Indian products shine in G-7 summit, world leaders stunned after receiving gift from PM Modi

PM Modi in Germany: Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to Germany for two days to attend the G-7 meeting. During the meeting with all the leaders present here, Prime Minister Modi also gave them gifts taken from India.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to Germany for two days to attend the G-7 meeting. During this, the beautiful pictures that came out of PM Modi's meeting with world leaders are in full swing. Here PM Modi's amazing chemistry with world leaders was seen. While US President Joe Biden looked very eager to meet PM Modi, PM discussed tea with French President Emmanuel Macron. During the meeting with all the leaders present in Germany, Prime Minister Modi also gave them the gifts taken from India.


UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was gifted a platinum-painted hand-painted tea set by PM Modi taken from Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh. In honor of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee being celebrated this year, the crockery was lined with platinum metal paint.


Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was gifted a black pottery piece that PM Modi took with him from Nizamabad, Uttar Pradesh. Black Pottery of Nizamabad holds its own place in the whole world. Its demand is in different parts of the country as well as abroad.

PM presented ITR bottles in zardozi boxes to French President Emmanuel Macron from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. The zari zardozi box is hand embroidered on khadi silk and satin tissue in the colors of the French national flag.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented Nandi-themed Dokra art from Chhattisgarh to Argentine President Alberto Fernandez. This particular work of art is a figure of Nandi - the meditative bull. According to Hindu mythology, Nandi is believed to be the vehicle (mount) of Lord Shiva.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gifted US President Joe Biden a pink meenakari brooch and cufflink set from Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. These cufflinks are designed for the President and matching brooches for the First Lady. Pink Meenakari is a GI-tag art.