PM Modi visit nepal

According to the news agency, two further MoUs between india and Nepal will be signed by Kathmandu University and the Indian Institute of Technology in Chennai.

According to ANI, India and Nepal will sign five memorandums of understanding during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Lumbini on Monday. “Five Memorandums of Understanding will be signed in the presence of the Prime Ministers of two nations, deepening the century-old cultural, educational, and cultural relations,” a source in Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs told the news agency.

On Monday, the Indian Educational and Cultural Foundation will sign three MoUs with Kathmandu University and one each with Lumbini Buddhist University and Tribhuvan University.

According to the news agency, two further MoUs will be signed by Kathmandu University and the Indian Institute of Technology in Chennai.

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Lumbini at the request of his Nepalese colleague Sher Bahadur Deuba.

“On the auspicious day of Buddha Jayanti, I look forward to giving prayers at the Mayadevi Temple.” Prior to his departure, Prime Minister Modi remarked, “I am pleased to follow in the footsteps of millions of Indians in paying reverence at the sacred site of Lord Buddha’s birth.”

“I also hope to see Prime Minister Deuba again after our fruitful conversations during his recent visit to India. He went on to say, “We will continue to build on our shared understanding to deepen collaboration in a variety of areas, including hydropower, development, and connectivity.”

Apart from touring the hallowed Mayadevi Temple, Prime Minister Modi announced he would attend the India International Centre for Buddhist Culture and Heritage’s “Shilanyas” ceremony at the Lumbini Monastic Zone.

“I will also be attending ceremonies organised by the Nepalese government to commemorate Buddha Jayanti,” he added.

Prime Minister Modi asserted that India’s ties with Nepal are “unparalleled,” saying, “The civilisational and people-to-people contacts between India and Nepal form the enduring edifice of our close relationship.”

“My visit is designed to commemorate and develop these centuries-old ties that have been nurtured and documented throughout our long history of intertwining,” he added.”

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