PM Modi Recieves A Warm Welcome With Traditional Vedic Chants At Sydney Stadium

by Vaishalee Kalvankar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Sydney and was greeted by Australian High Commissioner to India Barry O’Farrell and other officials. He addressed the Indian diaspora in Sydney and was accompanied by Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. But what caught everyone’s attention was the way he was welcomed at the Sydney stadium. He was given a very warm welcome with traditional Vedic chanting, and the atmosphere was blissful. 

PM Modi Welcomed With Vedic Chants

The Qudos Bank Arena was filled with blissful vibes as PM Modi received a warm and rousing welcome from the Indian diaspora. He was welcomed with India’s traditional Vedic chant and rituals as thousands of people belonging to the Indian diaspora filled the stadium. 

Australian PM Anthony Albanese accompanied PM Modi in the stadium and mentioned that the crowd of 20,000 was one of the largest at the venue. He also mentioned that the last time he saw someone on that stage was Bruce Springsteen, but even he did not receive the welcome that Modi did. 

Some cultural performances were also arranged at this event. The event was beautifully organised by the Indian Australian Diaspora Foundation (IADF).

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Behind-The-Scenes From Australia Visit

The behind-the-scenes video from PM Modi’s Australia visit is posted on his YouTube channel. It begins with PM Narendra Modi and Australian PM Anthony Albanese greeting each other. He met the other officials and also the Australian High Commissioner to India, Barry O’Farrell. Modi then set off to discuss various topics with Anthony Albanese. 

The two were seen discussing various things with each other. The topics ranged from economic ties to regional security and more. In order to help Indian business travellers and students, they also signed a migration deal. 

In his speech, Prime Minister Modi claimed that the presence of Indians in Australia has improved relations between the two countries.

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