Seychelles president Danny Faure strums sitar at lunch with Narendra Modi, strikes a friendly note
Seychelles president Danny Faure hit all the right notes of friendship with India as he sang a melodious song while strumming a sitar at a lunch hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
New Delhi: Seychelles president Danny Faure hit all the right notes of friendship with India as he sang a melodious song while strumming a sitar at a lunch hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Faure, who earlier in the day held talks with Modi on key issues such as maritime security and defence, took to singing 'O Mon Pei Sesel' and strumming the sitar at the lunch as the prime minister looked on.
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted:
Striking the notes of friendship! Impressive singing by the President of #Seychelles Danny Faure of 'O Mon Pei Sesel' at the lunch hosted by PM @narendramodi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi. @SeychellesMFA @hci_seychelles pic.twitter.com/T9sXSOw5dJ
— Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) June 25, 2018
In the clip, Faure is seen singing the song with a sitar in his hand after which Modi and others present applaud his effort.
Faure is on his first State visit to India.
With inputs from PTI
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