Kathmandu, April 4: The chariot procession of Seto Machchhindranath was began from Tindhara Pathshala in the capital on Tuesday. The Seto Machchhindranath is considered as the ‘The god of rain and harvest’. The Chariot was taken to Asan through Ratnapark and Bhotahiti.
The chariot would be taken to Hanumandhoka tomorrow, shared Chariot Procession Management Committee member Binod Tuladhar. It would be taken to Lagankhel on Thursday. The procession was attended by Hindu and Busshist religious people along with locals ranging different age groups with religious harmony.
Political activist Tirtharam Dangol stressed the need to preserve the festival of cultural importance as it is crucial event of the Kathmandu Valley. He said these are the identities of our national culture.