PM Modi, who is in the Himalayan country at the greeting of Deuba, is paying a day-long visit to Lumbini on the event of Buddha Purnima.
Lumbini: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday offered petitions at the holy Maya Devi sanctuary here in Nepal on the event of Buddha Purnima.
He was joined by his Nepalese partner Sher Bahadur Deuba during his visit to the notable sanctuary, the origination of Gautam Buddha.
Starting the Nepal visit with petitions at the hallowed Maya Devi Temple, Lumbini, the Office of the Prime Minister of India tweeted.
On the promising event of Buddha Purnima, both Prime Ministers offered pooja and supplications at the consecrated Mayadevi sanctuary in Lumbini, the origination of Gautam Buddha, Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Twitter.
Modi, who is in the Himalayan country at the greeting of Deuba, is paying a day-long visit to Lumbini on the event of Buddha Purnima.
The meeting Prime Minister will likewise take part in the establishment laying service for the development of a middle for Buddhist Culture and legacy inside the Lumbini Monastic Zone.
Head of the state Modi and his Nepalese partner Deuba will likewise hold a reciprocal gathering in Lumbini.
“During the gathering, they will trade sees on Nepal-India collaboration and matters of common interests,” as indicated by a proclamation gave by Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In a proclamation on Sunday, Modi said he was anticipating meeting Nepalese Prime Minister Deuba again after their “useful” conversations during his visit to India last month.
The two sides will keep on expanding on the mutual perspective to grow participation in numerous areas, remembering for hydropower, improvement and network, he said.
“My visit is planned to celebrate and additionally develop these revered linkages that have been encouraged through hundreds of years and kept in our long history of intermixing,” Modi said in his flight proclamation on Sunday.
On Friday, Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra said Prime Minister Modi’s discussions with his Nepalese partner Deuba at Lumbini in Nepal on May 16 will have an extensive plan to additionally grow participation in various regions including hydropower and network.
As per Indian Embassy sources, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, Foreign Secretary Kwatra, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and other senior authorities will be in the Prime Minister’s escort.
Deuba was in Delhi last month in his most memorable respective visit abroad subsequent to becoming state leader for the fifth time in July 2021.
During the visit, which was pointed toward infusing new energy into respective ties, Deuba held converses with Modi on various major questions, including the limit issue.
Nepal is significant for India with regards to its by and large essential interests in the district, and the heads of the two nations have frequently noticed the well established “Roti-Beti” relationship.
The landlocked Himalayan country shares a boundary of more than 1,850 kms with five Indian states – Sikkim, West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Nepal depends intensely on India for the transportation of labor and products.