PMs time warp: Modi’s 33-year-old photo surfaces amidst Kanyakumari meditation! Take a look

Prime Minster Narendra Modi after a packed schedule of rally for the Lok Sabha 2024 elections, recently revield that he will be going off sabaticle for two-day meditation at the Kanyakumari's famous Vivekadnanda Rock Memorial today.

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After Modi's visit to Memorial, his flashback images from 33 years ago surfaced on internet and received massive response from Netizens online The images, taken on December 11, 1991, are from the Ekta Yatra, which started and ended in Kashmir and at the well-known Vivekananda Rock Memorial in Kanniyakumari.

All of the "Ekta Yatris," including party veteran Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, are shown in the widely shared photos paying their homage at Swami Vivekananda's statue. Notably, the Ekta Yatra, also known as the Unity March, began in Kanniyakumari in December 1991 and ended on January 26, 1992, when Srinagar raised the national flag.

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Veteran BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi headed the Ekta Yatra, and Narendra Modi—who was a BJP employee at the time—played a crucial role in coordinating the march. The purpose of the Yatra was to firmly convey to the world that India would resist terrorism with unity and firmness. The trip, which took place throughout 14 states, struck a deep chord with the populace and demonstrated the nation's steadfast dedication to maintaining its togetherness.

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Modi is scheduled to meditate for 48 hours at Dhyan Mandapam, the location of Swami Vivekananda's 1892 meditation, beginning on May 30-June 1, PM. The Hindu philosopher-saint was honored with the construction of the Rock Memorial monument. The purpose of the Yatra was to firmly convey to the world that India would resist terrorism with unity and firmness. The trip, which took place throughout 14 states, struck a deep chord with the populace and demonstrated the nation's steadfast dedication to maintaining its togetherness.

After traveling the nation, Swami Vivekananda is reported to have meditated here for three days, during which time he reportedly had a vision of an advanced India. Similar spiritual odysseys had been performed by PM Modi following the conclusion of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Following the explosive campaign and meditation in a cave close to the Kedarnath shrine, his trip to Uttarakhand made headlines throughout the world.