On May 22, representatives from the G-20’s Third Environment and Climate Sustainability Working Group visited the Taj Palace Hotel and the famous Gateway of India in Mumbai.
A captivating performance by folk artists, dahi handi, traditional dhol, and Marathi Lavani was seen by the delegates.
There was also a special digital light and sound extravaganza projected on the Gateway of India’s walls. The programme offered a glimpse into Maharashtra’s past while highlighting the bravery of warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s life.
Delegates from many nations took the floor to perform traditional dance while playing dhols and tashas. On May 22, the third meeting of the G20 Environment and Climate Sustainability Working Group came to an end.
The meeting’s main topics included new science, technology, and innovation; difficulties with inclusive and effective policy; and developing funding mechanisms to support regional and national Blue Economy initiatives.