Prime Minister Narendra Modi
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted the countrymen on Guru Purnima. Speaking at the Asha Purnima Dhamma Chakra program today, he upheld the values of Lord Buddha. The whole world is plagued by epidemics, and Buddha’s teachings and values are very much present.
Mankind is facing a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic today. The teachings of Lord Buddha are relevant even today. Following in the footsteps of Buddha, India today has successfully faced difficult challenges. Modi said that many countries are united in cooperation in difficult times.
This full moon (full moon) is sacred in Hinduism. Lord Buddha taught us at Sarnath about sorrow and the cause of that sorrow. Prime Minister Modi said, “We can win against misery and suffering, and we also teach how to do it.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi remembers the message and teachings of Lord Buddha every year on Guru Purnima with greetings to the countrymen. Similarly, the Prime Minister who tweeted you said that he will address the nation tomorrow (June 24) at 8:30 am as part of the celebrated Dhamma Chakra. Similarly, this morning also people are asking for birthday greetings.
This Guru Purnima is celebrated as Shubh, Poornima. Today many people pay tribute to the teachers who taught him. Similarly, Guru Purnima is celebrated as Vyasa Purnima, the birthday of Vyasa Maharishi. Buddhists are still very special today. Lord Gautam pays homage to the teachings of Buddha. This day is celebrated in the memory of Buddha’s first sermon given in Sarnath.
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