Prime Minister Narendra Modi set the tone for the country on the historic philosophical foundations of Indian philosophy . PM Modi said in his December 1 blog post that Indias leadership was instrumental in transforming human history: a zero-sum model .
New Delhi, India, December 7: As India's G20 presidency began on December 1, Prime Minister Narendra Modi set the tone for the country on the historic philosophical foundations of Indian philosophy and called for a paradigm shift focused on human-centric globalization.The G20 agenda will be inclusive, ambitious, action-oriented, and decisive.Let us band together to make India's G20 Presidency one of peace, prosperity, and hope.PM Modi said in his December 1 blog post that India's leadership was instrumental in transforming human history: a zero-sum model, rationalized international taxation, and helped relieve debt burdens of countries, among other things.I do not agree What would explain the longevity of so many spiritual traditions that emphasize the basic oneness of us all, he said.He mentioned one such popular Indian tradition that considers all living beings, and even inanimate objects, as being made up of the same five basic elements: the panch tatva of earth, water, fire, air, and space.For our physical, social, and environmental well-being, we must exist in harmony with these elements, inside us and between us, he said.India's G20 presidency will continue to work to foster this universal sense of unity. Despite having the resources to produce enough to satisfy the basic needs of all people in the world, we collectively failed to recognise and acknowledge the need to abandon fighting for survival and look forward to a more peaceful and prosperous future, the Prime Minister continued.It cannot, in fact, be one.The mention could be understood as his urgency to eliminate poverty and inequality, as well as the urgency to avoid wasteful wars.This can be achieved by encouraging open and accommodating conversations, the Prime Minister argued that these challenges are not best solved by fighting each other but by working together. He described India as a microcosm of the world with its vast diversity of languages, religions, customs, and faiths, describing it as a repository of the oldest-known methods of collective decision-making.India is one of the leading contributors to the rootal DNA of democracy, according to him, as a reason why India's G20 presidency lifts hopes for growth and global cooperation for development.He said that India is the fastest-growing large economy and has demonstrated the ability to leverage technology to create open, inclusive, and interoperable digital public goods.He said that today's technology also provides us with the means to tackle crises on a human-scale. We should continue to shift the belief that survival is based on denying scarce resources to others, which he said was a zero-sum strategy in the past.He said that geopolitical conflicts must always be our top concern.The description was intended to highlight the problems of hunger, starvation, and hunger in many areas of developing countries and the urgency to address them together on a priority basis, however long it took.The Prime Minister agreed that the world must work together to create a new model of human-centric globalisation. He continued, Our G20 goals will be decided in consultation with not just our G20 partners, but also our global South neighbors, who often go unheard.Our priorities will be to restore our One Earth, foster peace within our One Family, and bring hope to our One Future.One of the messages sent by the Indian Prime Minister was to encourage a sustainable and environmentally friendly lifestyle, based on India's tradition of trusteeship toward nature for healing our planet.