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A look at the newly-inaugurated Japanese-style Zen garden in Ahmedabad

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday virtually inaugurated a Japanese Zen garden and Kaizen Academy set up at the premises of the Ahmedabad Management Association (AMA) here. In his address via video conference, Modi said the opening of the Zen garden and the Kaizen Academy here "is a symbol of the spontaneity and modernity of relations between India and Japan." Here's a look at the garden that offers visitors a glimpse of peace and tranquility.
Last Updated : 28 June 2021, 06:16 IST
Last Updated : 28 June 2021, 06:16 IST

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually inaugurated the garden and Kaizen Academy at AMA, Ahmedabad on June 27, 2021. Sharing the glimpses from the Japanese-style garden, PM Modi said, the Indo-Japanese friendship and partnership during the Covid-19 crisis is more relevant for global stability and prosperity. Credit: PTI Photo
Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually inaugurated the garden and Kaizen Academy at AMA, Ahmedabad on June 27, 2021. Sharing the glimpses from the Japanese-style garden, PM Modi said, the Indo-Japanese friendship and partnership during the Covid-19 crisis is more relevant for global stability and prosperity. Credit: PTI Photo
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'Zen-Kaizen' at AMA seeks to showcase several elements of Japanese art, culture, landscape and architecture. Credit: Twitter/@NarendraModi
'Zen-Kaizen' at AMA seeks to showcase several elements of Japanese art, culture, landscape and architecture. Credit: Twitter/@NarendraModi
The garden is built in a joint endeavour of the Japan Information and Study Centre at AMA and Indo-Japan Friendship Association (IJFA), Gujarat, supported by the Hyogo International Association (HIA), Japan. Credit: Twitter/@NarendraModi
The garden is built in a joint endeavour of the Japan Information and Study Centre at AMA and Indo-Japan Friendship Association (IJFA), Gujarat, supported by the Hyogo International Association (HIA), Japan. Credit: Twitter/@NarendraModi
Indians will find the glimpse of the same peace, poise and simplicity in this Zen garden, which they have experienced in Yoga through the ages. Credit: Twitter/@NarendraModi
Indians will find the glimpse of the same peace, poise and simplicity in this Zen garden, which they have experienced in Yoga through the ages. Credit: Twitter/@NarendraModi
The Zen garden represents yin and yang, wind and water - two elements that connect the Earth and the sky. Credit: Twitter/@NarendraModi
The Zen garden represents yin and yang, wind and water - two elements that connect the Earth and the sky. Credit: Twitter/@NarendraModi
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Published 28 June 2021, 05:39 IST

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