PM mementos 2022 auction extended until October 12

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Image source: PTI/ REPRESENTATIVE (FILE). The PM mementos 2022 auction has been extended until October 12.


  • PM Narendra Modi reported on October 7 that the PM 2022 souvenir auction has been extended until October 12
  • The proceeds from the auction will be used for the Namami Gange project.
  • Up to 1,200 gifts and souvenirs given to the Prime Minister will be auctioned.

Souvenir Auction PM 2022: Prime Minister Narendra Modi reported on Friday (Oct 7) that the PM 2022 memorabilia auction has been extended until Oct 12 (Wednesday).

In response to a tweet thread from the Ministry of Culture, the Prime Minister tweeted: “This is one of many special gifts I have received over the years. Respecting people’s wishes, the memorabilia auction has been extended until the 12th. Participate.”

Earlier on Thursday, the Ministry of Culture tweeted: “This framed replica of the Kedarnath Temple represents one of the most important pilgrimage centers in India. This is your chance to own this impressive piece by making your offers ongoing.”

“To view the memorabilia, visit the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The auction closes on October 12, 2022. Proceeds will be used for the Namami Gange project,” the ministry added.

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This year, the electronic auction of gifts and souvenirs given to Prime Minister Narendra Modi started on September 17 on his birthday. In recent years, the office of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been honored and received countless souvenirs and gifts from celebrities and well-wishers across the nation. Historical gifts of love include exquisite paintings, sculptures, handicrafts and folk artifacts.

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The National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi is now ready to welcome visitors to a very special exhibition of souvenirs and gifts presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Up to 1,200 gifts and souvenirs given to the Prime Minister will be auctioned.

Among these 1,200 gifts, the center of attraction are the replicas and models of the Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and the Kashi-Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi. This time, however, it’s an exciting new sports memorabilia attraction. Team India’s stellar performance at the Commonwealth Games, the Deaflympics and the Thomas Cup Championship earned us a place in history and an enviable number of medals.

There’s the badminton racket, autographed by star shuttlecock K Srikant. Also up for grabs are sports jerseys with autographs from the wrestling, hockey, lawn bowling and weightlifting teams.

This will be the fourth in a series of successful auctions, first launched by the PMO in January 2019. As in the past, the funds raised through the auction will contribute to a good cause, the Namami Gange Program.

The Union Government’s flagship project seeks to conserve and rejuvenate our national river, Ganga, and improve the fragile river ecosystem. The proceeds generated from the auction will give a much-needed boost to this worthy cause.

Meanwhile, last year, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism held an electronic auction at the National Gallery of Modern Art and the funds raised from the auction will go to the Namami Gange project.

(With ANI inputs)

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