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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Lucknow | March 7, 2021:: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said secularism is the biggest threat to India’s culture and tradition getting recognition on the global stage, and warned that “those misguiding people for their own profit and betraying the country” will not be spared. He also urged people not to lose the harmonious spirit of the nation by being involved in petty communal disputes. People who are creating false propaganda about India for a meager sum of money will face the heat, he added.
The Secular people mischievously put doubt before common people about the existence of Lord Ram and Ayodhya, but the spread of the culture of belief of Ramayan and Mahabharat across the world, established the reality of Ram, added Yogi Adityanath.
The CM was speaking during the launch of the first edition of Global Encyclopedia of the Ramayana, an e-book prepared by the Ayodhya Research Institute. He said the construction of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya made the launch of the Global Encyclopedia of Ramayana more special.
Narrating the story of a Buddhist guide found in the Angkor Wat temple during his visit to Cambodia, the CM attacked those questioning the Hindu culture. He said the temple guide was a Buddhist and he was confident enough to admit that Buddhism has originated from Hinduism.
Praising the role of Ayodhya Research Institute to prepare the ‘Global Encyclopedia of Ramayana’, Yogi urged to digitalize the manuscripts of old scriptures available in various place for presenting the pride of Indian Culture and Heritage before the new generation.
Besides, hitting out at some Indian’s narrow ‘secularism’, the Chief Minister urged people “not to lose the harmonious spirit of the nation by being involved in petty communal disputes created by the suspicious secular groups.”
Many senior saints of Ayodhya and other places and many scholars attended the function of e-book launching of Global Encyclopedia of the Ramayana.
Courtesy: PTI | TNIE | UP Deptt of Culture.