PM Modi will deliver the year’s final ‘Mann Ki Baat’ speech today

PM Modi urged people on December 13 to share their ideas for the future episode of Mann ki Baat, which is scheduled for December 25.

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the year’s final Mann Ki Baat.

The 96th edition of Mann Ki Baat, the Prime Minister’s monthly radio show, will air today at 11 a.m.


PM Modi urged people on December 13 to share their ideas for the future episode of Mann ki Baat, which is scheduled for December 25.

PM Modi invited people to submit messages on the NaMo and MyGov apps, or record them on 1800-11-7800.

Sharing MyGov’s invitation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, “2022’s last #MannKiBaat will take place on the 25th of this month. I am eager to receive your input for the programme. I urge you to write on the NaMo App, MyGov or record your message on 1800-11-7800.”

On November 30, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared on the 95th edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ that our country has “the oldest traditions” in the world. As a result, it is also our job to conserve our traditions and traditional knowledge, as well as to promote and advance it as much as possible.

The Prime Minister emphasised how Indian music has brought people together not only in India but also around the world. Music not only calms the body but it brings joy to the mind, and it also connects our society, according to the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister also acknowledged the Naga Community and their efforts to preserve and safeguard their wonderful cultural legacy.

During Man Ki Baat, the Prime Minister mentioned the Greek artist ‘Konstantinos Kalaitzis,’ who performed Bapu’s favourite song during Gandhiji’s 150th birth anniversary celebrations.

“The singer has so much affection for India, that in the last 42 (forty-two) years he has come to India almost every year. He has studied the origin of Indian music, different Indian musical systems, different types of ragas, talas and rasas as well as different Gharanas. He has studied the contribution of many great personalities to Indian music; he has also closely understood the different aspects of classical dances of India. Now he has put together all these experiences related to India very beautifully in a book. There are about 760 pictures in his book named Indian Music. Such enthusiasm and fascination for Indian culture in other countries are really heartening,” he said.

“The export of musical instruments from India has increased three and a half times in the past eight years. When it comes to Electrical Musical Instruments, their export has expanded by 60 times. This demonstrates that interest in Indian culture and music is growing over the world. The developed countries that buy the most Indian musical instruments include the United States, Germany, France, Japan, and the United Kingdom. It is a blessing for all of us that our country has such a rich musical, dance, and artistic tradition “Prime Minister Modi said.

PM stated that we all know the great sage poet Bhartrihari for his ‘Niti Shatak’. He claims in one of the poems that one’s commitment to art, music, and literature is the true identity of humanity. In fact, our culture elevates it to the level of Divinity. Samaveda is referred to in the Vedas as the source of our unique music. Our Gods and Goddesses are also associated with music, whether it is the Veena of Maa Saraswati, the flute of Bhagwan Krishna, or the Damru of Bholenath. We Indians hear music everywhere. Music is present everywhere in our civilization, whether it be the murmur of a river, raindrops, bird tweeting, or the resonating sound of the wind. This music not only calms the body but also brings joy to the mind. Music-also-connects-our-society.

“Rabindra Sangeet raises our souls in the same way as Bhangra and Lavani do. Musical traditions vary per tribe across the country. They motivate us to live in harmony with one another and with the environment. Our musical forms have not only enhanced our culture, but have also left an everlasting influence on world music. The popularity of Indian music has extended to every part of the globe” the Prime Minister stated once more.

The Prime Minister asked everyone to take similar steps and try to preserve cultural styles and traditions in their individual regions and locations.

PM Narendra Modi has given Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat pride of place in several Mann ki Baat episodes.