PM Modi's gifts to G20 leaders showcase India's diversity

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who concluded his visit to Bali, Indonesia after attending the G20 Summit presented gifts to the world leaders which reflected India's rich culture and diversity comprising of traditional crafts manifested in the ubiquitous household products crafted with ingenuity from local areas.

PM Modi gifted Kangra miniature paintings to US President Joe Biden. Kangra miniature paintings portray 'Shringar Rasa' and depict love on a natural backdrop.

A handmade textile of Gujarat, 'Mata Ni Pachedi', meant to be an offering in the temple shrines has been gifted by PM Modi to UK PM Rishi Sunak.

PM Modi's gift 'Pithora' to Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is a ritualistic tribal folk art by the Rathwa artisans from Chhota Udaipur in Gujarat.

Patan Patola Dupatta (scarf) was gifted to Italy by PM Modi, and Agate Bowl (Kutch) was presented from India to France, Germany, and Singapore.

India gifts Silver Bowl and Kinnauri Shawl to Indonesia. The Kinnauri shawl, as the name suggests, is the speciality of the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh.

Kanal, which is gifted to Spain by India is a large, straight brass trumpet, over a metre long, played in parts of Himalayan India.


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