Kathmandu, Sept. 3: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has extended best wishes to all the Muslim Nepali sisters and brothers within the country and outside on the occasion of Bakar-Eid (Eid-ul Joha), the holy festival of the Muslims.
The President wished the Muslim community happiness, peace, prosperity and good health on the occasion.
"Festivals as this have contributed to maintaining national unity, religious tolerance and mutual goodwill in our country characterized by cultural diversities and a variety of religious and cultural ethos," the President stated in her message.
Noting that language, religion, art, culture, traditions and customs are the living indicators of the civilization, cultural richness and identity of any country, the Head-of-State has wished that may the Bakar-Eid festival provide the inspiration to us all so that we can keep intact the religious tolerance and goodwill until eternity without giving up our good deeds and righteousness from our respective places.
The President has also urged all the Nepalis to preserve the civilization, cultural richness and diversity of the motherland. RSS
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