Wed. Dec 7th, 2022

Times Group Vice President Samir Jain delivered an impassioned speech at the Times Now Summit dwelling on the important aspects of India’s growth journey and its rising popularity across the globe. Here is the full text of his speech.
“Andhera chhatega, sooraj niklega, kamal khilega,”… When our great celebrated poet Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayeeji had recited these lines, our respected Amit Shah was beginning his journey in politics.
Our energetic Amit bhai, full of high energy, has made sure that Lotus has bloomed in 28 states today.
I thank you from the bottom of my heart for honoring this occasion of the Times Now Summit. Cumbre meaning summit. All of you are welcome. After meeting you, one felt the strength of your determination. I realized that success doesn’t come in a day, but it surely comes one day. That day is today. That moment is now. Times Now.
Today, every Indian is a testament to India’s talent, influence and determination, and also India’s labor and hard work. Every Indian is learning to live his life with enthusiasm, vigor and joy.
From the moment Modiji used “alliteration” at the launch of INS Vikrant, it has resonated across the country. Today, it is a resolution that Times Now, in today’s time, receive you with enthusiasm, vigor and joy and with a firm resolution.
Let’s reflect together on the many achievements of Amit Bhai. We will say that Amit Bhai, by virtue of being Home Minister, has managed India as a “home”, as in an ideal family, which has children, elderly, unemployed and also some employees, all are respected and treated equally. This is an ideal family, and a sign of an ideal country.
Amit Bhai has run our home peacefully and with anekantavada, which is the lynchpin of Jain Dharma and holds that all viewpoints are correct, all are separate viewpoints, there is room for all viewpoints to coexist; this is the basis of non-violence in Jain. Dharma.
Just like in a home, in a country, in politics there are divergent views: some support the dynasty, some oppose it, some support nationalism, some oppose it, some believe in dialogue and some don’t. It is in the midst of these divergent points of view that a house or a country marches forward. The goal of our life is freedom of expression. Everywhere, all languages ​​and all points of view are its manifestations.
Just like Akhand Bharat’s boundaries were from Bali to Afghanistan. If you go to Bali and ask in the hotels what are the tourist destinations here, they will send you to the temples of Mysore. In Bali, there are temples of all the gods and goddesses, but there is a little difference in their forms and some small rituals. But the pooja and the Gods and the Goddess are the same. This is a unique fact. Afghanistan, as everyone knows, had statues of the Bamyan Buddha.
So our country which was Akhand Bharat and had become historical should now emerge in a new form. I ask you that a Maha Akhand Bharat It must be built under your leadership and that of PM.
When we visit foreign countries, in universities, in temples, in homes, the culture of India, the courses of our scriptures, our cultural songs, our dances and our Ayurvedic food are very common. Our ancient scripts are also popular in these countries. There is an increase in spiritual discourse. Gita, Ashtavakra, Yog Vashisht, Patanjali Sutra, these are taught in many universities. I have seen that there is an increase in this trend. This is our influence, spreading the culture of our Maha Akhand Bharat.
Honorable Home Minister, you wish the study of medical education to be conducted in all Indian languages. You said that we can express ourselves better in our mother tongue, we can learn and teach better in our mother tongue. You said we should be ashamed of depending on English. Yes, it is true that it is also a language, but we must not become dependent on it. We must not go under it, not get used to it. We should be proud of India’s 14,15,16 languages ​​and difficult courses like medicine should be taught in all languages.
You will be happy to know that naturopathy, yoga and dhyan courses are popular at the prestigious Mayo University Hospital near Chicago in the United States.
Indian doctors at the hospital conduct special dhyaan classes for patients, and interestingly, each participant pays $1,000 per session to learn Dhyaan. This is the extent to which our influence is spreading.
When the prime minister told Russia that this is not an era of war, it was his style to make sure that a foreigner understood this. India has believed in the tradition that there is no era for war, not just that this is not an era of war. India has never supported aggression, but when we were attacked, even Lord Krishna told Arjuna that you should respond to aggression. But neither India nor Lord Krishna ever preached aggression, so in England they called it war ministry and we call it defense ministry.
I feel that the Home Secretary should consider the name Ministry of Peace because this will ensure the spread of peace in every home and eventually lead to peace in the world.
There is no path to peace, peace is the path.
It is not that without war there is no peace! The peace is the way.
This is not Mahabharat time, Akhand Bharat is history, this is Maha Akhand Bharat time. This word Maha is unique. England resolved 400 years ago that we would rule the world. I googled to find out that they added the word “cool”. Great… A small country about the size of Bihar, which has only 7% of the land compared to India, exerted its influence across the world for 400 years with very strong determination. Until the last century, it was the influence of England. But this century will be the century of India because we have not used violence to conquer the world. We have resolved to influence the world by preaching and demonstrating non-violence, our culture, our religion, our work ethic, which Modiji gave a new dimension when he changed the name from Raj Path to Kartavya Path.
This principle of non-violence has existed for three thousand years. You won’t find any writing. You will see three year olds fighting among themselves, pushing each other. So I see that violence is a basic nature of the human being before its development, its growth. Read Patanjali, read Dharma Sutra, see Yog Vashisht…every scripture preaches non-violence. The one who wins after a fight or the one who wins in self defense is called Veer but the one who does not indulge in violence, spreads a message of peace and non-violence through dialogue is called Mahaveer. So he looks at the difference of Veer and Mahaveer. Our Mahaveer is now incarnating in the form of the unique Ram-Lakhan duo of the Prime Minister and the Hon. Amit Shah.

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