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Reflecting Indian Values At International Level, Hope, and Democracy At Its Best

As Prime Minister unveiled the logo and theme for the G20 summit to be held under India’s presidency in 2023, the world saw a glimpse of how inclusive Indian values can be.

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As Prime Minister unveiled the logo and theme for the G20 summit to be held under India’s presidency in 2023, the world saw a glimpse of how inclusive Indian values can be. With the digitally acclaimed future that lies ahead of us, PM Modi gave the motto of ‘Vasudev Kutumbakam’ that has a sustainable world as its ideal. 

The logo of this G20 summit has the world sitting on a seven-petaled lotus, which has different significances. Lotus holds cultural importance in the Bharatiya culture, which represents ‘Hope’, while the seven petals symbolize the seven continents of the world. In a post-COVID world, where everyone is traumatized mentally as well as financially, the lotus still blooms, symbolising Modi. 

The theme for this particular summit is ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future,’ which tells a story about how India was once shackled in the chains of colonialism and has turned its experiences into strengths. Now the world is looking to India for solutions, said PM Modi. 

Among various things, PM Modi focused more on an inclusive ‘Democratic’ world where the third world countries have developed to sustainable positions. Praising the Indian democratic institution, Modi said that India was the epitome of inclusion, unity in diversity, and democracy. Indian democracy isn’t just an institution but a ‘Sanskaar’ instilled in every Indian. 

While the world is still focusing on women’s empowerment, India is focusing on and leading in Women-led development. A blend of culture and development can be found in modern-day India, which is still Bharat. 

The G20 is an important international summit as it represents about 90% of the world GDP, with countries that have over ⅔ of the world population. The participants of the G20 summit are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and the European Union.

India will hold the presidency of the G20 countries for a year leading the summit in 2023 while being the torchbearer for the new world.

Simran sharma
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