Minister of External Affairs: Subramania Bharati's residence is a place of learning and sacred pilgrimage

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar visited the family of renowned poet Subramania Bharati . He met his grandnephew KV Krishnan at his house in Hanuman Ghat and asked about his health .

On Sunday, External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar visited the family of renowned poet and freedom fighter Subramania Bharati, who died on his birthday.On Sunday morning, Jaishankar met his grandnephew KV Krishnan at his house in Hanuman Ghat and asked about his health.Commissioner Kaushal Raj Sharma was with him.After speaking with the family members, Jaishankar said that Mahakavi Bharatis' home in Kashi Hanuman Ghat, one of history's greatest Tamil litterateurs, is a center of knowledge and a holy pilgrimage.

Bharati ji was introduced to spirituality and nationalism in Kashi.Kashi had a massive effect on the Bharati jis' outlook on life.The life, thoughts, and writings of Mahakavi Bharati ji, he said, would inevitably inspire the next generation.Later, Jaishankar offered prayers at the Kanchi Kamakotti Math.

On Sunday, Jaishankar also saw changes to Banaras from close quarters.He visited the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and took a boat ride to NaMo Ghat and other Ghats.The External Affairs Minister met with Pt.XII in Varanasi to discuss the G20 summit.

On Saturday, the External Affairs Minister delivered a lecture on Strong Indias foreign policy in the changing global scenario hosted by the Malaviya Center for Peace Research at Banaras Hindu University.India's foreign policy is now multi-faceted, connecting to more global issues, he said.It now has a greater geo-strategic realism and the ability to defend India's national interest in the face of global challenges.India not only protected its population but also demonstrated its global leadership by exporting Corona vaccines around the world, as shown by its global success.

India has recently been elected to the G-20 presidency, and a meeting of development ministers from G-20 countries will be held in Varanasi in the next few months.India's aspiration to be a major power is not achievable without being a knowledge powerhouse, and Banaras Hindu University with its vast knowledge network and human resources would play a pivotal role in this.Kashi has been a capital of culture, knowledge, and debate, according to him, and this university reflects the best aspirations of India post-independence.

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