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Khajuraho:First G-20 Culture working group meeting begins

In Madhya Pradesh, the first G-20 Working Group-CWG meeting of Culture began on Wednesday in Khajuraho. Union Minister for Culture, Tourism and DoNER G.K Reddy; Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan; Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Dr. Virendra Kumar welcomed the delegates in traditional Bundeli traditions.Cultural richness of the place was at show through traditional 'Badhai' & 'Rai' dance performances, truly captivating the imagination of the delegates.

They will also be taken to Panna Tiger Reserve. More than 125 delegates will attend the meeting.During the meeting four working group sessions are planned at Maharaja Chhatrasal Convention Centre, in which G-20 member states, international organisations along with officials from the Ministry of Culture will participate.Madhya Pradesh boasts of a rich cultural heritage and is a testament to India's architectural brilliance and exquisite craftsmanship. Known for its majestic temples and elaborate sculptures, Khajuraho provides the perfect setting to host the 1st Culture Working Group (CWG) meet under G20 India.

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