Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that our country is home to the worlds oldest traditions . He said that it is also our job to preserve and develop our traditions and traditional knowledge .
New Delhi (New Delhi) — During the 95th anniversary of Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that our country is home to the world's oldest traditions.Consequently, it is also our job to preserve and develop our traditions and traditional knowledge, to advance them, and to do so as well as possible.The Prime Minister highlighted how Indian music has been promoting friendship among people both in India and abroad.Music eases not only the body but also brings joy to the mind, according to the Prime Minister, and it also strengthens our society.During Gandhiji's 150th anniversary celebrations, the Prime Minister mentioned a singer from Greece, Konstantinos Kalaitzis, who has sung Bapus favourite song.The singer has traveled to India almost every year for the past 42 (forty-two).He has investigated the origins of Indian music, different Indian musical traditions, different forms of ragas, talas, rasas, as well as various Gharanas.He has studied the contributions of many prominent musicians to Indian music, as well as the characteristics of Indian classical dances. His book titled Indian Music has about 760 illustrations.It's been three and a half times more India's export of musical instruments in the last eight years, he said.Their export has increased by 60 percent when it comes to Electrical Musical Instruments.This shows that the Indian culture and music obsession is raging all around the world. For us all, it is a matter of chance that our country has such a rich heritage of Music, Dance, and Art, PM Modi said.PM Modi said that we all know the great sage poet Bhartrihari for his Niti Shatak.He writes in one of the verses that an attachment to art, music, and literature is the true identity of humanity.In fact, our society elevates it above Humanity, to Divinity. Our Gods and Goddesses are also connected to music, whether it is the Veena of Maa Saraswati, the Bhagwan Krishna flute, or the Damru of Bholenath.We Indians find music in everything.Music is present everywhere in our time, whether it is the murmur of a canal, the raindrops, the birds' chirping, or the resonating beat of the wind.This music releases not only the body but also the mind. Music also connects our societies.If Bhangra and Lavani have a sense of fervour and joy, Rabindra Sangeet lifts our hearts.Tribals around the country have very different musical traditions.They inspire us to live in harmony with each other and with nature.Our styles of music have not only enriched our culture, but have also left a lasting impression on the world's music scene. He encouraged everyone to take up similar activities and strive for the preservation of cultural traditions in their respective regions and regions.Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat has been given the title of Featured Video Of The Day by RWAs If We Win Delhi Civic Polls.