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A Catalyst for Positive Change, Identifying and Celebrating India’s Creative Power: PM


A Catalyst for Positive Change, Identifying and Celebrating India’s Creative Power: PM


Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented the first-ever National Creators Award at Bharat Mandapam, New Delhi, today. The awards aim to acknowledge outstanding achievements across diverse domains such as storytelling, social change advocacy, environmental sustainability, education, and gaming.

During the event, the Prime Minister interacted with the winners and highlighted the significance of creativity in driving positive change. He emphasized the responsibility of the nation to evolve with the times and welcomed the National Creator Awards as an initiative to identify and celebrate the talents shaping the future.

Addressing the gathering, PM Modi praised the creative minds gathered at Bharat Mandapam, drawing parallels with the venue where world leaders once shaped the future at the G20 Summit. He expressed confidence that the awards would inspire content creators, becoming a source of motivation for future generations.

Congratulating the winners, PM Modi recognized the active participation of over 2 lakh creative minds in the event, contributing to the nation’s identity. He mentioned the awards’ occurrence on Maha Shivratri, acknowledging Lord Shiva as the creator of language, art, and creativity.

On International Women’s Day, PM Modi commended the women who received awards, expressing pride in their contribution to India’s creative landscape. He extended his best wishes to all women and announced a reduction in gas cylinder prices, garnering applause from the audience.

PM Modi discussed the transformative impact of initiatives like Digital India on content creators, urging them to use their creativity for societal good. He encouraged content creators to highlight issues such as mental health, stress among children, and environmental conservation.

Asking content creators to become ambassadors of India’s culture, PM Modi launched the ‘Create on India Movement.’ He envisioned content creators sharing India’s stories, traditions, and heritage with the global audience, emphasizing the potential to enhance India’s branding.

The Prime Minister concluded by congratulating everyone on the occasion, acknowledging the efforts of the jury, and expressing confidence in India’s creative potential for development. The National Creator Awards saw overwhelming public engagement, with more than 1.5 lakh nominations and 10 lakh votes cast in various categories.

Union Minister for Electronics and Information Technology, Ashwini Vaishnaw, was also present at the event.

The National Creator Awards received over 1.5 lakh nominations and 10 lakh votes in various categories. The 23 winners, including three international creators, were selected based on public engagement, reflecting the people’s choice across diverse categories.



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