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Narendra Modi finished his 45-hour meditation at Kanyakumari

Narendra Modi finished his 45-hour meditation at Kanyakumari

Narendra Modi finished his 45-hour meditation in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, on June 1.

The Prime Minister began his second and final day of meditation after completing the ‘Surya Arghya’ at sunrise at the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, according to officials.

The BJP posted the first photos of Prime Minister Narendra Modi meditating at the Vivekananda Rock Memorial in Tamil Nadu’s Kanniyakumari, the country’s southernmost tip, on May 31. PM Modi began meditating on May 30 in the evening.

Wearing a saffron shirt, shawl, and dhoti, PM Modi was spotted strolling about the Dhyan Mandapam complex and meditating. This is the very location where Swami Vivekananda had done the same in 1892. This occurs subsequent to his concluding his intense campaigning for the Lok Sabha elections.

PM Modi did “Surya Arghya,” a spiritual practice rite that involves salutations to the Almighty, who appeared as the sun and prayers, at sunrise as part of his meditation routine.

After his Lok Sabha election campaign, Prime Minister Modi made a spiritual retreat.

The Prime Minister immediately went to the Bhagavathi Amman shrine in Kanniyakumari after landing and said prayers.

2,000 police officers were stationed during PM Modi’s visit, and security was stepped up. At the scene, the Indian Coast Guard and Indian Navy kept a close eye on things.

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After his election campaigns, there have been rumors about Prime Minister Modi undertaking spiritual pilgrimages. In 2014, he visited Pratapgarh in Maharashtra, and in 2019, he made a pilgrimage to Kedarnath in Uttarakhand.

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