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Modi in Nepal: PM speaks at Buddh Jayanti event in Lumbini, holds talks with Deuba

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On the festival of Buddha Purnima, Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered prayers at the famous Maya Devi temple in Nepal, saying he felt grateful and wishing Lord Buddha to bless all and make the world peaceful and prosperous.

During his visit to the historic temple, where Gautam Buddha was born, he was accompanied by his Nepalese counterpart Sher Bahadur Deuba.

Following are some key points from his visit-

Like the Himalayas, India-Nepal relations are unbreakable: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India and Nepal’s ties are as strong as the Himalayas, and that both countries will try to solve world challenges using Buddha’s teachings.

On Buddha Pournami, Modi prays at Devi Temple and lays the foundation stone for the Heritage Center.

On the festival of Buddha Purnima, Modi, who is in the Himalayan nation at Deuba’s invitation, is conducting a day-long visit to Lumbini.

Another example of India-Nepal cooperation is the construction of the Lumbini Museum.

From Sarnath, Bodh Gaya, and Kushinagar to Lumbini, India and Nepal share a common heritage and values, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

From Sarnath, Bodh Gaya, and Kushinagar to Lumbini, India and Nepal share a common heritage and values, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“From Sarnath, Bodh Gaya, and Kushinagar in India to Lumbini in Nepal, this holy spot is a symbol of our common past and shared ideals,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked. We must work together to further enhance and enrich this heritage.”

Vadnagar, where I was born, was formerly a Buddhist learning centre: PM Modi
Vadnagar, Gujarat, where I was born, was a renowned centre for Buddhist learning centuries ago. Even now, historical treasures are being discovered, and conservation efforts are ongoing, stated Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a Buddh Jayanti celebration in Lumbini, Nepal.

PM Modi is pleased to see a Mahabodhi sapling gifted in 2014 grow into a tree.
The energy of the birthplace of Lord Buddha produces a distinct impression. I was pleased to find that the Mahabodhi sapling I had given to this location in 2014 has grown into a tree: PM Modi

PM Modi believes that India-growing Nepal’s friendship will benefit humanity.
In the current global environment, India and Nepal’s growing friendship and intimacy will benefit all of humanity: Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India

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