Ministry Of Culture To Organize E-auction Of Gifts, Mementos Today To Mark PM Narendra Modi’s Birthday

Do you know what does Prime Minister Narendra Modi do with the gifts he gets in the country and around the world? Actually these gifts are auctioned. The Ministry of Culture, Government of India will organize an e-auction of gifts and mementos received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from today. The proceeds from the e-auction will be given to the Namami Gange Mission.

The mementos include sports gear and equipment of medal winning Olympians and Paralympians, replica of Ayodhya Ram temple, Chardham, Rudraksh convention centre, models, sculptures, paintings, angavastras etc. Individuals/Organizations Website between today and October 7 You can participate in the e-auction through

You can make those 2700 gifts as your own, which were increasing the glory of the Prime Minister’s office till now.

What will be included in today’s auction?

  • The players who have won medals in the Olympics include badminton, hockey and javelin.
  • Many models and sculptures, including the replica of Ram temple, artwork of Chardham, Rudraksh Convention Center, will be auctioned.
  • Items like PM’s angavastras, shawls and paintings will also be auctioned.

Take part in the auction by visiting

Note that any person or organization You can take part in the auction by visiting The auction will start from today i.e. 17th September and will run till 7th October. This is not the first time that PM’s gifts are available for auction. This time a record-breaking bid is expected. People can spend crores on the artwork of Ram temple, Olympic players, hockey, badminton and javelin.

In 2019, 2772 gifts were auctioned and during this time 15 crore 13 lakh rupees were raised through the auction. In 2019 also the auction amount was dedicated to Namami Gange Mission.

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