PM Modi inaugurates the Japanese-style Zen Garden in Ahmedabad and it is all things beautiful

The garden encompasses the concept of Yin and Yang. This is a concept of dualism that defines how opposite energies are interconnected in the real world. 

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually inaugurated the Zen garden and Kaizen Academy at Ahmedabad Management Association in Ahmedabad. The stunning Japanese-style Zen garden includes Japanese art, culture, architecture and other landscape. The gorgeous Japanese artworks, beautified paths, a cascading waterfall and Japanese-style structures look striking.

PM Modi took to his Twitter profile to share the pictures of Zen Garden and tweet, “The opening of the garden and academy is a symbol of spontaneity and modernity of relations between India and Japan.”

During the video conference, PM Modi highlighted his vision of creating a ‘Mini-Japan’ in Gujarat. The construction of the garden was a joint initiative of the Japan Information and Study Centre at AMA and Indo-Japan Friendship Association (IJFA), Gujarat. Also, The Hyogo International Association (HIA), Japan provided their support while working on the project. 

The garden encompasses the concept of Yin and Yang. This is a concept of dualism that defines how opposite energies are interconnected in the real world. 

While talking about the garden, PM Modi stated that Indians will find a glimpse of the same serenity, balance, and simplicity in this Zen garden, which they achieved through Yoga over the ages.