Bali: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gone to Bali, Indonesia to attend the G20 Summit. Here he has met with many leaders. During this, PM Modi appeared colored in the colors of Indonesian culture. A video has been shared from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Facebook account. In this video PM Modi is playing an instrument with artists from Indonesia. On seeing the video of this musical instrument made of metal, it started being shared rapidly. More than 1.5 million people have seen it within an hour. But do you know what PM Modi is playing?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is playing a musical instrument called Gamelan. It is also called Gamlang and Gamelin. This instrument is indigenous to the island of Java and Bali in Indonesia. It is made by bending the metal into different shapes. Different types of sounds emerge from it when played with wood. Sometimes it is raised in the middle, and sometimes it is flat. Through this, an instrument that looks like a flute and a violin is played together to prepare music. The orchestra is formed through many other instruments.
Modi met the President of China Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday shook hands with Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 summit. This is the first time after the Galwan Valley border standoff that the two leaders have been seen shaking hands. Indonesian President Joko Widodo hosts a dinner on the sidelines of the G-20 summit. Both the leaders have met in this program. After this meeting of both, there is speculation of a possible bilateral meeting. However, no such meeting is proposed. G20: Xi Jinping steps up, PM Modi extends hand, both leaders meet during dinner in Bali India changed after 2014 Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets people belonging to the Indian community in Bali. During this, he said that there has been a big change in India before 2014 and after 2014. The pace of development of the country has increased. The people of the Indian community welcomed him here with the slogan of Modi-Modi. PM Modi said that when we lay the foundation of Ram temple in Ayodhya, we remember Ramayana culture in Indonesia.
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