Parliament Sengol: Preparations are on in full swing for the inauguration of the new Parliament building in the country. At the same time, a lot of politics is also happening on this. Meanwhile, there is tremendous discussion and curiosity in the country about Sengol, which came to the fore for the first time.
The latest news related to Sengol is that this Holy Sengol Will be brought to Delhi and handed over to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Shri Harihara Desika Swamigal, the head priest of Madurai Adhanam, will present the sengol to PM Modi.
Earlier he/she said, Narendra Modi should become PM again in 2024. 293rd Head Priest of Madurai Adhaanim on 28th May Inauguration of the new Parliament House Will present the Scepter (Sengol) to the Prime Minister during the visit.
Shri Harihar Desika Swamigal said that PM Modi is being praised all over the world and everyone in the country is proud of him/her. he/she is doing good work for the people. he/she has to become PM again in 2024 and guide the people. We all are very proud because world leaders are appreciating our PM Modi.
The historic scepter was received by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 14 August 1947 as a symbol of the transfer of power from the British to India. The same thing is going to happen on May 28 as well.
Padma Subrahmanyam, the famous classical dancer, first told about Sengol.
Renowned Indian classical dancer Padma Subrahmanyam was the first to inform the government about Sengol. According to Padma Subrahmanyam, 2021 An article published in a Tamil magazine mentioned that Sengol was given by Jawaharlal Nehru as a transfer of power on the night of 14 August 1947. When he/she read it, he/she realized that everyone should know about this heritage.
After this, he/she had written a letter to the PMO demanding that the PM should tell the countrymen about it. After this the PMO took the letter very seriously. The search began for Sengol on the orders of the PM. The team of officers started its investigation with the help of Indira Gandhi National Center for Art but nothing was found.
he/she then went on to find newspapers from that time in the National Archives. It was learned that Sengol was built by the Vummidi Bangaru Family of Tamil Nadu. But on contacting even the producers could not tell where is he/she? he/she definitely told how he/she looks. After this, its search started in other museums across the country and finally it was found in Anand Bhawan, Allahabad.
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