As the G20 Summit approaches, Bharat Mandapam is gearing up to provide a plethora of distinctive encounters for its visitors. These exhibitions promise to unveil India’s technological achievements and creative innovations, offering an array of unique experiences.
At the heart of the G20 Summit, Bharat Mandapam will host the ‘Culture Corridor – G20 Digital Museum.’ This international initiative is set to captivate attendees by celebrating the shared heritage of G20 member nations and invitee countries. It will showcase iconic cultural artifacts and heritage from these diverse regions, fostering understanding, inclusivity, and shared identity while promoting knowledge sharing.
Halls 4 and 14 will house the Digital India Experience Zone, immersing visitors in India’s technological prowess. This immersive zone offers deep insights into pivotal Digital India initiatives, including Aadhaar, DigiLocker, UPI, eSanjeevani, DIKSHA, Bhashini, ONDC, and the innovative Ask GITA—an amalgamation of Bhagavad Gita’s ancient wisdom and cutting-edge AI technology.
The zone will also showcase various government initiatives such as MyGov, CoWIN, UMANG, JanDhan, eNAM, GSTN, FastTag, and more.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is gearing up to unveil groundbreaking financial technologies at the G20 Summit. These technologies have the potential to reshape the financial landscape and include Central Bank Digital Currency, frictionless credit through a public tech platform, and unique payment systems like UPI One World, Rupay on the GO, and Cross Border bill payments.
Foreign travelers arriving in India will have access to UPI One World, a tailor-made UPI variant designed for individuals without Indian bank accounts. Delegates will be greeted with preloaded wallets containing Rs 2000 to facilitate convenient and secure transactions during their stay.
Hall No. 3 at Bharat Mandapam will host the vibrant ‘Crafts Bazaar,’ displaying a wide array of handicraft products from across India. With a focus on ‘One District One Product’ and GI-tagged items, this bazaar offers delegates a unique opportunity to acquire locally sourced treasures. Approximately 30 states and UTs, along with central agencies like the Khadi Village and Industries Commission and TRIFED, will participate, complemented by live demonstrations by master craftsmen.
During an official visit to Singapore, Chief Justice of India Dhananjaya Yashwant Chandrachud, who also chairs the National Judicial Academy, and Chief Justice of Singapore Mr. Sundaresh Menon oversaw the signing of an MoU between the National Judicial Academy of India and the Singapore Judicial College of the Supreme Court of Singapore. This MoU aims to advance cooperation in judicial education and research, strengthening international legal collaboration.
Bharat Mandapam is all set to offer a diverse range of experiences that showcase India’s rich cultural heritage and technological prowess, highlighting its commitment to fostering international cooperation and knowledge sharing during the G20 Summit. Visitors can look forward to a truly unique and enriching experience.