ASI organizes projection mapping shows at iconic locations to celebrate 100 episodes of “Mann Ki Baat”


The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), under the Ministry of Culture, celebrated the 100th episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly program “Mann Ki Baat” by organizing at least 13 projection mapping shows on the theme of “nation-building” at iconic locations across India. The shows were open to the public free of cost and featured inspirational stories of ordinary Indians, cultural heritage, and celebrated the nation’s progress.13 Iconic Sites Featuring Projection Mapping Show The 13 iconic sites that hosted the projection mapping shows included Red Fort and Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya in New Delhi, Sun Temple in Odisha, Golconda Fort in Hyderabad, Vellore Fort in Tamil Nadu, Gateway of India in Mumbai, Navratnagarh Fort in Jharkhand, Ramnagar Fort in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur, Rang Ghar in Assam, the Residency building in Lucknow, Sun Temple in Modhera, Gujarat, and Chittorgarh Fort in Rajasthan.ASI Shares Photos on Twitter The ASI shared photos of the projection mapping shows on its Twitter handle, showcasing attendees watching “Mann Ki Baat” episodes. The shows were aimed at promoting India’s rich cultural heritage, inspiring citizens to contribute to nation-building and celebrating the country’s progress.Celebrating India’s Progress The projection mapping shows at iconic locations across India were a unique way to celebrate the 100th episode of “Mann Ki Baat” and promote India’s rich cultural heritage. They showcased inspirational stories of ordinary Indians and celebrated the country’s progress. The ASI’s efforts to organize these shows free of cost to the public is a commendable initiative to engage citizens in celebrating India’s achievements.


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