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Tihar augments amity, fraternity, social goodwill: CM Pandey


11 November 2023  

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POKHARA: Gandaki Province’s Chief Minister Surendra Raj Pandey said Tihar festival is a reflection of inspiration.

In a message of best wishes given on the occasion of Tihar, the festival of lights and colour that began today, CM Pandey asserted that the unique culture and tradition of observing Tihar would unravel the interdependent relationship among nature, human life and wildlife.

The second biggest festival of Hindu people after Dashain falls on Kartik Krishna Trayodashi every year.

Also known as Yam Panchak, the first day is observed as Kaag Tihar by feeding crows, regarded as messengers in Nepali society.

Stating that the five-day festival would also help in further fostering the mutual affection between the sisters and brothers, Pandey said, “It is also a festival bearing mythological, cultural, family and scientific values.”

The CM observed that the festival celebrated for five days starting from Kaag Tihar and ending with Bhai Tika is a symbol of happiness.

The festival where animals as well as Goddess Laxmi are worshiped further strengthens mutual relations.

He expressed his confidence that the tradition of playing Deusi and Bhailo which is an integral part of the Tihar, also augments amity, fraternity, social goodwill as well as tolerance.

Publish Date : 11 November 2023 15:59 PM

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