111 pilgrims leave for Ayodhya

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BY OUR CORRESPONDENT

Janakpurdham, Aug 15 : Central Member of Nepali Congress and former Vice President Bimalendra Nidhi has bid farewell to more than 100 devotees travelling to India on a religious pilgrimage. Amid a programme organised on the premises of Janaki Temple of Janakpurdham on Sunday, Nidhi bid farewell to 111 devotees travelling to Ayodha of India. 

Stating that the relationship between Janakpurdham and Ayodhya had existed since ancient times, leader Nidhi said that the religious journey would further strengthen the Indo-Nepal relationship. 

The devotees would visit Ayodha, Varanasi, Kashi, Bishwonath and other religious places of India for five days, said Shiva Kumar Sah, chairman of Janakpurdham Sub -Metropolitan City-Ward 2. 

He informed that two buses and two four-wheeled private vehicles would carry the pilgrims, including single women, senior citizens and 22 volunteer men.  Sah said that he has been arranging the religious visit from his allowance since he was elected. 


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