In between the G20 Summit, Prime Minister Modi will meet 15 heads of state separately in 3 days to discuss bilateral relations and multilateral cooperation. Accordingly, Prime Minister Modi held a meeting with the leaders of Britain, Japan, Germany and Italy between the G20 Summit yesterday.
In addition, Prime Minister Modi also met Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnath, who were invited as special guests of the G20 conference, separately yesterday. Later, Prime Minister Modi said, “I spoke in detail with Prime Minister Hasina about trade relations and people-to-people relations between Bangladesh and India. “This meeting was very good,” he said.
In a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office, the leaders of the two countries held discussions on increasing transport between Bangladesh and India and promoting cooperation in various fields including culture.
After meeting Mauritian Prime Minister Jug Nath, Prime Minister Modi posted on his ‘X’ (Twitter) page, “It was a great pleasure to meet Prime Minister Jug Nath. With India celebrating its 75th Independence Day, it is remarkable that 75 years of diplomatic relations have existed between the two countries. He said.
Music of Ravanahada, Rudraveena in the Conference: Traditional musical instruments of India like Rudraveena, Ravana were played in the guest hall during the conference dinner.
Musical instruments like hatha were played. Earlier there was Bharat Vadya Darshasanam by Gandharva Aaradhyam group. This was followed by a very spectacular concert by various musicians on instruments like Ravanahada, Rudraveena.
After that the artistes conducted a concert with instruments like tabla and piano. A concert by Hindustani musicians and a concert by Carnatic musicians also went well. The world leaders listened to these musical programs with interest.