Have come from the land of Somnath to seek blessings of Lord Jagannath!

Published By : Admin | July 16, 2013 | 17:46 IST
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On Tuesday 16th July 2013 Shri Narendra Modi travelled to Odisha. Shri Modi offered prayers at the Jagannath Temple in Puri and he also prayed at Gundicha Temple in Puri. He affirmed that Odisha and Gujarat have a strong bond in various areas. Shri Modi met Gajpati Maharaj, the Chairman of the Jagannath Temple in Puri. In Puri he met Jagatguru Shankracharya Swami Nisschlanda. He offered prayers for all those who lost their lives during the Uttarakhand floods.

Talking to the media on the sidelines of his visit to Puri, Shri Modi said that he sought the blessings of Lord Jagannath for the prosperity of our nation. Speaking in both Oriya and Hindi, Shri Modi stated that he has come from the land of Somnath to the land of Jagannath to seek His blessings. The Chief Minister shared that Lord Jagannath has always blessed Gujarat and its people.

Shri Modi stated that the people of Odisha have an immense contribution in the development of Gujarat. He pointed that there would be no district or Tehsil of Odisha whose people are not working in Gujarat. He went on to say that both Odisha and Gujarat are coastal states and both of them are blessed with the magnificent sun temples of Konark and Modhera.

Earlier in the day, he was warmly received by BJP leaders at Bhubaneswar airport and he travelled to Puri by road, during which he offered tributes to Panchsakhas at Sakhagopal.  BJP leader Dr. Chandan Mitra, who accompanied Shri Modi Tweeted in the morning, On way to Puri accompanying Narendra Modiji to seek blessings of Prabhu Jagannath. Seems whole of Bhubaneswar is on the road to greet him.

 

Below is what Shri Modi said in Oriya during his visit to Puri:

 

ओडिशा र भाई  ओ भोउणी मानंकू पवित्र रथजात्रा अवसर रे नमस्कार ।

आजी पुरी धाम रे महाप्रभु जगन्नाथंक दर्शन करी मु नीज कू धन्य मने करूछी ।

मु सोमनाथंकर माटीरू आसी, महाप्रभु जगन्‍नाथंक माटी रे पहंचीछी।

गुजुराट र अर्थनैतिक प्रगति रे ओडिशा र मानव संबल ओ एहा र योगदानकू मु सम्‍मान कुरूछी।

महाप्रभु जगन्नाथ देश एवं देशवासिंकर मंगल करंतु ।

एतिकि प्रार्थना ।

 

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has congratulated the people of Manipur on the 50th statehood day of Manipur. Speaking on the occasion, he paid tribute to the sacrifices and efforts of each and every person who contributed to this glorious journey. He termed the resilience and unity of the Manipuri people in the face of ups and downs of their history as their true strength. He reiterated his continued efforts to get first-hand account of expectations and aspirations of the people of the state that enabled him to get a better understanding of their feelings and expectation and find ways to tackle the problems of the state. He expressed happiness that Manipuri people could fulfil their greatest desire for peace. “Manipur deserves peace and freedom from closures and blockades”, he said.

The Prime Minister said that the government is committed to make Manipur the sports powerhouse of the country. He said that sons and daughters of Manipur have brought laurels in the sports field and in the light of their passion and potential India’s first sports university was established in the state. He also remarked on the Manipur’s youth’s success in the start-up sphere. He underlined the government’s commitment for the promotion of the local handicraft.

The Prime Minister stressed Manipur’s key role in the vision of making the North-East the center of Act East policy. He said under the ‘double-engine’ government, Manipur is getting long awaited facilities like Railways. Thousands crore rupees worth connectivity projects are underway in the state including Jiribam-Tupul-Imphal railway line. Similarly, with Imphal airport getting international status, connectivity of North-Eastern states with Delhi, Kolkata and Bengaluru has improved. Manipur will also benefit from India-Myanmar-Thailand tri-lateral highway and upcoming 9 thousand crore natural gas pipeline in the region.

The Prime Minister said that obstacles in the growth journey of the state have been removed and next 25 years are the Amrit Kaal of Manipur’s development. He concluded by wishing for the state’s double-engine growth.