Saturday, 27 August 2016

President Bidya Devi Bhandari invitation for Teej Dar

Posted by Anup Baral August 27th, 2016 : Teej is a festival celebrated by Nepali women, for the long life of her husband and long and firm relationship between them until the death this life and all the lives to come. Teej is observed for marital happiness, well-being of spouse and children and purification of own body and soul. Teej is the most famous festival among Nepali women.
Nepal’s newly elected President Bidya Devi Bhandari was born in Guranse village of Bhojpur district on June 19, 1961. She had begun her political career from a leftist student union in late 1970s. She got membership of the then CPN-ML in 1980-81, around two years before she tied the conjugal knot with the famed Communist leader Madan Kumar Bhandari. Madan Kumar, who was later elected General Secretary of the then CPN-ML and also of the unified CPN-UML, propounded Janatako Bahudaliya Janawad (People’s Multiparty Democracy), the guiding principle of today’s UML. The leader is also attributed for popularising Nepal’s Communist movement to a new height.

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