Prime Minister Narendra Modi Inaugurates New Parliament Building with Historic 'Sengol' Installation

 In a momentous ceremony, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the new Parliament building in a grand event that showcased the rich heritage and traditions of India. The highlight of the inauguration was the installation of the historic 'Sengol' near the Lok Sabha Speaker's chair. This significant occasion marked a new chapter in the country's legislative history and set the stage for future endeavors.

Following the auspicious rituals of 'puja' and 'havan,' Prime Minister Narendra Modi graciously received the historic 'Sengol' from the revered Adheenams' seers. With reverence and dignity, he personally installed the 'Sengol' inside the new Parliament building, close to the Lok Sabha Speaker's chair. Accompanied by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, the Prime Minister unveiled a plaque commemorating the inauguration of the magnificent new Parliament building.

Expressing gratitude for the remarkable construction and development of the new Parliament building, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a moment to felicitate the dedicated workers involved in this monumental task. He presented them with shawls and mementos, symbolizing their immense contribution to this architectural marvel.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and esteemed Cabinet ministers, participated in a 'Sarva-dharma' (all-religious) prayer ceremony at the new Parliament building. This solemn occasion represented the unity and diversity of India, embracing the essence of all faiths in a moment of collective reverence and harmony.

The inaugural ceremony commenced with a serene early morning 'havan,' setting the tone for a momentous day. The event witnessed the presence of distinguished guests, including representatives from 25 political parties, esteemed chief ministers, and ministers from various states. The notable presence of Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, S. Jaishankar, and Jitendra Singh, along with BJP president J.P. Nadda, added to the significance of the occasion.

While the inauguration drew attention from various quarters, it is noteworthy that twenty opposition parties, including the Congress, decided to boycott the event. Their absence, however, did not dampen the spirit and enthusiasm of the momentous occasion.

The inauguration of the new Parliament building under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi marked a significant milestone in India's democratic journey. The installation of the historic 'Sengol' and the collective prayers symbolized the country's rich cultural tapestry and its commitment to unity amidst diversity. The new Parliament building stands as a testament to India's progress, embracing its glorious past while stepping into a promising future.