1. Prakash Javadekar to release Sanskrit translation of PM Narendra Modi’s poems at BHU

Prakash Javadekar to release Sanskrit translation of PM Narendra Modi’s poems at BHU

"The book is a collection of poems written by the Prime Minister and translated into Sanskrit," Javadekar said this on the sidelines of an event in Paldev, the village adopted by him under the Sansad Andarsh Gram Yojana.

By: | Paldev | Published: November 20, 2016 3:22 AM
"The book is a collection of poems written by the Prime Minister and translated into Sanskrit," Javadekar said this on the sidelines of an event in Paldev, the village adopted by him under the Sansad Andarsh Gram Yojana.(Source: PTI) “The book is a collection of poems written by the Prime Minister and translated into Sanskrit,” Javadekar said this on the sidelines of an event in Paldev, the village adopted by him under the Sansad Andarsh Gram Yojana.(Source: PTI)

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar will release Sanskrit translation of selected poems of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Varanasi tomorrow.

The book launch event will be held in the morning on the Banaras Hindu University campus, officials said.

“The book is a collection of poems written by the Prime Minister and translated into Sanskrit,” Javadekar said this on the sidelines of an event in Paldev, the village adopted by him under the Sansad Andarsh Gram Yojana.

Later, the minister also held a Janta Darbar and inaugurated a community hall.

During his visit to Paldev, Javadekar also met patients at a clinic run under the Deen Dayal Research Institute and paid tribute to RSS ideologue Nanaji Deshmukh at Sitaram Kutir. Varanasi is the Lok Sabha constituency of Modi.

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