Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the first section of the rebuilt Kashi Vishwanath corridor in Varanasi on Monday, December 13th. PM Modi visits Varanasi for the same.
“In the history of Kashi Vishwanath, a new chapter has been written. The site is not just a magnificent landmark, but also a symbol of Sanatan culture and traditions in India.” PM Modi mentioned this while speaking to the crowd. “The inauguration of Kashi Vishwanath Dham would provide India with a clear orientation and a brighter future. This facility stands as a testament to our ability, as well as our responsibility.” PM Modi stated in a statement.
PM Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister (CM) Yogi Adityanath later had lunch with workers involved in the Kashi Vishwanath corridor construction project. The two leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) inspected the corridor and had a boat ride from Lalita Ghat to Ravidas Ghat.
PM Modi had earlier stated in his speech that the Kashi Vishwanath temple grounds, which were formerly barely 3,000 square feet, had grown to 5 lakh square feet and could now accommodate 50,000 to 75,000 devotees every day.
Tyrants tried to demolish Varanasi, he continued, but it survived as sultanates rose and fell.
PM Modi visits Varanasi and after the inauguration said that a new chapter in the history of Kashi Vishwanath was being written today.
The premises of the Kashi Vishwanath Dham are not only a huge ‘Bhavan,’ but also a symbol of India’s ‘Sanatan’ culture and traditions. According to the PM, one can see how historical-cultural impulses are guiding the future here.
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PM Modi then conveyed his gratitude to every laborer who toiled day and night to build the great structure. Moreover, during the country’s war with Covid. Despite the unusually long period of time, the laborers continued to work and completed the project with zeal. “I’ve just had the pleasure of meeting these labor colleagues and receiving their blessings,” the PM remarked.