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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will bring with him 157 ancient artifacts and memorabilia, asked America to return – thank you

प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी साथ लेकर आएंगे 157 प्राचीन कलाकृतियां और यादगार सामान, लौटाने के लिए अमेरिका को कहा- धन्यवाद

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi returns home on Sunday, he will bring 157 ancient artifacts and objects with him. America has presented these artifacts and objects to the Prime Minister.

The PMO said that most of these items belong to the 11th to 14th centuries and all are historical as well. Among them is a 2000 BC anthropomorphic copper object or a terracotta vase from the 2nd century.

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When Prime Minister Narendra Modi returns home on Sunday, he will bring 157 ancient artifacts and objects with him. America has presented these artifacts and objects to the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said in a statement that most of these artifacts and objects date back to the 11th to 14th centuries. The PMO said that Prime Minister Modi thanked America for returning these artifacts.

According to the PMO, Prime Minister and US President Joe Biden committed to strengthen efforts to prevent theft, illegal trade and smuggling of cultural goods. These 157 artifacts and objects range from a one and a half meter sandstone carving from the 10th century to the exquisite 12th century bronze statue of Nataraja, 8.5 cm high.

Most of the items date from the 11th to the 14th century.

The PMO said that most of these items belong to the 11th to 14th centuries and all are historical as well. Among them is a 2000 BC anthropomorphic copper object or a terracotta vase from the 2nd century. About 71 ancient artefacts are cultural, while the rest are small sculptures related to Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. All of them are made of metal, stone and terracotta.

The bronze objects include the poses of Lakshmi Narayan, Buddha, Vishnu, Shiva-Parvati and 24 Jain Tirthankaras. There are many other works of art as well, including the less popular Kanakalamurthy, Brahmi and Nandikesa. The PMO said that this is part of the efforts of the Central Government to bring back the country’s ancient artifacts and objects from different parts of the world.

India-US relations will get stronger in the coming years: PM Modi

Addressing the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi underscored the need for the empowerment of the United Nations to uphold world order, law and values. PM Modi made a tweet before America’s return to India from New York, in which he said that India-US relations will be stronger in the coming years. PM Modi said that useful bilateral and multilateral work has been done in the last few days. Have interacted with many CEOs and addressed the United Nations. I am confident that India-US relations will grow even stronger in the years to come. Our rich people-to-people relationships are among our strongest assets.

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