Buddha Jayanti commemorates the day on which Lord Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, and died. The day falls on the full moon day in the Nepali month of Baishakh. Buddhists throughout the world celebrate the day paying obeisance to the Buddha.
The United Nations has also been observing the day of Buddha Jayanti as a public holiday at its various bodies since 2002.
Meanwhile, President, Vice President and Chairperson of the Interim Election Government among others expressed best wishes on the occasion of Buddha Jayanti.
Stating that the messages of peace, non-violence, and love from Lord Gautam Buddha are more relevant and useful in today’s world, President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav has wished that may this day inspire us all to establish peace and good health by enhancing mutual good will and brotherhood.
Likewise, Vice-president Parmananda Jha has said that the relevance and importance of the message of peace and non-violence by Gautam Buddha as been gradually increasing in today’s world mired by violence and anarchism.
Likewise, Chairman of the Council of Ministers Khil Raj Regmi has said the Buddhist philosophy does not only represent any particular religion but advocates for the overall humanity and service of the mankind.
Similarly people of Kirant community have been observing the Ubhauli festival today. President, Vice President and Chairperson of the Interim Election Government expressed best wishes on the occasion of Ubhauli festival.
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