The Chief Minister Narendra Modi is set to begin his one-day series of Sadbhavana fasts after his recent Sadbhavana Mission fast at Ahmedabad. The first in the series begins at Dwarka of Jamnagar district on 16th October. This was announced by state government spokespersons Jaynarayan Vyas and Saurabh Patel.

During the last three-day Sadbhavana Mission fast the temperament of the Gujaratis for peace, unity and harmony became evident to the world. Seeing the unprecedented support the chief minister decided that such fast should also be held in each district of the state, said Jaynarayan Vyas.

In the first fast at Dwarka would cover six talukas viz., Jamjodhpur, Lalpur, Bhanvad, Khambaliya and Kalyanpur. No sooner this announced reached the local people there was keen interest to join the fast. From each village sant, mahant and local leaders have evinced keen interest to the fast.

A week before the fast, there will a spate of programmes by the locals towards creating a spirit of unity. Also an elaborate is being prepared to conduct the fasts in 26 districts and six major cities. Already people have started wearing wrist bands with “Sadbhavna Mission” emblazoned on it, Saurabh Patel said.

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Yoga has become a unifying force, bringing together people across cultures and backgrounds: PM
June 21, 2024

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has lauded the collective efforts of individuals, communities and organisations who came together and practiced yoga at a great scale across the world on the occasion of 10th International Yoga Day. The Prime Minister also expressed gratitude to all those working to popularise yoga.

The Prime Minister posted on X:

“The 10th International Yoga Day has been held at a great scale across the world thanks to the collective efforts of individuals, communities and organisations who came together and practiced Yoga. It is clear that Yoga has become a unifying force, bringing together people across cultures and backgrounds. It is gladdening to see the youth participating in Yoga sessions with such zeal and dedication.

I express gratitude to all those working to popularise Yoga. These efforts will go a long way in furthering unity and harmony. I am also happy to see an increase in the number of Yoga instructors whose expertise and passion is inspiring others to take up Yoga.

May Yoga keep bringing the world together in the coming times.”