Chinese delegation calls on Bihar CM
Patna: A nine-member delegation of a
Buddhist association from China headed by its Vice-president
Most Ven on Sunday called on the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar at
his office here.
The members of the Buddhist Association of China told
that they were on a pilgrimage to Rajgir, Nalanda and Bodh
Gaya, official sources said.
The delegates also said that a large number of Buddhists
of their country were interested in visiting India, specially
Bihar to visit holy sites.
They also invited Kumar for a trip to China.
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