A Modi admirer decorates his house with his memorabilia to make it a museum
LUCK NOW: To show his love for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a chartered accountant from Lucknow has decorated his house with memorabilia bought from an online auction of items received by PM Modi. The previous year, at the PM Memento online auction, which ran from September 14 to October 2, the Prime Minister’s birthday, Ashish Verma bought 13 memorabilia received by the Prime Minister. minister.
Not only has Verma decorated his house with Prime Minister Modi’s memorabilia, but he also aspires to build a small museum dedicated to the Prime Minister in his home. A captivated Verma told ANI that he spent around Rs two lakhs on souvenirs.
Souvenirs purchased by Ashish Verma include three Angavastras, idols of Lord Rama and Vishnu, souvenir of Sri Padmanabha Swamy, Arunachaleswarar temple, pen holder, two shawls, idols of Lakshmi and Kali. Verma told ANI, “I get a lot of inspiration from all these memorabilia. My dream is not only to decorate my house with the Prime Minister’s memorabilia, but I will also buy more memorabilia and build a Prime Minister’s museum. in my house. “
This year, the online auction of gifts and souvenirs presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi will start on his birthday, September 17. Over the past few years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office has been honored and received countless souvenirs and gifts from famous personalities. and sympathizers from all the length and breadth of the nation. Historical gifts of love include exquisite paintings, sculptures, handicrafts and folk items.
The National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi is now ready to welcome visitors for a very special exhibition of memorabilia and gifts presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. No less than 1,200 gifts and souvenirs given to the Prime Minister will be auctioned. Among these 1,200 gifts, the center of attraction is the replicas and models of the Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and the Kashi-Vishwanath temple in Varanasi. This time around, however, is an exciting new sports memorabilia attraction. Team India’s outstanding performance at the Commonwealth Games, Deaflympics and Thomas Cup Championship has earned us a place in history and an enviable medal haul. There’s the badminton racket, autographed by ace shuttlecock, K Srikant. Sports shirts bearing autographs from the wrestling, hockey, lawn bowling and para-powerlifting teams are also up for grabs.
The electronic auction will take place online from September 17 to October 2, 2022, and the general public is invited to participate by logging on to this link – https://pmmentos.gov.in/. This will be the fourth in a series of successful auctions, first launched by the PMO in January 2019. As in the past, funds raised through the auction will contribute to a worthy cause, the Namami program Ganges.
The flagship project of the Union Government aims to conserve and rejuvenate our national river, the Ganges, and improve the fragile river ecosystem. Proceeds generated from the auction will provide a much-needed boost to this worthy cause. Meanwhile, last year, an electronic auction was organized by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism at the National Gallery of Modern Art and the funds raised from the auction will be donated to the Namami Gange project. .
Gifts presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the past six months were auctioned from September 14 to October 3. Around 2,772 honored gifts to Prime Minister Modi over the past six months are being auctioned online from September 14 to October 2.
The gifts included shawls, souvenirs and indigenous handicrafts from different communities. It is available at www.pmmentos.gov.in. This link is also available on the websites of the Ministry of Culture and the National Gallery of Modern Art.