Session on ‘Protection of Hindus Abroad’ on sixth day of Adhiveshan

From left, Prakash Das, Shankar Kharal, Purushottam Somani and Dr. Bholanath Yogi

Nepal needs India’s help to make Nepal a Hindu Rashtra! – Dr. Bholanath Yogi, Hindu University, Nepal

Dr. Bholanath Yogi, Hindu University, Nepal

Hindus make up 95% of the population in Nepal; But due to the influence of the West, the traditional ‘hat’ is being set aside for the ‘tie’. The influence of westerners is increasing in Nepal due to migration to western countries for job prospects. Because of this, those who eat with their hands are considered rude. Despite the growing influence of the West, Nepal is still associated with Indian culture. Currently, 10,000 Nepalese citizens have come to India on pilgrimages; But these Hindus are not united. As a result, Nepal has become a stronghold of communists and atheists. Nepal is culturally a Hindu Rashtra; But the Constitution must recognize it and declare it a Hindu Rashtra. The hat worn by Nepalis is a symbol of the Himalayas. There is a picture of Bhagwan Gorakhnath on currency notes in Nepal. Even today, in Nepal, the Christian ‘calendar’ is not used, the Hindu calendar is used. From a religious point of view, Nepal is a Hindu Rashtra. We need help from India to become a constitutional Hindu Rashtra, asserted Dr. Bholanath Yogi of Hindu University, Nepal. He was speaking on ‘Damage to Hindu Culture in Nepal due to Western influences’ during the session on ‘Protection of Hindus Abroad’ in the 10the Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Rashtra Adhiveshan.

With the help of Hindu organizations and sects in India, Hindu Rashtra can be established in Nepal in 1 month! – Shri. Shankar Kharal, Central Senior Vice President, Vishwa Hindu Mahasangh, Nepal

Shri. Shankar Kharal, Central Senior Vice President, Vishwa Hindu Mahasangh, Nepal

There are mighty people in Nepal and they are fundamentalist Sanatanis; however, there being powerless and political turmoil made Nepal a secular nation. We are trying to make Nepal a Hindu Rashtra again. However, there are four hurdles in establishing Hindu Rashtra in Nepal. The first hurdle is internal. Various Hindu sects are not united. They need to be consolidated. The second obstacle is external forces. China and the US are taking advantage of Nepal. Nepal must be saved from external aggression. The third hurdle is ideological. In this, the Communists have destroyed the Hindu Rashtra in Nepal and made Nepal a secular nation. It has also led to an increase in materialistic thinking and unemployment in Nepal. The fourth hurdle is practicality and untouchability. Untouchability in Nepal must be eradicated. Hindu Rashtra should be brought to Nepal by increasing the number of pro-Hindu MPs. For this, a two-thirds majority is required. If the above 4 obstacles are to be removed, then the Saints of India should help Nepal. Hindu Rashtra should be established in Nepal with the help of Saints, sects, devout Hindus, and like-minded people of India. India should support the establishment of Hindu Rashtra in Nepal. A Sanatan Sampark Abhiyan has been started in every district. Gurukul campaigns are also active. We can establish Hindu Rashtra in Nepal in one month only with the united support of Hindutva-affiliated organizations and denominations in India, asserted Shri. Shankar Kharal while speaking on the topic of ‘Obstacles in the Establishment of Hindu Rashtra in Nepal’.

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