Youths making paper airplanes are sending rockets into space… PM Modi said in Mann Ki Baat

Youths making paper airplanes are sending rockets into space… PM Modi said in Mann Ki Baat

Addressing the program Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, we are fast moving towards the centenary of this program. This program is another medium for me to connect with 130 crore countrymen. Before every episode, reading a lot of letters from villages and cities, and listening to audio messages from children to elders, is like a spiritual experience for me.

The g-20 presidency came as an opportunity
The PM said, the G-20 accounts for two-thirds of the world's population, three-fourths of global trade, and 85% of the world GDP. You can imagine that India is going to preside over such a big group, such a powerful group, three days from now i.e. from December 1st. The presidency of the G-20 has come as a great opportunity for us. We have to focus on world welfare by making full use of this opportunity.

Delegates coming to G-20 are future tourists
PM Modi said whether it is peace or unity, from the environment to sensitivity or sustainable development, India has solutions to the challenges related to these. Our commitment to Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam is reflected in the theme we have given of One World, One Family, and One Future. He said, in the coming days, many programs related to G-20 will be organized in different parts of the country. During this time, people from different parts of the world will get a chance to visit your states. I am sure that you will bring the diverse and distinctive colors of your local culture to the world. You also have to remember that the people coming to the G-20 are also the tourists of the future.

Vikram-S marks the dawn of a new era
The Prime Minister said that every Indian's head was held high with pride as soon as the indigenous space start-up's Vikram-S rocket made a historic flight. It marks the dawn of an era for the private space sector in India. This is the beginning of a new era full of confidence in the country. You can imagine, the children who once used to fly paper airplanes by hand, are now getting a chance to make airplanes in India itself.

Our attachment to art and music is the real identity of humanity
In the Mann Ki Baat program, the Prime Minister said, our attachment to art, music, and literature is the real identity of humanity. We Indians, find music in everything. Be it the murmur of a river, the raindrops, the chirping of birds, or the resonating sound of the wind, music is ingrained in our civilization. Music is ingrained in our culture everywhere. Music also connects our society. Our genres of music have not only enriched our culture but have also left an indelible mark on music around the world. The fame of Indian music has spread to every corner of the world.