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PM Modi to Meditate in Kanniyakumari For 2 Days

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to Tamil Nadu after the election campaign for the seventh and final phase of Lok Sabha elections ends. 

PM Modi to go Tamil Nadu and meditate at Vivekananda Rock Memorial in Kanyakumari. 

Voting for 57 Lok Sabha seats in the seventh phase is to be held on June 1. The election campaign for these seats will end at 5 pm on May 30. 

If reports are to be believed, after the election campaign ends, PM Modi is scheduled to reach Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu on the night of May 30.

According to the information, PM Modi can visit Vivekananda Rock Memorial on 31 May. On 31 May, PM Modi can reach Rock Memorial and meditate throughout the day. 

Before this, PM Modi also has a rally in Punjab on 30 May, Thursday. PM Modi will address an election rally in Hoshiarpur, Punjab on 30 May. 

After the election rally in Punjab, PM Modi is scheduled to visit Tamil Nadu where he will also stay overnight. 

However, PM Modi's official program for 31 May and 1 June has not been released yet.

After the end of the election campaign for the seventh phase, the Prime Minister will visit Kanyakumari from May 30 to June 1. In Kanyakumari, PM Modi will visit the Rock Memorial and meditate day and night at the Dhyan Mandapam from the evening of May 30 to the evening of June 1 at the same place where Swami Vivekananda meditated.

The Rock Memorial of Kanyakumari is the place where Swami Vivekananda saw the vision of Bharat Mata. This rock had a great impact on the life of Swami Vivekananda. 

People believe that just like Sarnath holds a special place in the life of Gautam Buddha, this rock also holds a similar place in the life of Swami Vivekananda. 

After travel all over the country, he reached here and meditated for three days and dreamt of a developed India.

Meditating at the same place reflects PM Modi's commitment to bring Swami Vivekananda's vision of a developed India to life.

According to beliefs, Goddess Parvati also waited for Lord Shiva sitting on one leg at the same place. This is the southernmost tip of India. 

Also, this is the place where the eastern and western coastlines of India meet. It is also the meeting point of the Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea. 

Let us tell you that PM Modi is trying to give a sign of national unity by going to Kanyakumari. It also shows the Prime Minister's deep commitment and love towards Tamil Nadu that he is visiting the state even after the elections are over. 

The PM is known to undertake spiritual journeys at the end of the election campaign. This time he will reach Kanyakumari on 30 May and will stay there till 1 June. 

He did the same in 2019 as well. PM Modi visited Kedarnath in 2019, while in the year 2014 he visited Shivaji's Pratapgarh.

This is not the first time that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going somewhere to meditate after the election campaign ends. 

In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections too, PM Modi had gone to meditate after the election campaign for the last phase of seats ended. Then PM Modi went to Kedarnath in Uttarakhand. 

PM Modi meditated in Rudra Cave after reaching Kedarnath in Uttarakhand. This time PM Modi is going to Vivekananda Rock Memorial in Kanyakumari. This meditation program of PM is between the end of election campaign and voting.

In the seventh and final phase of the Lok Sabha elections, voting will be held on June 1 for 57 Lok Sabha seats in eight states and union territories including UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh. 

A total of 904 candidates are in the fray in this phase. 144 candidates are in the fray for 13 Lok Sabha seats in UP, 328 for 13 seats in Punjab, 124 for nine seats in West Bengal, 134 for eight seats in Bihar.

37 candidates are trying their luck on four seats in Himachal Pradesh, 52 on three seats in Jharkhand, 66 on six seats in Odisha. 2105 nomination papers were filed for the seats in this phase. 

Out of these, 954 nomination papers were found valid. 50 candidates withdrew their nominations.