The fact that India was renamed Bharat in the Parliament session

Rename India as Bharat - According to our sources, the government would present a resolution to rename India as Bharat at the Special Session of Parliament

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The Indian press has reported that the government is now giving "Bharat" serious consideration as a potential new name for the nation, and that a final decision on the matter might be made within the next few days.

Rename India as Bharat

The local daily "India Today" reports that the Government of India may submit a decision to rename India as "Bharat" at the upcoming session of Parliament that is planned to take place from September 18 to September 22. The session is scheduled to take place from September 18 to September 22.

She mentioned that the Constitution of India now states that the name of the nation is "India," but she mentioned that there are rising requests to change it to just "Bharat."

The fact that the country of India was rechristened Bharat is an interesting historical footnote.

Recently, there has been an increase in the number of demands to rename India as Bharat by altering the constitution. It is anticipated that Parliament will make an official decision to change the name of the nation in the near future.

The rationale for the decision to use the name "Bharat" rather than "India".

To emphasize that this is the name by which the country has been known for centuries, many prominent political figures had called for people to use the term "Bharat" rather than India. In August of 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed a similar opinion, appealing to citizens to embrace the country's indigenous identity.

The word "Bharat" is emblazoned on India's Air Force One.

It is interesting to note that the private jet that was used to carry the President, Vice President, and Prime Minister had the name "Bharat" printed on it, and that at a formal dinner for G20 delegates, an invitation was sent with "President of Bharat" written on it rather than "President of India."

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