PM Modi greeted nation on Makar Sakranti with a Gujarati poem, here is what it means

While PM Modi’s Twitter handle is actively followed by vast number of netizens, this tweet poem left everyone puzzled as they couldn’t decode what it meant.A couple of Twitter users replied to the Prime Minister’s tweet in similar language while a few sought help in understanding the poem.

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday greeted the citizens on the festivals of Makar Sankranti, Pongal, and Magh Bihu.

“Many congratulations to the countrymen on Makar Sankranti. My wish is that Uttarayan Suryadev infuse new energy and enthusiasm in everyone’s life. Makar Sankranti greetings to everyone,” PM Modi tweeted.

Makar Sankranti is a festival in the Hindu calendar, dedicated to the deity Surya, ‘Magh Bihu’ is celebrated with community feasts after the annual harvest takes place while Pongal is a four-day harvest festival dedicated to the Sun God.

While congratulation the countrymen, PM Modi also shared a poem in Gujarati on his Twitter account.


While PM Modi’s Twitter handle is actively followed by vast number of netizens, this tweet poem left everyone puzzled as they couldn’t decode what it meant.

A couple of Twitter users replied to the Prime Minister’s tweet in similar language while a few sought help in understanding the poem.

This evening, PM Modi took to the microblogging site again and shared the Hindi version of his poem.

“Today morning, I shared a Gujarati poem. Some fellow countrymen have sent me the translated version in Hindi. Here, I am sharing this with you all,” he tweeted.

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