New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that Tamil Nadu’s Uttara Merur inscriptions proclaim that India is the mother of democracy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaking on the first Mind’s Voice radio program of the year, mentioned the book India – Mother of Democracy. He said that the book contains many interesting articles and that it contains many interesting topics.
Prime Minister Modi said that democracy is in our veins, in our culture and in the work we do and mentioned that Indian society is a democratic society by nature. He has also said that Ambedkar has compared the Indian Parliament with the association of Buddhist monks.
Prime Minister Modi pointed out that the inscription in Uttaramerur, a very small but famous village of Tamil Nadu, mentions how the village council elections should be conducted and that this inscription was written 1100-1200 years ago, and said that it can surprise the world. Prime Minister Modi has also described this inscription as a small constitution.
Similarly, Narendra Modi said that the Basaveshwara Temple built in Karnataka in the 12th century has a hall called Anubhava Mandapam, and that it was built so that anyone can share his experience without any hesitation and said that many discussions have been held in this hall.
Prime Minister Modi said that the use of small grains has increased in the country and mentioned that the farmers who produce small grains are very excited about this.
Pointing out that a person who mentioned Kashmir on social media questioned what else could be more beautiful than this paradise, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that what he said is true and that is why Kashmir is described as heaven on earth.