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Home Minister Amit Shah Celebrates Cultural Heritage at Suttur Jathra Mahotsav in Mysuru

Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation Amit Shah graced the Suttur Jathra Mahotsav in Mysuru, Karnataka, on February 11, where he underscored the significance of Suttur Mutt’s ethos of selfless service and cultural preservation.

In his address, Amit Shah hailed Suttur Mutt as a beacon of service, embodying the principles of selfless devotion, work, and charity. He praised the legacy of the 24 saints who led the Mutt over the centuries, nurturing a global following through unwavering dedication to service and spiritual pursuits.

Highlighting the cultural significance of the festival, Amit Shah emphasized its role in reviving India’s rich heritage. He commended the diverse festivities, including Rathotsav, Tapotsav, mass marriages, agricultural fairs, wrestling, and traditional games, which encompass various facets of social life.

Shah lauded Jagadguru Shri Shivrathri Deshikendra Mahaswami for his contributions in advancing the Mutt’s traditions. He lauded the Mutt’s educational initiatives, boasting 350 institutes and a Polytechnic Institute for Divyang students, showcasing a commitment to inclusive education.

Moreover, Amit Shah announced the Mutt’s decision to establish a branch in Ayodhya, following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s consecration of Prabhu Shri Ram’s statue. He praised Modi’s efforts in preserving India’s cultural heritage, citing initiatives like the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, Kashi Vishwanath Corridor, Mahakal Corridor, and the revival of religious sites.

Shah reiterated Modi’s commitment to safeguarding India’s cultural legacy while advancing national prosperity. He emphasized the preservation of yoga, Ayurveda, and indigenous languages as integral components of India’s identity on the global stage.

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