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Cultural glimpse of different parts of the country will be seen in G20 summit
New Delhi: The G20 summit has been organized in New Delhi. Here, a craft market has been set up at Pragati Maidan to show the cultural glimpse of India to special guests from abroad. In which an exhibition of crafts from different states of the country has also been organized. Best products made in India will be seen in this market under One District One Product. This craft has been set up exclusively for market delegates and foreign media. In this, the main things of all the states have been displayed. Among these, institutions like Trofed, Central Cottage Industries, Khadi Gramodyog, Saras Aajeevika, National Bamboo Mission, National Scheduled Cost Finance, National Development Corporation are also visible in the craft market. These include Paper Mache from Kashmir from North India, Lac Bangles from Rajasthan from West, Madhubani Painting from Bihar in East, Thanjavur Painting from Tamil Nadu in South, Lippon Painting from Gujarat in West, Mud Mirror Work from Gujarat, Crotch from Goa, Rajasthan from Different goods of many states including Bandhej are being seen in the craft market.

cultural corridor

In the Cultural Corridor, guests will get to see the cultural heritage of every country together in one place. This corridor has been prepared in about 30 percent of the 10 thousand square feet mandapam. Under which apart from 20 countries, 9 invited countries are showcasing their cultural importance and identity. In simple language, it can be understood that not only will we get a glimpse of India’s culture and heritage, things related to the identity, cultural heritage and democracy of 29 countries are also being displayed in physical and digital form.

Digital India Experience Zone
The Digital India Experience Zone is being set up in Hall 4 and Hall 14. This zone is giving an opportunity to the foreign guests to know more closely the technology power being implemented in our country. This zone is providing important information about important aspects of Digital India. Under this, Aadhaar, DigiLocker, UPI, eSanjivani, Deeksha, Bhashini, ONDC, Ask Geeta are included. Ask Gita – Guidance, Inspiration, Change & Action – The ancient wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita is combined with cutting edge AI technology. This zone also includes MyGov, Kovin, Umang, Jan Dhan, e-NAM, GST, FASTag and other such initiatives of the government.

RBI Pavilion
On this special occasion, the Reserve Bank of India is also ready to show its strength. A magnificent pavilion has been prepared by RBI in Bharat Mandapam. RBI is showcasing new financial technologies in the financial sector in its pavilion. In this, special focus has been placed on e-Rupee. Public tech platform is also being demonstrated for this. Not only this, all the guests are being introduced to the easy loan approval of Kisan Credit Card and Dairy Loan. Talking about the payment method of foreign guests, all foreign guests are being provided the facility to make payment through Unified Payments Interface ie UPI even without having an account in India.

payment system
UPI One World is a UPI designed for foreign travelers. This will be helpful for those foreign travelers who do not have an account in India. With its help, foreign citizens will be able to make easy and secure payments while staying in India. For this, prepaid payment instrument linked to UPI can be opened. All foreign representatives have been linked to UPI One World. For this they will first have to deposit Rs 2000. Which he will be able to use as per his wish.

Special attention on dishes made from millet

This time, items made from millet will also be served to foreign guests in India. Among them Ragi Idli, Lamb with Millet Soup, Murgh Badam and Chaulai Korma, Nargisi Kofta as well as Millet Kheer will be served to the guests. PM Modi has promoted millet a lot all over the world. India has named it Shri Anna. PM Modi has told the benefits of this grain many times and has appealed to the people to use coarse grains in their food.

Many new initiatives have started from G20 summit: Amitabh Kant
Talking about the G20 summit in India, Amitabh Kant, Chief Executive Officer of NITI Aayog constituted by the Government of India, said, 29 specially invited countries and 11 international organizations have participated in this conference. We used this opportunity to hold meetings in 60 cities and union territories across India. India’s presidency of the G20 has brought many new initiatives. Many achievements have also been achieved during this period. Amidst all this, India is ready to host the summit of leaders of the world’s leading economies. Amitabh Kant said that India created a unique model of digital public infrastructure to accelerate development. The G20 summit manifesto will be the voice of the global south and developing countries. More than 220 G20 meetings were held in 60 cities across the country, reflecting India’s diversity and federal structure. New Delhi manifesto is almost ready. This will be recommended to the leaders during the summit. Amitabh Kant said that India felt that we should start our presidency with the theme of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam – The world is one family’. Prime Minister Modi said that India’s presidency should be inclusive, decisive and ambitious. We have lived up to his vision of being inclusive, ambitious and very decisive during his presidency.

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