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“Our ties with Nepal are unparalleled, looking to build on it” Indian Prime Minister Modi

१ जेष्ठ २०७९, आईतवार २०:२२

A day before visit to Lumbini (the birth place of gautam buddha), Indin Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said “the ties between India and Nepal are unparalleled and based on the civilisational and people-to-people contacts that form an enduring edifice of a close relationship.”

Read the full statement by Prime Minister office of India
I will be visiting Lumbini, Nepal on 16 May 2022 at the invitation of the Rt Hon’ble Sher Bahadur Deuba, Prime Minister of Nepal. I look forward to offering prayers at the Mayadevi Temple on the auspicious occasion of Buddha Jayanti.

I am honoured to follow in the footsteps of millions of Indians to pay reverence at the sacred site of Lord Buddha’s birth. I also look forward to meeting Prime Minister Deuba again after our productive discussions during his visit to India last month. We will continue to build on our shared understanding to expand cooperation in multiple areas, including in hydropower, development and connectivity. Apart from visiting the holy Mayadevi Temple, I will be participating in “Shilanyas” ceremony of the India International Centre for Buddhist Culture & Heritage in the Lumbini Monastic Zone. I will also be attending celebrations to mark the occasion of Buddha Jayanti organized by the Government of Nepal. Our ties with Nepal are unparalleled.

The civilisation and people-to-people contacts between India and Nepal form the enduring edifice of our close relationship.

My visit is intended to celebrate and further deepen these time honoured linkages that have been fostered through centuries and recorded in our long history of inter-mingling.

Here is the original copy of statement.

प्रतिक्रिया दिनुहोस !
सम्बन्धित खबरहरु

नइ प्रकाशनको प्रतिष्ठा, गरिमा र महिमाको उचाइ अभिवृद्धिका लागि विशिष्ट योगदान पुर्याएबापत देशदेशान्तरका महानुभावलाई ‘नइ रजत महोत्सव पदक’ अर्पण गर्ने

असार १९, वीरगंज । विश्व हिन्दू परिषद् नेपाल, पर्सा निकट युवाहरुद्वारा पर्सा जिल्लाको वीरगञ्ज महानगरपालिकामा विरोध प्रदर्शन गरिएको छ ।

भारत सरकारको अनुदान सहयोग अन्तर्गत नेपालका विविध हितग्राही संस्थाहरुलाई ७५ वटा एम्बुलेन्स र १७ वटा विद्यालय बस उपहार प्रदान गरिएको

Mr. Naveen Srivastava, Ambassador of India to Nepal, presented his credentials to the Rt. Hon’ble President of Nepal Bidya Devi