Next Door Nepal: Virtues of soft power
Beijing finds a binding thread in Buddhism as India pursues hard diplomacy.
Written by Yubaraj Ghimire | Published: December 11, 2017 12:50 am
Post elections, the Nepali Congress too will forced to review its political stance.
Gaya in Bihar is a “must” destination for Hindu pilgrims from Nepal visiting India. They believe that certain rituals and prayers offered there will liberate the soul of their ancestors. A poster of a Hindu religious preacher stuck on the walls of Pashupatinath temple, a major shrine that devout Hindus visit from world-over, especially India, claims that the fruit of a prayer in Gokarneshwar Mahadev, on the outskirts of Kathmandu, will yield an outcome 100 times more than a prayer in Gaya.
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