Sat. Jun 15th, 2024

PM Modi’s Mann ki Baat will soon be out in book format

From urging Indians to keep water for birds during summers to narrating an incident about how mango saplings were given to wedding guests at a village near Pune, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has touched upon several issues such as environmental conservation in his monthly radio broadcast, Mann Ki Baat. The programmes have now been compiled into a book.

Igniting Collective Goodness: Mann ki Baat @100, published by BlueKraft Digital Foundation, puts together many of the interventions by the civil society and the Prime Minister’s own experiences which he shared with listeners.

The book is likely to be launched soon in New Delhi.

BlueKraft was also the publishing house behind an earlier book on Mr. Modi, titled Modi@20: Dreams meet Delivery, as he completed 20 years in public office, both as Chief Minister of Gujarat and Prime Minister, with contributions by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Aadhaar founder Nandan Nilekani, and badminton player P.V. Sindhu.

He writes that “Mann ki baat is about guno ki pooja or worshipping the collective goodness of people” and that the programme had become a “platform for the voice of our nation, particularly those from the grassroots whose stories of perseverance, courage and innovation continue to inspire”.

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