LG Unveils Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s Statue in Kupwara | Salutes the Eternal Hero’s Legacy There are four types of heroes considered in our culture. A charitable man, a merciful man, a religious man and a warrior man, said the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir Shri Manoj Sinha unveiling Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s statue in Kupwara. It seems to me that Shivaji Maharaj was the only child of Mother India who had all the qualities of a brave man. Even after centuries, every Indian’s heart still beats for Chatrapati Shivaji maharaj. He was such a brave great man whose name makes blood rush in the veins just by remembering him, LG said. From his memory, the stream of moral values and ideals of this country emerge. The story of Shivaji’s victory campaign inspires enthusiasm. And a big red flag is raised against anti-national groups. The kind of sacrifice that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj has made for the country, religion and culture, he has also made his name Shiva meaningful. I am happy that a new tradition is starting today on 7th November, 2023 in this sacred soil of Mother Sharda. My request would be that Chhatrapati Maharaj festival should be celebrated every year in Kupwara. I request the army soldiers to do so, LG said. Today the biggest need is that our youth should build their character according to their ideals. Every section of the society should engage in protecting Mother India. Every brave soldier needs to learn from Shivaji Maharaj. Do not lose self-confidence even in difficult situations, LG said. Because it is the only power that provides the ability to overcome difficulties. Shivaji’s dream is to create a society full of moral values and to build a nation full of pride, self-respect and self-pride. Fulfilling his dream is also the sacred duty of every citizen of the country and every soldier. It is the ultimate responsibility of all of us to complete this under any circumstances. I think that if today on this occasion we are able to follow his ideals and serve the society, then in true sense the nation can pay tribute to Lord Shivaji Maharaj.