Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the Piazza Gandhi in Rome on Friday to pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi. He also interacted with a group of Indians there, who greeted him in Gujarati.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with the Indian community, in Rome. (Photo: PTI)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the Piazza Gandhi in Rome on Friday to pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi. He also interacted with a group of Indians there, who greeted him in Gujarati and recited Sanskrit chants.
One person shouted out, “Narendra bhai, kem chho? [How are you]”. To this, the Prime Minister responded, “Maha ma chho [I am fine]” with a smile.
Another person spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Gujarati about his work in Yoga and Ayurveda.
The crowd gathered there also chanted slogans of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and ‘Modi, Modi’. While a group recited Sanskrit shlokas, PM Modi responded “Om Namah Shivay” with folded hands.
#WATCH Sanskrit chants, slogans of ‘Modi, Modi’ reverberate at Piazza Gandhi in Rome as Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacts with people gathered there
The PM is in Rome to participate in the G20 Summit. pic.twitter.com/G13ptYOAjB
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Prime Minister Modi is in Rome for the two-day G-20 summit that will focus on sustainable development and climate change among other things. The theme of the meeting is “People, Planet and Prosperity.”
Ahead of the summit, PM Modi held a joint meeting with the President of the European Council Charles Michel and the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen. He will meet Pope Francis at the Vatican on Saturday morning.
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