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PM Modi said in his heart: My biggest shortcoming is not to learn Tamil, the ancient language of the world.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on Sunday through his radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’. The Prime Minister started his address with the festival of Magha Purnima. He said that the month of Magha is considered especially associated with rivers, streams and water bodies. The Prime Minister said that the touch of water is necessary for life and development.Referring to Sant Ravidas, he said that it is my good fortune that I am connected to Varanasi, the birthplace of Sant Ravidas ji. The Prime Minister said that the youth should not tie themselves in old ways to do any work. He said that I could not make much effort to learn Tamil, the oldest language in the world. I did not learn Tamil. The Prime Minister said that it is a beautiful language.


Games that have rich commentary are promoted rapidly.

  • Best wishes to all of you for the festival, as well as there should not be any relaxation in the rules regarding Corona.
  • The month of March is also the last month of our financier year, therefore, it will be very busy for many of you.
  • My dear young friends, the coming months are of special importance in the lives of all of you. My request to all of you exam warriors, parents, and teachers is to share your experiences, tips before the exam on March. You can share on MyGov and Narendra Modi app.
  • We have seen that games which have rich commentary, propagate very fast. We have many games here too, but commentary culture has not come in them and due to this they are in a state of extinction.


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