PM Modi Goes Scuba Diving In Dwarka After Inaugurating Longest Cable-Stayed Bridge

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After Lakshadweep, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently went on an exciting adventure on February 25. He tried scuba diving in the Arabian Sea at Panchkui beach in Gujarat. After the dive, he visited the ancient Dwarka site and prayed there. He found the scuba diving experience deeply spiritual, connecting nature and spirituality.

Dwarka is significant in Hindu mythology, believed to be Lord Krishna’s kingdom. Scuba diving near Beyt Dwarka island allows enthusiasts to explore the underwater remains of ancient Dwarka. This helps promote awareness of India’s rich heritage.

PM Modi shared his reflections on this unique experience in a post, expressing reverence for Dwarka’s spiritual significance. His journey included prayers at Lord Sri Krishna temple and unveiling Sudarshan Setu, India’s longest cable-stayed bridge, connecting Beyt Dwarka island with mainland Okha. 

The bridge is special, adorned with verses from the Srimad Bhagavad Gita and Lord Krishna’s images, spanning 2.32 kilometres at a cost of ₹979 crore.

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