Religion

The Vow of a Karma Yogi


 This is an ecstatic moment for Hindus across the world as their Ram Lalla returns to his abode Ayodhya, one of the most divine places considered to be mokshapuri among seven sacred cities by revered saints and scholars.
The karma yogi who took the vow and returned to Ayodhya on Aug 5, Bhumi Pooja day of Ram Mandir is none other than our honorable prime minister Shri Narendra Dhaodardas Modi.


Last time Modiji visiting the sacred place was at 1992 along with Murali Manohar Joshi for a campaign to abrogate article 370 this is when he was a political leader in Gujarat state where he mentioned to reporters that he would return next time to Mokshapuri Ayodhya only during Bhumi Pooja of Ram Mandir at Ayodhya. 

Ram Mandir is one of the core promises and principal agendas of the Bharatiya Janata Party ever since it’s existence which helped them to position themselves in mainstream politics. Everlasting patience, endurance, and grit of millions of Rama bhaktas got answered when supreme court judgement favoured the side for construction of Ram Mandir in Ramajenmaboomi.


This vow of prime minister is seen with utmost importance as he largely avoided mentioning about Ayodhya even in his election rallies. As his lord who was in exile for 14 years, Honourable prime minister Modiji exiled himself for 29 years from Ayodhya until his Vow getting accomplished. 

About the Author:

Vasanth is a passionate Electrical Engineer both by education and profession. His deep interest includes industrial automation and process excellence with the demonstrated professional expertise of leading several projects improving the operating model of large industrial processes with high efficiency and effectiveness. Beyond profession, he is a spiritually inclined person who is always in the quest of ‘knowledge of non-dual self. You can reach him out @VasanthRaghavan

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