Cultural Rejuvenation MODI’S GUARANTEE

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The consecration ceremony of Bhagwan Shri Ram Lala was completed on January 22, 2024 in the presence of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and there was an atmosphere of joy and happiness from across the country and abroad.

The inauguration of the first Hindu temple of Abu Dhabi by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi marks a cultural milestone for the entire humanity. This is an initiative of the Modi government and cooperation between India and UAE made possible by strengthening ties between the people of both countries.
The 900 crore Kashi Vishwanath Corridor was inaugurated in December 2021, increasing domestic tourist arrivals from 60.95 lakh in 2018 to 7.16 crore in 2022.
12,000 crore project launched with the aim of connecting Uttarakhand Chardham Highway Development Project
“Mahakaleshwar Temple Corridor” was inaugurated in Ujjain at a total cost of ₹856 crore, as a result of which, the number of annual devotees there increased three times to 1.5 crore.
Development of five holy places related to the life of ‘Bharat Ratna’ Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar as ‘Panchtirtha’.

Guarantee of Cultural Harmony

Rich tradition like celebrating the birth anniversary of Bhagwan Birsa Munda as ‘Janjatiya Gaurav Divas’ and ‘Veer Bal Diwas’ in memory of the martyrdom of Guru Gobind Singh’s Sahibzade Baba Zorawar Singh Ji and Baba Fateh Singh Ji will commemorate those who sacrificed their lives for the society and culture is receiving the due respect.
Modi government unveils plan to build Maa Kamakhya Devi Corridor in Assam, demonstrating commitment to cultural preservation.
The Modi government reiterated its commitment to Indian heritage by installing ‘Sengol’, a symbol of Indian culture, in the new Parliament House.
The Modi government has taken notable steps to strengthen cultural ties between Kashi and Gujarat with Tamil Nadu, exemplified by the Saurashtra Tamil Sangamam program in 2023 and Kashi Tamil Sangamam program in 2022.
During his visit to the United States of America in June 2023, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi declared the establishment of a Chair of Tamil Studies at the University of Houston, emphasizing the global importance of the Tamil language and

the promotion of Indian languages and culture on the global platform.
The Modi government has taken many important steps towards securing the ancient heritage of the country. The Modi government is continu¬ously engaged in bringing back the ancient artifacts taken abroad illegally, so far 238 artifacts have been brought back from different countries.
The inauguration of Sharda Temple in Kashmir by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is a great example of inter-religious harmony and cultural rejuvenation.
The first International Yoga Day has been celebrated since 2015 due to the proposal of Shri Narendra Modi Ji in 2014 in UNGA and in 2023 he led a yoga session at the United Nations Headquarters, which created a Guinness World Record.
Kartarpur Corridor, inaugurated in 2019, sees 1.3 lakh pilgrims by December 2022, with ₹18.6 crore provided for its security.
The restoration of Hindu temples in Cambodia symbolizes the Modi government’s commitment to preserving the links between global civilizations. This initiative reflects a proactive approach to safeguarding cultural heritage beyond national boundaries.
Development projects like Omkareshwar, Srisailam, Baidyanath Dham, Kalika Mata Temple and river cruise in Varanasi reflect the Modi government’s dedication to cultural restoration and spiritual revival, which was nowhere seen under the UPA regime.
Aadi Mahotsav provided a national platform to Indian tribal culture. 1,000 artisans with over 300 stalls participate in Aadi Mahotsav 2024, promoting entrepreneurship and innovation.
Due to the tireless efforts of the Modi government, three ‘Saroops’ of the holy Granth Sahib of the Sikh community have been brought back to India from Afghanistan.
Now devotees from abroad can also donate langar and service to the holy religious place Shri Harmandir Sahib. For this, F.C.R.A. has been given by making important changes in its rules.
The Modi government has given relief in G.S.T. to religious institutions which feed free food to more than 5 thousand people every month. GST has been kept away to be charged on langar and prasad to such institutions.