World Has Realised That India''s Human Values Can Bring Lasting Solution To Tragedies Like 9/11: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday mentioned the world has now realised {that a} everlasting answer to tragedies, just like the 9/11 terror assault, can be discovered via India”s human values.

He mentioned that 9/11 is a date that’s remembered for the assault on humanity and it has taught many issues to the world.

Modi was talking after inaugurating by way of video convention the Sardardham Bhavan complicated in Ahmedabad, the place job aspirants and college students can be given coaching. He additionally carried out the bhoomi pujan of Sardardham Phase-II Kanya Chhatralaya, a ladies” hostel.

“Today is September 11, that is 9/11, a date in the history of the world that is also known for attacks on humanity. But this same date also taught a lot to the whole world,” he mentioned.

It was on September 11, 1893, when on the event of the Parliament of the World”s Religions held in Chicago, Swami Vivekananda stood on the worldwide stage and launched to the world the human values of India, he mentioned.

“Today, the world is realising that the lasting solution to tragedies like two decades-old 9/11 will be (found) through these values of humanity. Also, if we need to remember lessons learnt from these terrorist attacks, then we also need to keep making efforts for human values with full faith,” Modi added.

Modi introduced organising a chair for Tamil research devoted to Tamil poet Subramania Bharati on the event of his loss of life anniversary. The chair might be arrange within the Faculty of Arts of Banaras Hindu University, he mentioned.

“Today is the 100th death anniversary of India”s great scholar, philosopher and freedom fighter Subramania Bharati. The vision of ”Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat” that Sardar (Patel) saheb carried, the same philosophy has been shining with full divinity in the Tamil writings of Mahakavi Bharati,” he mentioned. 


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