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CM interacts with the participating saints of the Gujarat Tirth yatra of Ramakrishna Mission

    When spiritual power combines with science and technology, new results of development are created: CM

    GoG has made efforts to deliver schemes to the last man of the society: CM


    Gandhinagar, Thrusday: Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel had a direct interaction with the saints who participated in the Gujarat Tirth yatra (pilgrimage) of Ramakrishna Mission Sanyasis at Adalaj Trimandir in Gandhinagar. He said that when the disciplines of spirituality and religion combine with science and technology, new developmental outcomes are created.

    Ramakrishna Mission-Rajkot has organized a Gujarat Tirth yatra of 125 sannyasis from the country and abroad.

    This yatra has reached the Trimandir at Adalaj in Gandhinagar on Thursday. The country is achieving a new height of development under the hardworking leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. While we have got the opportunity to serve the people under the guidance of the Prime Minister, the state government is working tirelessly to deliver schemes to the last man of the society.

    When a person goes off track from the path of duty, it is religion that shows him the right direction.

    Minister of Tribal Development and Education Shri Kuberbhai Dindor present on the occasion, welcomed the saints.

    Leader Mr. Ratnakarji in his occasional address said that, connecting saint power provides renewed energy to face the challenges.

    Nikhileshwaranand Ji of Ramakrishna Ashram Rajkot said that 125 sanyasis from 20 states as well as Bangladesh and Nepal have joined the yatra. The sannyasins will visit the places visited by Swami Vivekananda in Gujarat. He gave information about upgrading the Vivekananda Memorial in Gujarat.

    Swami Prabhu Sevanand Ji of Ramakrishna Mission Ahmedabad welcomed the saints.

    Source: Information Department, Gujarat