PM Modi shares Tamil translation of a poem written on the sea shore
PM Modi shares Tamil translation of a poem written on the sea shore

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu recently. He arrived there to attend informal talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping. During this time, PM Modi wrote a poem sitting on the seashore. He shared a Tamil translation of the poem on Twitter. PM Modi tweeted a picture of the Tamil translation of the poem and said, "I wrote a poem on the beach in Mahabalipuram, here it is Tamil translation."

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In his eight-stanza poem, the Prime Minister has described the ocean's relation to the sun, the wave and its pain and restraint. She shared the poem on Twitter on October 13, saying, 'I got lost in a conversation with Samudra during my morning walk on Mahabalipuram beach.' This conversation expresses my feeling to the world. I am sharing this with you as a poem. ' PM Modi was also seen walking on the beach of Mahabalipuram on the morning of 12 October, during which he also shared a three-minute video, in which he was seen collecting plastic bottles and garbage along the beach.

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Through this, he gave the message of cleanliness to the people of the country. The PM, during his address to the United Nations General Assembly in New York last month, referred to the Tamil poet Kanyan Pungundranar. Chinese President Xi Jinping visited India for a two-day informal summit. During this time, the two leaders agreed not to let the minor tensions that arise in the relationship become a big problem, so that the tension did not affect the attempts to find a shared future.

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