Agartala: September 7: Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha on Thursday emphasized the deep-rooted connection between spirituality and Indian culture and art since ancient times and said that nothing is achievable without God.
Dr. Saha said this while inaugurating a blood donation camp and performing a puja on the occation of Janmashtami at Guru Gorakhnath Ashram in Uttam Bhakta Chowmuhani, Gakulnagar.
“Spirituality has been associated with Indian culture and art since ancient times. A beautiful and healthy consciousness develops only in contact with spirituality and this is the path to the well-being of human society”, said Dr Saha.
He said that nothing is achievable without God.
“Whatever we do, without God, it will be impossible. Gods exist everywhere”, said Dr Saha.
Dr. Saha further added that Janmashtami is one of the largest festivals for Hindus and everyone eagerly awaits this day for celebration.
“After six years, I have returned and I feel truly content. I want to express my gratitude to those who have come here for blood donation. Through such actions, we can witness a sense of spirituality. It would be beneficial for the people if more such temples are established. When people visit temples, they will always focus on positive aspects,” Dr. Saha added
In addition to the Chief Minister, MLA Antara Sarkar Deb, Sabhadhipati of Sepahijala District Zila Parishad, Supriya Das Dutta, BJP State President Rajib Bhattacharya, TIDC Chairman Nabadal Banik, and other guests were present on the occasion.
After this, Dr Saha attended Pagli Masi’s 13th annual festival at Garubanda School in Sonamura today.