On a rainy Sunday, the G20 summit came to an end with some lovely images, like Rishi Sunak and Akshata Murty holding a red umbrella, inspiring captured the nation’s imagination, but the currents near Balat also made their hosts nervous. Mandapam.
The day began with world leaders arriving at the palace, which was blooming with flowers, especially beautiful amidst a sea of marigolds, to pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi. Prime Minister Modi welcomed the leaders wearing a homespun shawl with a backdrop of Gandhi Ashram. As leaders laid wreaths, a musical tribute was played, including Mahatma Gandhi’s favorite hymns. They also planted saplings.
Social media buzz
In light of the absence of two high-profile spouses – US first lady Jill Biden, who is recovering from coronavirus, and Sophie Grégoire, who is estranged from Justin Trudeau – the British Prime Minister’s wife Acker Shatta Murthy gets all the social media attention and everything. She analyzed clothing that was described as a fusion of Indian and Western in her meetings with young fashion designers.
Meanwhile, her husband Rishi Sunak claimed that he was happy to be called an Indian son-in-law and went to the Akshardham Temple with his wife.
Father Nicolas Díaz celebrated a private Mass for U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday, a brief 20-minute liturgy at which the priest presented Biden with Goan sweet bebinka. .
It is reported that the visiting dignitaries received a sixteen-petaled brass kamaram (lotus) while bidding each other farewell. The G20 logo uses a seven-petal lotus as its symbol, symbolizing the seven continents and seven musical notes, conveying the concept of harmony.