Special Book 'India: The Mother of Democracy' Presented to G-20 Summit Guests

Rozana Spokesman  | Amanat Thaper

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Unique Publication Highlights India's Democratic Legacy Spanning 8000 Years, Excluding Mention of Mughal and British Rule

Special Book Celebrating India's Rich Democratic Heritage

NEW-DELHI: The 18th Edition of the G20 Summit, hosted by India, concluded as a historic moment for the nation, marking the culmination of discussions and collaborations among world leaders. In a gesture of warmth and cultural significance, the Central Government presented a special book titled 'India: The Mother of Democracy' to the esteemed foreign guests attending the summit.

This Remarkable publication encapsulates the core values of Indian democracy and offers a deep dive into the glorious history of India, spanning a rich tapestry of over 8,000 years. What sets this book apart is its deliberate omission of references to the Mughal and British rule, choosing instead to focus on the myriad Indian kings and their remarkable contributions to the nation's legacy.

'India: The Mother of Democracy' is not just a physical offering; it is also available online, making the essence of Indian history and democratic evolution accessible to a wider audience. Within its pages, the book proudly chronicles the reigns and achievements of various Indian monarchs, excluding the British and Mughal periods.

The Publication pays homage to India's ancient wisdom by referencing the Vedas, the ancient scriptures that have guided Indian philosophy for millennia. Furthermore, it provides a comprehensive account of significant historical figures, from Gautama Buddha to the renowned political strategist Chanakya, offering a detailed narrative of their contributions to the nation's development.

In this gesture of presenting 'India: The Mother of Democracy,' India not only showcased its democratic heritage but also celebrated its rich historical legacy, reinforcing the country's commitment to promoting and preserving its unique cultural identity on the global stage.