Nepal’s youth delegation visits India


A 50 member youth delegation led by Minister of Youth and Sports, Nepal, Shri Purushottam Paudel visited India from April 3 to 10.

During the visit the delegation consisting of youth from all walks of life visited Banglore, Mysore, Delhi, Agra. Minster Paudel met his counterpart Sarbanand Sonowal, Minister of Youth and Sports, India and discussed area of bilateral cooperation in sports and youth affairs.

Paudel visited key places of India to explore the cultural and social diversity and to understand the cultural similarities and diversities between India and Nepal. They visited Raj Ghat, Crafts Museum, DMRC Museum, Connaught Place, Jantar Mantar, India Gate, Lotus Temple in Delhi, Taj Mahal in Agra, Fort of Tipu Sultan in Mysore, WIPRO (an IT Company in Silicone city), IIM Bangalore, Akshardham temple and more.

“India and Nepal have recently signed an MoU for cooperation in the field of Youth Affairs. This familiarization visit is expected to bring the people of Nepal and India closer and help them exchange the socio-cultural ties between our two countries,” the Indian embassy in Kathmandu said in a press release.

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