The colors of Himachal-Gujarat were seen in the G-20 summit, PM Modi gave special gifts to the presidents

G20 Summit: Wherever the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi goes, India is seen there. PM Narendra Modi met people of Indian origin at the G-20 Summit held in Bali, Indonesia. During this, Indianness was also visible among the people along with intimacy. PM Modi did not forget Himachal Pradesh (Himachal Pradesh) and Gujarat (Gujarat) amidst heavy glare in the G-20 summit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted special things made in these two states to the Presidents of the nation.
 
PM Narendra Modi has always been telling Himachal Pradesh as his second home. Perhaps this is the reason why PM Modi did not forget Himachal, thousands of kilometers away. PM Modi gifted a painting of Lord Krishna and Radha to US President Joe Biden at the G-20 summit. Its specialty is that only natural colors are used in making it. Prime Minister Modi gifted Indonesian President Joko Widodo a Kinnauri shawl and a silver bowl designed by artisans from Surat.
 
 
 
Given ‘Patan Patola Dupatta’ to Italian PM
Narendra Modi was seen in the traditional attire of Himachal Pradesh. PM Modi gifted ‘Patan Patola Dupatta’, a symbol of the tradition of Gujarat’s Patan, to Italy’s woman Prime Minister Georgia Meloni. At the same time, PM Modi gifted a picture of tribal folk art Phithora to Australia PM Anthony Albanese. Not only this, Rishi Sunak, who recently became the Prime Minister of Britain, was gifted ‘Mata ni Pachedi’ by PM Modi as a gift of Mother’s picture.
 
What is the G-20 group of countries?
G-20 Forum is a group of 20 countries. This includes Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, Britain, America and the European Union. Indonesia hosted the G-20 summit in the year 2022, while next year it has been hosted by India. Indonesia handed over the G-20 chairmanship to India in an official handover ceremony on Wednesday itself.

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