PM Modi greets people on Eid ul-Adha

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. File Photo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. File Photo | Photo Credit: PTI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 10 greeted people on the occasion of Eid ul-Adha and wished that the festival inspired everyone to work towards furthering the spirit of collective well-being and prosperity for the good of humankind. 

Celebrated by Muslims, the festival commemorates the spirit of sacrifice to obey God.

Mr. Modi tweeted, "Eid Mubarak! Greetings on Eid-ul-Adha. May this festival inspire us to work towards furthering the spirit of collective well-being and prosperity for the good of humankind."

The Prime Minister also wished people on the occasion of Ashadhi Ekadashi, which is observed with particular reverence by followers of Lord Vitthal in Maharashtra. 

“Greetings on the sacred occasion of Ashadhi Ekadashi. May the blessings of Bhagwan Vitthal remain upon us and further spirit of happiness in our society. Sharing a snippet from an earlier Mann Ki Baat in which we talked about the Warkari tradition and the divinity of Pandharpur,” Mr. Modi tweeted while posting a clip from his monthly radio broadcast. 

The day marks the culmination of a pilgrimage the followers of Lord Vitthal take to his temple in Pandharpur in Maharashtra. 

Noting that he was in Dehu weeks ago to inaugurate a temple devoted to Sant Tukaram, Mr. Modi said he had highlighted Tukaram’s noble teachings and spoke about what everyone can learn from the great Warkari, a community of devotees to Lord Vitthal, saints and seers.

He added, “In November last year, I had the honour of laying the foundation stones for key projects that will boost spiritual tourism in Pandharpur. This is a part of our efforts to further popularise the Warkari tradition among India’s youth.” 

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Printable version | Jul 10, 2022 8:23:38 pm |