Ram temple consecration ceremony saw power of unity in India: PM Modi

Asha Bajaj
4 min readJan 28, 2024
India Unity. Photo courtesy: twitter.com/PMOIndia

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New Delhi/IBNS-CMEDA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the consecration ceremony of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya brought out the collective strength and the power of unity in the country, which forms the basis for the pledge of a developed India.

Addressing the first Mann Ki Baat broadcast of the year, Modi said Lord Ram’s governance was a source of inspiration for the Constitution makers and asserted that Ayodhya seems to have bound around a common thread crore of people of the country together. “Everyone’s feeling is unanimous; everyone’s devotion is in unison”.

During this period, many people sang Ram bhajans and dedicated them to Lord Ram, while on January 22 evening the whole country lit ‘Ram Jyoti’ and celebrated Diwali, he noted. ‘During this time, the collective strength of the country was visible which also forms the basis of our pledge of a developed India,’ he said.

Pran Pratishtha of Shri Ram in Ayodhya has woven a common thread, uniting people across the country. #MannKiBaat pic.twitter.com/I5r9YagGTT — PMO India (@PMOIndia) January 28, 2024

Reflecting on the women’s power that was on display on the 75th Republic Day, PM Modi said India of the 21st century is moving ahead with the mantra of women’s development.

“My dear countrymen, this time the parade of 26th January was awesome, but the most discussed element was seeing women power in the Parade… the PM said, adding that “This time, out of the 20 contingent that marched in the parade, 11 were of women”.

Pran Pratishtha of Shri Ram in Ayodhya has woven a common thread, uniting people across the country. #MannKiBaat pic.twitter.com/I5r9YagGTT — PMO India (@PMOIndia) January 28, 2024

In his broadcast, Modi said many Padma awardees are those who work at the grassroots and away from the limelight to make big changes.

‘I am very happy that the system of Padma Awards has transformed completely in the last decade. Now it has become people’s Padma,’ he said.

The contribution of each one of the Padma Awardees is an inspiration for…

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Asha Bajaj

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