Delegates from G-20 countries visit Buddhist Stupa in Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh

The representatives of different countries, who came to participate in the special Think-20 program of G-20, reached Sanchi, the world-famous tourist destination of Raisen district, on Tuesday for a tour. All the guests were overwhelmed to see the Stupa and described it as the land of world peace.

On reaching the Stupa premises, the representatives of G-20 countries were accorded a grand welcome by applying sandalwood tilak and offering flowers according to Indian culture. To welcome the G-20 delegates, an attractive rangoli was made at the entrance of the stupa and special decorations were also done. All the delegates were overwhelmed by the warm welcome accorded to them in Sanchi, which is called the island of peace. Here the school children also welcomed the guests by playing the tune of the band and announcing Jai Hind.

The representatives of the G-20 countries visited other heritage sites including Buddhist Stupas in the Sanchi Stupa Complex and were mesmerized by their beauty, texture and architectural style. Along with the Buddhist stupas, the natural beauty of Sanchi also attracted him. During this, the officials of the Archaeological Survey of India were informed about the teachings of Lord Buddha and the messages of Emperor Ashoka. Along with this, information about the architectural style, historical and archaeological importance of Sanchi Stupas was given. 

Renowned flute player Virendra Kore presented flute singing in different languages ​​and the sound of birds with flute in front of the representatives of G-20 countries in the Sanchi Stupa complex. Along with this, artists of India’s famous Akashvani and Doordarshan and AIR’s A grade artist tabla player Mohd. Classical music was presented by Naeem, Shahid Masoom ji, Wasim Masoom ji.

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