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Protection of culture a common responsibility: PM Deuba


KATHMANDU:- Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has viewed the unity among diverse culture and tradition helps foster national unity. PM Deuba said it during a programme organized at Basantapur Durbar Square on the occasion of the 18th National Jyapu Day on Sunday.

He stressed the need for preserving and keeping alive Nepal’s original traditions and cultures. Nepal’s diversity is an exemplary in the world in terms of geography, nature, culture and social fabrics. The coexistence and tolerance among multiple ethnicities and lingual communities must be kept intact, PM Deuba stressed.

The festival like Jyapu Day plays a significant role to maintain religious tolerance and harmony in the country, he observed and pledged assistance from government side to preserve the Jyapu culture.

PM Deuba further said Jyapu society has its own unique culture, heritages and identity. It has made its special position within Newari community, thanks to its unique art, culture and skills, he mentioned.

Likewise, Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration Rajendra Prasad Shrestha said that the Jyapur community’s unique culture has crucial contribution to promote Nepal’s identity across the globe.

Also speaking at the event, NC leader Prakash Man Singh said that more tourists could be lured in the country through the Newari culture. He added that the arts, cultures and heritages of the capital city have helped spread Nepal identity to the outer world.

Similarly, Mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City Bidya Sundar Shakya said the Newari culture has a vital role to unite the diversified society.

 

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