PM Modi to address Corona Warriors on the occasion of Buddha Purnima, Prime Minister Narendra Modi honoring the Corona Warriors, who are fighting the war against Coronavirus. Many Buddhist leaders from all over the world will participate in the program, who will express their views in this war against the Coronavirus. Today is the full moon, May 7, the Buddha Purnima, because on this day Lord Buddha (Gautam Buddha) was born. Religiously throughout Asia, this day is important, if we look at it from the perspective of science, this day is also very important. On this day, the moon comes closest to the earth, due to which it looks somewhat larger than normal days.
Today, the world is honoring the Corona Warriors, who are fighting on the front foot against the havoc of the Coronavirus spread in the world. Under this situation, today a virtual program was organized on the occasion of Buddha Purnima, in which many big leaders of the world attended. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the event. PM said that Lord Buddha has given the message of service to the world.
Remembering the noble teachings of Lord Buddha. https://t.co/nQWoa5qNX0— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 7, 2020
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that this time the circumstances are different, the world is going through difficult times. It would have been a privilege for me to be among you, but the current situation does not allow it. India is helping everyone by following in the footsteps of the Buddha, whether at home or abroad, during this time no gains and losses are seen.
Prime Minister Modi said that India is with the world right now without selfishness, we have to protect our family and our environment. Helping everyone in times of crisis is everyone's religion. In this program, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Buddha is not limited to any situation, but gives the message of helping everyone under humanity. Today the system of society has changed, but the message of the Lord Buddha is the same and has a special place in our life.
Significantly, due to the coronavirus outbreak, caution is being taken this year. This time, the Purnima Buddha ceremony will take place on a virtual level taking into account social distance.
The event is held in honor of COVID-19 victims and front-line warriors, such as medical personnel, doctors and police, and others. In reality, Vesak Buddha Purnima is considered the day of the triple blessing, that is, the birth of the Tathagata Gautama Buddha, the attainment of knowledge, and the Mahaparinirvana day.