KATHMANDU:- Haribodhani Ekadashi fair that was halted for past two consecutive years due to COVID-19 is taking place in Budhanilkantha temple, a holy place, in Kathmandu from November 13-19. A subcommittee has been formed for the preparation and management of the fair, said the Budhanilkantha Narayan temple management committee chairperson Laxman Khadka. The fair took place every year. But the infection halted it for two consecutive years, he said. “All process for the preparation and management of the fair has been initiated through the subcommittee,” he said.
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