PM Narendra Modi Shares A Video Of India’s Architectural Marvels; How Many Can You Guess?

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
PM Narendra Modi Shares A Video Of India’s Architectural Marvels; How Many Can You Guess?

In Tanzania, Sri Lanka, and India, September 15 is recognized as Engineers’ Day each year. One of India’s greatest thinkers, Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, celebrated his birth anniversary in 1968 thanks to a decision made by the Indian government. On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished engineers well, praising their creative thinking and unwavering commitment as the foundation of our country’s advancement.

A Tribute To Sir M. Visvesvaraya

On Engineers Day, the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, paid tribute to Sir M. Visvesvaraya. He also sent his greetings to all diligent engineers.

According to the prime minister, Sir M. Visvesvaraya will continue to motivate future generations to be inventive and helpful to the country. During his visit to Chikkaballapura earlier this year, the PM paid tribute to Dr. M. Visvesvaraya and shared images from there as well.

India has observed September 15 as National Engineers’ Day. National Engineers’ Day honors Visvesvaraya’s legacy and recognizes the contributions engineers have made to India’s progress and advancement.

 Also Read: Ganesh Chaturthi 2023: What’s Its Significance, Muhrat, Celebration, Dishes To Make M& ore About It

PM Narendra Modi Shares India’s Architectural Marvels

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the occasion of Engineers’ Day, also posted a video on X (formerly known as Twitter). The video featured all of India’s beautiful and unmissable architectural marvels. 

The video began with a picture of India’s greatest visionary, Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. From Karnataka’s Hampi to Maharashtra’s Ajanta Ellora caves, the video showcased India’s architectural beauty. The video featured Narendra Modi’s voiceover, in which he thanked all the engineers for their dedication and efforts. 

He mentioned how many Indian engineers turned impossible into possible and made the country possible. The video did not miss mentioning Dr. M. Visvesvaraya. The Kaveri Bandh built by this engineer is still in use, and this is one of the biggest marvels India is blessed with. 

Also Read: Pune’s Kayani To Kolkata’s Flurys, India Has 10 Out Of 150 World’s Most Legendary Dessert Places

What are your views?

Cover Image Courtesy: @narendramodi/X (formerly Twitter)