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From Indore to the Ashoka Chakra, from Rajasthan to Sangmarmar, one by one things were taken to the new Parliament.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the new Parliament building on May 28. Two days before this, i.e. on May 26, the PM had shared a video of the new Parliament building through his Twitter handle. In this video of 1.48 seconds, the beauty and grandeur of Parliament can be seen.

 

 

The building houses sculptures and artefacts from different parts of the country. Apart from this, glimpses of animals worshiped in the country including eagle, gazelle, horse and crocodile will also be shown. Apart from this, three gates have been constructed in the building, namely Gnan Dwar, Shakti Dwar and Karma Dwar. A glimpse of India’s journey to modernity will also be seen in this building.

 

The building will also have a grand constitution hall, lounge, library, dining hall and parking lot. Unique materials have been collected from across the country to build the Temple of Democracy, which reflects the true spirit of Ek Bharat Shrestha India.

 

 

The teak wood used in the new Parliament was brought from Nagpur. Sandstone (red and white) from Saramthura, Rajasthan has been used. Carpets from Mirzapur in UP and bamboo wood imported from Agartala are used on the floors. Ghee from Rajnagar and Noida in Rajasthan. Fine, fine, fine, fine, fine, fine Fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine glass fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine brass fine fine fine fine brass fine brass fine fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass fine brass brass.

 

 

Ashoka’s symbol was brought from Aurangabad and Jaipur in Maharashtra. The Ashoka Chakra installed in Parliament has been brought from Indore. Apart from this some furniture was brought from Mumbai. Lakha Lal was summoned from Jaisalmer. Ambaji white marble was procured from Ambaji in Rajasthan. The saffron green stone was brought from Udaipur.

 

 

The stone carving work was taken from Abu Road and Udaipur. Some stones were also brought from Kotputli in Rajasthan. M-sand was obtained from Chakri Dadri, Haryana, fly ash bricks from NCR, Haryana and UP. Brass work and pre-cast trenches were sourced from Ahmedabad while LS/RS false ceiling steel structures were procured from Daman and Diu.

25 for the inauguration, 21 against

25 political parties, including the BJP, will participate in the inauguration of the new parliament. It includes 7 non-NDA parties – Bahujan Samaj Party, Shiromani Akali Dal, Janata Dal (Secular), Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas), YSR Congress, Biju Janata Dal and Telugu Desam Party. At the same time, 21 parties, including the Congress, have boycotted it.

These parties accepted the invitation

BJP, Shiv Sena (Shinde Faction), National People’s Party, Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party, Sikkim Krantikari Morcha, Rashtriya Lok Janshakti Party, Apna Dal – Sonilal, Republican Party of India, Tamil Manila Congress, AIADMK, AJSU (Jharkhand), Mizo National Front , YSRCP, TDP, BJD, BSP, JDS, Shiromani Akali Dal.

These parties boycotted

21 opposition parties have announced to boycott the inauguration of Parliament. These parties include Congress, DMK (Dravid Munnetra Kazhagam), AAP, Shiv Sena (Uddhav Thackeray group), Samajwadi Party, CPI, JMM, Kerala Congress (Mani), Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Kachi, RLD, TMC, JDU, NCP, CPI (M). Included. )Is included. ) involved. ), RJD, AIMIM, AIUDF (All India United Democratic Front), Indian Union Muslim League, National Conference, Revolutionary Socialist Party and Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK).