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Reportedly Prime Minister Narendra modi, who is on a 2 day bhutan visit, on Sunday addressed Bhutanese students and said it's natural that the people of bhutan and india experience great attachment to each other. When addressing students of the Royal University of bhutan, PM modi said, "I want to tell you all, there is no better time to be young than now, the world today offers more opportunities than ever before. You have the power and potential to do extraordinary things, which will impact generations to come. Find your real calling and pursue it with full passion".
PM modi said "Whether I look at bhutan’s past, present or future, the common and constant threads are deep spirituality and youthful vigour. After all, we are close not just due to our geography but our history; culture and spiritual traditions have created unique and deep bonds between our peoples and nations”. Furthermore praising Bhutanese PM, PM modi said, "A few days back, my good friend, Prime Minister Dr. Tshering wrote a Facebook post that touched my heart. In that post he mentioned about Exam Warriors, a book I wrote to advise youngsters about how to face exams without stress."
He added "Can I tell you something? Much of what I wrote in Exam Warriors is influenced by the teachings of Lord Buddha, especially the importance of positivity, overcoming fear and living in oneness, be it with the present moment or with Mother Nature, and added as bhutan soars high in its endeavors, your 1.3 billion Indian friends will not just look on and cheer you with pride and happiness. They will partner you, share with you and learn from you."