Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared in his familiar style today at 11 am in the program of Mann ki baat 105th episode. He said that after the success of Chandrayaan-3, the grand event of G-20 doubled the happiness of every Indian.
Bharat Mandapam has become like a celebrity in itself. People are also taking selfies with him and posting them proudly. India has proved its leadership in this summit by making African Union a full member of G-20.
Earlier, regarding this program, the Prime Minister said on X/Twitter that it is always a pleasure to highlight inspiring life journeys.
Table of Contents
- Notable points made in Mann ki baat 105th episode
- G-20 University Connect Program
- World tourism day
- CassMae is crazy about Indian music
- Unique Horse Library
- CM Dhami praised Unique Horse Library
- What is Mann ki baat
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He said that when India was very prosperous, there was a lot of discussion about Silk Route in our country and in the world. This Silk Route was a major medium of trade and business.
Now in modern times, India has suggested another economic corridor in G-20. This is India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor.
It is going to be the basis of world trade for hundreds of years to come and history will always remember that this corridor originated on Indian soil.
Notable points made in Mann ki baat 105th episode
G-20 University Connect Program
The Prime Minister said that another exciting program ‘G-20 University Connect Programme‘ is going to be held in Delhi. Through this program, lakhs of university students across the country will connect with each other.
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Many prestigious institutions like IIT, IIM, NIT and medical colleges will also participate in it. I would like that if you are a college student then you must watch this program to be held on 26th September. Will definitely join it.
World tourism day
In ‘Mann ki baat 105th episode’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also reminded the countrymen about World Tourism Day. He said that 27th September is World Tourism Day.
Some people see tourism only as sightseeing. But a big aspect of tourism is related to employment. I urge you all to do this whenever you plan to travel somewhere.
So try to see the diversity of India. In the last few years, the attraction towards India has increased and after the successful organization of G-20, the interest of the people of the world towards India has increased.
He said that the number of world heritage sites in India has now reached 42. India’s effort is to ensure that more and more of our historical and cultural places are recognized as world heritage.
CassMae is crazy about Indian music
Prime Minister Modi said that 21 year old CassMae is very popular on Instagram these days. CassMae, a resident of Germany, has never come to India.
But she is crazy about Indian music. This interest in Indian music of someone who has never even seen India is very inspiring.
Unique Horse Library
Modi said in Mann ki baat 105th episode, some youth in Nainital district of Uttarakhand have started a unique horse library for children.
The biggest feature of this library is that books are reaching children through it even in the most remote areas. Not only this, this service is absolutely free. Till now 12 villages of Nainital have been covered through this.
Of course, children stay away from schools during summer holidays, but books do not stay away from children. In the remote villages of Kotabagh development block of the district.
Himotthan Tata Trust took the responsibility of delivering children’s literary books to the children even during summer holidays.
Shubham Badhani of Himottahan told that in the remote mountain villages (Talla Jalna, Malla Jalna, Malla Baghani, Salva and Badandhura) there are no roads and no other facilities.
There are some footpaths, but they too are vulnerable to landslides. In such a situation, Ghoda Library was started by Himottahan Tata Trust with the help of youth and local education motivators of mountain villages Baghni, Chhada, Salwa, Jalna.
Every 4-5 days, books were made available through Ghoda Library in the inaccessible mountain villages of Tok. Education motivator Subhash Badhani, local people Harish Badhani, Manoj Badhani, Ravi Rawat, Sharad Badhani, Kaushal Kumar etc. had special contribution in this initiative.
CM Dhami praised Unique Horse Library
After PM Modi mentioned Horse Library in Mann ki baat 105th episode, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami also praised Ghoda Library.
While praising, he has sent best wishes to Himottahan organization and its workers for this unique experiment.
Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt also congratulated. He called and congratulated Shubham Badhani.
What is Mann ki baat
Today is the Mann ki baat 105th episode. In this, the Prime Minister of India directly communicates with the public. It is noteworthy that apart from 22 Indian languages and 29 dialects.
‘Mann Ki Baat’ is broadcast in 11 foreign languages including French, Chinese, Indonesian, Tibetan, Burmese, Balochi, Arabic.
This program is broadcast from more than 500 centers of Pashtu, Persian radio. On April 30 this year, 100 editions of Prime Minister Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ serial were completed.
To commemorate this historic moment, it was screened live across the country. This edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ was also telecast live at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. It was heard live at 6530 places in Delhi.
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