Bell in honour of late CDS Bipin Rawat
In commemoration of India’s late Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat, a bell has been placed at Nepal’s revered Shree Muktinath Temple. The bell named “Bipin Bell,” has been installed at the revered Hindu temple in Mustang district during the visit of four former Indian army chiefs namely Gen VN Sharma, Gen JJ Singh, Gen Deepak Kapoor and Gen Dalbir Suhag.
Late Rawat’s connection with Nepal and Nepali people was deep being the officer of Gurkha Regiment. Rawat received the honorary general title of the Nepali Army when he paid a visit to Nepal at the invitation of his Nepali counterpart Rajendra Chhetri. “Bipin Bell” has been installed at the Muktinath temple premises which holds huge significance for Hindus across the world. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi had visited this temple in 2018 when he paid a visit to Nepal. Thousands of Indian pilgrims visit Muktinath to offer prayer and worship every year. The four former chiefs of Indian Army attended the 260th Nepali Army Day celebrations on Saturday, where the Indian Army band from 11 Gorkha Rifles made their first-ever performance.
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