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PM Modi played Lord Shiva's favourite Damru in Kashi, video went viral
PM Modi played Lord Shiva's favourite Damru in Kashi, video went viral

Varanasi: Uttar Pradesh is scheduled to go to the polls for the seventh and final phase on March 7. PM Modi's constituency Varanasi will also go to the polls in the seventh phase. That is why the BJP has also put its full energy into campaigning. PM Narendra Modi himself had arrived in his Lok Sabha constituency for campaigning. PM Modi held a roadshow from Mirzapur in Varanasi. After this, he reached Kashi Vishwanath temple to have a darshan of Baba Vishwanath.

 

Like every time, this time too, PM Modi who reached Kashi Vishwanath temple got a different look. PM Modi tried his hand at Damru here. PM Modi, who arrived at the Kashi Vishwanath Temple for darshan, was given a warm welcome by the priests by playing the Damru. Outside the temple, PM Modi took the Damru from the priest's hand and played it himself. Pictures and videos of PM Modi playing the Damru are going viral on social media. Let me tell you that this is not the first time that such a form of Prime Minister Modi has been seen. PM Modi is often in the news for this type of news.

In the month of January, there was also a lot of talk of PM Modi playing a traditional instrument. During his visit to Tripura and Manipur, PM Modi made a lot of headlines by playing the traditional instrument there. In fact, there was an instrument being played to welcome the PM. PM Modi, who arrived among the artists, could not stop himself from playing it. He tried his hand at it. After this, seeing the dhol artist, PM Modi also played the dhol. At the same time, PM Modi, who arrived at the Kashi Vishwanath Temple on Friday, was so impressed to see the drums ringing in his welcome that he could not stop himself from playing it.

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