President Droupadi Murmu Visits Puducherry For Two Days, Calls The UT Perfect For Spiritual Tourism

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
President Droupadi Murmu Visits Puducherry For Two Days, Calls The UT Perfect For Spiritual Tourism

The President of India, Droupadi Murmu, is on an official visit to Puducherry. She will be in the city on August 7 and 8. This was stated in a statement from Rashtrapati Bhavan. Puducherry’s Senior Superintendent of Police declared traffic diversions before her visit to the union territory. The diversions are for two days of her visit: Monday and Tuesday. Here’s how her visit to the union territory has been and the diversions. 

President Droupadi Murmu Visits Puducherry

According to the release, Droupadi Murmu attended a civic banquet given in her honor by the government of Puducherry. 

While talking about Puducherry, she mentioned that different people have been drawn to Puducherry for very diverse reasons at various points in history, which is very intriguing. 

Puducherry is one of the most significant hubs for spreading yoga because of its spiritual component. She called it a fantastic place to go on what may be referred to as spiritual tourism. 

Murmu mentioned that a worldwide trend is quickly emerging for spiritual travel. The Union territory has the ability to significantly accelerate this region’s socioeconomic development.

She will also virtually open a 50-bed hospital under the National AYUSH Mission  at Villianur. 

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Conference, Visits And More

President Droupadi Murmu will officially open the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry’s Linear Accelerator, on August 7.

She will visit the Matrimandir, a city display, and launch a conference on “Aspiring for Supermind in the City of Consciousness” on August 8 in Auroville.

No vehicles will be allowed in Mudaliarpet, and traffic from Cuddalore will be detoured to Kombakkam Road at the Murungapakkam junction. At Marapalam Junction, they will be rerouted in the direction of 100 Feet Road and IG Square. 

At Kannikoil Junction, heavy vehicles from Cuddalore will be detoured. To go to Puducherry, they can use the Bahour, Aranganoor, Karikalampakkam, Uruvaiyar, Villianur, and Moolakulam routes.

Beach Road (Goubert Avenue), Saint Louis, the stretch of Nehru Street from Ambour Salai to Saint Louis Street, the stretch of Francois Martin Street, Rue Dumas, the stretch of Nehru Street, the stretch of Manakula Vinayagar Temple Street, and  the stretch of Francois Martin Street will be vehicle-free zones.

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