Britain’s Prince Charles, inheritor to the British throne, paid a visit to India from November 13 to November 14, 2019. This was his second trip in two years and 10th official tour, overall. His Royal Highness paid a visit to India as a fragment of their ‘Royal Highnesses Autumn Tour’ to mark the India-UK association.
Britain’s Prince Charles Agenda to Visit India
The Prince of Wales was wrapped with the commitments to have a spotlight on issues like viable markets, change in temperature and social finance, his Office told. After exiting from the European Union, Britain has been ambitious to clinch a trade deal with India. He participated in various engagements in the national capital inclusive of the bilateral meeting with President Ram Nath Kovind, according to the statement.
Earlier in 2017, he was on concerted 10-days tour with his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall to Asian countries including Brunei, India, Singapore and Malaysia. Recently, a declaration has been promulgated that Prince Charle’s elder son Prince William and daughter-in-law Kate Middleton had embarked on a visit to the neighbouring country Pakistan for four days in October.
Charles, the Prince of Wales will noticeably be the first longest- serving inheritor of Britain’s throne in British history. Prince Charles lionised his 71st natal day in India on November 14. The Prince of Wales paid a visit to Gurudwara to mark the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Devji and honour the Sikh community in the UK. He then showed up military service to solemnise the sacrifices of soldiers from India, the UK and across the Common Wealth in World War One and World War Two.
HRH (His Royal Highness) also bestowed a Common Wealth ‘Points of Light’ commendation to an Indian champion for her laudable contribution to the field of social development that comprises uplift of disabled children, family counselling and therapy sessions. Britain’s Prince Charles also focused on working collectively with each other as a combined force for good outcomes. He discussed with the Indian Meteorological Department on how to deal with the trappings of climate change and to strengthen disaster resilience. He also met with prominent business leaders to seek advice and information on viable markets.
British High Commissioner told Sir Dominic Asquith that he was very contented to embrace His Royal Highness. Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales testified himself that how Indians use the modernisation techniques to battle with natural disasters and how its clean science is cooperating in dealing with the effects of climate change. He honoured our cultural relationships and experienced the warm reception by Indians. He also enjoyed the welcome by diverse religious communities in India. This visit of Charles to India appreciated the past, commemorated the present and proposed to have a joint future driven by a creative and responsible focus on shared challenges, he added.
The Prince of Wales celebrated his birthday with business tycoons like Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani and Katy Perry in Mumbai. It was a high-profile soiree. The Duke of Cornwell had a gala time with who’s who of India’s business world. On the second day of his visit, the Prince had a small discussion with Tata Sons Chairman Emeritus, Ratan Tata at the British Asian Advisory Council meeting regarding the sustainability, climate change and the ways to protect the environment. Posterior to this showdown, Charles also met with the Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani and Serum Institute of India’s Executive Director Adar Poonawalla.
And, to consummate, the pop vocalist Katy Perry, who was present in the city for the performance at a music feast, spent good quality time with Prince Charles. Katy Perry, the 35-year old lady, who reappeared in India after about seven years, composed a sweet birthday note for the Prince of Wales on social media. Perry decked in a floral light blue dress told the reporters that she had met ‘many brilliant Indian minds’ at British Asian Trust Advisory Council. She knew about the work of the trust and involved many followers to learn about the philanthropy.
According to Clarence House, Prince Charles attended the meeting at British Asian Trust established by HRH in 2007. They intend to deal with the extensive poverty and inequality in South Asia.
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