Desk: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Ram Janaki temple in Nepal, elaborate arrangements have been made inside its premises.
The temple has been decked up with fresh flowers and posters welcoming PM Modi. The national flags of India and Nepal have been placed right in front of the temple.
Security has been tightened within the temple premises.
While speaking to news agency ANI, one of the temple priests said “We are very excited. You could see that the entire Janakpuri is dressed like a bride. (PM Modi) he is coming here for the first time along with Nepal’s Prime Minister (KP Sharma Oli).”
PM Modi is scheduled to perform aarti and offer prayers to god.
“The public is also excited to welcome the Indian Prime Minister and a global leader in the country.” the priest added.
He reflected on the previous bilateral visits of Prime Ministers of both countries.
“In the past three Indian leaders had visited, Gyan Zail Singh, Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy, and former President Pranab Mukherjee.”
Two kinds of worships will be arranged for the Prime Minister. “I would try to follow all the rituals as PM Modi is himself a very religious being.
Prime Minister Modi will arrive in Nepal on May 11 in Janakpur where he will offer special worship at the Janaki Temple.