PM Modi's Visit to Gurudwara Patna Sahib: Prayers and Langar Service Before Poll Rallies
PM Modi's Visit to Gurudwara Patna Sahib: Prayers and Langar Service Before Poll Rallies

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent visit to Gurudwara Patna Sahib in Bihar showcased a unique blend of respect and service. Dressed in a Sikh turban, PM Modi not only offered prayers but also humbly served langar to devotees, embodying the values of Sikhism. The visit captured heartfelt moments, including PM Modi shaking hands with a young child, reflecting warmth and inclusivity.

Gurudwara Patna Sahib, also known as Takhat Sri Harimandir Ji, holds immense cultural and historical significance as one of the five takhats of the Sikhs. It was commissioned by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in the 18th century to mark the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh.

PM Modi's participation in langar seva, where he assisted in cooking and serving food, resonated deeply with the Sikh community, showcasing humility and service.

The visit comes amid the backdrop of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, with Bihar's 40 Lok Sabha constituencies playing a pivotal role. The Mahagathbandhan and NDA have announced their seat-sharing agreements, intensifying the political landscape.

Prior to his Gurudwara visit, PM Modi held a grand roadshow in Patna, joined by CM Nitish Kumar and BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad. The roadshow witnessed immense support and enthusiasm, with supporters thronging the streets adorned with vibrant saffron displays.

PM Modi's visit to Gurudwara Patna Sahib symbolizes not only his respect for diverse cultures and religions but also underscores the spirit of service and inclusivity.

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