Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the countrymen today through the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program. This was the 83rd episode of his Mann Ki Baat program. While addressing this program in PM Modi told the countrymen that Corona has not gone yet, there is a need to be careful. PM Modi further said that there are many states in our country, there are many areas where people have preserved the colors of their natural heritage. These people have kept the lifestyle of living in harmony with nature alive even today. He is an inspiration to all of us too. The PM further said that it is not necessary that bravery should be shown only on the battlefield. When Virta expands, many works start being accomplished in every field.

PM Modi said that there are many states in our country, there are many areas where people have preserved the colors of their natural heritage. These people have kept the lifestyle of living in harmony with nature alive even today. He is an inspiration to all of us too. Amrit Mahotsav, along with learning, inspires us to do something for the country, now whether it is common people or governments across the country, from Panchayat to Parliament, there is an echo of Amrit Mahotsav, and the programs related to this festival are constantly being discussed. The series is going on.

The first episode of Mann Ki Baat was aired on 3 October 2014. Earlier in the Mann Ki Baat program aired on October 24, PM Modi had focused on the implementation of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. The PM had also highlighted that India was one of the first countries in the world to create a digital record of land in its villages with the help of drones.

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In the month of December, another big day comes in front of us from which we take inspiration. This day is the death anniversary of Babasaheb Ambedkar on 6th December. Baba Saheb had devoted his entire life to discharge his duties for the country and society.

With the efforts of the government, how did one change one’s life with the schemes of the government, what is the experience of that changed life? When we hear this, we too are filled with sensations. It also gives satisfaction to the mind and also gives the inspiration to take that plan to the people.

In every country rich in youth, three things matter a lot. The first thing is idea and innovation. The second is the willingness to take risks. The third is – Can-Do Spirit, that is, the determination to complete any work, when these 3 things come together, then unprecedented results are obtained.

PM Modi said that I am not in power even today and do not want to go to power in the future also. I just want to be in service. For me, this post is not only for power but for service.

It is not necessary that bravery should be shown only on the battlefield. When Virta expands, many works start being accomplished in every field.

There are many states in our country, there are many areas where people have preserved the colors of their natural heritage. These people have kept the lifestyle of living in harmony with nature alive even today. He is an inspiration to all of us too.

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It is said about Vrindavan that it is the direct manifestation of the love of God. Our sages have also said – this as dhari in Chitta, this asa dhari in Chitta, that jatha mati more. Vrindavan Sukh Rang Kau, Vrindavan Sukh Rang Kau, Kahu Na Palau, and others.

The country also celebrates Navy Day and Armed Forces Flag Day in the month of December. We all know that on December 16, the country is also celebrating the golden jubilee year of the 1971 war. On all these occasions, I remember the security forces of the country, remember our heroes.

Amrit Mahotsav, along with learning, inspires us to do something for the country, now whether it is common people or governments across the country, from Panchayat to Parliament, there is an echo of Amrit Mahotsav and continuously programs related to this festival The series is going on.

Recently, in the program ‘Azadi Ki Kahani – Children’s Speech’ in Delhi, children presented stories related to the freedom struggle. The special thing is that along with India, students from Nepal, Mauritius, Tanzania, New Zealand, and Fiji also participated in this.