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New Delhi, July 19 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday thanked the US government for returning 105 trafficked antiquities.wigs for women nike air max plus nike air max new nike air max 90 sale adult couples sex toys nike air max 90 white best wigs on amazon best wigs for white women cheap wigs that look real cheap wigs nike air max for sale nfl jersey best nfl jerseys dallas cowboys nike air max for sale
Responding to the tweet by the Indian Embassy in Washington D.C., Modi said: “This will make every Indian happy. Grateful to USA for this. These precious artefacts hold immense cultural and religious significance. Their homecoming is a testament to our commitment to preserving our heritage and rich history.”
The antiquities were handed over by US authorities to the Embassy officials at a ceremony held at the Consulate in New York on Monday.best nfl jerseys yeezy adidas shoes jordan for sale mens sex toys nike air max mens best sex toys human hair wigs design jerseys wig outlet nike air jordan 1 low nfl gear adidas yeezy foam adidas yeezy for men cheap lace front wigs cheap adidas shoes
The process was undertaken as a follow-up to Modi’s state visit to the US in June.
“105 trafficked antiquities, representing diverse regions and traditions of India, returning home! The antiquities, handed over by the US side as a follow-up to the historic State Visit of Prime Minister @narendramodi, date as far back as the 2nd century AD, and include notable cultural and religious heritage,” the Embassy had said in a tweet on Tuesday.
Some of these antiquities include a 12-13th century marble arch from Rajasthan, a 14-15th century Apsara from Central India, a 14-15th century Sambandar from South India and a 17-18th century bronze Nataraja, also from South India.