After a two-year hiatus brought on by the pandemic, the government’s annual calendar is now available in print for 2023.
The “Naya Varsh, Naye Sankalp” theme highlights the government’s past successes and upcoming commitments, including the welfare of farmers, women’s empowerment, and the development of the North-eastern states.
According to officials, the 2023 calendar would be printed in up to 11 lakh copies and handed to all national government buildings and panchayats.
Anurag Thakur, the Union I&B Minister, unveiled the calendar on Wednesday in New Delhi. He described it as a compilation of 12 photographs showing a rapidly developing India. Twelve themes for 12 months give the public a glimpse of the government’s efforts to promote wellbeing, he claimed.
Thakur stated that the government’s past successes and upcoming commitments would be highlighted in this issue. It will be distributed to all government offices, Panchayati Raj Institutions, health clinics, Navodaya and Kendriya Vidyalayas, offices of BDOs and DMs in districts, and will be available for purchase by Public Sector Undertakings and autonomous institutions. It will be made available in 13 languages, including Hindi and English.