Witness The Musical BrillianceOf Mary Millben At The Indian Diaspora Event In Washington, DC

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Washington D.C, USA, 18th june : Mary Millben, a highly acclaimed African-American Hollywood actress and singer, is poised to captivate audiences in New York and Washington during the forthcoming visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Millben, widely recognized in India for her enchanting renditions of the National Anthem “Jan Gana Mana” and the revered Hindu hymn “Om Jai Jagdish Hare,” will grace the 9th International Day of Yoga at the United Nations Headquarters on June 21st, accompanying Prime Minister Modi on the UNHQ North Lawn. In welcoming PM Modi for this inaugural event in the United States, she will join United Nations General Assembly President Csaba Korosi, India’s Ambassador to the UN Ruchira Kamobj, and New York City Mayor Eric Adams.

Moreover, Millben has received an invitation to perform during the Indian Diaspora event at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington on June 23rd. Prime Minister Modi is embarking on a visit to the United States from June 21st to 24th at the gracious invitation of US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, who will be hosting a state dinner in his honour on June 22nd. The itinerary also includes an address to the Joint Session of Congress on June 22nd, as well as an exclusive gathering of diaspora leaders from across the country at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington on June 23rd.

Expressing her enthusiasm and anticipation, Mary Millben stated, “I have great anticipation and excitement as the Prime Minister visits the United States next week. This visit celebrates the US-India relationship, the world’s two largest democracies and the most important relationship in the world today.” As an official guest of the Steering Committee for Prime Minister’s Official State Visit, Millben has been confirmed to perform for Prime Minister Modi and distinguished guests at an invitation-only Diaspora reception hosted by the United States Indian Community Foundation (USICF) at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC on Friday, June 23rd.
Millben further emphasized the honor she feels in performing for such a significant gathering of the diaspora in Washington, DC to welcome Prime Minister Modi. She acknowledged, “Our common bond in freedom and democracy positions the US-India relationship to be the strongest force on earth for democracy, the best model for unity as a family, and the symbol of freedom for future generations to come.”
It is worth noting that Mary Millben’s global performances of the Indian National Anthem, presented virtually in 2020 for the 74th Anniversary of India’s Independence Day, and the cherished Hindu hymn “Om Jai Jagdish Hare” during the 2020 Diwali observance, have garnered immense praise and reached millions of viewers throughout the United States, India, and the world.