President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday unveiled the golden statue of Ramanujacharya. During this, he said that it is my utmost privilege to unveil the statue of Ramanujacharya. The President said that Chinna Jeyar Swami has created history by installing a grand statue of Ramanujacharya ji in this country. Hearty congratulations to all the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Bhagwat Shri Ramanujacharya Millennium Smriti Maha Mahotsav, the greatest flag bearer of Bhakti and Equality in the glorious history of India. It is a matter of great privilege for me to participate in this function and unveil the golden statue of Ramanujacharya. President Kovind said that on 5th February, on the day of Vasant Panchami, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had inaugurated the grand Samata idol of Shri Ramanujacharya ji.
President Ram Nath Kovind said, ‘Special spiritual energy will always be infused in this area from the statue of Swamiji. It is a divine coincidence that the name of this area is Ram Nagar. This region is the land of devotion.’ President Ram Nath Kovind said, ‘Every visit to Telangana holds significance for me. But during today’s visit, I have got the privilege of connecting with the great chapter of the country’s spiritual and social tradition. The determination to remain active till the age of 100 was meaningful in the life of Sri Ramanujacharya. During his life’s journey of more than 100 years, Swamiji has bestowed splendor to the spiritual and social nature.
He said, ‘To spread the message of devotion and equality among the people, Sri Ramanujacharya visited Sri Rangam Kanchipuram, Tirupati, Singhanchalam and other regions of Andhra Pradesh along with Badrinath, Naimsharanya, Dwarka, Prayag, Mathura, Ayodhya, Gaya, Pushkar and Nepal. traveled up to Shri Ramanujacharya has provided an intellectual basis to the Bhakti tradition of the South. President Ram Nath Kovind said, ‘This grand and huge statue is not just an idol made of Pancha metal. This statue is the embodiment of the saint tradition of India. This statue is the embodiment of the dream of India’s egalitarian society. Let us tell you that on February 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had unveiled a 216 feet tall statue of 11th century saint Sri Ramanujacharya, which is called ‘Statue of Equality’. Is.
Working for the welfare of all has been given utmost importance in Vaishnav tradition – Kovind
President Ram Nath Kovind said, ‘In Vaishnav tradition, the highest importance has been given to Lok Sangrah i.e. to work for the welfare of all. I would like that with the devotion with which all of you have built this idol, with the same spirit, all of you should envisage nationwide schemes for the service and welfare of male and female. I am sure that impressive works of public welfare are being done by this institution and will continue to do so. Such works will strengthen our national efforts for an egalitarian society.