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A group of 40 Kavadis, residents of Dhakadhai, Rupandehi, Nepal, entered India.
The young Muslims of Sonauli, as well as SDM and SO, welcomed the Kanwariyas.
Nepalese kavadis were also happy after receiving such love in the land of Ganga Jamuni tehzeeb.

Maharajganj. On the “No Man’s Land” of the Indo-Nepalese border, today, that is to say Tuesday, young Indian Muslims from Nepal welcomed by washing their feet. Young Muslims knew about the craftsmanship of Nepalese Kavadis and also offered them financial assistance. SDM Nautanwa and SHO Sonauli were also present on this occasion. A team of 40 kanwariyas will make the journey from Dhakadhai in the Rupandehi district of the nation of Nepal to Baba Dham and Vaishno Devi via India.

On Tuesday, young Muslims from Sonauli Nagar Panchayat, lawyer Saif Tausif, etc. learned that a group of 40 Kavadis, residents of Dhakdhai, Rupandehi, Nepal, were entering India. These young people, together with SDM and SO Sonauli, welcomed the Kanwariyas. After that wash their feet also. Nepali kavadis were also happy after receiving such love in this country from Ganga Jamuni tehzeeb. These Kavadias will first offer water to Lord Shankar at Deoghar in Bihar, Jharkhand via Sonauli. After that you will also have darshan of Mata Vaishno.

SDM and the police were also present
A team of 40 kanwariyas will make the journey from Dhakadhai in the Rupandehi district of the nation of Nepal to Baba Dham and Vaishno Devi via India. When the young Muslims of Sonauli Nagar Panchayat learned of this, the young people along with SDM and SO Sonauli welcomed the Kanwariyas. Nepali kanwariyas also left happy after receiving such love in this country from Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb.

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