On Tuesday in Cambridge University spiritual preacher Morari Bapu organized a “ Ram Katha” pogramme. It was attended by British PM Rishi Sunak, who said his presence is marked being a hindu and not a PM. At the event Rishi Sunak said “It is truly an honour and pleasure to be here today at Morari Bapu’s Ram Katha at the University of Cambridge on Indian Independence Day. Bapu, I am here today not as a prime minister but as a Hindu!,” PM said faith for him is very personal and it guides him in each aspect of life. A video of Rishi making salutations of “Jai siya Ram” is going viral. On the stage background referring to Lord Hanuman portrait British PM said “Just like Bapu has a Golden Hanuman in his background, I am proud that a Golden Ganesha sits gleefully on my desk at 10 Downing Street.” He recalled his childhood in South Hampton where with his siblings he had gone to neighbourhood temple. In his conclusion Rishi said that Lord Ram would always be an inspirational figure for him. He added “I leave here today remembering the Ramayana that Bapu speaks on, but also the Bhagavad Gita and the Hanuman Chalisa. And for me, Lord Ram will always be an inspirational figure to face life’s challenges with courage, to govern with humility and to work selflessly .” He participated on the stage for “ Aarti ritual”.