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On Tuesday hours after air strike PM Modi boarded the Delhi metro from Khan Market metro station to reach Nehru Place the Geeta Aradhna event, reported ANI.

Modi unveiled a giant Bhagavad Gita, running into 670 pages and weighing 800 kg, at the temple, located near Kailash Colony metro station.

Dubbed the ‘Astounding Bhagavad Gita’, and measuring 2.8 m by 2 m, it is billed as the “largest principle sacred text ever to be printed,” according to ISCKON.

“PM Modi boarded a train from Khan Market metro station on the Violet Line for reaching the venue,” a Prime Minister’s Office source said, adding he deboarded at Nehru Place.

Inside the coach, he interacted with common people and took selfies with them.

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The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), known colloquially as the Hare Krishna movement, is a worldwide confederation of more than 400 temples and runs 100 vegetarian restaurants and a wide variety of community serving projects.

Tight security arrangements has been made in and around the venue, which otherwise is very crowded.

“With an artistic touch of 18 exquisite paintings and an innovative elegant layout, the book has been printed in Milan, Italy, on YUPO synthetic paper so as to make it untearable and waterproof,” the ISKCON said.

Bhagavad Gita, often referred to as the Gita, is a sacred text, revered by the Hindus, and is part of the epic Mahabharata, containing the teachings of Lord Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield.

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Earlier in the day, PM Modi addressed a rally in Rajasthan’s Churu, where he said, “The country is in safe hands. There is nothing above the nation.”

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