Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the first leg of his visit to China, visited the native city of Xi JZinping, President of China, today. He started off with a visit to the famous Terracotta warriors museum. He went round the museum for an hour in Xi’an which has a large collection of sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China. He offered tributes to those died in the Terracotta war. Museum specialty was briefed to him by the officials. He also posed for a picture in front of the China’s first king. Then he visited one of the ancient Buddha constructions the. After visiting the museum, Narendra Modi was at Daxingshan temple. Authorities gave a brief to him about the temple importance. Later, Modi also toured outside the temple. The pm was given a warm welcome by the top officers of China including Indian embassy officers, children. Local artistes performed traditional dances while welcoming the Indian prime minister.
He will attend important programme till May 16. Modi will participate in the seminars in Shanghai and Beijing. Along with Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel, Maharashtra chief minister Fadnavis, the pm will take part in the Indo-China leaders meeting. On May 16, Modi will have a meeting with the traders. Narendra Modi, who will be in China till May 16, is rather serious about discussing the pending India-China border issue among others with Chinese leaders. India will sign MoUs for Rs 1000 crore investments. He is also expected to give clarity on Indo-American relations.