As the brothers and sisters are celebrating Bhaitika by putting tika in each other forehead, those who don’t have their sibling are thronging Rani Pokhari temple today at capital to receive tika.
Large numbers of the people who have no brothers and sisters as well as people in general are visiting the temple of Yamleswar Mahadev in the centre of local Rani Pokhari in the capital and offer worship, and receive Tika.
The temple of Yamleswar Mahadev in the center of the Rani Pokhari remains opened for the public on the day of the Bhaitika only.
Rani Pokhari was constructed by King Pratap Malla during his reign to console his wife, mourned by the death of their sons.
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