In monumental anticipation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), ‘Ahlan Modi’ witnessed an overwhelming response, with over 65,000 individuals registering for this community event. Set to take place at the Saeed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi on February 13, the mega-commemoration marks the inauguration of the first traditional Hindu temple in the region.
This seventh visit by the Indian Prime Minister to the UAE holds special significance, with the mega-commemoration scheduled to unfold over a day at the iconic Saeed Sports City Stadium. The event displays the rich diversity of Indian arts, showcasing the talents of over 700 cultural artists representing various forms of India’s cultural heritage.
Ahlan Modi’s stage will illuminate the highlights of Indian arts, including the performances of more than 150 Indian community groups and laborers in the UAE. The participation of over a thousand individuals, ranging from blue-collar workers to artists, underlines the event’s inclusive nature, showcasing the unity in diversity that defines the Indian diaspora in the UAE.
In a unique initiative to ensure the smooth conduct of the event without disruptions, organizers have collaborated with Abu Dhabi authorities. The absence of strikes and protests, coupled with the active involvement of Abu Dhabi officials, underscores the seamless coordination in executing this grand celebration.
Addressing the significance of ‘Ahlan Modi,’ Shobh Riyaliti, the founder and chairman of the People’s Cultural Festival, emphasized that the event goes beyond being a mere spectacle. “Ahlan Modi is not just an event; it is the celebration of unity in diversity. It resonates with the echoes of oneness, heard beyond borders,” expressed Riyaliti.
In the build-up to the event, ‘Ahlan Modi’ has become a platform for the diverse Indian communities in the UAE, with more than 65,000 registrations showcasing the immense enthusiasm to witness this historic occasion. The blue-collar workforce and professionals from various industries are set to converge at the Saeed Sports City Stadium to be part of this cultural extravaganza.
As the excitement continues to build, it is evident that ‘Ahlan Modi’ is not merely a gathering but a manifestation of the harmonious coexistence of various cultures under the banner of unity. The participation of over 150 Indian community groups and the support from Abu Dhabi authorities signify a harmonious collaboration, making this event a symbol of camaraderie.
In conclusion, ‘Ahlan Modi’ stands as a testament to the enduring ties between the Indian diaspora and the UAE, symbolizing the unity and vibrancy of diverse cultures coming together. As the registrations surge past 65,000, it becomes clear that this event transcends geographical boundaries, fostering a sense of community togetherness.