The Prime Minister said that the contribution of the great people of India was not recognized and made a strong case for rewriting India’s history. He said that the time has come to leave behind the history of slavery and urged everyone to take pride in the country’s rich heritage.
“Today India has broken the shackles of colonialism and is marching ahead, celebrating its heritage and remembering its heroes with pride,” he said. He further said, “In every corner of the country, brave sons and daughters took on the oppressors, but this history was deliberately suppressed.”
He further said that the history of Assam is a matter of great pride in traveling to India.
PM Modi said, “We believe in uniting the different ideas, beliefs and cultures of India.”
“The country is filled with a sense of pride in its heritage, leaving behind a colonial mindset. Today, India is not only celebrating its cultural diversity, but also proudly remembering the historical heroes of its culture,” he said at the 400th birth anniversary celebrations. doing.” Lachit Barphukan.
The Prime Minister said that India has always valued its rich and cultural heritage and has always protected its spiritual and cultural principles.
He said that the life of Lachit Borphukan inspires us to live the mantra of ‘Nation First’.
“New India is moving forward with the mantra of ‘Nation First’. When a nation is aware of its heritage, it can chart a course for its future. The life of Veer Lachit Barphukan gives us inspiration and direction , To always give priority to your great.” Nation’s welfare,” he said.
The Prime Minister said that every youth of India is a warrior when it comes to protecting our cultural heritage from any external force.
The event honoring the great hero was held in Delhi and was attended by Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, Governor jagdish mukhicentral minister Sarvanand Sonowal
Born in Charaideo on 24 November 1622, Lachit Barphukan was known for his exceptional military acumen in defeating the Mughals, thereby putting a stop to Aurangzeb’s rising ambitions. war Of Saraighat.
(with inputs from agencies)