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PM Modi tells nation about Guru Nanak Dev Ji with his Mann Ki Baat program

PM Modi tells nation about Guru Nanak Dev Ji with his Mann Ki Baat program
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday addressed India through Mann Ki Baat program from his radio channel. In Today’s Mann Ki Baat program he talks about his Diwali experiences with Jawans, Sister Nivedita who inspired the Bharathiar’s Puthumai Pen and also told about Guru Nanak Dev. He said that Guru Nanak Dev Ji is not only the first Guru of Sikhs but also the world master who thinks about the welfare concerns of all humanity. On 4th November, India is going Guru Nanak Jayanti to celebrate the birth anniversary of first Sikhism Guru.

In Mann Ki Baat PM Modi explode out with words that India has always support for world peace, unity and harmony. He said Guru Nanak Dev Ji was a person who not only thinks about the all the castes and humanity but also raises the concerns over women. He emphasized women empowerment and women’s respect. He also said that Guru Nanak Ji has travelled around 28 thousand kilometres on foot during the time when he delivered a message of true humanity.

He said, in his journey, Nanak Ji communicated with the people and showed them the path of truth, sacrifice and devotion. He creates awareness of unity and equality among people. He always gave three meaningful life messages Japa, work hard, do God work and helps the needy. He also added that in the year 2019 we are going to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Ji.

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Pallavi Parmar

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