Jyotipunj (Eng)

Jyotipunj (Eng)


The life of only those people in the world is purposeful who are able to dedicate a part or whole of their life in others’ good and service. Such great people have made special contribution in constructing the world’s history.
In Bharat, in 1925 Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was established to achieve the exalted goals of nation-building and individual-building. The work of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has been progressing continuously. A large number of people have contributed in taking ahead this task.
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, a Swayamsevak himself, during his journey for refinement and transformation got an opportunity to come into contact with a number of selfless and devoted people who dedicated every moment of their lives and every particle of their bodies in the service of the Motherland.
Reminiscences of some greatest social workers who relentlessly and untiringly burnt their lives to glow the motherland Maa Bharati.





Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi has become a ray of hope for 125 crore Indians—from a humble farmer to an ambitious industrialist—having taken the route to good governance after being sworn as India’s Prime Minister in May 2014. His concern for common Indian can be
seen in all his actions and he is committed to the upliftment of weaker sections of the society. He has been writing since he was young and is a poet, orator, conversationalist and harbinger of Indianness.
The game-changer of Indian politics, Modi had taken the mesmeric hold over Gujarat masses with three consecutive victories in the state assembly elections and was a senior campaign adviser drawing unprecedented crowds for Lok Sabha 2014 elections. After getting elected PM, Modi is often echoed in 24×7 Breaking News on media channels and enjoys good rapport with the top world leaders whom he visited during his six months of Prime Minister-ship. His initiatives like ‘Make in India’ and ‘Swachchha Bharat Abhiyan’ have been widely lauded. Modi has called for innovative effort to make renewable energy, especially solar energy, competitive with conventional energy and pitched for global cooperation on repatriation of black money.


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