Taka Mati, Mati Taka – Mamata Banerjee

Dakshineswar is one of the most popular places of spiritual practice in Bengal. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has already done several things to renovate the 100-year-old temple. For the benefit of the benefactors, his government has done everything from constructing a skywalk from Dala Arcade to the temple premises in Dakshineswar temple premises. This time an interesting ‘Light and Sound’ project was launched by the Chief Minister to narrate the history of the ancient temple through audio-visual.

After visiting the Dakshineswar Temple on Thursday, he opened a museum and the project. He also published a book on the history and pictures of Dakshineswar. A 25-minute show was also shown that day. In this context, the Chief Minister’s comment, “History will be known in 25 minutes. You have to read books too. ”

The names of Rani Rasmoni-Ramakrishna-Vivekananda are closely associated with Dakshineswara. On Thursday, the Chief Minister mentioned those great personalities. Coming to such an environment, his spiritual feeling seemed to be awakened. 

He said, “Ramakrishnadev has said – money is soil, soil is money. What does that mean? It is not right to ask for more than you need. But now everyone wants to do more and more. What do you need? So that everything goes away, there is nothing more to ask for. ” By the way, he also pierced the BJP by quoting Ramakrishnadev’s words.

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