PM Modi will inaugurate National Youth Festival, 30 thousand youth will gather in Hubli on Vivekananda Jayanti
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the 26th National Youth Festival today on the occasion of National Youth Day. This year, the National Youth Festival is being organized by the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports in collaboration with the Government of Karnataka in Hubli, Karnataka from 12th to 16th January.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the 26th National Youth Festival in Hubli, Karnataka at around 4 pm today. This program is being organized to honour and cherish the ideals, teachings and contributions of Swami Vivekananda on National Youth Day, which is celebrated on his birth anniversary. National Youth Festival is organized every year to motivate our talented youth towards nation-building as well as to give them recognition at the national level. This year, the National Youth Festival is being organized by the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports in collaboration with the Government of Karnataka in Hubli, Karnataka from 12th to 16th January. More than 30,000 youth from across the country will participate in the programme.
It brings together diverse cultures from all parts of the country on a common platform. Connects the participants with the spirit of Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat. This year, this festival is being organized in Hubli-Dharwad, Karnataka from today, the theme of which is Developed Youth - Developed India.
The festival will witness the Youth Summit, which will witness a full-fledged discussion on five themes arising out of the G20 and Y20 events. These will include issues such as the future of work, industry, innovation and 21st-century skills, climate change and disaster risk reduction, peacebuilding and reconciliation, a shared future – youth in democracy and governance, and health and well-being.
The summit will witness the participation of over sixty eminent experts. Several competitive and non-competitive events will also be organized. The competitive events will include folk dance and songs and will be organized to promote local traditional cultures.
The non-competitive events will include Yogathon which aims to mobilize around one million people to practice yoga. Eight indigenous sports and martial arts will also be presented during the event by national-level artists. Other attractions include Food Festival, Young Artist Camp, Adventure Sports Activities, Special Know Your Army, and Navy and Air Force Camp.