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Ayodhya has mythological connection with this place in South Korea, Jaishankar visited – India TV Hindi

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External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar during his visit to Seoul.

Seoul: Ayodhya is directly connected not only with Nepal but also with many other countries of the world. One of these countries is South Korea. Do you know that there is a very special mythological relationship between South Korea and Ayodhya. for this reason External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday visited Gimhae city of South Korea, which is called the ‘sister city’ of Ayodhya. Jaishankar met a delegation led by the mayor there and said that the ties between the two cities are a testament to “our common cultural heritage” and long-standing people-to-people ties.

Let us tell you that Gimhae city is located about 330 km south-east of Seoul, the capital of South Korea. According to Korean legend, about 2,000 years ago a young princess from Ayutthaya crossed the ocean in a boat, traveled about 4,500 kilometers to Korea and married King Kim Suro, who founded the Gaya Kingdom in the North Asian country. Princess Suriratna, then became Queen Heo Hwang-ok. About 60 lakh people of South Korea, who consider themselves descendants of Suriratna, consider Ayodhya as their maternal home.

People of this city of South Korea consider Ayodhya as their maternal home.

“It was a pleasure to meet Gimhae City Mayor Hong Tae-yong today,” the foreign minister posted on X along with a photo from the meeting. The Gimhae-Ayodhya link is a testament to our shared cultural heritage and long-standing people-to-people ties. Discussed comprehensive cultural and educational cooperation with Gimhae City. People of South Korea consider Ayodhya as their maternal home. Jaishankar gifted a small replica of the recently inaugurated Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. A statement from the Ministry of External Affairs said his visit “provided an opportunity to cherish the age-old civilizational and cultural ties between the two countries.” “India shares an ancient bond of kinship with the Korean people,” the statement said. Shares, played by Princess Suriratna of Ayutthaya, known as Queen Heo Hwang-ok in the Republic of Korea.

”Many members of the Karak dynasty come to Ayodhya every year to pay homage at the memorial to Queen Hyeo Hwang-ok at the Queen Hyeo Memorial Park, which was built in 2001 in partnership between the Uttar Pradesh government and the city of Gimhae on the banks of the Saryu River in Ayodhya. Was established on. (Language)

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