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PM Modi's Gift To Leaders During G7 Summit.

Updated: Jul 23, 2022

PM Modi's Gift To Leaders During G7 Summit.



As PM Narendra Modi met world leaders invited for the G7 Summit in Germany. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted to world leaders at G7 Summit. He had gifted various items from India and that was basically identified the culture of India. As India is a very diverse in nature and Indian traditions are very different. That's why India's PM Narendra Modi brought a variety of items for the leaders of Government at the G7 Summit.


It was very different artistic items identified with distinct regios of Uttar Pradesh and some other states.









Let's see who presented what and the speciality of that products:


India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted the Black Pottery of Nizamabad in Uttar Pradesh uses a special technique to bring out black colours. This involves there is no scope for oxygen to enter the oven as pottery pieces are kept inside and the heat level remains high. The presence of oxygen can turn the pottery red. The glaze on the pottery comes from the high zinc content of the soil and the layer of mustard oil applied before firing the pottery. It comes with and without inlay to the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.


Dokra art is non-ferrous metal casting art that uses the lost-wax casting technique. This technique has been in use for over 4,000 years in India, and is still practised by artisans in central and eastern India. It is in great demand in market.Dokra art to presidents of Argentina and South Africa.


Gulabi Meenakari is a GI-tagged art-form of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. A piece of pure silver is moulded into a base form, and a chosen design is embossed in the metal to the US President Joe Biden which was gifted by Pm Narendra Modi.


The hand-knotted silk carpets are famous all over the world for their softness and craftsmanship. The Kashmiri silk carpets, made predominantly in Srinagar, are hand-knotted on the warp threads, one at a time, in accordance to a strict code of colours in the order of their appearance in the pattern to Canada's Prime Minister.


This nickel coated, hand-engraved brass vessel is a masterpiece from Moradabad, the “brass city” of Uttar Pradesh. Metal Marodi carving matka for German Chancellor.


Ittar ( Perfume) bottles in Zardozi box. The ittar carrying zari Zardozi box has been hand embroidered on khadi silk and satin tissue in colors of the French flay. The Item of Lucknow to the French President and marble inlay, rooted in Agra to the Italian Prime Minister.


Through G7 Summit they met and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi represented the Indian art form.

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