Modi’s previous birth was in Yadava clan, claims Pushpanjali Swamiyar

Thiruvananthapuram, May 25 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s previous birth was in Lord Krishna’s Yadava clan, according to Pushpanjali Swamiyar, highest spiritual authority of world’s richest ‘Sree Padmanabha Swamy temple,’ apparently echoing the reincarnation concept in Hindu religion.

The curious observation of Pushpanjali Swamiyar gained political significance after Prime Minister Modi’s recent comment that he was sent to earth by God and that God will guide him in whatever he does.

In a recently released coffee table book on Pournamikkavu temple, Pushpanjali Swamiyar wrote that “Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has brought our country to the top of the world today, and Home Minister Amit Shah, who ensures national security, all belong to the Lord Krishna’s Yadava clan.”

It is a historical truth that the rulers of the Yadava clan bring great glory and prosperity to the nation, Pushpanjali Swamiyar, who is considered the de facto religious head of the princely state of Travancore, said in the book released three months ago.

During Modi’s visit to Varanasi on May 14, where he is contesting the election in a bid to secure a historic third term as the Prime Minister, Modi told a news channel that when his mother was alive, he used to think that he was born biologically. After his mother’s demise, upon reflecting on all his experiences, he was convinced that God had sent him.

Modi also said his energy could not be from his biological body but was bestowed upon him by God. God gave him ability, strength, pure-heartedness, and inspiration for good intentions, he added.

Saying that he is nothing but an instrument, Modi said he believes that God is guiding him.

In his book, Pushpanjali Swamiyar said, “When Lord Sri Krishna’s Dwaraka in Gujarat was submerged in the sea, many Yadavas fled the place. The Yadavas, who migrated from Dwaraka, later established the Ayi dynasty based in Vizhinjam in Thiruvananthapuram.”

Ay Kings ruled over parts of southern India between the 8th and 10th centuries A.D. Vizhinjam was the administrative capital of the Ayi kingdom, which was an Indian Yadava or Ayar ruling lineage, the book said. It is believed that the Ayi kingdom established an educational center known as Kanthalloor Salai, which is believed to have existed between the 9th and 10th centuries.

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