Rishi Sunak said that My Hindu faith guides me as UK Prime Minister

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UK PM Rishi Sunak attends Ram Katha recital by Morari Bapu at Cambridge University (Image Source - FB page Chitrakutdham Talgajarda Morari Bapu)

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says, ‘I have come here today not as a Prime Minister, but as a Hindu; In the ‘Ram Katha’ programme, he ended his speech with the words ‘Jai Siya Ram’.

british prime minister Rishi Sunak said on ausust 15,2023 that his hindu religion guides him in every aspect of his life and the courage to do of his best prime minister of britain.

During his visit to ram katha at jesus college,University of Combridge where spiritual guru morari bapu was engaged in spiritual discourses, britain first indian PM highlighted the importance of event in conjunction with indias independence day.

The event guest speaker of shri Rishi Sunak Said “i am hera today not as a prime minister but as a Hindu.

For me faith is very personal.It directs me is all facets of my life it is a great honor to be Prime Minister, but it is not an easy task. There are difficult decisions to make,difficult choices to face and I believe that whatever I do for our country it gives me the courage,strenth and resilence to do what i can he said.

It reminds me to listen and reflect on problems before acting,” he shared.

After recently returning from a family vacation in the US with his wife Akshata Murthy and children krishna ,anushka .Mr. Rishi Sunak expressed his pride in being British and Hindu as he recalled his early years in southampton, whre he would often visit his local temple with his family.

I have many happy memories of spending time at our neighboehood temple in southampton.according to Rishi Sunak, I used to help my brother, sister and cousins in distributing food and prasad after my parents and family organised havan, pooja and aarti.

I see the selfless service, devotion and faith  Bapu do every day in their lives. But perhaps we know that duty or service, is the highest value. He observed that these Hindu ideals resembled common British ideals.

referencing the immigrant background of his family, Mr. Sunak pointed out that many of the hundreds assembled at the Katha had parents or grandparents who arrived in the UK from India or East Africa with very little and worked their way up to provide his generation with the best prospects ever.

effect of the Ramayan and Bhagavad Gita

As I leave today, I’ll keep in mind not only the ‘Ramayana’ that Bapu discusses, but also the ‘Bhagavad Gita’ and the ‘Hanuman Chalisa’. And Lord Ram will always serve as an example for me of how to tackle problems in life with courage, lead with humility, and work selflessly, Mr. Rishi Sunak continued.

After saying “Jai Siya Ram” to end his speech, the British prime minister joined in on the aarti performed on stage. Morari Bapu invoked Lord Hanuman’s blessings and asked for “boundless strength” to help him serve the British people.

The spiritual leader and British Indian lord Lord Dolar Popat participated in a flag-raising ceremony at the University of Cambridge earlier on Tuesday to commemorate India’s Independence Day.

The spiritual guide applauded Rishi Sunak’s action of providing food as prasad to 50–100 volunteers prior to the ceremony, emphasising how it was in keeping with fundamental Indian traditions.

Even though the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom normally declines gifts, Morari Bapu gave him a sanctified Shivlinga from the Somnath temple as a precious gift from the Jyotirlinga Ram Katha Yatra.

Sonita Alleyne, the 41st Master and the first woman to manage Jesus College since it was founded in 1496, welcomed him to Cambridge University on August 12 to kick off his nine-day Ram Katha. It will continue through this weekend. Sonita is a Barbados native.



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