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India‘s rich cultural heritage has always been a topic of interest and inspiration for people worldwide. Under the Modi regime, special emphasis has been placed on conserving and showcasing India’s glorious heritage. As part of this effort, national broadcaster Doordarshan is set to launch a two-part series titled “Dharohar Bharat Ki” on April 14-15. The series focuses on India’s historical, cultural, and spiritual heritage, celebrating the supreme sacrifice of India’s soldiers and the lives of its freedom fighters.
The documentary showcases the strides made by India in the last few years for the revival of its cultural unity and pride. It highlights the efforts to secure and sanctify venerable patriotic sites like Jallianwallah Bagh, resuscitate the fervor of civilizational centers like Ram Janmabhoomi, Kashi Vishwanath Dham, Somnath Dham, and Kedarnath Dham, according respect to spiritual sites like Karatrpur Sahib, celebrating the lives of freedom fighters at inspirational sites like the Cellular Jail, and honoring the legendary contribution of our patriots at the War Memorial.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself talks about the grandeur and importance of the sacrifice of our soldiers in the documentary. He emphasizes the need to bring their sacrifice alive to inspire future generations. The Modi government has made significant efforts to showcase India’s glorious heritage, from setting up the National War Memorial to the Police Memorial, as a mark of respect to the fallen policemen.
The documentary is a visually compelling showcase of India’s vast and vibrant culture. It rejuvenates, embraces, and celebrates our rich and diverse inheritance. It is a reflection of the idea that while our combined pride has rejuvenated us with a sense of belongingness, it is imperative for the youth of today to fully understand the significance of the sacrifices of our freedom fighters and their honorable commemoration.