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From Spiritual Journey To Prasad Ki Thaal: PM Modi's Deep Connection To Mann Ki Baat Inspires Millions Across India

  • Posted on April 30, 2023
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The 100th episode of 'Mann Ki Baat' reflects PM Modi's deep spiritual connection with the people of India

The 100th episode of 'Mann Ki Baat' reflects PM Modi's deep spiritual connection with the people of India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently addressed the historic 100th episode of his popular monthly radio program, "Mann Ki Baat." During the program, the Prime Minister shared his deep connection with the show, describing it as a "spiritual journey" and a way for him to connect with the people of India. He likened the program to "Prasad Ki Thaal," or an offering to God, and said that it has become a crucial part of his being.


Mann Ki Baat as 'Prasad Ki Thaal': How PM Modi Connects with India's People Spiritually

In a deeply spiritual analogy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi likened his monthly radio program, "Mann Ki Baat," to a divine offering known as "Prasad Ki Thaal." Just as devotees bring offerings to the feet of God during worship, the Prime Minister sees the program as a way to offer his thoughts and connect with the people of India. He emphasized that the program has become a spiritual journey for him, leading him from a focus on himself to a focus on the collective. In a humble gesture, he suggested that it is not he, but the people of India who are the true embodiment of the program's purpose.

PM Modi Celebrates Women's Accomplishments in India at Historic Mann Ki Baat Episode
Maan Ki Baat @100


500 Broadcast Centers and 42 Languages: How Mann Ki Baat Transformed India's Outreach

The program has been an essential part of the government's outreach to citizens since it first aired in October 2014. "Mann Ki Baat" has been a catalyst for community action, addressing a diverse range of social groups, including women, youth, and farmers, and igniting a spark of change in society. Mann Ki Baat is being broadcast by more than 500 broadcast centers of All India Radio in 22 Indian languages, 29 dialects, and 11 foreign languages, including French, Chinese, Indonesian, Burmese, Tibetan, Baluchi, Arabic, Persian, Pashtu, Dari, and Swahili.


PM Modi Celebrates Women's Accomplishments in India at Historic Mann Ki Baat Episode

During his address, PM Modi once again celebrated the remarkable accomplishments of women across India, which have been a recurring and popular theme of his Mann Ki Baat program. He praised the achievements of women in different domains, including the armed forces and sports. He shared inspiring stories of women who have initiated self-help groups in rural areas to clean their surroundings, like the women of Deur village in Chhattisgarh, who have been running successful campaigns to clean village squares, roads, and temples. Similarly, he highlighted the inspiring efforts of tribal women in Tamil Nadu who have exported thousands of eco-friendly terracotta cups and united to restore the Nag River in Vellore. His words were a testament to the strength, resilience, and leadership of women across India, who are making a significant difference in their communities and beyond.


Unsung Heroes: PM Modi celebrates those making a difference in their communities on 'Mann Ki Baat

PM Modi also expressed his admiration for individuals who are making significant contributions to society in their respective regions. He spoke about people who have been planting trees on barren lands and hills for over 40 years, those who have been building step-wells and ponds for water conservation for 30 years, and also those who have dedicated their lives to teaching underprivileged children for 25-30 years. He also mentioned those who have been selflessly working towards providing healthcare to the poor. The Prime Minister has often become emotional while mentioning these unsung heroes on his show, 'Mann Ki Baat'.


Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi's Emotional Bond with India Through Radio Waves

PM Modi's emotional attachment to Mann Ki Baat was evident as he talked about feeling disconnected from the people of India after moving to Delhi in 2014. He found solace in the program as it provided a platform to connect with the people of the country. Despite his position as the Prime Minister, he was able to create a bond with the common people through Mann Ki Baat. The program has become an integral part of his inner world, and he feels as though he is never far from the people of India. His words conveyed a deep sense of connection and empathy towards his fellow citizens.

The program has been an essential part of the government's outreach to citizens since it first aired in October 2014. "Mann Ki Baat" has been a catalyst for community action, addressing a diverse range of social groups, including women, youth, and farmers, and igniting a spark of change in society.
Sand artist Sudarasan Pattnaik creates a sand sculpture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi 100 radios on completing (Credit: PTI Photo)



Celebrating Changemakers: How Mann Ki Baat is Empowering Grassroots-level Achievements

A study conducted recently revealed that Mann Ki Baat has had a significant impact on over 100 crore people who have tuned in to the program at least once, resulting in a wave of positive actions across the country. The program celebrates grassroots-level changemakers and the achievements of people, making it a crucial part of the government's efforts to connect with citizens.


The Power of Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi's Commitment to Positive Change

In conclusion, Mann Ki Baat has become an integral part of PM Modi's governance and outreach to the people of India. The emotional connection that he has with the program reflects his commitment to serving the people of India and his desire to create positive change in the country. Through Mann Ki Baat, he has offered the people of India a platform to voice their opinions and ideas and has celebrated their achievements and efforts towards a better future.


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