Guru Gobind Singh ji put knowledge at the core of his teachings and inspired so many people through his thoughts and ideals: PM
Guru Gobind Singh ji did not believe in any form of social discrimination and he treated everyone equally: PM
PM Modi releases a commemorative postage stamp on 350th Prakash Parv of Guru Gobind Singh

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today attended the 350th birth anniversary celebrations of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj in Patna.

A commemorative postage stamp was released to mark the occasion.

Speaking at the event, the Prime Minister said that the world should know how Guru Gobind Singh ji has inspired so many people. He said that Guru Gobind Singh ji put knowledge at the core of his teachings and inspired so many people through his thoughts and ideals. In addition to his valour, there are other aspects about Guru Gobind Singh ji's personality that are admirable, the Prime Minister said, adding that Guru Gobind Singh ji did not believe in any form of social discrimination and he treated everyone equally.

The Prime Minister spoke of his appreciation of the Chief Minister of Bihar, Shri Nitish Kumar, for the effort undertaken by him to save future generations from alcoholism. The Prime Minister asserted that Bihar will play a major role in the development of the nation.

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India’s Top Gamers Meet ‘Cool’ PM Modi
April 13, 2024
PM Modi showcases his gaming prowess, impressing India's top gamers with his quick grasp of mobile, PC, and VR games!
PM Modi delves into gaming, sparking dialogue on innovation and digital empowerment!
Young gamers applaud PM Modi's agility and adaptability, give him ‘NaMo OP' badge

Prime Minister Narendra Modi engaged in a unique interaction with India's top gamers, immersing himself in the world of PC and VR gaming. During the session, Prime Minister Modi actively participated in gaming sessions, showcasing his enthusiasm for the rapidly evolving gaming industry.

The event brought together people from the gaming community including @gcttirth (Tirth Mehta), @PAYALGAMING (Payal Dhare), @8bitthug (Animesh Agarwal), @GamerFleet (Anshu Bisht), @MortaLyt (Naman Mathur), @Mythpat (Mithilesh Patankar), and @SkRossi (Ganesh Gangadhar).

Prime Minister Modi delved into mobile, PC, and VR gaming experiences, leaving the young gamers astounded by his quick grasp of game controls and objectives. Impressed by PM Modi’s gaming skills, the gaming community also gave him the ‘NaMo OP’ badge.

What made the entire interaction even more interesting was PM Modi's eagerness to learn trending gaming lingos like ‘grind’, ‘AFK’ and more. He even shared one of his lingos of ‘P2G2’ which means ‘Pro People Good Governance.’

The event served as a platform for a vibrant exchange of ideas, with discussions ranging from the youngsters’ unique personal journeys that led them to fame in this growing field of gaming, to the latest developments in the gaming sector.

Among the key topics explored was the distinction between gambling and gaming, highlighting the importance of responsible gaming practices while fostering a supportive environment for the gaming community. Additionally, the participants delved into the crucial issue of enhancing women's participation in the gaming industry, underscoring the need for inclusivity and diversity to drive the sector forward.

PM Modi also spoke about the potential for not just esports and gaming content creation, but also game development itself which is centred around India and its values. He discussed the potential of bringing to life ancient Indian games in a digital format, that too with open-source script so that youngsters all over the country can make their additions to it.