Modi’s visit to Varanasi creates buzz in social media | Techy Kings


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When Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Kashi Tamil Sangamam on Saturday in Varanasi, the event created a lot of buzz on social media platforms.

The objective of the lomg Samagam month is to rediscover, affirm and celebrate the age-old links between Tamil Nadu and Kashi – two of India’s most important and ancient teachings,

With the message of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat, the hashtag #Kashi_Tamil_Sangamam reached around 32 million users on Twitter. But through retweets, likes and replies, about 64,000 Twitter users used the hashtag. More than 25,000 people simultaneously used this trend to write about the event.

One user wrote: “Whether it’s Tamil Nadu or Kashi. We are all citizens of India. Hearty congratulations to ‘Kashi Tamil Sangamam!’

Another user shared, “PM on Mahakavi Bharathiyar in #Kashi_Tamil_Sangamam. PM Modi ji mentioned that it was in Kashi that Mahakavi Bharatiyar started keeping the twisted moustache. And also said that a seat has been established in Mahakavi’s name in BHU to highlight Tamil and Mahakavi.”

A third person wrote, “Kashi Tamil Sangamam, India is on the verge of becoming a symbol of civilization contact. The Kasi-Tamil Sangamam is an ideal platform to understand India’s wealth of civilization through two historic centers of knowledge and culture…”

A fourth user wrote: “‘Kashi Tamil Sangamam’ organized in Varanasi, UP under the leadership of respected Prime Minister @narendramodi ji and the leadership of CM @myogiadityanath ji is not just a gathering. There is a supernatural tableau alive with the unity of unity. India . #Kashi_Tamil_Sangamam.”

According to Uttar Pradesh government officials, the month-long Sangamam will showcase Tamil literature, education, culture and food. Guests from Tamil Nadu will visit Kashi, and also Ayodhya and Prayagraj.

A total of 75 stalls have been set up in the Kashi Tamil Sangamam, which will run till December 16, and acts as a bridge between South India and North India through agriculture, culture, literature, music, food, crafts and handicrafts and folk art.


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