From Classical Dance Performances To Naatu Naatu, Watch G20 Delegates Enjoyed In Chandigarh!

by Shreya Rathod
From Classical Dance Performances To Naatu Naatu, Watch G20 Delegates Enjoyed In Chandigarh!

India is hosting the G20 summit in various cities and the latest one is Chandigarh! This planned city is one of the important cities in India and was selected to host the Agriculture Working Group Meeting from March 29th to 31st 2023. Along with this, several cultural events were organised that showcased different cultural aspects of India. The Ministry of Culture has tweeted pictures of the dance performances, take a look!

G20 Summit In Chandigarh

The city of Chandigarh is important as it is home to several government offices and residences. Besides this, it is one of the cities where the G20 summit is organised. The delegates met to discuss global agriculture, and food challenges and look for alternative solutions for it.

Apart from this, on the second day, there were cultural events organised at Sukhna Lake. The delegates were received with dhols and bhangra dance. Moreover, they danced to the beats of the Oscar-winning ‘Naatu Naatu’. And as per Indian traditions, they were made to wear turbans and foreheads were adorned with tikkas. In addition to this, there were thrilling dance performances of the Indian classical dance styles — Bharatanatyam and Kathak.

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There was an exquisite spread including Punjabi specialities like tawa keema kaleji, saag murgh, makki di roti and sarson da saag along with continental dishes for the delegates.

Why Is The G20 Summit Important?

After World War II, countries came together and built cordial relationships with each other. The main aim was to avoid war and sought issues through bilateral dialogue. In addition to this, matters like environment preservation, economic development, human rights, world health and so on needed to be discussed. And therefore, several organisations like the United Nations, WHO, UNESCO, FAO and others were formed.

G20 is one such organisation that focuses on building economic relations. It also addresses issues faced like global food scarcity, agriculture, global GDP and so on. Along with member countries, think tanks, youth, labour, businesses, researchers, civil societies and parliamentarians of the respective countries also participate in this summit.

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Cover Image Courtesy: Ministry Of Culture/ Twitter