PM Modi wearing a homemade face mask Photograph:( ANI )
Indian Prime Minister will address the nation on May 07 on the occasion of Buddha Purnima.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the Buddha Purnima celebrations on Thursday, May 7. In a tweet by PMO, it was revealed that the PM will deliver a keynote address in the morning.
PM @narendramodi shall be participating a Buddha Purnima programme tomorrow via technology.— PMO India (@PMOIndia) May 6, 2020
The programme is being organised in honour of the Victims and frontline warriors of COVID-19. https://t.co/G6Mccn4bMP
The virtual celebrations are being organised by the Ministry of Culture in collaboration with the International Buddhist Confederation (IBC).
The event will be attended by all the supreme heads of the Buddhist Sanghas from around the world. Minister of Culture and Minister of Tourism Prahlad Singh Patel and Minister of State for Minority Affairs and Youth Affairs & Sports Kiren Rijiju will also be present.
This will be conducted in honour of all the frontline workers and victims of coronavirus.
Prayer ceremonies will be live streamed from the Sacred Garden Lumbini in Nepal, Mahabodhi Temple in Bihar's Bodhgaya, Mulgandha Kuti Vihara in Sarnath, Parinirvana Stupa in Kushinagar, Pirith Chanting from Ruwanweli Maha Seya in the sacred and historic Anuradhapura stupa premises, Sri Lanka, Boudhanath, Swayambhu, Namo Stupa in Nepal apart from other popular Buddhist sites.