Modi’s Graceful Acknowledgment: A Heartfelt Salute to India’s Grammy Champions
In a display of exceptional sportsmanship, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended warm congratulations to the Grammy-winning maestros from India, despite his song ‘Abundance in Millets’ falling short at the prestigious awards ceremony. Modi took to the digital stage of X (formerly Twitter) to express his heartfelt message, applauding the five distinguished winners – Rakesh Chaurasia, Ustad Zakir Hussain, Shankar Mahadevan, Selvaganesh Vinayakram, and Ganesh Rajagopalan – for their outstanding achievements that brought glory to the nation.
A Night of Triumph at the 66th Grammys
The 66th Grammy Awards, hosted at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, witnessed India’s resounding success as five musicians clinched a total of eight awards. Modi’s gracious acknowledgment underscored the significance of this remarkable achievement on the global stage.
Modi’s Message: A Celebration of Exceptional Talent
Prime Minister Modi’s message resonated with genuine admiration as he wrote, “Congratulations @ZakirHtabla, @Rakeshflute, @Shankar_Live, @kanjeeraselva, and @violinganesh on your phenomenal success at the #GRAMMYs! Your exceptional talent and dedication to music have won hearts worldwide. India is proud!”
Inspiring the Next Generation
Modi’s message didn’t stop at felicitations; it served as an inspiring call to action for aspiring musicians. He remarked, “These achievements are a testament to the hard work you keep putting in. It will also inspire the new generation of artists to dream big and excel in music.”
A Symbol of Unity and National Pride
In this moment of celebration, Modi’s acknowledgment transcends politics, embodying the spirit of unity and national pride. The Prime Minister’s words acknowledge the collective triumph of Indian talent on the global stage, resonating as a source of motivation for future generations of artists to dare to dream and excel in the world of music.