Narendra Modi swearing-in ceremony: Where and how to watch Live StreamingNarendra Modi swearing-in ceremony Live Streaming: Grand affair! That's what Prime Minister Narendra Modi's May 30 swearing-in ceremony will be like. With foreign dignitaries on the guest list, Modi's oath-taking will be nothing short of a global event. To watch Modi's swearing-in for a second term, India TV will have the broadcast for the oath-taking ceremony Live for you, with easy Live streaming option while you are on the go.
Where to watch PM Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony LIVE:
You can tune into India TV on Thursday to watch Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony Live. If you are not near a Television set, then you can easily access India TV's Live TV or India TV's Youtube for Live Streaming when Narendra Modi takes oath as the 16th Prime Minister of India.
How to watch PM Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony LIVE:
Click here for Live Streaming of PM Modi's swearing-in ceremony on India TV's Live TV
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What time will the Live Coverage of PM Modi's swearing-in ceremony/shapath grahan begin:
India TV will begin broadcasting the event 6:30 pm onwards. PM Modi's swearing-in ceremony or the shapath grahan can be seen Live on its Digital Platforms. You can watch Live Streaming on India TV's Twitter and Facebook too.
Narendra Modi swearing-in ceremony: Here's the venue
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony will be hosted at the forecourt of the Rashtrapati Bhavan — the stately path between the main gates and the main building, which is used for the ceremonial reception of visiting heads of state and heads of government as also for the Change of Guard ceremony. This would be the fourth time a Prime Minister would take oath at the forecourt instead of the Durbar Hall.
Narendra Modi swearing-in ceremony: Here's a glimpse at the guest list
With Indian VIPs and dignitaries from various industries, the number of the guest list is set to cross the 6,000 mark. BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) leaders and heads of state from Mauritius and Kyrgyzstan will be among the foreign dignitaries present at the mega event.
How will the menu look like:
The high tea will be purely vegetarian ranging from samosas to delectable Bengali sweet rajbhog and lemon tarts, The Economic Times reported. For dinner, the banquet menu will have both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options to cater to the varied tastes of the guests. One of the main highlights of the dinner will be the signature ‘Dal Raisina’, which is a slow-cooked lentil dish that originated in the kitchens of the Rashtrapati Bhavan itself. This super speciality of Rashtrapati Bhavan takes 48 hours to cook and the process started on Tuesday night.