Varanasi: The month-long Kashi Tamil Sangamam was launched in Varanasi by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Speaking on the occasion, the prime minister urged the populace to eliminate linguistic prejudice and foster more emotional cohesion. The Kashi Tamil Sangamam, he claimed, is a continuation of a tradition in India that dates back to confluences of rivers, locations, cultures, and philosophical ideas.
The celebration is being held at a time when the nation is celebrating Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, according to the prime minister, and the programme will serve as a platform for national integration. The Prime Minister made reference to “Panch Pran” when he emphasised that a nation with a rich history should be proud of its legacy. Despite speaking one of the oldest living languages in the world, he claimed.
The preservation and enrichment of Tamil’s heritage fall under the purview of India’s 130 crore citizens. The nation will suffer greatly if Tamil is ignored, and will suffer much more if it is kept under rigorous control. The Prime Minister remarked, “We must keep in mind to eliminate linguistic disparities and establish emotional oneness.