The king of Nepal to join the  International Gau Sambardhana Mahostyav in Odisha  

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Bhubaneswar: His Majesty Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, the King of Nepal will join the International Gau Sambardhana Mahostyav and Go Mata Mandira Foundation Stone Laying Ceremony on 7th February at Rathipur near Jatni as the royal guest of honor. A socio-cultural organization Shree Marg is organizing the mega event to popularize Hindu rituals as well as applied spirituality. This is announced today by Sibasis Satapathy, Secretary along with Samir Samal, Member of Shree Marg in a Press Conference here.
“We work among the youth in specific to promote applied spirituality. Shree Marg’s ‘Wow Cow Mission’ is to revive the extinct Indian desi cow in every home which will further boost the economy, agriculture and nutrition” said Sibasis Satapathy while elaborating more about the objectives of the organization and its upcoming event.
“For this purpose we are organizing a Go Biswasanti Mahajagyan from 3rd – 7th February and on the last day the Purnaahuti of Go Sambardhana will be offered by His Majesty the King of Nepal. He will also attend the Gobinda Go Mata Mandira Foundation Stone Laying on that day” he added. The Mandira is set to be completed by early 2020, while the Goshala has already started functioning in a 3.5 Acre land near Rathipur.
Speaking on this context, Samir Samal said, “this is noble and sacred opportunity for all of us as the King of Nepal will be doing the Go Pujan which will further encourage people to do the same. The Raj Sambardhana of His Majesty the Royal King of Nepal will be done by public and dignitaries on that day.”
The presence of His Majesty Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev shows his love for the sacred Go Mata. Odisha and Nepal share a very rich cultural bond because Lord Jagannath, the presiding deity of Odisha unites the cultures of India and Nepal. Outside the palace gates of Nepal, there is an exquisite Jagannath temple where the royal family worships the lord.

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