Home Minister Amit Shah Releases ‘Luminaries of Bengal’ Film in Kolkata
Amit Shah also inaugurated Projection Mapping Show of Victoria Memorial Hall, Guest House of National Library, New Building of Anthropological Survey of India and Exhibition on Abanindranath Tagore
GG News Bureau
Kolkata, 10th May. Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation Amit Shah released the film ‘Luminaries of Bengal’ in Kolkata, West Bengal, on Tuesday.
Amit Shah also inaugurated the Projection Mapping Show of Victoria Memorial Hall, Guest House of National Library, New Building of Anthropological Survey of India and Exhibition on Abanindranath Tagore.
In his address, Amit Shah said that during the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has underlined three objectives for the people of the country.
First, the youth of the country should be acquainted with the history of the nation’s independence and its great heroes, deepening their association with the traditions of the country.
The Union Home Minister said that second, to disseminate information about the country’s achievements in every field and India’s contribution to the world in the 75 years of independence to the country and the entire world.
Third, to set goals envisioning India across every field in 2047, and prepare a roadmap to achieve those goals in 25 years, when the nation will celebrate its centenary of independence.
Amit Shah said that with these three objectives, we initiated the celebration of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav of India’s independence.
The Union Home Minister and Minister of Cooperation said that ‘Luminaries of Bengal’ film showcases the immense contribution of Bengal in the fields of architecture, science, culture, art, music, literature, spirituality and philosophy.
He said that through this film, the youth of the entire country will come to know about the contribution of Bengal to the nation.