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PM visits Tulsi Manas Temple & Durga Mata Temple in Varanasi
Stamps have a special place in society. They are a wonderful way to preserve our history: PM Modi

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, visited the historic Tulsi Manas Temple in Varanasi this evening. He released a postal stamp on “Ramayana,” on this occasion.

Emphasizing the significance of the occasion, when a stamp on the theme of “Ramayana” is being released in the precincts of the Tulsi Manas Temple, the Prime Minister said that stamps have a special place in society. They are a wonderful way to preserve our history, he added. The Prime Minister also spoke of how the life and ideals of Lord Rama continue to inspire everyone. 

 The Prime Minister later visited the Durga Mata Temple, and Durga Kund.

 

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