Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah inaugurated the ‘Jai Hindi’ Light and Sound Show at Red Fort, in New Delhi. At the inaugural ceremony of ‘Jai Hindi’ Light and Sound Show, Union Culture Minister G Kishan Reddy, Minister of State for Cultures, Meenakshi Lekhi, Lt Governor of Dekhi VK Saxena, Minister of State, and Several other dignitaries were present.
The show will also include a Mathrubhumi Show, in which India’s history of thousands of years has been integrated wonderfully. Home Minister Amit Shah noted that the program is starting in the year of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav and the journey of making historical places of India a place of inspiration is starting.
Jai Hind- The New Light and Sound Program- Key Points
- Union Home Minister Amit Shah informed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has organized several programs during Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav to make the young generation acquainted with the countless martyrs.
- He also said that to make India a top country in the world in every field till the centenary of Independence, Prime Minister had asked all the citizens to take a resolve for Amrit Kaal.
- He noted that the collective effort of the 130-crore people of India will make the country first in the world.
- Last 8 years, India has been under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has strong determination, energy, and confidence in making India on top.
- Union Minister for Culture, Tourism, and DoNER G K Reddy said that the government is making all efforts to conserve and preserve historical monuments for future generations.
- He has urged the nation to join hands in taking forward the heritage, culture, and tradition of India.
- The new avatar of Light and Sound at Red Fort is titled ‘Jai Hindi’.
- It will represent the bravery and the history of India from the 17th century to the present day.
- The Jai Hind show will be for one hour and it is divided into three parts.
- The show will highlight the rise of the Marathas, the war of Independence in 1857, the rise of the Indian National Army and INA trials, the fight for Independence
- It will also show India’s continuing progress over the past 75 years by using all forms of performance art including projection mapping, live-action films, light, and immersive sound, actors, dancers, and puppets.