After Lord Rama, Nepal clashed with Buddha, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar mentioned Indian

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Nepal conflict with India: After Lord Rama, Nepal has now clashed with India for Lord Buddha. There has been a verbal battle in Nepal and India over Gautam Buddha. Actually, Indian Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar had described Lord Buddha as Indian. Nepal erupted over this and the controversy began.

S. Jaishankar, throughout his tackle on the summit of CII, had described Mahatma Gandhi and Lord Buddha as Indian. He mentioned that these two are such Indian greats, whom the world all the time remembers. After this there was an uproar. Soon after the assertion of the Indian Foreign Minister, the Foreign Ministry of Nepal issued an announcement.

In its assertion, Nepal mentioned that Lord Buddha was born in Lumbini, Nepal. <! –

Nepal's Foreign Ministry mentioned that Lumbini is the birthplace of Buddhism. In 2014, throughout his first prime ministership, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself admitted that Lord Buddha was born in Nepal. In such a scenario, the assertion of the Indian Foreign Minister is tampering with historic info.

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However, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs mentioned that Dr. S. Jaishankar's discuss displays the shared heritage of Nepal and India. The Indian Foreign Ministry additionally believed that Lord Buddha was born in Lumbini, Nepal.

Let us know that earlier Nepal's Prime Minister KP Oli had instructed Lord Shri Ram as his personal. KP Oli had mentioned that there’s a village referred to as Ayodhya at a little bit place west of Birganj, that is the actual Ayodhya. Oli had mentioned that the Lord Rama, who was married to Sita of Janakpur in Nepal, belonged to this Ayodhya village in Nepal.

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