Followings are the photographs of the most important persons visiting Devdaha till today. The arrival of Important persons really impacts the villagers of Devdaha.

King Gaynendra speaking with Mr. Ram Chandra Pandey, President of Devdaha Conservation Academy. King paid his visit to lumbini in order to inaugurate Maya Devi temple built there.

Several Taiwani visitors at Devdaha Park. They paid their visit to devdaha and donated 17 jackets for small children which will be donated to poor students this winter

H.R.H. Crown Prince Paras Bir Bikram Shah Dev  visited Devdaha. He inaugurated Devdaha Park built by the Academy.

The greatest Dharma Guru Thrizin of Buddhism  visited Devdaha.

Minister for physical Planning and Construction Col. Narayan Singh Pun visiting Devdaha Library. With him stands Biraj Pandey ( secretary of DCA) and Bishnu Pandey.

Education Minister visiting Devdaha Library. Chairman Ram Chandra Pandey showing the invaluable Tripitak. Beside stands Dilli Psd. Acharya (General Secretary of DCA).

From left Sthaneshwor Devkota (CDO, Rupandehi), Ram Chandra Pandey (Chairman), Chief Justice and Gitu Giri (Phd.), attending a program.

Japanese Dharma Guru at the hall of DCA taking information of Devdaha. meanwhile they inaugurated the Library of DCA. Talking with them Kailash Pandey(right)

Late wife of Yusun Masu Naga with various personnel at Devdaha.

Chief Justice released the book named 'Siddhartha Gautam Buddha Tippan Tappan'. which was written by Prem Singh Subedi.

More than 275 Historians came here at Devdaha from various places including India, Bhutan, Bangladesh. They visited this area and attend a program managed by DCA.

Devdaha Mahotsav. It is organized every year. Many delegates attend this ceremony and several cultural programs are performed.

Yogi Narhari Nath visited with two Japanese doctors in search of the disappeared Suryavanshi Race and also the civilization left here centuries before. He addressed a programme and told that Lord Buddha was born under the Pakari Tree. Founder of The Reyukai Nepal, Mr. Yusun Masu Naga, visited Devdaha. A great programme was arranged for his welcome. He said Devdaha is a great pilgrimage for all the people in the world.

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