Works inspired by PM Modi inaugurated at the National Gallery of Modern Art

An exhibition of artworks inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was opened by Union Culture Minister G Kishan Reddy on Friday.

The exhibition of paintings by eminent artist Akbar Saheb has opened at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. “Akbar Saheb’s art is unique as the 55 works are entirely inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his incredible journey and vision. November 2022,” the Ministry of Culture said in a statement.

Reddy, also the Union Minister for Tourism and Development of the North East Region, said Akbar Saheb showed Gujarat’s prime minister’s journey to become the world leader.

He added that the paintings show major political decisions such as the GST and clearly depict demonetization and the surgical strike. The Minister also said the paintings showed the challenges facing the Prime Minister.

“The themes presented promise to resonate with every Indian across the country. Each work is deeply rooted in the initiatives taken by the Union Government and is directly linked to the aspirations of the common man and the progress of the nation.

“The paintings also highlight the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as the many challenges faced by various projects such as Vibrant Gujarat, Shining Bright (based on Asia’s largest solar park in Gujarat), Statue of Unity, Truth Prevails, Sadhbhavana Yatra and so on.

“Some notable paintings are Lasting Impact” which depicts the tremendous power of resilience and endurance of sound (PM). Bharat Mata “is another evocative work where the prime minister’s mother is personified as Bharat Mata,” the statement said.

Over forty works of art are beautiful expressions based on the popular lecture series, Mann ki Baat. Works like Sankalp Se Siddhi, Say NO to Black Money, Beware of Drugs, Save our Farmers, Water is a Blessing and Helping Hands are masterful compositions that not only look good but also send a powerful message of humanity and compassion.

“Akbar Saheb’s paintings present a narrative of mass mobilization and the positive impact of programs like Swachh Bharat, Digital India, Mudra Yojana, Yoga as part of life, village electrification and LPG connections for They also illustrate the revitalization of the economy with the ambitious Make in India project and the growth of tourism as a showcase of the country’s cultural heritage,” the statement said.

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