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After Lok Sabha Campaign, PM Modi to Spend 2 Days Meditating

After the Lok Sabha election campaign concludes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will spend two days in a spiritual retreat. According to reports on Tuesday, he would travel to Kanniyakumari in Tamil Nadu to meditate before the vote results on June 4. He is going to meditate at the Dhyan Mandapam from May 30 to June 1 in the evening.

June 1 is the date of the seventh and final phase of the Parliamentary election; the campaign concludes on May 30. From May 30 to June 1, PM Modi will be at Kanniyakumari. While there, he will meditate at the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, which is the same spot where Swami Vivekananda once meditated.

Swami Vivekananda arrived in Kanniyakumari after wandering across the country and meditated for three days on a rock located about 500 meters off the mainland, at the meeting point of the Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal, and Arabian Sea. It is believed that Vivekananda attained enlightenment here.

According to Hindu beliefs, the rock was also the place where Goddess Kanniyakumari (Parvati) performed penance in devotion to Lord Shiva. A small projection on the rock is believed to be an imprint of her foot, adding to the religious significance of the site.

PM Modi is known to undertake spiritual journeys at the end of election campaigns. In 2019, he visited Kedarnath, and in 2014 he visited Shivaji’s Pratapgarh.

The Lok Sabha election is being held in seven phases beginning on April 19, and the results will be out on June 4. PM Modi and the BJP hope to return to power with a performance exceeding their count in 2019.

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