Ministry of Culture organizes projection mapping at 13 iconic locations to celebrate MannKiBaat@100
May 05, 2023
Ministry of Culture organized a series of projection mapping shows at 13 iconic locations across India to celebrate the completion of the 100th episode of Prime Minister Mann Ki Baat.
The projection featured inspiring stories and instances from the lives of Indians, India’s cultural heritage, and the progress of our nation over the years. Mann Ki Baat first aired on 3rd October 2014 and has continued to encourage the people of the country since then. The Mann Ki Baat show is based on the Prime Minister’s vision to promote inclusion in the country and to showcase the idea of a people-centric approach to governance.
The 20-25 minute-long projection mapping program was focused on the nation-building theme. Each show was focused on the cultural and archival significance of that place which was being showcased. The 13 sites included Red Fort and Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya in New Delhi, Gwalior fort in Madhya Pradesh, 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.
The occasion was a celebration of the diversity, culture, and development of India.
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