The ‘Pravasi Gujarati Parv’ will begin in Ahmedabad on Saturday, October 15th and will go on till October 17. The three-day event will feature celebrities from more than 20 countries, including India. About 2,500 Gujaratis from more than 20 countries and 18 states of India will participate in the event. The three-day event will feature celebrities from more than 20 countries, including India. The event will combine business with tradition, commerce with culture, science with spirituality, wellness with wellness, and business with entertainment.
Pravasi Gujarati Parv is packed with special events right from business conclaves and exhibitions to cultural events and celebrity performances. This ‘Pravasi Gujarati festival’ is held for four reasons: To establish a connection between the large diaspora and the native population, to open a channel of communication between the people of Gujarati origin both in India and abroad, to encourage contribution towards the development of the state, and to celebrate the Gujarati pride and heritage The ‘Pravasi Gujarati Parv’ will be a multi-faceted event that will combine business with tradition, commerce with culture, science with spirituality, wellness with wellness, and business with entertainment. Influential Personalities, global Gujarati leaders from different industries, and Gujarati members of the government will be present to welcome NRGs.
Union Minister, Amit Shah said in the gathering that “Before 1985, during the Chhashwar riots in Gujarat, there was a curfew for 200 days out of 365, the water table continued to fall, and there was no development work in the hinterland. But, After becoming the Chief Minister in 2001, Narendra Modi gave a new look and a new direction to the development of Gujarat. PM Modi has done the job of instilling the belief that the politics of free elections is possible without the three evils of nepotism, casteism and tribalism in politics and democracy. The PM has done the work of turning every disaster into an opportunity by giving the slogan “Opportunity in disaster”. Gujarat also made changes in every field and Gujarat tried to reach the top in every field and showed that it is true. Gujarat is the biggest contribution in making New India.
Top policy leaders who are expected to attend and speak at the Pravasi Gujarati Parv include Bhupendrai Patel, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Gujarat, Meenakshi Lekhi, Hon’ble Minister of State for External Affairs and Culture, Harsh Sanghavi, Hon’ble Minister of State for Home, Revenue and NRI/NRGs, Government of Gujarat, Rohit Vadhwana, Deputy High Commissioner of India to Kenya, Nimisha Madhvani, Ugandan High Commissioner to the UK, Yogesh Punja, High Commissioner, Fiji.
From the world of business and sports, the festival will feature top voices including Priti Adani, Chairperson, Adani Foundation and Cheteshwar Pujara, Indian Cricketer.
The leaders, influencers, prominent personalities and global Gujaratis will come together at the all-encompassing event focusing on trade with tradition, commerce with culture, science with spirituality, wellness with welfare, and enterprise with entertainment.
The thought leadership sessions will be focusing on discussions and deliberations of taking Gujarat to the next stage and the role played by key Gujarati’s around diverse themes such as Global Gujarati Influencers, Global Wealth and Gujarati Capital, Gujarati Sporting Glory, Contribution of Gujaratis to Cinema and entertainment, young achievers redefining Gujarat, the voice of Gujarat on a World Stage, the Gutsy Gujarati Women bringing about change and Gujarat’s contribution towards spirituality.
The event will be glammed up with multimedia performances, entertainment, and cultural extravaganza.
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