Holy tradition has always proclaimed ‘Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat’: PM Modi


NNA | Updated: July 10, 2022 12:25 PM IST New Delhi [India], Jul 10 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that whether it was Adi Shankaracharya hundreds of years ago or Swami Vivekananda in modern times, India’s holy tradition has always proclaimed “Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat”. The minister made the remarks while addressing Swami Atmasthananda’s centenary celebration via video conference. Prime Minister Modi paid tribute to Swami Atmasthananda by reminiscing on his time spent with him. and memories. I was always blessed by him, there was an opportunity to be with him. It’s my luck that I stayed in contact with him until the last moment. and documentary to bring Swami ji’s mission to the masses. He also highlighted the huge relief and rescue operations that were carried out not only in India but also in Nepal and Bangladesh under his leadership by Belur Matt and Ramakrishna Mission. PM Modi also remarked on the institutions created by Swami ji to helping the poor with employment and livelihoods. Prime Minister Modi stressed that the ideals of the Ramakrishna mission are to work in mission mode, to create new institutions and to strengthen institutions. “Wherever there are such saints, the centers of service for humanity has come by itself, Swami ji has proved it by his life as a sanyasa,” Prime Minister Modi said. Adi Shankaracharya hundreds of years ago or Swami Vivekananda in modern times, India’s holy tradition has always proclaimed ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat’ The establishment of the Ramakrishna mission is also associated with the idea of ‘Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat’,” he added. While highlighting Swami Vivekananda’s contributions, the Prime Minister said he is living this resolution as a mission. The influence has been seen in all parts of the country and his travels made the country aware of its former national consciousness in the era of slavery, and also instilled in it new confidence.This tradition of the Ramakrishna mission was carried on by Swami Atmasthananand ji throughout his life,” the prime minister said. n remembering his time with Swami Atmasthananda, the Prime Minister said he had the chance to speak to him in Gujarati. The Prime Minister also remarked when during the Kutch earthquake relief works were carried out under the guidance of Swami ji. PM Modi said, “Everyone knows the Saints of Ramakrishna Mission as conductors of national unity in the country. And, when he goes abroad, he represents Indianness there.” The Prime Minister remarked that Swami Ramakrishna Paramhansa, was one of those saints who had a clear vision of Maa Kali, who had given up all his to be at the feet of Maa Kali.” This whole world, this variable and constant, everything is traversed by the consciousness of the mother. This awareness is seen in the Kali Puja of Bengal. A bundle of this awareness and power has been illumined by Swami Ramakrishna Paramahansa in the form of Yugpurushas like Swami Vivekananda. The spiritual vision that Swami Vivekananda felt about Mother Kali infused him with tremendous energy and power,” he said. Kali. The Prime Minister remarked that he could see the same sincerity of devotion and power of Shakti Sadhana within Swami Atmasthananand. While paying homage to the life of Swami Atmasthananand, he said, “Our sages have shown us that when our thoughts are broad, we are never alone in our endeavors! You will see the life journey of so many of these saints on the land of Bharat Varsh who fulfilled the resolutions as a summit without any resources. Shri Modi saw the same faith and dedication in the life of Atmasthananand Ji.” The Prime Minister remarked that when a person from the India, a wise man, can do so much, so there is no goal that cannot be achieved by the collective resolve of 130 crore compatriots. While addressing the gathering of revered saints, the Prime Minister said that 75 Amrit Sarovars are being made in each district as part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. PM Modi urged everyone to inspire people and also join in the noble work of human service (ANI)


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