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Prime Minister Narendra Modi remembered Swami Vivekananda on Sunday, September 11, as the renowned philosopher delivered his famous speech on this day in 1893 at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago in the US.
PM Modi in a tweet, said, “11th September has a special connection with Swami Vivekananda. It was on this day in 1893 that he delivered one of his most outstanding speeches in Chicago. His address gave the world a glimpse of India’s culture and ethos.”

11th September has a special connection with Swami Vivekananda. It was on this day in 1893 that he delivered one of his most outstanding speeches in Chicago. His address gave the world a glimpse of India’s culture and ethos. https://t.co/1iz7OgT5Ab
The Prime Minister even shared Swami Vivekananda’s speech in the tweet.
The speech by Vivekananda at the World’s Parliament of Religions is renowned for his impressive enunciation of India’s ancient values and cultural ethos. In his speech, Swami Vivekananda also underlined India’s philosophical acceptance of the truth guiding every religion.
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