Prime Minister Narendra Modi played the dhol in Kalburgi during his visit to Karnataka. There have been many such occasions in the past too, when PM Modi could not stop himself from playing traditional instruments. Then whether it is Wuhan of China, or Manipur, the northeastern state of India. Know on which occasions PM Modi expressed his enthusiasm by playing the drum.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a tour of Maharashtra and Karnataka. There he has given the gift of development works. During his visit to Karnataka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi played the traditional drum in the Kalaburagi district of the state. In fact, wherever the Prime Minister travels, whether in the country or abroad, he cannot stop himself from seeing traditional musical instruments. Actually, there is a joy hidden in cultural musical instruments, which work to connect different cultures. PM Modi knows this very well. Today on Thursday, he played the drum in the Kalaburagi district of Karnataka. Similarly, on many occasions, he has expressed his enthusiasm by playing drums or drums.
December 2022: PM Modi played the drum in Nagpur, Maharashtra
The Prime Minister was also on a tour of Maharashtra last month i.e. on 11 December 2022. During his visit here, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday (December 11, 2022) played the drum in Nagpur, Maharashtra. In the midst of the proposed programme, there were some youths in traditional attire carrying big drums, one of whom the PM was seen standing next to and playing the drum. People got excited seeing PM Modi playing the drum in their midst. However, during this time people had also given various reactions on this video clip of him playing drums on social media. Some people said that by playing the drum, PM Modi showed that the 'band' of Congress ie MVA has also played in the state.
April 2018: When PM Modi played the drum in Wuhan, China
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited China in April 2018. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who went on a two-day visit to end the bitter relations with China, then (April 27) met President Xi Jinping. After informal meeting with Xi Jinping, PM Modi visited Wuhan Provincial Museum. During this, PM Modi tried to know Chinese traditions. Knowing Chinese traditions, PM Modi played dhol, drums and bells here.
Actually, at the time when PM Modi was looking at the historical objects of China in the museum in Wuhan, some drums and drums were also present in it, which he could not stop playing. While he was playing the drum, Xi Jinping, standing beside him, was seen smiling. In this way, by playing dhol and drum in China, he tried to show that both China and India have thousands of years old cultures in themselves.
January 2022: Prime Minister could not stop himself from playing Manipur Dhol
Whereas last year i.e. on January 4, 2022, PM Modi went on a visit to Manipur. PM Narendra Modi once again could not stop himself from seeing the traditional musical instruments and started playing them himself, the video of which also surfaced. PM Narendra Modi was seen playing traditional musical instruments during his visit to Tripura, Manipur.
PM Modi also met artists playing musical instruments to welcome him there and while talking to them played the drums himself. When PM Modi saw an artist playing the drum, he came to know about this instrument from him and tried his hand. After this, when he went ahead, he saw an artist playing the drum, seeing him, PM Modi could not stop himself and started beating the drum himself. The PM happily played the dhol and then said goodbye to the artists.