Find out what PM Modi gifted his Japanese counterpart at the 14th India-Japan summit

• A sandalwood artefact made in Rajasthan called “krishna pankhi” is the gift that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida received from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

• The window on the artefact is said to depict different poses of Lord Krishna, compassion, tenderness and epitomising love and is said to be made with intricate work.

• The “pankhi” is carved with traditional tools and has India’s national bird on the top carved by hand.

• The artefact is made purely of sandalwood which is found primarily in the Southern part of India.


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