The Mumbai Regional Office of Ministry of Tourism enthralled the G20 delegates with Indian Classical Music at Mumbai today. The Delegates, attending the development group meeting of G20 today, also visited the Kanheri Caves in Mumbai for excursion. On arrival, all the delegates were given a traditional welcome by Yuva Tourism Club students from Atharva College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology. During the lunch organised by Ministry of External Affairs at the Tulsi Log Huts, Sanjay Gandhi National Park , the delegates were treated with live classical instrumental music organised by India Tourism Mumbai.
@ASIGoI was honoured to welcome #G20 delegates today at #KanheriCaves in #Mumbai.
Chiseled out of a massive basaltic rock outcrop, the caves at Kanheri demonstrate #Buddhist style in art & architecture.#G20Summit #G20India #G20Presidency pic.twitter.com/vbHC7rDsdf
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