Ten Reasons Why Nepal Should Join India

January 7, 2007 at 5:13 am 116 comments

“TEN REASONS WHY NEPAL SHOULD JOIN INDIA!” 
( Originally appeard in The Nepal Digest – Thu, 30 Jul 1998 )

–Bibhuti Nepal  

My immediate reactions to Mr. Bijay Raut’s proposal that Nepal should join the Indian Union were anger and disgust. I thought Bijay Raut was a betrayer and a pro-Indian activist. However, after several thoughts, I have reached conclusions that Mr. Raut has very good points and his hypothesis deserves serious attentions.

Joining India will be unthinkable and unacceptable to any patriotic Nepali. The stories of the alleged Indian attempt of encroachment of the Nepalese territories are still fresh in our memories. However, let’s now put aside those grievances for a while and try to focus, analyze and debate objectively on a single question: Should Nepal make effort to gain statehood in the Indian Union (Like Puerto Rico is attempting to be the USA’s 51th state)? In other words, should Nepal join the Indian Union?

I know many people have and will argue against this proposal. But let me take this opportunity to argue for the proposal.

In my humble opinion, Nepal should join India for the following major reasons:

1. The purchasing power of the Nepalese consumers will instantly INCREASE by 60% since Indian Rs. 100 will no longer be Nepalese Rs. 160. IRs. 100 will be equivalent to NRs. 100. The Nepalese consumers will get the Indian goods for at least 60% cheaper value than before while sell their products to Indians at higher than previous values.

2. Since India is our major trading partner (about 2/3 of the total trade are with India), our economy will largely benefit from the increase in strength of our currency. The current trade deficit will be less painful to our economy then.

3. India is often accused of encroaching not only our land but also our culture, language and values. Now if Nepal becomes a part of India, what will India encroach? It’s own land!! The culture of both Nepal and India will flourish as well as assimilate better than now. India, if nothing else, represents a remarkable example of cultural, ethnic and linguistic assimilation. Furthermore, Nepali is already an official language of India, i.e., Nepali is included in the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution.

4. For Hindus, India is “Mecca” and “Madina.” Non-Hindus — Cheer up! The Secular Indian State won’t marginalize your religious rights as they have been in the Hindu Kingdom of Nepal.

5. Nepal will be a separate state of India and not a part of U.P., Bihar or West Bengal. This means Nepal can exercise almost all of her present rights other than the one involving territorial disputes with China or other Indian States, in which case the Federal Government of India (which in turn is not under control of any dominant group in India, but headed by the representatives of all states of the Indian Union) will take the charge. Under Indian Constitution, states are granted vital rights ranging from levying of the taxes to maintaining internal security, as well as deriving own educational and cultural policies. Nepal should be glad to become a part of the larger body. Any achievement of India will automatically be the achievement of Nepalis and vice versa.

6. While state leaders of Nepal will work hard to improve the lives of Nepalis, it will be the responsibility of the Federal government of India to counsel the policies of the states, promulgate federal policies for the whole country, provide the Nepalese state with frequent funds as well as take the immediate charge of the natural emergencies like flood, earthquake, etc. The state leaders of Nepal will have better chance of building the Nepalese nation than now, since there will always be someone at the back for assistance and guidance.

7. The largest natural resource we have is water. Unfortunately, the amount of hydro-electricity generated from it is minimal. The Arun -III, the multi-billion dollar hydro electricity project, was terminated because The World Bank drew off its support, primarily due to the lost of the Bank’s faith in the Nepalese government that was characterized by sharp political instability. The Federal Government of India, with its huge budget and capacity to lure large multinationals and international lending agencies, can easily get several of such Hydo-Power projects going. This will but benefit Nepal and Nepalis in large because the electricity will now be sold not only to China but to several other Indian states with very little hassles.

8. The legendary Gurkha soldiers, who now constitute a significant portion of the Indian Army, are working not for their motherland but for a foreign land. These Gurkhas, in one sense, are not soldiers but just mercenaries (hired army motivated by money rather than love for motherland or national glory). If Nepal were to be a part of India, these brave soldiers would be working for their motherland and their bravery will count as glory and not just paid service.

9. One may argue against the proposal of the unification by saying that India has very little incentive to have Nepal as its state because India will have to guard hundreds of miles of the Nepal-China frontier, which might suck up its already strained military and economic resources. This is not true. India has already been guarding the China-Nepal frontier indirectly. Just imagine when China invades Nepal, do you think India will sit down there and keep watching? Never. Directly or Indirectly, India has and will have to guard the Nepal-China frontier. In case Nepal becomes a part of India, India will have to divert little extra of its military resources to the frontier.

10. Finally, I believe, and many of you will agree, that Nepal lacks resources to function as an independent country. About three quarters of the country’s land is mountainous, and the fertile quarter is over populated and prone to erosion, flood, and other ecological hazards. Two-third of the population is illiterate while over 40% live below poverty line. The majority of educated population is unproductive since they are stuck up in the inefficient government services. Natural resource other than water is rare and tourism sector is on the verge of decline because of the negative ecological impacts as well as polluted cities. Furthermore, Nepal has one of the highest per capital foreign debt despite she gets large sums of foreign grants each year. The remittances of the Gurkha soldiers and that of Non-Resident Nepali are not enough to support economy, and there has been continual migration of Nepali, both seasonal and permanent, to India and other countries in search of work and other economic opportunities. Nepal definitely needs both
“guidance” and “assistance” of the Federal Government to boost up its economy and maximize the utility of her limited resources. Only unification with India will bestow Nepal with such power and opportunity.

Please feel free to agree/disagree with my comments.

namaste, Bibhuti Nepal

Source::http://library.wustl.edu/~listmgr/tnd/0273.html

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  • 1. Seenivasan  |  January 8, 2007 at 8:07 am

    Dear Bibhuti Nepal,

    Thanks for the wonderful article and remainder. I am Indian from very South and i dont speak Hindi. We learn Tamil in our state and our Central Govenment still cannot force us to learn Hindi. But we have 10 ministers in Indian cabinet including Chidambram as Financial Minister. I dont say directly Nepal should join India, becuase i am concerned about Nepalis can misunderstand. But we have one cuture and common in religion. People from South India goes to Nepal to see Pasupathi Nath Temple. People from Nepal come to visiit Rameswaram. We dont need a visa for that, we dont need to exchange money for that. We love to see Nepal and Himalayas in India. Like Bengali’s, Tamil’s you will be Nepali Indian. I hope you dont mis-understand our point. With out being Indian having separate Tamil state, we cannot think of Education, security, and political stability. You dont believe even in a small village in India where people dont speak Hindi, you can see a Nepali Gorka guarding us ourselves, they dont speak local language but they are already in part of our life. If you wish to join with India, people from India will cheer up with you !!!.

    Regards,
    Seenivasan

  • 2. Ramakant Vista  |  January 8, 2007 at 11:25 am

    Message for Medhesis

    I have read the write-up and come to a conclusion that some have started campaigning the merger of Nepal with India. I studied in India and know Indian history better than many Indian historians. When the capital city of India was shifted from Calcutta to Delhi in 1911, no Indian protested against the decision as they did during the 1905 partition of Bengal. The reason was no ruler has ruled India from Delhi for more than a century. That means, either India has to look for a new capital city before 2047, or it will be disintegrated into several countries. Secondly, India was the fourth richest country after it got independence. Today, it stands nowhere near South Korea. Nepal’s poverty is not as acute, abject and crippling as it is seen in India’s rural parts.

    It would be better if Indians or pro-Indian Nepalis work for eradication of poverty. It is better not to poke Nepal’s nose. nepalis work and eat wherever they go and live. They have spread their wing beyond Darjeeling, Sikkim and Uttaranchal. They can play a dirty role if Indians do so. So casting dark eyes over Nepal will backfire on India as it continues to struggle to unite its territory.

    In fact, visiting eastern Indian states like Nagaland, Meghalaya, Assam, Manipur, Arunchal Pradesh, one can understand where India stands. This week, 58 Beharis were butchered in Assam’s Tinsukya district.
    India must admit that the Gurkhas including Nepalis have been playing an bridging role in several Indian states.

    However, I may agree if someone suggests that Nepal’s market be integrated into India’s. The merger of Nepal as Sikkim did with India may be the beginning of disintegrating India. The surging Nepal will definitely draw Uttaranchal, Sikkim, Darjeeling and beyond closer to Nepal as these states have been dominated by Nepalis and they feel closer to Kathmandu than Delhi. A South Indian from Tamil nadu, Kerala or Karnataka has not understood Nepal well. The people who grow under colonial mindset will misunderstand it as they are prepared for clarical jobs, and not for scholarly works. Let us work who wins the race, and do not forment innocent minds. The children of innocent Ttarai people need better education.

  • 3. Hemanta Thakur  |  January 8, 2007 at 12:22 pm

    It is extremely shocking and hard to swallow that Nepal be merged in India. For Patriotic Nepalese, Bibhuti Nepal’s dare to express his suicidal view is nothing more than selling the pride and esteem to uncertainty. i had heard (not read anywhere however and please do not ask me ‘where’) that in some cultures of ancient past in order for having some better life, poor people committed this crime by swapping their daughters to the wealthy people for some bags of coins. Mr. Nepal seems to have been tempted by Indian booming economy if not others and does not hold their guts any more. Come on, its true that we are fallen a bit behind but is it any less that we have our own identity, history and systems. Mr. Nepal, please do not misuse your intelectual ability in such unacceptable writings.

  • 4. madhesi  |  January 8, 2007 at 12:39 pm

    Dear Reader,

    Please read the above article, in conjunction with following two writings of Mr. Bijay Raut.

    https://madhesi.wordpress.com/2006/12/31/what-does-it-mean-to-be-a-nepali/

    https://madhesi.wordpress.com/2007/01/01/indo-nepal-border-and-the-state-of-bihari-nepali/

    Thanks

  • 5. Bijay Raut  |  January 8, 2007 at 6:53 pm

    Once again, thanks for bringing back the 1998 articles in year 2007! That’s what I call Web 2.0, bringing the Web 1.0 stuff (from usernet like nepal digest) to Web 2.0 world of blogging and wordpress!

    Since I am part of this so called “controversial ” thread of discussions over 8 years ago (when I was a junior in college), i would remind readers to read the following articles as well to put the matters in perspective.

    After all these are intellectual discussions, and should not been taken “too seriously”. Wonder why I became a poet? (http://stores.lulu.com/bijayraut)

    Thanks a bunch!

    https://madhesi.wordpress.com/2007/01/01/indo-nepal-border-and-the-state-of-bihari-nepali/

    https://madhesi.wordpress.com/2006/12/31/what-does-it-mean-to-be-a-nepali/

    https://madhesi.wordpress.com/2006/11/23/some-light-on-other-social-and-political-issues

  • 6. kiran  |  January 8, 2007 at 10:01 pm

    What a disgrace. I can not imagine a Nepali writing about his mother nation with the headline that says ” For sale”. The reason why the country, my country Nepal, as reached the state it is in is just because of people like you. This article is not an intellectual discussion as some one is suggesting. To me it appears to be a project assignment given to Bibhuti by the politicians currently ruling the country. Now that they have sucked up the resources and the dreams of almost 3 generations of petriotic Nepali and they would like to make a smooth transition to the growing economy of India.
    Shame on you and people like you. I agree the only thing lacking in Nepal is a leader (who unfortunately always become a Indian Government’s pony). Yes, governing a country with limited resources is not easy especially when you are not patriotic, not knowlegible about governing and lack the strength, vision, and agility to deal with adversaries. I think the reason of this is because of short sightedness of our leader.
    In my opinion, Nepal needs put 110% of effort in education especially to teach patriotism, law and order and self-descipline. We can easily recover and be an equal partner with India in brining peace an stability in the region.

  • 7. SG  |  January 9, 2007 at 2:15 am

    What a cheap trick for personal publicity, Paramendra bhai. you’ll get a ticket, why do you worry and disgrace yourself? I thought you are a good writer/collector.

  • 8. SG  |  January 9, 2007 at 2:23 am

    Why are you disgracing ALL Terain with your stupidity by putting this article here? How can you demoralize yourself and disgrace all terains from your personal gain?

    To all readers:
    This is just junk, no terain supports this, including the writer himself.

    It was just trick of blogger, Paramendra bhai, to draw cheap attention.

  • 9. Seenivasan  |  January 9, 2007 at 3:06 am

    All i can say is, and those who thing India is having colonial mind set. Also if someone thinks Indians are clerks, you shold be living in drak era. Definitely your politicians and past rulers made you believe that you should be in the same as in 19 th century. They suck your work and blood and live happily, their children never study in Nepal, their children never work for Nepal. They never allow Nepali middle class to become rich. They want you work as securities for some one for your life time. If someone thinks differently why dont you analyze the positive points then thinking about same old thing. Until there is a revolution there will not be any change. If you miss this chance, Nepalies fed upwith present politicans soon and again you will have problem. Without people working and getting job nothing is going to change. Only blame game can happen except any improvements in the infrastructure and society.

  • 10. subhash shah  |  January 9, 2007 at 3:53 am

    yeah mr ramakand bista,
    you are true that madhesis need better education. please ask ur pahadia government to open better schools and colleges, where the teachers are madhesis, before madhes disintegrates from Nepal or Nepal integrates into India.

    logsuvas@hotmail.com

  • 11. Seenivasan  |  January 9, 2007 at 5:10 am

    A word to Ramakant Vista, you have better knowledge to write becuase you have studied in India. You used India for your carrier and for better life but you dont like India. We south Indians are proud to be Indians and what ever you call Clerk or anything we dont care. We will will have better life and 1000′s of graduates comming out each day with professional degree doctors and engineers, every multilantinal company opens Software, BPOs in Bangalore to give jobs. I know many Nepalies working abroad they dont save their savings in Nepali rupees, they save in $, becuase they not not sure about the economy. Also they come back to Nepal and only write from out side country saying this is Nepal and dont touch it and dont talk about better life for poor Nepalis living in the remote villages. Think about how family system works, how co-operative system works. If you are living in village being a co-operative member you can get loans and you can sell your product for better price. think if you only grow tea, and you need rice to eat,so you sell tea to buy rice. person grow rice cannot eat rice for whole life he need dhall as well. you cannot drink tea for your whole life, you cannot eat rice for whole life and you cannot eat dhall for whole life, you need everything. being co-operative every one has job and everyone improve their life. Pakistan went away from India what they have achieved in 50 years except being labeled as Al-Qaida, i can proudly say Indian Muslims has better reputation than a Pakitani around the world and Indian Muslims has better moral then any others in world. We have 150 million muslims in India , which is second largest muslim population in the world , can you point out one Al-Qaida man from that ?. So think positive about India.

  • 12. santosh gupta  |  January 10, 2007 at 5:17 am

    I agree for above subject as I am Madhesi in Nepal

  • 13. bjvish  |  January 13, 2007 at 9:23 am

    Interesting post. So far, as an Indian I didnt consider Nepal to be a part of India. But, if Nepalis want to come into Indian Union, they will be given autonomy and equal rights as rest of Indias. Indian Union is a union of nations which each state is almost a nation in cultural sense. We Tamils have our own official language, identity, art & cuture and every other state has a distinct identify of their own. But, we all are united by common history & bonds and want to work together. I guess Nepal could fit this profile as it had common history and even if it joins the union (like Sikkim) it can maintain all its identity as it is today. I dont see any Indian culture will be diluting their culture.

    This is why we opposed the two nation theory (that Hindus and Muslmims are separate nations). A Tamil or Malayalee is much more different from a Punjabi than someone from Pakistan’s Punjab but still we are united as a nation.

    If Nepal joins India, it will have guarantee of security (China had occupied Tibet and has almost destroyed its culture and could threat Nepal in the future) and access to a great economy. Its tourism would flourish & energy would be utilized and wont have food & telecom bandwidth shortages.

    But, I guess it is upto the Nepalis to join us.

  • 14. bjvish  |  January 13, 2007 at 9:34 am

    @Ramakanth Vista
    Wherever you had studied history, kindly dont compare yourself to great historians. Delhi was the seat of Indian capital for hundreds of years (probably even before if Mahabharatha is taken as history). Calcutta was a capital only temporarily and things came back to Delhi.

    India lags behind a few countries, but India’s GDP in Purchasing Power Parity is fourth and inching out to third. Meaning it is one of the richest countries in the world, as a whole, though in per-capita is among teh poorest in teh world.

    I dont know what colonial mindset you r talking abt. I dont even know when is the last time you saw modern India. India has no ideas to conquer any other nation. If it had wanted, it could easily muscled & taken overn Bhutan & Nepal. In our whole history we never wanted to aggress on any territory that is not ours.

    And btw… whether you like it or not, Indian union is under no threat of disintegration. Though, some crazy tribals in India’s fringes might be cooperating with anti-national elements, we stood together for centuries and will stay with, no matter what. And regarding Nepalis attraction for Katmandu, they r more attracted by India as seen in Sikkim’s case. The Nepalis of Sikkim who muscled its entry into India could have easily made it join Nepal if they had wanted. If we stay together its a win-win. But, if you agree to stay separate, we dont care.

  • 15. Ramakant Vista  |  January 15, 2007 at 8:38 am

    Dear friends,

    India is great! The day the Tamils of Sri Lanka fighting for separate state get an autonomy like Quebec, the Indian Tamils will begin to seek grater autonomy. A few multinationals of software companies set up in Bangalore, Hyderbad, Delhi, or Pune have not fed the poor Indians. Once Bengalis talked” What Bengal thinks today India thinks tomarrow.” Is this saying still applicable?

    We must realize the fact that software is a service industry, thus standing fragile and weak.

    167 billion dollars of foreign reserve is nothing when China spends almost two trillion on defence. Read books — India’s economy is not the fourth largest in the world. It is the fourth largest in Asia, nowhere near Russia, Germany, Britain, France, Japan, China, Brazil, Canada, Australia, Spain, Italy and some of these countries are as small as Nepal.

    And let us not talk of per capita income of an Indian. It is very shameful to discuss such things with semi-baked people.

    Look East Asia, they teach you better, though they do not speak English and have no great institutions like India’s.

    Secondly, we must ackowledge the fact that the Gurkhas under the command of Britisher unified India. Gurkhas are still considered to be the best fighters even in India. What India has is British built infrastructures–educational institutions, parliament, supreme court, railway lines, postal service, etc. Indians study in these insittutions and learn just to talk. You better work and feed your children.

    Nepalis have never been ruled by any external force, though there have been attempts. It is impossible to think so now.

    What we have is our own infrastructure. China became “one country” in 1949. It had nothing, no infrastructure, no big universities like India had, no educated people like Indians.

    Today, China is at least two deacdes ahead of India in all spheres. This is the bitter pill for Indians. You should visit Sanghai, Beijing and estern costal China, you too will begin talking of converting Mumbai into Shangai as Indian politicians do.

    I think you should not look at others and imagine something that is impossible. Assess the reality and see into yourself and fear that Nepal too will outgrow India in near future. We are going to start from a scratch like China. And our society is as open as China’s, certainly different from Indian, though we share similarities of culture, religion, language, dress, etc with Indians. The difference is Nepali society is a fusion of Hindu and Buddhism, while India’s is a fusion of Muslims, Hindu, Buddhists, Christian. I think Nepalis are more practical than Indians who talk only.

    The recently published book called ” Last Mughal Empire” by a Scot is an example of how Indians study– whether they are fit for clarical jobs or do research works. Wherever we go, we honestly work and eat what we earn. Though I study in India, it was not an Indian built instituion but a British built institution. It is very disgusting to talk to those lazy bums who want to live on the earning of the Nepalis.

    Thank you for reading the text.

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  • 17. A Berg  |  February 4, 2007 at 1:16 am

    There is a lot confused talk about India by Tamils on this forum. They are alien even to most Indians in race, langauge, dress, food… A Marathi or a Bengali has nothing in common with a Tamil. It is a bit like saying a man from Congo or Niger is the same as a man from Japan or Norway. Yes they are all human.

    India is a British creation. It is now split into three parts. In time it will split into another seven nations. If the mighty Soviet Union can break why not a poverty blighted India?

    India will not leave Nepal alone as long as India lives. If India dies Nepal will thrive and gain even more land. In the end Nepal will have access to China and Bangladesh. Where will India be then? All at sea like a poorman’s USSR.

  • 18. Tanka Hook  |  February 5, 2007 at 11:39 am

    My dear Nepali fellows,
    First of all I would like to know, who is this Bijay Raut? Second, it would be so helpful, if someone can post the original version of the article.
    237 years of feudal system is about to be abolished is a good gesture for free and independant Nepalis. We were never ruled by any foreigners so far, I strongly oppose the idea of being merged with India. It is totally unacceptable, however, the idea of state or provincial system is good example for Nepal. If Mr. Raut is talking about this idea, we should not be cunning twisting the good motives.

  • 19. ananta rizal  |  February 6, 2007 at 7:01 am

    Tangka Hook has said right thing.

  • 20. B Abbott  |  February 7, 2007 at 3:30 am

    I HAVE READ YOUR MESSAGE. I WONDER WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF YOU SENDING ME SUCH A MESSAGE. AS IF I HAVE NO OTHER WORRIES IN MY LIFE. DO AS YOU PLEASE WITH YOUR COUNTRY NEPAL. I NEVER FELT AT HOME IN YOUR COUNTRY NEPAL, AT LEAST IN THE PRESENT NEPAL RULED BY THE REGIME OF THOSE CORRUPT THUG AND IRRESPONSIBLE RASCLES SUCH AS GYNANDRA BAHADUR SHAR-GIRIJA KOIRALA AND THEIR ALLIES. THE MOST, I AM MANY OF MY FRIENDS AND RELATIVES ARE TREATED AS ALIENS THERE IN NEPAL BY THOSE WHO RULE IT, OTHERWISE WE ARE REGARED AS DOGS BY THOSE CORRUPT TYRRANT AND DESPOTS WHO HAVE BEEN RULING IT FOR THE PAST 50 YEARS. THE SHAH-KOIRALA REGIME IS NOT ANY BETTER IN THIS REGARD. THERE IS A SAYING IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND IT PHRASES OUT ” ODIN KHUI” MEANING IT HARDLY MATTERS TO US WHETHER IT IS GYNANDRA BAHADUR SHAH OR IT IS GIRIJHA KOIRALA, IT IS ALL THE SAME, BOTH ARE TYRRANICAL DESPOTIC RASCLES ON THEIR OWN WAY, BOTH ARE CORRUPT AND IRRESPONSIBLE THUGS. IT DOES NOT IMPLY THAT BIRENDRA BAHADUR SHAH, HIS FATHER MAHENDRA BAHADUR SHAH AND HIS GRAND FATHER TRIBHUWAN BAHADUR SHAH WERE ANY BETTER. THEY WERE EQUALLY DESPOTIC AND IRRESPONSIBLE RASCLES.

    NOW, IN CASE IF YOU HAVE SENT ME THIS MESSAGE TO PROVOKE ME THEN HERE IS WHAT I HAVE TO SAY.
    FIRSTLY, HARDLY I HAVE ANY INTEREST ON THE CURRENT NEPAL OF THE CORRUPT IRRESPONSIBLE UNJUST KOIRALA-SHAH REGIME AND THEIR ALLIES. I CARE LITTLE ABOUT ITS FUTURE. HOWEVER, MY ONLY WISH IS TO SEE IT AND ITS PEOPLE MORE PROSPORUS IN TERMS OF STANDARD OF LIVING, SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS, TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS AND SOCIAL STATUS IN THE WORLD.
    I CARE A LITTLE WHO RULE IT AS LONG AS ITS CITIZENS ENJOY JUSTICE, EQUALITY, FREEDOM, LIBERTY AND ECONOMIC SUPERIORITY WITH HIGHER INCOME. IN OTHER WORDS, I WILL BE HAPPY IF ITS PEOPLE LIVE A BETTER AND PROSPEROUS LIFE UNDER A JUST, DEMOCRATIC AND LIBERAL REGIME.
    AT THE SAME TIME I HAVE A MESSAGE FOR THOSE NEPALI WHO ARE OPEN MINDED AND RATIONAL. AFTER ALL IF ECONOMIC AND TECHNICAL ACHIVEMENTS, HIGHER STANDARD OF LIVING AND BETTER LIFE IS WHAT EVERYONE IS LOOKING FOR THEN WHY LIMIT YOURSELF TO INDIA ALONE IN TERMS OF SHADING THE NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE AND SOVERIGENEITY. THE IDEA OF INTEGRATING NEPAL INTO INDIA IS A WOTHWHILE VIEWPOINT, WHICH CERTAINLY DESERVE CLOSE SCRUNITY. HOWEVER, IN MY CROOKED VIEW IT SHOULD NOT BE LIMITED TO INDIA ALONE. IN THIS REGARDS CHINA NEEDS TO BE CONSIDER WITH EQUAL WEIGHT AND GRAVITY. ALSO, NEPALI SHOULD FEEL FREE TO LOOK FOR OTHER AND BETTER OPTIONS.
    AFTER ALL INTEGRATING IT TO CHINA MAY OFFER MORE INCENTIVES AND BENEFITS THAN INTEGRATING IT TO INDIA. JUST IMAGINE BEING A PART OF CHINA AS OPPOSED TO INDIA. PERSONALLY , I WOULD CERTAINLY OPT FOR CHINA THAN INDIA. I AM IN LOVE WITH CHINESE PEOPLE, ITS HISTORY, ITS CULTURE AND ITS SOCIAL, THE MORAL AND ETHICAL VALUES OF CHINESE SOCIETY ARE MORE CLOSE TO MY HEART THAN INDIANS. MOREOVER I LOVE AND ADMIRE THE HONESTY AND HARD WORKING HABIT OF CHINESE. MY CHINESE STUDENTS WERE ALWAYS GOOD AND HARD WORKING AS OPPOSED TO MY INDIAN STIDENTS. THE SAME GOES TO MY CHINESE MENTOR DURING MY PH D WHOM I FOUND VERY CONSIDERATE AND FRIENDLY AS OPPOSED TO INDIANS WITH WHOM I HAD WORKED FOR SOMETIME. I FOUND INDIANS AND PAKISTANI DOMINATING, TRICKEY AND LAZY MOST OF THE TIME.
    aLSO, THERE IS A BETTER OPTIONS THAN THE PROPOSED INTEGRATION INTO EITHER INDIA OR CHINA. FOR EXAMPLE, LEASING THE COUNTRY TO THE US OR JAPAN FOR A PERIOD OF HUNDRED YEARS UNDER CERTAIN DEFINED TERMS AND CONDITIONS. THE NEXT IS TO TENDER IT INTERNATIONALLY FOR MERGER OR ACQUIZATION. NEPAL AND ITS PEOPLE WOULD CERTAINLY BE BETTER OFF IF IT IS ACQUIRED BY NATIONS LIKE JAPAN OR THE US.
    AS FAR AS ACQUISATION AND INTEGRATION IS CONCERNED THE COUNTRY WILL BE BETTER OF EVEN IF IT IS TAKEN OVER BY FINLAND, SWEDEN OR NORWAY. IN ANY CASE MERGER TO INDIA IS CERTAINLY NOT A GOOD AND ONLY ONE OPTION. INDIA STILL REMAIN A DESPOTIC UNJUST UNDEMOCRATIC AND MISERABLE NATION DESPITE ALL THOSE BIG TALKS ABOUT IT.

    NEXT, I CAN PROPOSE ANOTHER OPTION WHICH INVOILVES HELDING A REFERENDUM IN WHICH THE CITIZENS OF NEPAL ARE TO CHOOSE WHETHER THEY WANT TO BE INTEGRATED INTO INDIA, CHINA, ANY DEVELOPED NATION OR LIKE TO REMAIN AS AN INDEPENDENT NATION. IN THIS REGARD, I ASSUME THAT THE MADHESI PEOPLE WOULD CERTAINLY VOTE FOR INDIA AND I SUGGEST THAT THEY SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO DO SO GIVEN INDIANA RETURNS DAARJEELING, SIKKIM AND UTTARANCHAL TO NEPAL UNDER SIMILAR BALLOT.

    THE REALITY IS THAT NOT EVERYONE IS IN NEPAL IS OPEN TO THIS DISCUSSION. TO MANY THIS MESSAGE CAN BE SHOCKING AND PROVOCATING. IN ANY CASE, THERE IS YET ANOTHER ISSUE THAT NEED ADDRESS BEFORE TENDEING NEPAL’S SOVEREGENEITY TO INDIAN. IT IS A FACT THAT NOT EVERYONE IN THE PRESENT NEPAL MAY OPT FOR INDIAN CITIZENSHIP AND THIS FACT CANNOT BE IGNORED. FOR EXAMPLE, THERE ARE PEOPLE WITH MONGOLOID FACE AND YELLOW SKIN WHO MIGHT BE BEETER OF WITH CHINA THAN WITH INDIA, AND WHO MAY OPT FOR INTEGRATION OF NEPAL INTO CHINA. IN THIS CASE THE PRESENT TERRITORY OF NEPAL NEEDS TO BE DIVIDED INTO INDIAN AND CHINA.

    ALSO, FROM NOW AND ONWARD, FOR OBVIOUS REASON, THE TARAI WHERE THOSE MADHESI PEOPLE LIVE SHALL ALWAYS GOING TO BE A PROBLEM FOR THE INTEGRITY AND SOVERENEITY OF NEPAL. MADHESI AND PAHDI PEOPLE ARE QUITE DIFFERENT PEOPLE IN TERMS OF TEMPERAMENT, VALUES, THE WAY PEOPLE LIVE AND THINGS ARE DONE IN SOCIETY, PROMPTING TENSION BETWEEN THESE TWO COMMUNITIES. SINCE MADHESI HAVE STARTED SHOWING UP THEIR TEMPER BY CHALLANGING THE REGIME AT KATHMANDU, NEPAL SHALL NEVER REMAIN THE SAME UNITED NATION AS IT HAVE BEEN FOR THE PAST 50 YEARS PLUS. FROM NOW AND ON WARD, IT IS OBVIOUS THAT THE MADASHI AND PAHADI WILL SHARE A NEIGHBOURHOOD WITHOUT TRUST AND CONFIDENT FOR EACH OTHER, MUCH IN THE SAME WAY AS IT IS IN JAFFNA IN SRI LANKA. SO BEFORE PROBLEMS GROW WROST FROM BAD IT IS BETTER TARAI WHERE MADHESI LIVE BE SWAPPED WITH DARJEELING, SIKKIM AND UTTARANCHAL WHERE MAJORITY OF NEPALI LIVE. AT ANY RATE IT IS TIME THAT KATHMANDU APPROCHED NEW DELHI WITH THIS ISSUES IN AGENDA. IT IS THE BEST BARGEN AND A SOLUTION A SOVEREIGN NEPAL CAN EVER HOPE FOR IN TERMS OF AVOIDING ETHNIC CONFLICTS BETWEEN PAHADI AND MADHASI.

    NOW, TO THOSE WHO THING NEPAL HAD BEEN AN INDEPENDENT NATION I HAVE EQUALLY BAD MESSAGE. NEPAL NEVER HAD BEEN AN INDEPENDENT NATION SINCE ITS FOUNDATION. THE FACT IS THAT THROUGH OUT ITS HISTORY NEPAL WAS NEVER A FREE AND INDEPENDENT COUNTRY. IT WAS WORST THAN A COLONY, IT WAS A PROTECTORATE OF BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY AND WHOEVER HAVE BEEN THE RULER AT KATHMANDU HE/SHE HAD BEEN THE BLESSING OF BRITISH. HAD NOT HE BEEN BLESHED BY THE BRITISH RESIDENT IN CULCUTTA HE WOULD NEVER BE ABLE TO BE A RULER AT KATHMANDU. THE SAME GOES TO TRIBHUWAN, HAD HE NOT BEEN BLESHED BY NEW DELHI NEPAL WOULD HAVE BEEN A FREE AND DEMOCRATIC NATION SOME 50 YEARS AGO. I AM BRINGING THIS INTO LIGHT BECAUSE I FOUND YOU PEOPLE MISGUIDED BY THE HISTORY OF NEPAL FABRICATED BY SHAR-RANA REGIME.
    NOW, AS FAR AS INDIA IS CONCERNED I HAVE FOUND SOME OF THE INDIANS SO NEIVE AS MOST NEPALI ARE. INDIAN NEVER WAS A UNITED NATION BEFORE BRITISH DID THE UNIFICATION JOB FOR THEM. SO BRINGING A HISTORICAL INDIA TO LIGHT IS EQUIVALENT TO FABRICATING AND FEEDING THE NEWS OF ITS ADVANCEMENT IN ELECTRONIC AND NEUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY TO THOSE POOR INDIANS. INDIAN NEUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY DOES NOT EVEN MATCH TO THAT OF 60 YEARS OLD NEUCLER TECHNOLOGY OF RUSSIA AND THE US. ITS ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY AT BEST MATCH FRIST GENERATION OF ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY. WITHITS TALENTS AND MONEY IT HAS NOT EVEN BEEN ABLE TO DESIGN A MOTORCYCLE AND CAR ENGINE. THEY BUY IT FROM JAPAN.
    AMONG THE BILLIONS THE BEST PEOPLE INDIA PRODUCED of whom it can bost are Chandrashakar Subramaiam, Meghnath Shah, Satyndra Bose, and Khurana. VS Naipaul was born in Trinidad.

  • 21. Name  |  April 11, 2007 at 2:31 am

    Did Switzerland lose its existence amidst the bitter hatred of the world wars?

    Since the Sugauli Treaty and the 1950 treaty were signed, the Indian ruling class has always tried to cage Nepal and limit its growths……………we vow, in 50 years from now, Nepal will be one of the most developed nations in the world……….by most developed, we do not mean to possess superior military hegemony, we mean to boast one of the most advanced level of the happiness of the citizens.

    Whoever wants Nepal to merge into India…….think about your sons and daughters………….do you want to give them happiness ?

  • 22. Tarun  |  April 28, 2007 at 10:56 am

    I as a Indian would like Nepal to be part of Indian Union ,not because of reliegious backgrounds bz India is secular.But whether Nepal merge in India or not we would alwasy be friends and always be helping each other as we have done for past 2000 years.though Nepal as a Autonomous state would be more acceptable to Nepal and India, a win-win situation for both.

  • 23. santosh gupta  |  May 15, 2009 at 7:25 pm

    ******************************************************************************************************************************All i believe is that, It is better to be a king of Hell than becoming a Slave of Heaven.****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

  • 24. Surav Pradhan  |  May 16, 2009 at 3:42 am

    what a disgrace!!! how can u even emagine to let the dhotis rule our country. u little swine. (sorry people couldnot help myself). lau netaharu le kehi nagarepani hami sabaijana milera es banau bhanne kaha kaha mulo ta dhoti haru lai desh deu banchha. timiharu jasto manchhe le garda desh ugho lagna nasakeko ho…

  • 25. Santosh  |  May 17, 2009 at 6:02 am

    Forget about the integration of Nepal with India,we will in no case
    accept the slavery under a foreign government.
    So better forget about the integration and try to do something
    which will make our Nepal stable. Day by day we r facing a new problem, no electricity,bad roads,no bridges,poverty is growing every day, seems like our Nepal which was like Heaven once is changing into a Hell just because of those greedy,selfish and bastard politicians….
    By now everyone i suppose is clear with the ambitious intentions of the maoists to capture the entire state of Nepal, if not then please view Prachand’s video tape on youtube.
    Whether a Madeshi or a Pahadi If you are a true Nepali them just come forward and slain down those bastards who have bad eyes on our freedom…we are not going to just leave them and let them do what they want.Its our nation and we have to decide what type of future we are going to give to our later generations…

  • [...] There was a big Nepal, which later reduced to the current area of 147,181 km sq. Many news appear in media that India is encroching the land of Nepal, by replacing the marking stones. Read an article, that is at least 10 years ol, for a lot of other issues. [...]

  • 27. Jyapu Shrestha  |  July 10, 2009 at 6:04 pm

    i second A Berg’s posting. I have quite a number of friends from Southern India and parts other than Northern India and i speak a lot better hindi than they do.. which is merely a phrase with “bad” hindi grammar. They have their own regional/ ethnic languages and if a tamil speaker wants to communicate with someone who speaks marathi, they simply switch to english. i’ve learnt a lot from what all that implies in terms of their relation to india as a “hindu nation”.

    There seems to be quite a few naive assumptions of unification and saathi-bhai living in harmony assumptions (Tarun’s posting)… while the “you’re welcome to india” message is cute.. your love for your neighbors doesn’t necessarily have to end up in inviting them to live under your roof for the rest of their & your lives. you cannot speak for the entire indian population — it is not your house you’re welcoming nepalis to… and if you think your country is your house — you may want to double check on that — there are a lot more devils that dwell under the roof :)

    India is indeed a British creation.. and we know the era around which “Nepal” was created. Identifying ourselves as Nepali has serves and continues to serve a lot of practical functions; however, it shouldn’t be the core faith that we need to cling to and think through at all times. We all know we have a lot of differences, a lot of diversity… they should not be homogenized under the “haami nepali” or a “hindu desh”slogan. it is not only necessary to practice nepal’s sovereignty in relation to india (or the rest of the world), but also our individual ethnic sovereignties in relation to what we call “nepal” (whatever meanings we’ve associated with it), as well as the sovereignty of our individual selves in relation to whatever ethnic groups we belong to.

    kiran, your idea of education if not appealing to me.. i grew up with 20 years of that inculturation, and am now trying to undo it. your idea speaks to me of curtailment. and i ain’t a fan of that no more.. and i wouldn’t send my kids to that either.

  • 28. someone  |  August 20, 2009 at 4:56 pm

    Where in India is Mecca for Hindus?

  • 29. Raj  |  August 20, 2009 at 5:17 pm

    I am an Indian.

    India is the European Union of the Indian Subcontinent. It is up to Nepal to join the Indian Union. If the Nepalese do not want to join, it is their loss.

    I personally feel that Nepal and the rest of India have a compatible culture and are part of the same civilization. Nepalese can however think differently.

    Whereas India would be touching the moon, sailing the oceans and becoming a major economic power in the future, each and every India would be feeling the pride, be he a Tamil, a Telegu, an Oriya, a Bengali or a Punjabi. Nepal would not share in this pride. That is Nepalese choice.

    As part of India, a Nepalese can continue to have pride as a Nepali, but also have the additional pride of being an Indian, a part of a larger civilization and nation. By becoming Indian nobody is taking away your Nepalese identity.

  • 30. un  |  August 24, 2009 at 7:17 pm

    to-raj,
    just shut up u idiat nepal is not your indian terrotorry as u told “as a part of india….” understand???????????
    just go to have the shits of the european

  • 31. sachin  |  September 6, 2009 at 6:36 pm

    In today’s world there are hardly any examples of a country getting merged into another country. I wish all prosperity to Nepal and I hope my country, India, will respect Nepal’s integrity, sovereignty. In India we have great respect for Nepal as its our only all weather friend and cultural cousin. We are always there for you. Please don’t break this trust and heart our feelings by aligning or trying to get close to China. You can either have India or China but not both! If you don’t wish it, there will not be any kind of merger. We are fine with our land and our people.

  • 32. Srishti  |  September 25, 2009 at 6:01 am

    My visit to this website was serendipitous. I was outraged when I read the “Ten Reasons Why Nepal Should Join India”. Joining India was obviously outraging; more astounding was people’s desire to become parasite of other country. Hats off . I am a Nepali and my country is my pride and responsibility. And it should be responsibility of every Nepali. I absolutely agree that Nepal is lagging behind the world; it is regressing to the Stone Age. So, all of us (Nepali) should think about how to develop our country and how to make it a better place. But joining India is the worst idea; the idea that not only hurts the pride or esteem of Nepali but also makes the situation in the country worse. No offence to India.
    Problems are rife in Nepal. If you talk about illiteracy and other problems, then is not it your responsibility to solve the problems? Those who propose these irrational ideas must be university graduates or at least literates; can’t they make at least one person literate? Why rely on other countries? Why blame on politicians? Have they ever thought why India is skyrocketing in the development? It’s because they are patriotic and not losers like us (with few exceptions-there are great Nepalis too). They are devoted to their country; that’s why they are developed; they are even able to launch their space programs. I envy them. Shame on us; we want to rely on other countries.
    All Nepali should think about “The Hundred Reasons How to Make Nepal a Better Place” but without obliterating the existence of Nepal. Being a Nepali, how could somebody even think of joining other country? Once again, no offence to other countries.
    To all those who believe Nepal should join India or China or any other country in the world, I ask you a question, “Have you ever attempted to contribute something to make your country better?” If you have not, then give a try. And you have no rights to advocate/make such an irrational statement/thought.
    I love my country and give my best to help it flourish. If you want to join me, you are welcome.
    Jai Nepal!

  • 33. nerabi  |  November 20, 2009 at 8:26 pm

    Ma mare pani mero desh baanchi rakhos
    Himal ko takura ma Nepali ka pakhura ma
    Chandra da surya ankita jhanda
    phar phara naachi rakhos
    jai nepal

  • 34. kgd  |  January 31, 2010 at 7:36 am

    For starters, I live in New Zealand, and I am an Indian and have just happened to come across this article. I am a professor at a university, and have shown this article to other professors. The following sums up our thoughts -
    Those who criticize India, saying that its technology is years behind from USA’s, Japan’s, China’s etc. have been blind to the fact that most of American technology is designed by Indians – eg. 37.84% of NASA employees are Indian Nationals, not even including PIO’s. Those who do not agree with this are fool hardy and have no experience in life whatsoever. And I commend Srishti on examining what NEPAL can do better, rather than blaming everything on India. Its not as if India has no problems, illiteracy and poverty are rife, but should Nepal ask, India would be glad to take it under its wing. However, it is the Nepalese who should choose whether joining the Indian Union is right for them, and India must respect the decision of the Nepalese people, whatever it may be. Though, there are many benefits of joining India, it must be noted that the only real issue that Nepalese state on this article are that its culture and identity will be lost, however we in NZ, find this not to be true. India has never been a whole country, culturally and linguistically, however the thing that binds all in South Asia whether they come from Tamil Nadu, Sri Lanka, Bengal, Sikkim, Punjab, Nepal, Myanmar and, to a certain extent, even Tibet is the HISTORY and HERITAGE, which cannot be forgotten; this is what the British used to bind India together as one nation, and Nepalese culture and identity will be preserved as other cultures in India. However, when the British set about conquering India, they used the standard DIVIDE AND CONQUER technique, using this they made us fight amongst ourselves, and eventually took over the whole region. Remember, India was everything as far west as Afghanistan and as far east as Myanmar. During our independence we could have chosen not to repeat our mistake, by dividing again, but we did and all we are left with is India and Pakistan always at the brink of war, Sri Lanka is fighting rebels, and Punjab and Bangladesh are divided. Then India decides to go and make the problem worse, by dividing the country into 28 states and 7 Union Territories. Indians have started realizing this problem, and that is why many Indians support Nepal joining India. Now it is the Nepalese who should realise the problem, and at least attempt to fix it, if not joining the Indian Union, at least help make SAARC a more influential system like the European Union has done to Europe. What Srishti says is true, Indians are patriotic, that is because we are such a diverse nation, should Nepal choose to join, then they too will be proud of being part of a diverse nation. Finally, to all who live in South Asia, remember UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL, so put aside all differences and come together to make a better South Asia FOR South Asians.

  • 35. Savar  |  July 20, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    hey all.. who invited these illiterate security guards to join INDIA? Do we want to waste our money and time for these parasites who earn from India and talk against India?

  • 36. YKS  |  July 22, 2010 at 5:39 am

    @34- Tero bau jahtha chikpa.

  • 37. Prasanth  |  August 22, 2010 at 10:02 am

    Being an Indian , I would be happy to see Nepal joining us. At the same time i am afraid that it might cause instability in the region, seeing how some of the Nepalese respond to the merging of two countries. Also, some nepali politicians dont like india as well.
    But it is better to be a joint big country than to be a small country. Because small countries can still be attacked and ruled by the europeans,if they start the colonization thing again.

  • 38. Nishan  |  September 1, 2010 at 5:57 am

    Lets sell India to the Britishers for the same above reason..and then we will sell Nepal to britishers so we will have better purchasing power and our 100 rupees wil be 100 pounds (ie rs10000). It will be a far better choice than going for Rs 160, isnt it…

    For money, u can sell anyone..By the way did ur mother and father read it…Please explain what u have written to them…they will commit suicide..coz ur parents would not be willing to be slaves of Indian though he might be a poor farmer…a farmer dont sell his land even a small piece of it..coz they claim it to be their mother who feed them…i m wasting time here in writing all these because i know u will not understand….

  • 39. Mahesh  |  October 10, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    Great! Let the discussion continue……

  • 40. Niket  |  October 30, 2010 at 10:11 am

    @ Nishan
    i want to ask nishan , that to be a part of india mean selling your country or your parents. Indias population is 82% hindu. also nepal is a hindu dominated country. with India Nepal can better preserve its cultural, social, religious integrity.India before its indepence was divided into many individual princely states. Nepal was one of them. well i just want to say that indian govt has no ambitions to acquire Nepal as its territory. I just want you all people that show respect to each other country. Afterall we are human first than a nationale. Live as you want to live. Nobody from india is pressurizing to join india. Thank You

  • 41. Rahul Patil  |  November 20, 2010 at 3:49 am

    Nepali’s integrate with Indians? Impossible! Iam an Indian i have nepali friends..Once i had an argument with a nepali regding nepal-india relations..I offcourse dont know much as since childhood i only recall hearing nice things about nepal,how its a hindu nation,how you dont need visa to travel there etc Even our security guard is a nepali and is very kind person.
    But sweet sugary coating aside,the nepali fellow started saying india is encroaching our land,i hate india and stuff and i got pissed off.. Honestly speaking,tell me this-International boundries are not marked by any land post but they are in records as satellite images etc,its impossible to grab even a metre of land..Secondly i dont want india to join Nepal or vice versa,because it will always be seen as India engulping a smaller nation.
    India is secular,democratic and a booming economy but you have to accept that it also has lots of negatives and we indians love it despite its negatives and i guess nepali’s will not do that..If nepal wants to join india,my heart says YES but my mind says its not possible now..Unification is more beneficial for nepalese than to indians in lots of ways..
    We are going to the moon and progressing,India and china’s development is said to be the story of 21st century..
    Nepal also has great potential to be a developed natiion but its almost unified with india,isnt it? you people are already bearing the negatives aspects of unification but are away from positive aspects like centre’s help economically,disaster management etc..And Iam a Maratha and Iam a proud one but alsi iam a proud Indian so love my country..

  • 42. vishruth  |  February 13, 2011 at 6:47 am

    dear bibuti nepal
    i am from india please suggest your government to add nepal to india we will help nepal become powerful like india help you from the encroaching of china

  • 43. Prachand Man Pradhan  |  March 20, 2011 at 3:48 pm

    Mr. Bibhuti Nepal’s cheap ideas can’t be digested. He should have thought how many parts of India with Nepalese stronghold have been developed as compared to other parts of India. So, I think it is time for such people to merge themselves to the country of their desire rather than thinking of such foolish ideas. Such people are better off than remain in our country. I don’t know why some people are born destructive.

  • 44. Janak  |  April 13, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    If I could, I would hang this Bibhuti to death in the center of the city and invite all the country fellows to celebrate while watching his departure toward hell.

  • 45. kamaljit singh  |  June 1, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    i am of the veiw that one should not be slave of even GOD leave aside country like india with many conflict with in.NEPAL should have its own identity preserved.as nepal is never been colonised is a slap on the face of we indian. even countriy like THAILAND IS NEVER COLONISED, recently i was in THAI LAND , when my tour guide told this , i really felt ashamed.

  • 46. Raja  |  July 8, 2011 at 5:19 am

    To Savar @35. Listen Nepalis are not your security guards. Few Nepalis have worked as security guards because they got that job from Indians because rich Indians don’t believe their own poor Indians are honest enough. India is a country where Prime ministers, professors, elites, all keep maids and treat them like slaves, they call them “Nokar”. Well, a lot of poor Indians do “Boot police” job in Nepal. What do you think about that?

    Sun may rise from the west, but Nepal can never be a state of any country, FORGET INDIA.

    Some Indian fellas are showing kindness saying, “you are welcome if you would like to join”. Does it remind anybody of the story of how the wolf gobbled the ginger bread man?

    To kgd @34: You should understand what it means to people when it comes to their identity. Why do we all have names? If you have no name, you are nobody. Also keep in mind that Nepal was never a part of any union since its existence. How about we stand together as best neighbors?

    At last, to this person who (whether you are a Nepali or an Indian) wrote this article, how could you even think of such idea of merging Nepal into India and hurt the sentiment of 30 million Nepalis. It is outrageous, unacceptable, shameful, I have no words to describe it any further.

  • 47. Gu khau  |  July 18, 2011 at 5:45 pm

    Dont interfare in others internal matter u indian parasites, im damn sure china will eat u up.

  • 48. Gu khau  |  July 18, 2011 at 5:50 pm

    Lado kha dhoti

  • 49. saurav  |  September 25, 2011 at 10:00 am

    Hey
    All my Nepalese Mates…
    I am from Bihar see, close to U & I am with U
    Why should NEPAL Join India???????? No No No INDIA IS BAD

    1> So what If NEPAL will join & in one night they will become from No Where to Nuclear Power I have paid my tax to govt… NEPAL will get this in one night absolutely Free. “No No No INDIA IS BAD” I am with U Mates
    2> So what that OBAMA already declared in his assembly that USA has already lost its future race to Country INDIA and CHINA which is the two biggest economies in the world. … NEPAL will get this in one night absolutely Free. “No No No INDIA IS BAD” I am with U Mates.
    3> So what Whole WORLD including UR dear European countries Opening for INDIA and its conditions because they have no choice as because of INDIA has Cheap & Efficient & Hard working labors and HUDGE GROWING .. MARKET … FRENDLY in nature to all countries Be it EROPE, FAR EAST, GULF or OTHERs with excellent Communication skills & VERSATILITY & Excellent Compatibility in NATURE A stone for MORDEN INDIA == THIS IS NOT INDIA “ ITS TEAM INDIA “ NEPAL will get this in one night absolutely Free. “No No No INDIA IS BAD” I am with U Mates.
    4> CHINA has already declared in its assembly that INDIA will surpass its economy by 2050 and WILL BECOME WORLDS BIGGEST ECONOMY WHICH WILL DRIVE THE WORLD IN FUTURE!! Because INDIA IS Human based RESOURCE ECONOMY where as CHINA runs only on its RESOURCE which will decline in future … MORDEN INDIA invests more on its HUMAN development Capabilities… NEPAL will get this in one night absolutely Free. “No No No INDIA IS BAD” I am with U Mates.
    5> Indian film industry which is multi-lingual and has become world largest & world Most Profit earning film industry Beating HOLLYWOOD. Even Manisha koirala came here earned money and went back.… NEPAL will get this in one night absolutely Free. “No No No INDIA IS BAD” I am with U Mates.
    6> India has 90% chance of becoming “PERMANENT MEMBER in UNITED NATION “Among various reasons one is as it is WORLDS BIGGEST DEMOCRATIC & OPEN COUNTRY & other major countries economy is getting dependent on it now & sooner or later. Germany has laid free education to any Indian student who what to study in Germany see recent visit of Germany Pri-minister, USA major change in policies more to India centric .. NEPAL will get this in one night absolutely Free. “No No No INDIA IS BAD” I am with U Mates.
    7> Other countries preferring INDIA rather CHINA as it has communist govt… & difficult to manage and hick up relations with US & Europe… So don’t go anywhere future is here!! .. NEPAL will get this in one night absolutely Free. “No No No INDIA IS BAD” I am with U Mates.
    8> India is the SUPER POWER OF FUTURE!!! ONE accepts or not it’s their wish no one bothers BUT?? If it happens NEPAL will also share its glory. Today is all about team work alone u r one but all five figure coming together it’s a punch & NEPAL will get this in one night absolutely Free.
    Ha Ha Ha!! “Jokes a part “ …………………………………………………….
    Well I can go on and on but what I feel joining or not joining it is not India’s business what is most important that the people Live once and dies … we all know the Country sit is manmade creation “this is MINE THAT IS URS” What is important is peoples life where ever it is in which ever so called country should live healthy and happy.
    All the best

  • 50. masnih  |  September 25, 2011 at 4:21 pm

    Writers wants f*** her mother by me.

  • 51. shashi  |  October 21, 2011 at 3:03 pm

    ok guys what ever be the reason… i tell u something.. there are two maps of old nepal. one in india and one in britan. if we found that map then you guyz are done thinking of Nepal. I would join china rather than india…

  • 52. shashi  |  October 21, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    another screwing think… u india sucks..really. i feel like u guyz are the most worse part of whole world….

  • 53. saurav  |  November 6, 2011 at 6:39 am

    @ 48 What u name Shashi !!
    it sounds u have a indian name SHASHI ..
    that makes us bro .. BROTHER

  • 54. saurav  |  November 6, 2011 at 7:22 am

    @50 Hi Shashi !! with indian name and same origin,, which makes us brother….
    So we both SucK !!!

  • 55. saurav  |  November 6, 2011 at 7:31 am

    @50 >> BROTHER Shashi with indian name…
    Which part ur from HAEN I GUESS!!

    Lot of food, Glory, and Prosperity
    Looks nice future for ur HAVEN !!
    Cheer up .. (@ @)
    ( % )
    ~~~~~~

  • 56. Nagachandra Gargish  |  December 3, 2011 at 10:42 pm

    Its relly a good discussion. I spent around 3 hours reading this.
    I have my personnel opinions and i am free to express as i am an Indian (Freedom of speech). and even my nepali brother comment on it ( Again freedom of speech). But can a chinese citizen have this freedom of speech.??

    One thing you have to keep in mind that each country will have
    1. Patriotic persons
    2. Anti social (national) persons
    3. people class striving for better improvements both personally and there by socially
    4. lazifellows, bastards, idiots ……

    India is having all the above. (All nations)

    but i am ashamed my self that we are not developed that we suppose from 1947.

    but the developments in the country triggered in late ninty’s
    but still we are very far away wen we compare ourself with china.

    The main factor is diversifiction (materilistic and behaviouristic )that we found in india (unique).

    Muslim, Minority and pseudo secularism factor is also has given contributions in decelerating the development. ( In broader sense)

    but india 2020 and 2040 will be completely different. (compare India 1990 with 2010)

    *# All the above matter is for those who blame and hate India with hidden mentality#*

    now come to the facts that Nepal – India

    (personel opinion)

    1) I wish to see nepal as independent Hindu nation (By default hindu nation means secular in nature, not like psedo secularism prevailed in india)

    2) Merging of nepal with china is suicidal because

    a. you will lose your culture
    b. you will lose your democracy, freedom of expression and other sub parts of these
    c. you will become a small fish in big ocean and you are lost and no where in the world
    d. chinese will use you to destroy or destabilize our south Asian reach culture ( What prachanda(mao) is doing)
    e. what china will give to you? why it has to give?
    no sentiments or feelings towards your ( our nepali) culture, religion, people, history, finally development
    f. Ia a global views India is having very few enemies like china, Pak.
    where as whole world (other than few nations) hate china.
    so china is the enemy for the the whole world and for the mankind with there poor moral levels.

    3) Merging of Nepal with Union of India.
    a. India is democratic and respects diversity (Highest rating in the world)
    b. You will be a part of worlds largest democracy and economy
    c. your culture and religion will be preserved and continue to grow. ( I am proud be a Hindu feeling merge each other)
    d. it is not parasitic or other meaning less words…..you will lose nothing and you may get 371act with special autonomous powers that jammu and kashmir is having presently.
    e. J & k has joined indian union very later with higher Muslim population, but still Union govt of india is spending thousands of crores for its securty, development and other civilian purposes.
    *f. so consider if you join your main hindu land (Bharatha khanda) than how much importance will be given to you as you are of in same culture and tradition.??
    g. One has to see how we are treating tebatian peoples in India with respect . did any country in the world did this? I can stongly comment on this because i am just 10 KM away from Tibetan champ in south Karnataka.

    so forget China first than think of independent stong nation (HINDU) if not Hug India with love. our habds are all ready up ….

    Thanks for reading my opinion and its completely personnel opinion.

  • 57. chandrashekhar singh  |  December 26, 2011 at 10:01 am

    we are welcome to the merger of nepal into India

  • 58. Anonymous  |  January 8, 2012 at 2:06 am

    Nepal must not be allowed to join India. Let them take care of their own problems. We have enough trouble in the eastern states. What does Nepal have to offer India?

    Nepal has played the balancing game between India and China for centuries. First between the Chinese empire and Indian kingdoms, and later the British Raj. Both sides were equally aggressive. But now, it is between aggressive PR China and peaceful India. The balancing game is over. Nepal will realise too late when it becomes a vassal state of China.

  • 59. Gurung  |  February 6, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    I second that. Everything is true that you pointed out. I really hope Nepal becomes a part of the Indian Union as we share close cultural and religious similarities. Besides with this current government, we are failing big time compared to any other Asian country. May peace prevail

  • 60. Tilopa  |  February 15, 2012 at 7:03 pm

    I don’t realize why people are antagonistic towards nepal union with india.
    To my Nepali brothers,i would like to say that what seperates us?
    Not even the boundary!
    We can go in each other countries without Visa!
    We have same religion!
    We worship the same god!
    Nepali is official language of India!

    And if Nepal becomes part of India then it will be a seperate state and you can continue with whatever you like but your economy will be integrated into india’s booming economy.And just think how great it would be!
    And there is no need of changing the name “Nepal”..it can be kept the same.
    Sikkim was not a part of india but it later joined with india and see how it is developing now.

    Just imagine a new beginning for NEPAL!

    Jai Hind!

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  • 63. bharat mata ka sapoot  |  February 21, 2012 at 6:31 pm

    nepali brothers become part of india we will also make tibet as part of india both nepal & tibet have cultural similarities with bharat become part of india and kill evils like pakistan & china

  • 64. anypeople  |  April 30, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    Share your mom with other people…. This is what you should do. I like India and Nepal. We are like brothers. But your judgement is shocking. But, this is your thoughts, not others.

  • 65. napoleon  |  June 5, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    i just wanted to say more the land,more we will emerge as a powerful nation,dominating the world a little more(size matters),see example of russia,u.s,china etc,this decision will also prove beneficial to nepal in many aspects,as told above
    just my personnel views
    thanks.

  • 66. Aerious  |  June 22, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    Why nepal should join india? Let them live their own lives. India is already having lots of problems to be solved. First of all we should bring back POK & Aksai chin. Then we can think about others. Now forget nepal, bhutan.

  • 67. TKD  |  September 4, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    for those of you who say India will split,, that’s never gonna happen. Its disgraceful people like you that is making this hype and hate towards India to split at your own political power. There are only hand full of states who will survive if it split. If Nepal wants to be part of India, thats Nepals choice, there is no gain to India but Nepal will gain a lot. Every state in India has power for its own boundary, the Federal is there to see if things are being done. So if things arent happening in your state your 1st thing isn’t to leave India, its to take it to your own state Gov’t. To me personally I’d like to see Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal back with India, Pakistan is a lost cause. India problems are going away as they start diverting populations from major cities to new towns and smaller cities inland, so that India as a whole can grow and not just busy cities. So stop hating and live life trying to make a change where you live.

  • 68. srisuraj1089  |  September 14, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    Reblogged this on srisuraj1089 and commented:
    United India

  • 69. Bhoot  |  September 28, 2012 at 3:54 am

    Nepal was never part of India…If it was, why would British just attack India but not Nepal??…Even Indians know that Nepal was never part of Nepal but it’s just that they want to show that they are superior….Indians want Nepal to be part of India because Nepal is the country where Gautam Buddha was born….because Nepal is the country where the highest mountain of the world, Mount Everest is Located. Indians want to show that they have it all…

  • 70. vikash  |  October 4, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    we r very happy to think nepal as the part of india . it can help both country , trust this is 90% lucrative for the people of nepal not by business but also geo. and political like j AND kasmir

  • 71. nepal zindabaad  |  October 7, 2012 at 5:33 am

    I wish our thinking could be a reality…..but reality is that everything doesn’t happen according to our thinking. so, stop being happy for your thinking that nepal is part of india …..that makes no sense.

  • 72. Nostalgic  |  October 16, 2012 at 3:49 pm

    Mr. Bibuti ur suggestion is like a chewing gum, initially it looks sweat but later on you keep on doing futile mastication. Instead of losing the sovereignty, how to gain advantage amidst two larger economies. If Nepal were to become part of India who knows, China may encroach its territories. Please do not force to marry your mother to rich neighbour to be a son of rich father. Try to uplift the status of your poor father.

  • 73. gorakhpuriya babu  |  November 12, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    This post is very disgusting…I mean why and how will Indian intellactuals even support such blatant ideas of unconcern while they better know that nepal as a neighbour did’t given any valuable things (and surely it can’t give too) to India that can be sum up to its glory except some unwanted terrorism,, insurgencies and social unrest with those unstoppable frequent migration floods with their aggressive attitude and behavior, in a region which is already been a ”headach” to our country…..
    further as a true Indian, i wish Indian army should brings it’s budget down by postponing gorkha regimes as British did it recently in the light of a new world order as it begines to prevail during 21st century onwards ,western authorities are really great foreseers and so thus great game players too…and we Indians openly admires their school of thought not only because it is contrasting with our owns but due to its constantly dynamic brainstorming evolution with its projection only tied up in future alone.I think that’s a major difference between federal democratic progressive giants like ”INDIA” and those legging mindset leaders with their people of the same like dictators of ”Pakistan ”, or unsecular ”Sri Lanka” ”Bangladesh” ”Nepal”, And of course fierce Monopolized China where head of their labor like citizens are kept always at gunpoint by their authorities with one hand, and declares its cultural integrity and trust in their system with other hand ,labelled as politically stable system. thank you.

  • 74. narupuran  |  November 13, 2012 at 12:27 am

    This is such ridiculous article after reading it i laugh and just want to say to Bhuvuti Nepal, Honesty can’t be expected from cheap people. We know we are against one world where there is no borders. If every country is trying to merge to make one world better places to live, fine. For you its hard to make you wake up and realize what we can do, if India is not showing their greedy eye to Nepal.
    All the citizen of one’s country do not want to make colonize of others. Its like you are handling your body to other. They can do anything. Miss Bhuvuti Nepal, without marrying would you like to hand over your body to anyone. I am sorry for saying this question. But i guess that’s only appropriate for you to wake up. Even if you are Indian, i guess it might realize you. Everybody want freedom. I don’t know why you are advocating for being slave.

  • 75. Vipan heer  |  November 15, 2012 at 9:40 am

    Hi, bhiputi what ever the facts you are mentioning here having a rational thoughts your article demonstrate that you hava a big vision with flexible ability to use your brain . I really appreciate your idea but what I think if India wants to show to world as Ashoka empire in which we all are united and we were ruling the world . But after that caste system
    Destroyed everything of morya emperor so this is the root of the all the major problems of India and the neibhouring countries as well . Looked at Pakistan now how USA taking advantage of Pakistan . USA troops in afghanistan there is no doubt but there aim is to capture all Pakistan to handle china which is coming rapidly as a world power . So the point I really want to mentioned here after India Pakistan is the strongest nation if we compare with Bangladesh desh , Bhutan , Burma , Nepal and Sri Lanka. So if USA easily can capture Pakistan then who’s knows their next target can be Burma , Nepal or Bangladesh these also are the soft targets as well . So the lesson we should learn from the past is unity is dignity , unity is pride , unity is power and strength means everything so I wish in future we have united India comprising of Nepal Burma and Bangladesh atleast or we can make our separate union like europion union and share our wealth and strength having a open border to all these countries and having a common currency as well .y best wishes to all who got this dream as true and patriotic person we have think about all our neibhouring nations at the we all India , Pakistan , Nepal , bangladesh , Burma ,and Sri Lanka are belongs to same root so we should show to the world our unite and pride best of luck for your great effort bebhuti

  • 76. Roshan Shah  |  December 7, 2012 at 1:35 pm

    Nepal and India are neighboring countries from many years now. In fact, continuously since 1947. Nepal and India share open boarder which is rare in whole of Asia continent. Nepal and India share common religions, culture, trade and many others things. Now query may arise why not Nepal should join India and be a part of India?? because we share so many things in common and yet Nepal has always maintained its independency and secularism from its early day of birth which India couldn’t. This makes Nepal a country of pride and dignity. Therefore, I would like to put this above question in opposite way, Why not India come under the umbrella of Nepal because we have the world’s most powerful and courageous humane armies , the GORKHA ARMIES. who can fight without a missile and rocket power. India will gain more security apart from its missile and nuclear power.Nepal and India share same religion and culture therefore, India will not have any problem in getting accustomed with Nepalese rituals.

    Also, Indians will get an opportunity to become the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Indians can say that we have world’s highest peak. They can also say that they are one of the richest countries in the water resources. Indians will be proud to see Pashupatinath in their own country, i.e., Nepal. Indians will also be able to say that they are the switzerland of Asia. After becoming Nepalese they don’t have to keep on encroaching their own land like Kalapani area, the trijunction area of Nepal, China and India. Also, they do not need to keep eyes on Nepal’s rich water resources and floras and faunas because it will be part of their own country, Nepal. India is the name given by the British therefore, India at the present do not have one formal name. They call themselves as BHARAT in HINDI and INDIA in English. A country is called the same name in whichever language it is pronounced……..Also, there are not even a single country in the whole world which has two names at the current 21st centuries. Many countries have been changed into another like Burma into Myanmar but India has two names. It gives them confusion about the real name about their own country. So, if they join Nepal they will come out of this funny but confusing situation………

    So, why not India join Nepal………?? lets’ join………….we are ready to merge you and will give you equal rights as Neaplese, Your land will not be treated as Birganj, or Biratnagar but as complete Nepal. Think about it………….you all will gain lots and lots of benefits which can’t be expressed in words.

    So, do not misinterpret my words Indian people. Indian people might feel bad or take it negatively as they have really poor in english in most of the remote areas of the country which lives under more poverty line than Nepal does……..So, think Indians think……..If you can’t then let’s stop from Nepalese side as well……as Nepalese will feel equally hurt as you all Indian people do…………

  • 77. Abhishek  |  January 19, 2013 at 10:37 am

    I think you are right.We nepali are feeling sort of inferority because of our poor economic condition and small land.we have low budget,hightax and debt,limited resource and we are surrounded by these 2 gaints.we donot have proper political stability.

  • 78. Rajesh  |  January 19, 2013 at 10:41 am

    when will it be possibel?i hope that time will come very soon.

  • 79. virus  |  January 19, 2013 at 11:12 am

    hey nepal.how much bribe have you taken from raut?

  • 80. Son  |  March 7, 2013 at 9:09 pm

    Nepal was part of the entire land known as “BharatKhand” The reference to Nepal can be found in holy texts.

  • 81. whatthefuss  |  April 29, 2013 at 4:59 pm

    and this is exactly why Nepalese don’t consider Madhesis to be Nepalese but illegal Bihari immigrants. And to all Indians who think Nepal is a poverty ridden hell, why don’t you ask your government to cut ties with Nepal once and for all.

  • 82. Keshav  |  June 7, 2013 at 3:37 pm

    Nepal will never join india.We need our land back which had been signed in treaty of saguali in 1816.indian the selfish they wanted freedom from british but they did not give the land captured by british.we are nepalese we will never join with indian the selfish.

  • 83. ARNAB CHATTERJEE  |  July 12, 2013 at 9:39 am

    Gone through all the topic for 2 hours!
    And in the end Found this whole discussion funny lol

  • 84. sujan shrestha  |  July 12, 2013 at 8:11 pm

    nepal will not accept that and india will not leave nepal alone for the security of their own land from china but i think one day will come when india and china will share nepal and world will watch it as they watched invasion in tibet by china and in sikkim by india. sadly im’ proud to be nepali by uncertain about future of my country.i dont like
    want world power they just do what is profitable for them.country with highest resource of the world are the countries with most conflict and
    i think it is all due to so called super power.

  • 85. sujan shrestha  |  July 12, 2013 at 8:12 pm

    jai NEPAL!!!

  • 86. manoj nepali  |  August 10, 2013 at 8:12 am

    The writer of this article is mad and he should be admitted to mental hospital. There are 40 crores poor people in India and there are many problems like drinking water, electricity and many more with India.It has not solved the problem of Bihar, It has been 50 years since independence but people are still poorest. How can it solve Nepal’s problem?

    The writer is insane. He is anti Nepali. He should be expelled from the country.

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  • 88. joel jamkatel  |  August 31, 2013 at 5:23 pm

    nepal will never join to india u got it ??? cunt

  • 89. john rich  |  September 15, 2013 at 2:44 am

    Dear Bibhuti Nepal,
    You should change your name Bibhuti Nepal to Bibhuti Indian, as you are trying to sell your nation to India. It is similar to you are sharing your wife with other person as in the name of merge. thanks for pointing 10 reason why Nepal should merge with indian now i am giving you 11 reason why india should join nepal.
    1. Nepal never ruled by other nation and till date Nepal wasn’t capture by any other nation like india as india was ruled by east india company in 100 yrs back. If they merge with Nepal, India will b known as too nation which is never ruled by other nation.
    2. Nepal has large capacity of electricity which mean india can get it in free if they merge with nepal.
    3. more than 7 regiments are gurkha army(orgin from Nepal) are protecting Indian border so if they merge they there wil b more regiemtns.
    4. As some cunt from india are claiming birth place of buddha was in india they dunt need to claim as they merge with nepal N they get name.
    5. we have many himalayas which are 8000m high if they join they can name it.
    6. if they merge will be nepal the trade between india will be cheapest.
    7. Indian governement are very much attract towards the herbs which are found in nepal so they can merge with nepal.
    8. One of the most beautiful nation where people want to live and work.
    9. The country of living goddess lik kumari the city of festival.
    10. Country of brotherhood where people from all religion live freely as in india there are many clash between different religion.
    11. Since, these are points are just the reply for the admin of the page. I am really sorry if I hurt my indian friends how can I be silent if they are saying to merge my nation with other nation we will die fighting with pride than with shame.
    Question for all my indian friends (what if china said to you will you merge with them if no. than why indian government are putting eagle eye on nepal? if small country like north korea, Iran can shae whole world we, gurkhas can do the same just dont wake up the sleeping lion)
    Jai Nepal & long live brotherhood between India and Nepal

    the cunt like this are the main reason for the collision between 2 nation.

  • 90. rocky jung  |  September 15, 2013 at 6:29 am

    ta randi ko choro bhibuti tero address lekh randi ko choro mackhini

  • 91. sunil b shah  |  September 22, 2013 at 8:31 pm

    dear vibhuti
    i am really happy to hear that thinks can be changed ,that i have dream ever ,you have positive mind and it should be, don’t bother with low mind people,,keep sugest good

  • 92. Nepalese_Nationalist  |  October 9, 2013 at 3:06 am

    HOW DARE YOU?

    Make the mistake thinking of Nepal as a “small unimportant, and poor” country and try to merge Nepal within India, as India has been trying to accomplish for decades now.

    BELIEVE ME, it will end with a BLOODY war, cause Pakistan and China will not allow this, NEITHER WILL THE NEPALESE tolerate this, IN FACT, Greater Nepal will be true in the near future.

    With continuous seizing of Nepalese land, India is only increasing Anti-India sentiment within Nepal.

  • 93. GreaterNepal  |  October 9, 2013 at 3:15 am

    1 NEW reason why you should be cut OFF ..

  • 94. CoolLion  |  October 20, 2013 at 10:15 am

    Honestly being a patriotic Nepalese it is a nightmare for me..but sadly the Indians have got a point..Still in my friendly opinion Nepal has not become that worse yet..I think if the government get’s it’s form back..Nepal Should be strong in no time..

  • 95. Dawa Lama  |  October 24, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    I know a lot of Madhesi people are Nepali people as well (except whoever wrote this crap_y article is an Indian mofo). I have got nothing against India.

    What is the fu__ing matter with u f___ing Madhesi c_nts? We Nepali have all this kinda problems only because of f___ing open border and u f___ing Madhishi c_nts. You f___ing Indian criminals came to Nepal to save ya f___ing life n you r dreamin to convert our country into your country.

    F__k off to your own country and stop writing sh_t f___ing article, will ya?

  • 96. hemrajjoshi81  |  October 25, 2013 at 10:53 pm

    it has been two years am here in India studying.I am from far western terai of Nepal. while i read this post i got confused either its of one of our madesies or of an Indian. and second thing i just wanted to ask to Mr Nepal what do you think ok if you unite with india, indian govemt will take you up on the parliament. My Bro you know what is the condition of biharies. how the treat people from UP,how south indians are treated in north and viseversa.we know Nepal has less to give, but just imagine is india so much of wonderland that you are sellin our own motherland upon which your idendity depend specially yours coz you are Mr Nepal. its good to be a analyst but dont please dont give your conclusions..

  • 97. Praveen Singh Rawat  |  October 29, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    (contd)….
    & I’m from Uttaranchal, I feel much colser to nepali culture rather than any other Indian, the most respeted state of India is “Pahadi” !!
    dont mix a Bihari with a pahadi

  • 98. MOONLIGHT  |  October 30, 2013 at 8:00 pm

    U all ‘dhoti’ indians are mentally gone and taking like this. If you want joining, then at first u go to feet of chaina and joint to chaina…….. You don’t have right to speak one word against nepal. U would have seen the peace of ‘GORKHALI KHUKURI’ but didn’t seen how thirsty is this to drink blood. GO TO HELL who imagine nepal will go to under of india… JAYE NEPAL JAYE GORKHALI…

  • 99. hemrajjoshi81  |  November 12, 2013 at 5:02 am

    this blog is made by a person hiding his identity just want to try to hit on the sentiment. oh man Bibhuti Nepal this guy has got his surname by the name of my country so that it can hit on the emotional nerve. and name of this website is about Madesi and this website worship india.. Man do understand a Thing we are small nation we cant technically stand in front of India but you have to thing at our back there is another Tiger China who wont let you to just sallow us so keep barking your terms. India was never a threat. the one who is threat is us if we let china in our internal affair then it will be a biggest lose for India. India is hungry to eat Nepal but my friend its chained. what to do India we are lucky even though politician are weak here we stand because you just can only dream…..

  • 100. Gobinda Khatiwada  |  November 12, 2013 at 5:48 am

    Instead of demanding our territories back from India you are talking about merging India and Nepal ? Are you India worshiper ?

  • 101. Arif G. Moinuddin  |  November 22, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    Hey, I am a Socialist, so I don’t say “Nepal should join India” or “India should join Nepal” but more like all countries in South Asia should form a Soviet bloc, like the Soviet Union.

    I am a 100% chapatti fed lungi clad Keralite Indian….but if Nepal gets too integrated w. India at this point as in form a common country, I fear Nepal’s culture will become like India’s- WHICH IS NOT GOOD.

    Ever since the 90s, India has become ultra materialistic. Fraud and cheating even on a friendship level is very high here. People don’t value human relations anymore. Even children kill parents over real estate disputes. I am a Keralite but when I go to Taj Mahal for a visit, I get treated like a tourist, even if I’m Indian. In India, value systems wise we are more selfish than so called “selfish cultures” like USA. People hardly share things anymore.

    I remember going to this town called Nepalgunj in Nepal. It was the complete opposite. When my local guide (a random guy I hired to show me around town) got his first round of pay from me, he immediately went over to his buddy’s house and gave him the cash because he was running into debt. His buddy didn’t even know me, I couldn’t even speak w.o my tour guide but the guy’s buddy treated me as his family member. Will u ever find this type of a scene in India??? I am sad to say- no. Maybe in 1977 but not in 2013. I don’t materialism to take shape in Nepal, which will happen if they integrate w. us.

    Indian culture is also EXTREMELY uptight. In India, your “habits” like smoking cigarettes, using bhang, using daru etc., defines your character more so than how u behave w. people less fortunate than u. If you drink bhang (even if it is legal in places like Rajasthan), you will find it HAAAARD to marry, even if you are successful. Does Nepal need such a bigoted & ultra uptight culture?

    To cut it short, India can be compared to modern Japan and Nepal can be compared to 1930s Japan (in my experience) culture & outlook wise. In general Nepal is just a much more peaceful & laid back culture, not a fast paced individualistic stress to the brim 0 trust uptight culture as India is.

    India needs to change its culture BIG TIME and fix itself before worrying about its neighbors. For now, let Nepal be Nepal and let India fix India.

  • 102. Nationalist  |  November 28, 2013 at 12:03 pm

    Huh, Nepal should join India? You idiots think we will sell our Nation for Rs. 60 (160-100)????

    Well, then — India should merge with USA, I can give you 3 reasons for this:

    1. Indian currency will be Rs. 50 stronger
    2. Both US and India hate China and Pakistan
    3. Both US and India want their own control over Nepal, and want to prevent Nepal’s friendship with China.

    Nepal rocks, like it or not, your shitty RAW is only temporarily disabling us, soon Nepal will be back in it’s line, we will regain the land that RIGHTFULLY BELONGS TO US.

    ALL HAIL THE GERATER NEPAL, FOREVER

  • 103. Rupesh  |  December 30, 2013 at 12:09 pm

    This topic is more like a fiction which seems better, feels better but has very small realistic possibility( of truth as well as existence).
    I am a Nepali(Madhesi) and I am working in a software company in India.
    It would be very helpful and easy for me if Nepal gets merged in India or vice-versa in every aspect( be it cultural, technological, economical or anything else)…. BUT …. Is it realistic?
    What is the guarantee that the above mentioned 10 points will really be reflected by two-bodies.(except for some obvious points like 100-60).
    In my opinion: As of today’s world, thinking about this possibility is a waste of time, opinion, and intellect. This is not feasible and majority of Nepalese will oppose it, most international bodies will oppose it, and the history of Nepal will surely hate it. No country in this whole world will ever accept to be merged in any other country.

    Yes, India could be the best friend we could get thus we should become friends and not anything else.
    IN SPITE OF THINKING ABOUT THIS POSSIBILITY WE CAN THINK OF MORE PRACTICAL WAYS TO BOOST OUR RELATIONSHIP AND ECONOMY.

    1. We can ask for the establishment Indian companies in Nepal for which we can give extended support, by which both parties will benefit.
    2. Similar to EU, we can encourage “South Asian Free Trade Area” which has already initiated. By this the trade b/w SAARC countries will be free and not only the two countries but all 8 countries can benefit from it.
    3. We can offer better opportunities to India entrepreneurs.
    4. We can offer better hospitality to India tourists( because most the international tourists coming to Nepal are from India).

    There are many other things which we can think about, other than enslaving us to some greater power. We should improve ourselves rather than seeking refuge to anyone.

    First of all we should open up our minds and vote so that the country could be stable. ( well its shame for me as I am unable to cast vote due to my Job, though I ask others who are there in Nepal)

    *Personal view, anyone having contradictory belief should not get hurt by this*

  • 104. Sam  |  January 1, 2014 at 7:56 pm

    As an Indian I don’t agree to this merger of Nepal with India. Nepal is a sovereign nation and we respect its integrity. There has never been a discussion in India on these lines. Some freak may have made such a statement , that doesn’t have any value.Nepal and India are partners and will continue to remain so.India will not get anything significant by Nepal merger. We are yet to fully develop our north-eastern and eastern regions and bring them to an all India standard of living. Lets focus on that first. Someone above was having a wet dream of India disintegrating and Indian’s living on British build trains, colleges, schools etc and comparing with China. That poor soul has never seen 21st century India or Indians.

  • 105. sudesh  |  January 3, 2014 at 4:35 am

    Nepal will never join with india. We can’t even think about that because though undeveloped country nepal is but you can see how much we do believe in our country. We just love it. and it is not necessary to join even the culture is similar. our self esteem doesn’t give us to do that because firstly we have been living as the citizens of a soverign nation since our birth and scondly india doesn’t have long independant history it was under british rule as everybody knows but nepal has been independent since its formation as a unified nepal.

  • 106. Mahesh Shrestha  |  January 6, 2014 at 6:56 am

    Are you Nepali or an agent of the Indian government.? Because no true son of Nepal would ever write this. PN Shah, Kalu Pande and Bahadur Shah, spilled their blood to unite us. You know Balbhadra Kuwar? He fought the British empire, the largest empire to ever exist with a poorly armed Gurkha army. We had to give up some territory, but we kept the British out of Nepal. And if we just abandoned nepal, then what about the blood and sweat of the great Gurkha that made Nepal possible. If PN shah didn’t unite us, if we got scared of the Brits, we would be just a state of India. But because of them, we are free. Were poor, small, weak but free and freedom is important to Nepali people. So if we just became a part of India, what about the lives and souls of our ancestors? Did they die for nothing?
    If India ever tries to take over Nepal, I will just grab a khukuri and get out on the streets, screaming JAYA MAHKALI, AYO GORKHALI and fight all I can. Of course, India has technology that could kill me in a second, but it is better to die for something than live for nothing

  • 107. sudesh  |  January 6, 2014 at 9:30 am

    Sathi vanum ki bro vanum tapailai. But my best gratitude for you. Yo des lai maya dekhauni hami( pahadi) le nai ho. Hats off to u

  • 108. Bhimsen  |  January 18, 2014 at 4:10 am

    what the hell this Indain maid is talking…do you think you will get +ve response so you wrote this article….never talk abt this in front of Nepali coz your head wont be in your top anymore …… you might have sold your mother to the kothis of india…so again wanna sell motherland to India again…..

  • 109. ghimire  |  January 18, 2014 at 8:45 am

    Im an indian citizen, my parents r of nepali origin. They came to india 30 years ago in search of better life n r settled here since then. So did they get a better life here in India? The answer is yes! I can say that with proud. Last year i visited many parts of nepal and i was totally amazed with the natural beauty of the country. However, as far as the development is concern, only KTM is developed to the international std. Rest of the country is very poor, lacking basic amenities like roads, proper house, schools, industries, electricity etc. Now as far as our topic of murger is concern, ppl will say that India also has under developed states like bihar, up etc. And the issue of corruption! Butbthe hope development with india is fery high. See indian states like punjab, Gujrat and Haryana were very least developed 10 years but now they r one of the best states! So considering this if Nepal joins india then nepal will be s developed state withhin 10 years.

    for those patrotic nepalese who r against the murger, pls answer y nepalis r working for indian n british army? Have u scene any other country that allowed its citizens to do it? The murger is very important for ppl of nepal n im a firm blver thst it will happen wihin next 05 years!

  • 110. sudesh  |  January 26, 2014 at 11:44 am

    See here comes another raw agent. Oe mug ta dhotini haru ko puti sungna gais vandaima hamro k sarokar??? Hami lai afno pahixan lattyaera dhoti haru ko vaat khanu xaina. Talai k tha hami lai kati garva xa , kati biswas xa afno des prati. Ta lai india le bikas deko xa vane afai bas tyo bikas khaera. Yaa aaera badi bolne hoina. Awasar pae paxi jo ni janxa bitch! Ki ta tero sena le yaha aaera varti nai kholna hunnathyo. Nakholnu varti khole paxi jo ni janxa army maa.

  • 111. sudesh  |  January 26, 2014 at 11:48 am

    Ani k vantis re!!!! 5yrs vitra merger hunxa re!!! Yedi vayo vane sab vanda paila talai tero ghar vitra aaera xapkauni ho

  • 112. samarpan  |  February 22, 2014 at 6:43 pm

    Shame on u …first change ur surname Bibhuti..u don deserve to b a Nepalese…as expected..wt wud sumbdy can expect from madhesi fonts..India is living on sucking up 1.23b people..sucking from evry sector..dy collect the revenues and make highways and collect again from dr…Indian market is fully dependent on outsourcing..if west stops it and deviate dr way to odrs…imagine how recession ‘ll lead dm to famine and make dm suffer like a fish b wdout water..millions of Indians moving to foreign region..dy only dont have opportunitiz and getting dreams on high..see Bibhuti d country z in present condition bcoz of we Nepalese..we are d one who need development but arent ready to co-operate government if dt costs lil bit of our personal property,we are d 1 who know d parties very well..still we r biased based on political parties,30 million people r divided based on parties..if so when wud unity comes,So b unbiased to any parties,support 1 who z correct currently..if stability prevails nd all pending hydro,road and bio-tech projects 1nc accompolishd i bet u ds jerks will b no where infront of us..”ll take a great leap in 5-10 yrz..dr r so many small country wd small economy,wt do u mean dy dont have any existence…needs to b merged??don luk at grooming present Indian economy and get enticed with..hw it wud b if we make d similar of ours??do u realy think out culture and existence wudn b in shade??definately it wud b..Indian culture and glory is dominated by sum northern states,odrs are living under d legendary of doz..do u want to b one of dm??already many tamilians and keralians has asked for separate nation..do have core hatred with hindi language n northies..i myself have made a study and observance about it..d true citizen of the country z dt who never ever compromiz with respect to his countrys solidarity,soverginty and dignity whatevr d condition z…we may stumble but dont get crumbled down again..coz we gonna get stable again,coz dr z no person or country dt dictates ur correct identification and breeze of liberty odr dn ur country nd ur ppl..u may sniff out wealth and prosperity but u wud never forgiv urself dt u had sumthng n u lost it ..nw ur wid nothng evn though u have…so b strong and strong enough to combat ds debacles..1day definately dawn vl cum clipping away ds dusk..

  • 113. samarpan  |  February 22, 2014 at 7:31 pm

    And 1 mur thing ds dream of Indians wud b nightmare fur dm…and moreover it wont happen till China And Pakistan are dr…

  • 114. roshan bashyal  |  March 7, 2014 at 3:48 am

    merging…? do you think our country is some-kind of company.Its our country its my country,Its our home.Its people like bhivuti who doesn’t do anything but only make subject to gossip.And we are gossiping her?.Do some work. Bhivuti simply get out and spare us .We are living with the hope.

  • 115. posta_bahadur  |  March 21, 2014 at 2:30 am

    Mechi_knee randiko ban , sala balatkari , 1 gilas 6olera kha.

  • 116. yagnadeepsinh zala  |  March 24, 2014 at 11:57 am

    Any anotherthing…. indians dont hav any wrong kind of intrest in nepal…. in the Western part of india still some elder dont knw that nepal is not a part of our region… thats the reason why indians accept nepalis very often… otherwise india is even overpopulated we dont need any foreigner sharing our economy or employment benifits

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