniversary.
PM said- In Yuvasangam, youth go to cities and villages of other states, they get a chance to meet different types of people.
The museums of the country help a lot for the coming generations. Ten new museums dedicated to the contribution of tribal brothers and sisters in the freedom struggle are being set up in the country.
Apart from this, the Prime Minister remembered Savarkar on his birth anniversary and said – Veer Savarkar’s fearless, self-respecting nature could never tolerate the mentality of slavery.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 3 big things in today’s program…
1. Youth understanding each other’s language-culture through Youth Sangam
The Prime Minister started the Mann Ki Baat program with a discussion on Yuva Sangam. PM said- In the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat, we talked about Kashi Tamil Sangamam, Saurashtra Tamil Sangamam. Kashi Telugu Sangamam also took place in Varanasi some time back. One such unique effort in the country is Yuva Sangam.
On 19 November 2022, the Prime Minister inaugurated the Kashi Tamil Sangamam in Varanasi. The PM had said that such programs give us a platform to understand each other’s culture.
PM said- There is a lot to see in our country. In view of this, the Ministry of Education has taken an excellent initiative named Yuva Sangam. In Yuva Sangam, youth visit cities and villages of other states, they get a chance to meet different types of people.
In the first round of Yuvasangam, around 1200 youth have visited 22 states of the country. All the youth who have been a part of the Yuvasangam, are returning with such memories, which will remain in their hearts for the rest of their lives. The Prime Minister talked to Gyamar Nyokum of Arunachal and Visakha of Sasaram in Bihar over the phone to know about the experiences of Yuva Sangam.
2. The history of the country is being preserved through the museum
PM said- I was in Hiroshima in Japan only a few days back. There I had the opportunity to visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. It was an emotional experience.
When we cherish the memories of history, it helps the coming generations a lot. Sometimes we get new lessons in the museum and sometimes we get to learn a lot.
A few days back, the International Museum Expo was also organized in India. It featured the specialties of more than 1200 museums of the world.
Modi inaugurated the Prime Minister’s Museum in Delhi on 14 April 2022. The first ticket to this museum was bought by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
We have many different types of museums here in India, which display many aspects related to our past.
In the past years too, we have seen new types of museums and memorials being built in India. Ten new museums dedicated to the contribution of tribal brothers and sisters in the freedom struggle are being set up.
Be it the Biplobi Bharat Gallery in Kolkata’s Victoria Memorial or the revival of the Jallianwala Bagh Memorial, the PM Museum dedicated to all the former Prime Ministers of the country is also adding to the glory of Delhi today. Everyday many people come to pay homage to the martyrs at the National War Memorial and Police Memorial in Delhi itself.
For the first time, necessary information about all the museums in the country has also been compiled. On which theme the museum is based, what kind of objects are kept there, what are the contact details of there. It’s all contained in one online directory. I urge you that whenever you get a chance, you must visit these museums of your country.
3. Savarkar’s birth anniversary today, he is a symbol of sacrifice, courage and determination
The Prime Minister said- My dear countrymen, today, May 28, is the birth anniversary of the great freedom fighter Veer Savarkar. The stories related to their sacrifice, courage and determination-power inspire us all even today. Veer Savarkar’s personality was one of firmness and magnanimity. His fearless and self-respecting nature did not like the mentality of slavery at all.
The Prime Minister had reached Andaman-Nicobar for the first time on 30 December 2018. He then also went to the Cellular Jail where Savarkar was imprisoned for the Kalapani sentence.
PM said- June 4 is also the birth anniversary of Saint Kabirdas ji. The path shown by Kabirdas ji is equally relevant even today. Saint Kabir opposed every evil practice that divides the society, tried to awaken the society. PM paid tributes to actor and former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh NT Rama Rao on his 100th birth anniversary.
PM said- My dear countrymen, we all must have heard a proverb many times. Must have heard it again and again. Everything is lonely without water. Without water there is always a crisis on life, the development of the individual and the country also comes to a standstill. This is a big step towards water conservation. Keeping in view this future challenge, today 75 Amrit Sarovars are being constructed in every district of the country.
Apart from this, the Prime Minister also talked about World Yoga Day to be held on 21st June. PM said- You have to take care of your health in every weather condition. Preparations for World Yoga Day are also going on in the country and abroad. You keep writing your ‘Mann Ki Baat’ to me about these preparations as well. If you get any more information on any other subject, then let me know that too.
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