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Officials with the replica.
New Delhi, November 19
A replica of the Golden Temple was unveiled on Friday on the occasion of Gurpurb of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak, at Dubai Expo-2020 at the India Pavilion.
Vikramjit Singh Sahney, International President of World Punjabi Organisation, who is also a member of the Steering Committee of India Pavillion, said the model was unveiled by Indian Ambassador Pawan Kapoor where Aman Puri, Consul General of India in Dubai, Surender Singh Khandari, President Guru Nanak Durbar, and Surjit Singh, President WPO-Abu Dhabi were also present.
Sahney said the installation of the model of Golden Temple at the Dubai Expo would spread the Guru Nanak’s message of universal brotherhood, peaceful co-existence, and tolerance to lakhs of visitors who visit here every day.
He also thanked PM Narendra Modi and Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal for the installation of the model in India Pavilion. — TNS
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