Convention to declare Nepal as Hindu Rashtra

revival-of-ancient-hindu-rashtra-in-nepal1Kathmandu (Nepal) : Convention to be held for declaring Nepal as a Hindu Rashtra (nation) 

July 13, 2014

Ashadh Krushna Pratipada , Kaliyug Varsha 5116

Kathmandu (Nepal), 10th July – A convention has been planned on 7th September to decide future course of action and strategies for declaration of Nepal as a Sanatan Hindu Rashtra. A meeting was held in this connection at Gaidakot (Navalparasi) on 7th July of the central core committee of ‘Brahmandeeya Sanatan Dharma Mahasabha’ during which the above decision was taken. The Convention will be attended by members of Sanatan Dharma Omkar Parivar (Hindu, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, Saints and Seers of Kiratalagayat, Mahants, Bhikshus, representatives of religious and spiritual organizations, scholars ‘Dharma-Pundits etc.)

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

Demand to declare Nepal as ‘Hindu Rashtra’ : Protest march held at Kathmandu 

May 25, 2014

Vaishakh Krushnapaksha 12, Kaliyug Varsha 5116

Kathmandu : Shri. Shriniwas Acharya, a devout Hindu has undertaken hunger strike from March 2014 at Ratnapark in Kathmandu for the demand that Nepal be again declared as a Hindu Rashtra. 64 pro-Hindu organizations from Nepal took out a huge protest march on 18th May in his support.

Roads were also blocked as part of the agitations. About 500 Hindus, Muslims and Buddhists took part in the march. Nepal was a Hindu Rashtra earlier but on 18th May 2006, the then temporary Parliament had declared its status and declared it as a secular country. All these organizations therefore, observed this day as ‘black day’.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat