Indo Nepal Relations: India and Nepal are neighboring countries that may look different from the geographical point of view, but both have deep cultural, civilizational and political ties. Due to the recent changed political scenario in Nepal, relations between the two countries have soured, so now that the situation in Nepal has become somewhat normal, then its relations with India also seem to be normalizing. Lord Bhole Shankar has become its basis. Nepal’s Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is going to reach Baba Vishwanath’s city of Kashi on Sunday. Along with the darshan of Deuba Baba Vishwanath of Kashi, you will also visit Pashupati Nath situated on the banks of the Ganges.
It is said that a mini Nepal lives in Kashi. The shape of the Pashupati temple, known as the Nepali temple near the temple of Baba Vishwanath on the banks of the Ganges, is exactly like that of the Pashupati temple in Kathmandu. The dream of building this Pashupati temple dedicated to Lord Shiva was seen by Rana Bahadur Shah, the King of Nepal who came to Kashi after exile from Nepal from 1800 to 1804. After his death, his son Yudhveer Shah got this temple built after 40 years.
Indo Nepal Relations: Relationships were affected due to increasing proximity to China
When KP Sharma Oli became the Prime Minister amid political instability in Nepal, his closeness with China started increasing. Due to the increasing proximity to China, relations between Nepal and India were badly affected. From border disputes to rhetoric against Lord Ram, relations have been strained many times. However, after the removal of KP Sharma Oli, ever since the command of Nepal has come in the hands of Sher Bahadur Deuba, the relations between India and Nepal, who are involved in the relationship of Roti Beti, seem to be the same as before. After meeting PM Modi in Delhi, when Nepali PM comes to Kashi, PM Modi’s parliamentary constituency, he will be welcomed by UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Preparations are going on in full swing for the arrival of Nepalese Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba in Varanasi. Nepalese officials have reached Kashi and the PM’s visit is being drawn up with Indian officials. It is being told that Sher Bahadur Deuba will reach Varanasi at 9 am on Sunday. welcome him at the airport Yogi Adityanath do. From there both the leaders will reach Kashi Vishwanath temple directly. After worshiping Baba Vishwanath, Deuba will bow his head in the Pashupati Nath temple located next to it and then there will be land worship for the revival of the old age home. Deuba will stay here for about one and a half hours.
Pashupati Nath temple has been connected with the corridor
After the construction of the corridor of Baba Vishwanath temple, giving importance to Nepal, Pashupati Nath temple has been connected to the corridor. Those who come to Vishwanath Corridor and visit Baba Vishwanath can also visit Pashupatinath without leaving the corridor. It is believed that even after visiting twelve Jyotirlingas, if the devotees do not visit Pashupatinath, then its pilgrimage is considered incomplete. It is also a belief that if no one can go to Kathmandu to see Pashupati ji, then he can also get the same benefit by visiting Pashupati Nath temple located on the banks of the Ganges.
The Pashupati Nath temple, popularly known as Samareshwar Mahadev, was earlier operated by the royal family of Nepal. After going to the monarchy, the Nepal government does the work of running this temple. An old age home is also operated in this temple complex, in which the old people of Nepalese origin come to live the last phase of their life at the feet of Baba Bhole Shankar. After the construction of Vishwanath Corridor in Kashi, the old age home, which is dilapidated, will be rebuilt, whose land is being worshiped by Nepalese PM Sher Bahadur Deuba. Presently 30 women and 65 men are living in old age home in Pashupati Nath temple.
‘Nepal-India’s common people relations have always been excellent’
A large number of Nepali students study in India. One such student is Surya Neupane, who hails from Butwal, Nepal and studied at BHU. Surya believes that there is every possibility of improving the deteriorating relations between the two countries with the visit of Nepalese PM to India. He said that political relations may be good or bad, but the relations between the common people of Nepal and India have always been excellent. Surya believes that the cultural and religious relationship between the two countries should always be maintained.
PM to strengthen historical ties between India and Nepal Narendra Modi Went to Janakpur in Nepal in 2018. However, due to the proximity of KP Sharma Oli to China, there was some sourness, which is now being filled by Nepalese PM Deuba and PM Modi. It is hoped that in the coming time, both the countries will be able to once again make the same relationship, which has always been there.
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