India meet demands Hindu state revival in Nepal

At a religious convention held in Ponda of Goa in India, Hindu leaders from India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh have vowed to support Nepal- the former Hindu Kingdom to revive its religious identity.

As per the reports, some 325 delegates representing 125 organizations working for Hindu cause in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and India had gathered between June 20 and June 26, 2014.

The meeting, as reported by Naya Patrika Daily dated July 1, 2014 also concluded that Nepal as a nation was undergoing a difficult transition and that it needs all kinds of support to revive its Hindu identity.

The central committee member of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal and a former royal priest Madhav Prasad Bhattarai had attended the meeting.

Pundit Bhattarai while addressing the meeting, June 23, 2014 had appealed Hindus living across the globe to support Nepal revive its identity.

Early symptoms of disturbing religious harmony.