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G20 Summit starts with the arrival of the delgates in Agra

After nearly a month of wartime development, Agra was ready to welcome the G20 guests by Friday evening. As a result, when the guests’ flight arrived at Agra airport around 5 p.m., they were greeted royally.

Amidst the G20 Summit in Agra, all the notable viewpoints in Agra from where the delegates will pass have been decorated. Above is the scene at Faytehabad Road, Agra)

The guests were greeted with a Braj dance, shehnai playing, and flowers being dropped from a drone. They were escorted out of the airport in chariots, and group dances were performed at various locations to introduce the guests to the country’s culture.

The guests were transported from the airport to Shilpgram in royal style. Schoolchildren showered rose and marigold flowers at 14 intersections. All of the children held flags from twenty different countries. Rangoli was placed at each intersection, and peacock dances were performed.

On February 11 and 12, there will be a conference on women’s empowerment. Smriti Irani, Union Minister, and Dr. Moonjpara Mahendra Bhai are also expected to arrive in Agra on February 11. Dr. Sangita Reddy, Chairperson of FICCI, will preside over the conference.

The ASI Head Office has approved the organisation of a musical programme for the guests at the Diwan-e-Khas of Agra’s Red Fort. ASI had requested permission to use 3D projection mapping to showcase the history of the Agra Fort, which was also granted.

On February 11 and 12, morning yoga camps will be held for guests, followed by conference sessions. On February 11, guests will enjoy an Agra Fort tour, light and sound show, and cultural programme, while on February 12, they will visit the Taj Mahal following the conclusion of the conference sessions. On February 13, all of the guests will depart.

During this summit, there will be a discussion about women’s empowerment and development under female leadership, as well as empowering women’s roles in the age of digitalization. There will also be discussions about gender equality, women’s leadership, business, and economic development, as well as art, culture, and making the world a better place.

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