The 69th National Conference of ABVP is slated to commence on December 7th at the D.D.A. Ground in Burari, Delhi. The tent city hosting the event is named after the ancient Padava period capital, Indraprastha Nagar.
Former ABVP National President Professor Rajkumar Bhatia, along with sculptor Naresh Kumawat, will inaugurate the Duttaji Didolkar Exhibition at the National Conference venue. The exhibition promises to be a focal point of the event, showcasing contributions and milestones associated with ABVP’s history.
During the National Conference on Thursday, 8,500 students will assemble to sing ‘Vande Mataram’ collectively. Leading this group will be 150 visually impaired students standing in the shape of the tricolour. Students coming from various regions all across Bharat will represent their states during ‘Vande Mataram’.
The conference venue is adorned with beautiful symbols of Bharatiya culture, with the tent city divided into 12 zones (Nagar) named after luminaries such as Sant Gyaneshwar, Ahilya Bai Holkar, Lachit Barphukan, Bhagwan Birsa Munda, Madan Mohan Malviya, Guru Tegh Bahadur, Subramanya Bharati, Maharana Pratap, Guru Nanak Dev, Bhagwan Vishwakarma, Rani Durgavati, Rani Lakshmibai, and Rani Ma Gaidinliu. Additionally, various regions of Bharat are being represented through various mediums in the tent city set up for the ABVP National Conference.
In preparation for the National Conference, a press conference was held on Wednesday at the Media Centre in D.D.A. Ground, Burari, Delhi.
The press conference was addressed by ABVP National Secretary Hushyar Singh Meena, ABVP National Media Convener Ashutosh Singh, ABVP Delhi State Secretary Harsh Attri, and DUSU Secretary Aparajita. ABVP National Secretary Hushyar Singh Meena stated, “The conference will showcase glimpses of Bharat’s glorious history and unparalleled heritage. The 69th National Conference, marking the Amrit Mahotsav year of ABVP, promises to address various issues related to education, culture, and the environment, among others.”