PM Modi and other authorities express New Year greetings; devotees offer special prayers at sites of worship.

Several political figures began the year 2023 by offering New Year’s greetings and sentiments of optimism. Among them was Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who wished everyone a prosperous 2023. May it be filled with optimism, joy, and abundant success. Everyone may be blessed with excellent health.”

President Droupadi Murmu also sent a hopeful message on her official Twitter account. She wished that the year 2023 would bring us fresh inspirations, ambitions, and accomplishments. Let us vow to recommit ourselves to the nation’s unity, integrity, and inclusive growth.”

Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Bhupesh Baghel greeted the state’s citizens with a Happy New Year and stated, “We all enter 2023 with new hopes and positive energies for life.”

Baghel also participated in a Shramik Siyan Yojana event in Raipur, where he provided construction workers with financial aid. Children of construction workers who excelled in sports were awarded Rs 50,000.

Along with his New Year’s greetings, the chief minister of Karnataka, Basavaraj Bommai, wrote, “May the G-20 dream of “One globe, one family, one future” be realised by the honourable prime minister of India, Narendra Modi.

Chief Minister of Punjab Bhagwant Mann wanted for his state to achieve “new heights in every field,” as well as health, progress, and happiness for all.

In the meantime, Tamil Nadu’s chief minister, M K Stalin, stated that his administration is working to improve the welfare of the people further. “All that counts to me is seeing the happiness on your faces. For this reason, I view my role as prime minister as one of great responsibility… He stated in a video message, “I am working relentlessly for the people’s wellbeing.”

Stalin said that his government’s pro-people policies would continue in 2023 as well.

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami wished the people of Uttarakhand a Happy New Year and stated, “We are committed to achieving our aim of making Uttarakhand a strong state by 2025 through different public welfare programmes.”

Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot tweeted, “On this occasion, with the notion of all-round development and a healthy Rajasthan, we wish the people of Rajasthan pleasure and prosperity.”

On New Year’s Day, places of worship are packed with worshippers.

At the beginning of 2023, worshippers participated in special prayers and processions at temples across the nation.

On Sunday morning, the ‘Ganga aarti’ was conducted at the renowned Assi Ghat in Varanasi, with a large crowd present.

To welcome the new year, the ‘Bhasma aarti’ was conducted at the Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain, with people from all over the world in attendance. According to its priest, Mahakaleshwar’s Bhasma aarti is the most revered because it is the only one of the 12 Jyotirlings where bhasma is put to the Shivaling.

On Sunday morning, an aarti was also held at the Shri Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai.

People also congregated at Amritsar’s Golden Temple to celebrate the new year.

In Tamil Nadu, worshippers prayed at the St. Luke’s Church in Chennai and the Infant Jesus Church in Coimbatore to celebrate the beginning of 2023.

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