PM Narendra Modi Gift Auction Update | National Gallery of Modern Art | The base price of Banaras Ghat painting is highest at Rs 64.8 lakh; Money will be spent on Namami Gange project

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This auction of PM mementos will run till October 31.  - Dainik Bhaskar

This auction of PM mementos will run till October 31.

An exhibition of gifts and mementos received by Prime Minister Modi has been organized in the National Gallery of Modern Art. The e-auction of all these started from October 2, which will continue till October 31. The auction process was inaugurated by Union Minister Meenakshi Lekhi. The amount received from this auction will be used in the Namami Gange project. To participate in the auction, one has to visit PMMomentos’ website.

Exhibition of gifts from the Prime Minister at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi.

Exhibition of gifts from the Prime Minister at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi.

Highest price of painting from Banaras
Items to be auctioned include corsets, paintings, autographed T-shirts, bags, sculptures and crafts. The highest price in the auction was for the painting of Banaras Ghat. According to the website, its base price is currently Rs 64 lakh 80 thousand. Paresh Maiti had gifted this painting to PM Modi. According to the information given on the website, the weight of this painting is 20 kilos.

Description of the painting and base price information available on the website.

Description of the painting and base price information available on the website.

Prime Minister shared pictures of gifts
PM Modi has also shared some pictures of the exhibition on social media. Along with this, he has written that the exhibition of gifts I received, which is being displayed today in the Modern Art Gallery of Delhi, is a proof of India’s rich culture, tradition and artistic heritage. As always, these items will be auctioned and the proceeds will be spent on the Namami Gange Initiative.

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