PM drums up support for Indian business in Japan
The PM invited Japanese people to visit and explore India and spread the word about their experience.September 02, 2014 | comments ( 0 ) |
Known for his communicating skills, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Tuesday, joined the ceremonial Japanese drummers to perform a jugalbandi with them as he drummed up support for Indian business in Japan.
Modi tried his hands at drums while inaugurating the TCS Cultural Centre.
The Prime Minister was inspired after watching the drummers and joined them, much to the amusement of the gathering. On the occasion, he invited Japanese people to visit and explore India and spread the word about their experience.
“Don’t confine yourself to hotels, go out and spend and become our ambassadors,” he told the gathering. Pitching for upgradation of knowledge skills, he said having knowledge will be more powerful than those having weapons in the 21st century. “In the 21st century, those having knowledge will be more powerful than those having weapons,” he said
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