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PM Modi Honors Scholars and Promotes Sanskrit Heritage at Varanasi Event

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Varanasi: PM Modi graced the prize distribution ceremony of Sansad Sanskrit Pratiyogita in Varanasi, celebrating the city’s rich heritage and scholarly achievements. Unveiling a booklet on Kashi Sansad Pratiyogita and a coffee table book, he applauded the youth’s dedication to preserving the ancient identity of Kashi.

Addressing the gathering, PM Modi expressed delight in interacting with young scholars, likening the experience to immersing oneself in the Ganga of knowledge. He commended the youth for upholding Kashi’s legacy and envisioned their pivotal role in shaping India’s future during the Amrit Kaal.

Highlighting Kashi’s transformation over the past decade, PM Modi attributed the city’s progress to divine blessings and collective efforts. He emphasized Kashi’s significance as a beacon of India’s eternal consciousness, embodying the country’s cultural, spiritual, and social richness.

PM Modi underscored the importance of Sanskrit as a cornerstone of India’s knowledge, science, and spirituality. He lauded the language’s contributions to various disciplines and its role in shaping India’s identity throughout history.

Emphasizing Kashi’s model of heritage and development, PM Modi cited Ayodhya and Kushinagar as examples of modernity thriving alongside tradition and spirituality. He reiterated his commitment to fostering development and creating new patterns of success across the country in the coming years.

The event witnessed the presence of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and government ministers, reaffirming the collective resolve to promote Sanskrit heritage and empower the youth of Kashi. PM Modi concluded by expressing gratitude to the people of Kashi and reiterating his dedication to serving them as a friend and servant.

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