British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s dad and mom, Yashvir And Usha Sunak, on Wednesday visited the Sri Raghavendra Swamy Mutt temple in Andhra Pradesh. The duo have been accompanied by Sudha Murty, the mother-in-law of the UK PM. On the temple, the Sunaks and Ms Murty supplied prayers and so they have been honoured with shawls by the temple monks.
Taking to Fb, the official web page of the temple shared a few pictures of the trio. “In the present day, the dad and mom of Britain’s Prime Minister Sri Rishi Sunak, Sir Yashvir Sunak and Usha Sunak visited to Sri Kshetram Mantralayam. They have been accompanied by Smt. Sudha Narayana Murty of INFOSYS, and collectively that they had darshan of Sri Rayaru,” the caption of the submit learn.
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“Throughout their go to, His Holiness Sri Swamiji bestowed his blessings upon them with Vastram , Phala Mantrakshate, and a Memento. Moreover, His Holiness Sri Swamiji graciously entrusted the sacred prasadam of Sri Rayaru to be delivered to Sri Rishi Sunak,The Prime Minister of Britain, for his dad and mom,” the caption added.
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In the meantime, this comes days after Rishi Sunak and his spouse Akshata Murty supplied prayers at Akshardham temple in New Delhi. Throughout their time on the iconic temple, the duo carried out puja and interacted with the swamis. The monks on the temple additionally took the couple across the premises and gave them an summary of the Swaminarayan Akshardham, a 100-acre non secular and cultural complicated.
Mr Sunak was on his first official go to to India final week for the G20 Summit. After visiting the temple, he mentioned that he’s massively pleased with his Indian roots and his connection to the nation. Rishi Sunak additionally mentioned that he’s a “proud Hindu” and meaning he’ll all the time be related to the individuals of India.
On the final day of the G20 Summit, Mr Sunak thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a historic summit. He additionally thanked Indians for a “heat welcome” and mentioned India and the UK have been “stronger collectively, stronger united”.