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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi said – The time has come for local toys to be vocal

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in ‘Mann Ki Baat’ on Sunday that everyone believes the ability of Indians to innovate and deliver solutions and when there is a sense of dedication, compassion then this power becomes limitless. He appealed to the youth of the country to make online games. PM Modi said that Corona will lose only when you are safe, when you will fully follow this resolution of ‘two yards, mask is necessary’.

Prime Minister Modi in his address further said, “There is a very rich tradition of local toys in our country. There are many talented and skilled artisans who specialize in making good toys. Some areas of India are toy clusters. We are also developing as a center. Toys are the ones to increase activity, toys also give flight to our aspirations. Toys not only make up the mind, toys also make up the mind and also create the purpose. “

He further said, “The global toy industry has more than 7 lakh crores. Such a big business of 7 lakh crores, but India’s share is very less in it. A nation that has so much heritage, tradition. , Should his share of the toy market be so low? “

Generally this time is of celebration. Fairs are held at various places, religious prayers are performed. In this crisis of Corona, there is excitement and enthusiasm among the people, there is also a discipline that touches the mind. It is important to keep abstinence during the Corona period. People are celebrating the festival with simplicity and restraint. Ganesh Utsav was celebrated online in many places. Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated in an eco-friendly form.

PM Modi said, “If we look very closely, one thing will definitely come in front of us – our festival and environment. There is a very deep connection between these two. People of Tharu tribal society in West Champaran in Bihar for 60 hours The lockdown of, in his words, follows the ’60 hour barna’. To protect the nature, the barna has been made a part of the tradition by the people of Tharu society and it has been for centuries. Paddy transplanting has been increased by 5%. The power of the Annadata is bowed down in the Vedas. “

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