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India and Nepal's growing friendship will benefit all of humanity- PM Modi

by Shailee Mishra

Date & Time: May 17, 2022 4:00 PM

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that India and Nepal's growing friendship and closeness will benefit all of humanity in the new global situation. He also compared the two neighbors' ties to the Himalayas, which he described as unbreakable. He said it while speaking at the International Buddhist Conference.

At the invitation of his Nepalese counterpart Sher Bahadur Deuba, the PM paid a one-day visit to Lumbini on Buddha Purnima. He offered prayers at the Maya Devi temple and laid the foundation stone for the International Centre for Buddhist Culture and Heritage in Lumbini during his visit. He also met with Deuba on a one-on-one basis.

PM Narendra Modi dedicates to the Buddhist Culture and Heritage Centre in Lumbini, Nepal

On Monday in Lumbini, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Nepalese counterpart Sher Bahadur Deuba laid the foundation stone for the India International Centre for Buddhist Culture and Heritage.

The construction of the Lumbini Museum in Nepal is an example of bilateral cooperation,' says Prime Minister Modi

PM Narendra Modi in Lumbini: The construction of the Lumbini Museum in Nepal is another example of the two countries' cooperation. We also decided today to create the Dr. Ambedkar Chair for Buddhist 
Studies at Lumbini's Buddhist University.

PM Modi says that his birthplace, Vadnagar, was a great center of Buddhist learning centuries ago.

PM Narendra Modi in Lumbini: Vadnagar, Gujarat, where I was born, was a great Buddhist learning center centuries ago. Even now, ancient relics are being discovered, and conservation efforts are underway.

PM Modi believes that India and Nepal's growing friendship will benefit the entire world

PM Narendra Modi in Lumbini: In the current global environment, India and Nepal's growing friendship and closeness will benefit all of humanity.

Also Read: PM Modi visits Lumbini, a Unesco world heritage site and the birthplace of Buddha

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