Six Indian pilgrims and one Nepalese citizen were killed when the bus they were traveling in fell from a mountain road in Nepal’s Madhesh province. The accident happened in the early hours of Thursday in the Bara district when the bus carrying the pilgrims from Rajasthan overturned and fell down a road at a riverbank south of Churiamai Temple at Simara Sub-Metropolitan City. The accident also injured 19 others. There were 26 people on the train and sadly one person from Nepal died in the accident. The police have told the family of the person who died in the accident. Three people have been arrested, including the bus driver. The driver and the other workers also got hurt in the accident and were arrested after getting medical treatment. The injured people are being treated in different hospitals in a nearby district. Road accidents are common in Nepal because the roads are not good, especially in the mountainous areas. On Wednesday, a bus went off the main road and fell into a river, killing eight people and injuring 15 others. The accident happened when the bus was going to Pokhara from Kathmandu and went off the road into the Trishuli River in Dhading district. Please rewrite the text in simpler words.