PM Modi to Inaugurate 27th National Youth Festival in Maharashtra

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to inaugurate the 27th National Youth Festival in Nashik, Maharashtra, on January 12, 2024, reaffirming his commitment to integrating the youth into India’s development.

Mumbai, January 11, 2024 – In a continued commitment to youth empowerment, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Maharashtra on January 12, 2024. At approximately 12:15 PM, he will arrive in Nashik to inaugurate the 27th National Youth Festival (NYF).

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The NYF, an annual event held from January 12 to 16, coinciding with the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, serves as a crucial platform for fostering unity and collaboration among the youth. Maharashtra is the host state for this year’s festival, themed “Viksit Bharat@ 2047: युवा के लिए, युवा के द्वारा.”

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With a vision of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat,’ the festival aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas and experiences among youth from diverse regions of India. Approximately 7500 youth delegates will participate in various events, including cultural performances, indigenous sports, declamation, thematic-based presentations, a young artist camp, poster making, story writing, a youth convention, and a food festival.

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The Prime Minister’s active involvement reflects the government’s dedication to making the youth an integral part of the nation’s developmental journey. The 27th National Youth Festival stands as a testament to the collective aspirations and potential of India’s vibrant youth community.

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