Nepal – the country of the Buddha and the Mt. Everest

Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without – Buddha

Greater Nepal

कहाँ गयो हाम्रो राष्ट्रियता ?
Hundreds pay respects to Gurkha war hero Lachhiman Gurung
“Frames of War”: A Nepalese eyewitness account
जंगलमा भेटिए हराएका ११ सीमास्तम्भ
VC HOLDER RIFLEMAN LACHHIMAN GURUNG 93 IS DEAD
सीमा स्तम्भ हराए
Nepal: Stepping Forward for a Better Future (PHOTOS)
एसएसबीको कुटाइबाट ८ घाइते
India displacing Nepalese from their own land
नयाँ मुलुक प्राप्तिको सिमाना
भारतीय प्रहरीद्वारा नेपाली नागरिक बेपत्ता
Should 9-year-old climb Mount Everest?
A brief history of Kalapani
Rambo Gurkha in solo Taliban blitz
भारतीयद्वारा नेपाली प्रहरी चौकीमा आक्रमण
Struggling For Nepal’s True Sovereignty
‘नयाँ मुलुक’मा जंगबहादुरको सालिक राख्न माग
हिलारीको हातबाट अवार्ड
महाकाली सन्धिमा उल्लेख भएको पानी अझै पाइएन
महाकालीपारीको दोधारामा नेपाली भूमि अतिक्रमण
Bhutan: Nepali-ethnic Bhutanese observe Dasain
Over 7m people visit Nepal pavilion
‘भारतीय सुरक्षाकर्मीले सबै पैसा लुटेर लगे’
जन्मजात अपाङ्ग सगरमाथा चढ्ने तयारीमा
Nepalis being robbed in boarder
Indian cops ‘extorting’ Nepalis
विश्व साइकल यात्री फूर्तेम्बा ६६ औ मुलुक कोष्टारिका लाग्दै
सीमास्तम्भ हराउने क्रम बढ्दो
SIKKIM: Indra Jatra celebrated
भारतको भूमिमा नेपाली झण्डा गाडेर २४ घण्टा कब्जा गरिएको खबर
Save The Himalaya Campaign in New York City
This could not be mistake, this is bad intention
One Woman’s Mission: Empowering World’s Poorest Girls to Transform World
Indian SSB terror continues, Nepal nationals in Rauthat border area shiver
सीमास्तम्भ हराउने क्रम बढ्दो
भारतको भूमिमा नेपाली झण्डा गाडेर २४ घण्टा कब्जा गरिएको खबर
This could not be mistake, this is bad intention
Indian SSB terror continues, Nepal nationals in Rauthat border area shiver
एसएसबीले बाबु मारेपछि खाना नपाएर एक बालकको मृत्यु
Gurkha salutes his warrior girl
सीमा सुरक्षा बैठक सम्पन्न / नेपाल भारतबीच आठ सूत्रीय सम्झौता
DEBATING INDO-NEPAL TREATY OF PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP 1950
लण्डनमा भारत सरकार बिरोधी प्रदर्शन
Treaty of Mahakali
सीमामा भएको सास्तीको नालिबेली
Nepal-India border security meeting in India
1950 Peace and Friendship Treaty still a divisive issue
Prachanda ले यसो बोले : Wants to talk with New Delhi – ( HQ )
सीमा अतिक्रमणविरुद्ध फिल्म
दशगजामा देखिएको राष्ट्रवाद
एक भारतीसंगको बार्तालाप
सीमामा एसएसबीद्वारा नेपाली यात्रु लुटिँदै
दसगजा मिचेर घर निर्माण तीव्र
Rising the Red Flag – Nepal
नेपाली भूमिमा
कञ्चनपुरमा ७ सिमास्तम्भ गायव, दशगजा अव्यवस्थित
६ सीमास्तम्भ गायब
भारतिय हस्तक्षेपका विरुद्दमा इजरायलमा लुम्बिनी समाज इजरायलको गठन
We could regain GREATER NEPAL
ISSUES OF THE GREATER NEPAL: HISTORICAL REFERENCE AND LEGAL QUESTIONS
Gorkhaland in Greater Nepal
ANGLO-NEPAL WAR (1814-16): KAJI SARDAR WRITES TO BHIMSEN THAPA
कहिलेसम्म यस्तो ज्यादती सहेर बस्ने ? भारतले सीमा स्तम्भ सार्‍यो
India Should Return the Nepalese Missed Land from 1816
भारतीय सिमा सुरक्षा बलको चरम ज्यादती
What is Sugauli Treaty?

1. Background:
The border treaty signed between the then government of East India Company and Nepal on March 4, 1816 is known as the Sugauli Treaty. The result of the treaty was that Nepal lost almost one-third of its territory on the east, south and west. Students of history know it well why and how the treaty took place. But it would be beneficial for others as well to know the historical background of the country. Late King Prithvi Narayan Shah unified the small fiefdoms / principalities and created a big and powerful Nepal.(For more click here)

OPINION: Anti-India feelings – Demand for Greater Nepal

The anti-India sentiment triggered by Bollywood film Chandni Chowk to China which was banned in Nepal [because it claimed Buddha was born in India and not Nepal] has stoked fresh demands for the recovery of the land acceded to India by Nepal nearly two centuries ago. As India celebrated its 60th Republic Day on Jan. 26, students staged a noisy protest outside the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu asking for the restoration of Greater Nepal. Led by a Nepali literature professor, Phanindra Nepal, the United Nepal National Front is asking India and Britain to separate certain areas ….(For more click here)

Leaflet for distribution on Indian expansionist threat to Nepal

Indian expansionist threat to Nepal’s  sovereignty and territorial integrity

Nepalese people residing abroad would like to draw your attention on the following issues: 1) the encroachment of Nepalese land by the Indian authorities in several districts bordering India and the displacement of people following the encroachment. 2) The inundations of Nepalese land as a result of the construction of embankments and dams by India near the border thus violating international conventions. —–( For more click here)

कति मिच्यो भारतले ६२ बर्षमा नेपाली भूमि?

भारतसँग जोडिएका २६ जिल्लामध्ये २१ जिल्लाका ५४ भन्दाबढी ठाउँमा नेपाली भू-भाग मिचिएको छ । भारतसँग जोडिएका चार जिल्लाहरु महोत्तरी, धनुषा, डडेलधुरा र बैतडी मात्र अहिलेसम्म अतिक्रमणबाट चोखा रहेका छन् । भारतबाट एकतर्फी रुपमा लगभग ६० हजार हेक्टरभन्दा बढी पछिल्लो दाङ र बाराबाहेक भूभाग मिचिएको अनुमान गरिएको छ । यसमध्ये कालापानी-लिम्पियाधुरा क्षेत्रको मात्रै ३६ हजार नवलपरासीको सुस्तामा १४ हजार र अन्य जिल्लाहरुमा ९ हजार हेक्टर जमिन अतिक्रमण भएको छ । …(For more click here)

The Untold Pains of Nepal

By Dr. Shastra Pant

Introduction

1.Both India and Nepal are independent and sovereign countries. The unique relationship between these two countries is based not only on a diplomatic and political level but also on the level of common people.

The geographical proximity holds a unique significance as Nepal lies on the southern slope of the Himalayas and all the rivers from Nepal flow towards India. Thus, it is customary to have more transactions in industry and trade sectors because of geographical structure. …… (For more click here)

What is Greater Nepal

BY PHANINDRA NEPAL- The medieval Nepal was quite big in size but due to various reasons it went on being fragmented. The reintegration campaign started during 1744 and under the leadership of king Prithvi Narayan Shah in 1774, the campaign had reached as far as Darjeeling in the East. Even after the death of Prithvi Narayan Shah on 10th January 1775, the reintegration campaign continued. While forgoing ahead towards east, the border of Nepal was extended up to Sikkim by 1779. …. (For more click here)

Major Indo-Nepal Treaty goes ‘missing’

Kathmandu, June 19 (IANS) A major treaty signed between the governments of India and Nepal is not to be found in either the national archives or the royal palace here, giving rise to fears that other priceless documents of historical importance might have also vanished from the country, a newspaper said Wednesday. The infamous Sugauli Treaty signed in 1815 with the British East India Company, which was then ruling India, and is seen here as a major blow to Nepal, …..(For more click here)

‘Chadani-Chowk’ gaffe-fuels-demand for-‘Greater Nepal’

The anti-Indian sentiments triggered by banned Bollywood film “Chandni Chowk to China” has stoked fresh demands for the recovery of the land acceded to India by Nepal nearly two centuries ago.On Monday, as India celebrated its 60th Republic Day, students staged a noisy protest in front of the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu, asking for the restoration of “Greater……(For more click here)

Videos

Greater Nepal

‘भारत हाम्रो भु-भाग फिर्ता देउ’ Part 1

‘भारत हाम्रो भु-भाग फिर्ता देउ’ Part 2

ग्रेटर नेपालको नक्सा थानकोटमा पनि ………(For more click here)

Nepal-India Open Border: Prospects, Problems and Challenges

Like most of the countries of the world, the existence of Nepal had been recognised even before the international boundaries had been fully and finally established. Mention of Nepal is found in the ancient history of both China and India. Nepal-China boundary is as old as the history of the two countries, but in contrast to the very ancient cultural, social, political and economic relations, Nepal-India boundary has a comparatively recent origin and its present boundary demarcation and delimitation took place after the Anglo-Nepal War of 1814-16. In contrast to Nepal’s boundary ….. (For more click here)

Film Review: Greater Nepal

I recently saw a documentary organised by London Chhalphal called Greater Nepal. The film suggests Greater Nepal needs to be reclaimed. It was ‘lost’ in the 1816 Treaty of Segauli by which British India gained areas of border land which Manoj Pandit’s documentary suggest should be returned to Nepal. For those who know Greater Nepal was defined as stretching from the Teesta river in the east to Kangra Fort in the west. ….. (For more click here)

कहाँ गयो हाम्रो राष्ट्रियता ?

Hundreds pay respects to Gurkha war hero Lachhiman Gurung

“Frames of War”: A Nepalese eyewitness account

जंगलमा भेटिए हराएका ११ सीमास्तम्भ

VC HOLDER RIFLEMAN LACHHIMAN GURUNG 93 IS DEAD

सीमा स्तम्भ हराए

Nepal: Stepping Forward for a Better Future (PHOTOS)

एसएसबीको कुटाइबाट ८ घाइते

India displacing Nepalese from their own land

 




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  5. Binay said

    Ke hudaichha ? Kehi thaha vayena ek patak greater nepal ko concept ko barema ?

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