Today, India is recognized as a startup hub capital and Bengaluru has played a key role in fostering this image, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said.
Modi, who inaugurated the 108-foot-tall bronze statue of Nadaprab Kempegowda (a Bengaluru architect) at the Bengaluru International Airport complex on Friday, said a startup is not just about building a company, it’s about doing something new. Feelings and creative ideas.
Finding solutions to all the challenges facing the country is a confidence, he said, adding that Bangalore represents this start-up spirit that has placed India in a distinct league globally.
“The statue of Nadaprabhu Kempegowda inspires us to work hard for the betterment of Karnataka and Bangalore. His meticulous planning of this settlement (city) is marvelous and unparalleled.Centuries ago, Kempegowda planned the commerce, culture and convenience of the Bengalis.The city is his Benefiting from Foresight Today, trade and business may have changed its shape, but the ‘Pete’ (the old market) remains the city’s commercial lifeline.
Recalling in his speech on August 15 that Prime Minister Modi said we should be proud of our national heritage, he said India’s heritage is both cultural and spiritual.
“Kempegowda contributed to awakening the cultural consciousness of Bangalore through the Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple and the Basavanagudi temples. We will continue to feel that Bangalore is a global city, and even as we upgrade with modern infrastructure, we need to preserve our heritage, and that is only possible with every single one of our efforts.” A new world-class terminal (T2) with a garden theme inside.
“Today, our Gaurab Railway connects places that are symbols of our faith and spirituality and this also intensifies the sentiment of ‘Ek Balat, Shresht Balat’ (United India, Supreme India). Nine Yatra trains connect different parts of the country with the Shirdi Mandir, the Ramayana Circuit and more,” he said.
Elaborating on India’s transformation, Modi said the world was surprised to hear that India’s digital payments are being made through the BHIM-UPI platform.
“Could you have imagined Make in India and 5G technology eight years ago? Bangalore youth and professionals have contributed greatly to this transformation. Before 2014, the government saw speed as a luxury, We saw scale as a risk, but we (the BJP government) have changed that perception because we believe speed is the new Indian aspiration and scale is India’s strength. , governance, physical or digital infrastructure development,” Modi said.
Drawing attention to the investments pouring into Karnataka, the prime minister said the state is benefiting from growing investor confidence in India.
“During the past three years when the world was affected by Covid, Karnataka has attracted investments worth Rs 40 crore and was the first to attract FDI. Karnataka has a 25% stake in domestic aircraft and spacecraft manufacturing and is also a leader in electric vehicle manufacturing,” Modi said, adding that Karnataka’s It added that the development progress was due to being ruled by a “double engine” government.
On the occasion of Kanaka Dasa Jayanti, the Prime Minister laid wreaths at the statue of Saint Kanaka Dasa and Sage Valmiki in the State Secretariat Complex, said: From St. Kanakadasa. Having chosen the path of ‘Krishna His Bhakti’ (devotion to Lord Krishna), the saint also gave a message against caste-based discrimination through his writings.Kula, Kula, Kulabendu, Hodedada bedI…. (don’t fight over your caste). Millet is being discussed today. However, Saint Kanakadasa emphasizes the importance of millet by calling it the ‘Ram dhaanya charite’ and one of his compositions, to convey a message of social equality, is a popular in Karnataka state. It was based on ‘Ragi’ which is a certain millet.
Dr. Nirmalananda Natha Swamiji, His Holiness Adichungiri Mutt, said both Kempegowda and Prime Minister Narendra Modi understood the importance of human resources for the development of the country.
“Like Kempegowda, our Prime Minister recognized the importance of skill development, and reskilling and upskilling were essential to prospering as a nation. Kempegowda and Modi understood that in order for any country to develop, it must have ‘Karma Gyan’ (skills) along with ‘Gyan’ (knowledge). Modi.