PM Modi to Inaugurate Rudraksha Convention Centre in Varanasi on July 16
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate an international cooperation and convention centre, also known as 'Rudraksha', in Varanasi on July 16.
Spread in 2.87 hectares of land, the two-storey convention centre comprises main hall with a full flying tower, a seating capacity of 1,200, a gallery, meeting rooms, and parking for 120 cars.
As many as 108 Rudraksha have been installed at this convention centre and its roof is shaped like a Shiva Linga.
PM Modi Inaugurates JICA-funded Rudraksh Convention Centre in Varanasi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Rudraksh International Cooperation and Convention centre in his parliamentary constituency of Varanasi today. The two-storey convention centre can accommodate 1,200 people and was constructed with the aid of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
During his address at the convention centre, Modi thanked the Japanese people, the Japanese country's government, and Suzuki Satoshi, its ambassador to India. He also thanked his Yoshihide Suga, his Japanese counterpart, for personally taking an interest in the project. He expressed happiness that a new chapter of friendship was being written today, and referred to the Delhi-Mumbai high-speed train and industrial corridor, being built with Japanese cooperation.