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Top 7 Agricultural Gift Hampers Given To G20 Leaders In India

by aditya abhishek

The government of India gifted unique agricultural gifts to world leaders at the G20 hosted in India. These gifts reflected Bharat's biodiversity, culture and agricultural significance.

Sheeshamwood Sandook

Handcrafted Sandook with brass patti made up of Indian Rosewood is a masterpiece of Indian craftsmanship that was gifted in G20. It reflects strength, design & durability. 

Kashmiri Saffron

Kashmiri saffron is the most exotic & costliest saffron in the world because of its unique flavor. It was gifted at G20 to reflect India's uniqueness. 

Darjeeling & Nilgiri Tea

Pekoe Darjeeling & Nilgiri Tea are gems of India. Tea produced in Darjeeling are the highest elevation produced teas in the world because of which they get unique aromas. 

Araku Coffee

It world’s first terroi-mapped coffee in the world. Araku coffee is cultivated on organic farms in the Araku valley of Andhra Pradesh. 

Mangrove Honey

Sundarbans multiflora mangrove honey is composed of the nectars of mangrove flowers like Khalisa, Bani and Garan due to which it tastes sweet and earthy. 

Zighrana Ittar

Zighrana Ittar or perfume is a masterpiece of Kannauj city which is famous for perfume making in India. It is made from a blend of jasmine & rose flowers. 

Kashmiri Pashmina Shawl

Kashmiri Pashmina Shawl is made up of wool obtained from Changthangi goat. In ancient courts, it was used to represent rank & nobility. 

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