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Weapons are worshiped in India not to dominate any land, but to protect its own: PM Modi

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New Delhi, Oct 24: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that it is a matter of great fortune to witness the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh) and the divine sound that would reverberate the grand Ram Lala temple next year will bring immense joy to the .
Addressing ‘Ravan Dahan' gathering in the Capital, the Prime Minister said that the construction of temple at the Lord Ram's birthplace is a symbol of victory for Indians after centuries of waiting and patience.
“We are just few months away from the opening of the temple. Lord Rama will soon be arriving,” he said.
Modi extended Vijayadashmi greetings to people and called for the end of discrimination in the society.
“We should resolve to end evils and discrimination in society,” he said.
He said that apart from being the celebration of Lord Ram's victory over Ravan, Vijayadashmi should also be a festival of triumph of patriotism over the evils prevalent in the country. He noted that is not only the world's largest democracy but also the most trusted democracy.
Referring to the Shastra Poojan tradition on Dussehra, the Prime Minister emphasized that in India weapons are not used for annexation but for .
PM Modi reiterated the importance of the next 25 years for India and said, “We have to create an India of Lord Ram's ideas. A developed India, which is self-reliant, a developed India, which gives the message of world peace, a developed India, where everyone has equal rights to fulfill their dreams, a developed India, where people feel a sense of prosperity and satisfaction. This is Ram Raj's vision.”
Addressing ‘Ravan Dahan' gathering in the national capital, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that it is a matter of great fortune to witness the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh) and the divine sound that would reverberate the grand Ram Lala temple next year will bring immense joy to the world.
The prime minister said that the construction of temple at the Lord Ram's birthplace is a symbol of victory for Indians after centuries of waiting and patience.
“We are just few months away from the opening of the temple. Lord Rama will soon be arriving,” he said.
Modi extended Vijayadashmi greetings to people and called for the end of discrimination in the society.
“We should resolve to end evils and discrimination in society,” he said.
He said that apart from being the celebration of Lord Ram's victory over Ravan, Vijayadashmi should also be a festival of triumph of patriotism over the evils prevalent in the country. He noted that India is not only the world's largest democracy but also the most trusted democracy.
Referring to the Shastra Poojan tradition on Dussehra, the Prime Minister emphasized that in India weapons are not used for annexation but for defence.
PM Modi reiterated the importance of the next 25 years for India and said, “We have to create an India of Lord Ram's ideas. A developed India, which is self-reliant, a developed India, which gives the message of world peace, a developed India, where everyone has equal rights to fulfill their dreams, a developed India, where people feel a sense of prosperity and satisfaction. This is Ram Raj's vision.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that in India, weapons are worshipped not to dominate any land but to protect its own land.
“On Vijayadashami, there is a tradition of ‘Shastra Puja' as well. On Indian soil, weapons are worshipped not to dominate any land but to protect its own land. Our Shakti Puja is not just for us but for the welfare of the entire world…” PM Modi said, while addressing the public gathering at the Dwarka Sri Ram Leela Society at DDA ground in Sector 10 in the national capital.
Referring to the success of the Chandrayaan-3 mission, the PM said that the country is celebrating the festival of Dussehra after almost two months of the Moon mission.
After a 40-day journey into space, the Chandrayaan-3 lander, ‘Vikram', touched down on August 23 at the uncharted lunar South Pole making India the first country to do so.
” I wish all the countrymen a very happy Navratri and Vijayadashami. The festival symbolises the victory of good over evil. This time we are celebrating Vijayadashami when it has been 2 months since our victory over the Moon. We know the knowledge of Gita and also have the capability to build INS Vikrant and Tejas,” the PM said.
PM Modi further said the people of the country know the dignity of Lord Ram and also know how to protect the boundaries of the nation.
“Today we are fortunate that we are able to see the grandest temple of Lord Rama being built. On the next Ramnavami in Ayodhya, every note echoing in Ramlala's temple will bring joy to the entire world. Only a few months are left for Lord Ram to reside in the Ram Temple,” he added.

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