Prime Minister will worship the birthplace by paying homage to the Nirvanasthali

Kushinagar, May 11 (H.S.). On May 16, the historic day of Buddha Purnima, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for Lumbini (Nepal) to worship the birthplace of Kushinagar, the Mahaparinirvana site of Gautam Buddha. This journey from the land of Nirvana to the land of birth is expected to dissolve sweetness in the relations between […]
 


Prime Minister will worship the birthplace by paying homage to the Nirvanasthali

Kushinagar, May 11 (H.S.). On May 16, the historic day of Buddha Purnima, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for Lumbini (Nepal) to worship the birthplace of Kushinagar, the Mahaparinirvana site of Gautam Buddha. This journey from the land of Nirvana to the land of birth is expected to dissolve sweetness in the relations between the two countries. This visit of the Prime Minister is being seen as a form of cultural diplomacy.

In order to reduce the growing influence of China in Nepal, India has made the basis of shared Buddhist cultural ties. Sri Lanka’s special diplomatic and Buddhist team was called at the inauguration of Kushinagar International Airport at the hands of the Prime Minister on October 20 last year. In the direction of strengthening relations with Sri Lanka, the basis of ancient relations was made. The country is using cultural diplomacy to reduce the sourness and strengthen ties with Nepal due to China’s gimmicks. According to Dr. Udaybhan Dubey, former Principal of Buddha PG College, this visit of the Prime Minister will start a new chapter of defeating China in Nepal affairs. Nepal is a natural friend of India. The people of both the countries have kinship as well as employment among themselves.