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    I was on my first visit to Nepal from 15th to 19th May 2006. I witnessed the proclamation of Hindu kingdom replaced by democracy.

    Nepal is a beautiful country of intelliegnet and hardworking people. Nepal has the mighty Himalayas and Lord Pashupati. The brilliant Buddhist heritage sites are the true signs of the harmony.

    The loss of King Birendra and his family spelt the first blow to the hearts of people.Whatever happened thereafter in wrong ways led to democracy.

    Democracy is the best form if all the people are honest and full of integrity. Democracy and freedom are ultimate if everone is responsible. It never happens. USA is possibly the only democracy surviving without benevaolent Royal family.

    Most of the third world countries are under the growing burden of Democracy formed with irresponsible politicians, corrupt officials , extorting mafia with least responsiblity and accountability. Look at India!! We have reached the final phase when anyone can stake claim for parliament and ministry.. there is only one goal .. to collect as much from treasury. do nothing to the country. Keep talking. No accountability at all. At huge cost of public taxes, Politicians, corrupt public servants and conmen , empty public funds. The common public if not linked to any of the above are left to fend themselevs.The country lacks direction and vision since very few in high positions have the vision , and if they have , they are powerless.

    I see that many Arab states have achived wonders due to the Royal Rulers being benign and full of vision. They have the oil money. But it is the vision that has taken the countries forward. Nepal or India or for that matter any third country are rich in true sense. Look deeply into the nations wealth.. It si only true committed democracy that can do any solutions. How can extortionists of today be rulers of tomorrow?? In India too minority marxists are extorting the national rulers to ransom.

    Nepal should be careful

    best luck

  • #2
    Hello!

    Dear Venu,

    I have read your post with a lot of interest. I am an Indian as well and live in Mumbai. Where do you reside? I envy you for visiting Nepal in May because it was so hot in most of India at that time. I recall the country as being full of adventure travel opportunities. Did you get to the Everest Base Camp or fly around the mountain? What are your hobbies and how old are you? I would love to hear more about you and all the fun that you must have had in Nepal.

    Regards

    Satya

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    • #3
      Dear Satya

      nice to hear your views.I enjoyed my first visit to kathmandu very well. by taking Royal nepal direct flight from mumbai. it is very good,I took a a package with Radisson which was again great. i am 55 yrs old and retired after bad jobs in India and agood stint in mddle east. i dabble in shares and not into politics. my views are too hot and nobody wants it. I decided to relax for the good. I did not go for everest camps but intend visiting nepal again. Pashupati was gods gift. the place is good, people are friendly. I wish the only hindu country is better off. i live in new mumbai. my email is venusind2k@gmail.com
      cheers
      Venu

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      • #4
        Thanks!

        Dear Venu,
        I really appreciate your views about the Nepalese political scenario. Yes you are 100% correct when you say Nepal and India are also one of the richest countries in the world- be it for culture, heritage, natural beauty or the friendly and helpful people.... But these rulers are the ones making things worse.
        If you want any info about Nepal please contact me at info@nepalexplorers.com
        Thanking,
        Rajendra.
        Originally posted by venu
        I was on my first visit to Nepal from 15th to 19th May 2006. I witnessed the proclamation of Hindu kingdom replaced by democracy.

        Nepal is a beautiful country of intelliegnet and hardworking people. Nepal has the mighty Himalayas and Lord Pashupati. The brilliant Buddhist heritage sites are the true signs of the harmony.

        The loss of King Birendra and his family spelt the first blow to the hearts of people.Whatever happened thereafter in wrong ways led to democracy.

        Democracy is the best form if all the people are honest and full of integrity. Democracy and freedom are ultimate if everone is responsible. It never happens. USA is possibly the only democracy surviving without benevaolent Royal family.

        Most of the third world countries are under the growing burden of Democracy formed with irresponsible politicians, corrupt officials , extorting mafia with least responsiblity and accountability. Look at India!! We have reached the final phase when anyone can stake claim for parliament and ministry.. there is only one goal .. to collect as much from treasury. do nothing to the country. Keep talking. No accountability at all. At huge cost of public taxes, Politicians, corrupt public servants and conmen , empty public funds. The common public if not linked to any of the above are left to fend themselevs.The country lacks direction and vision since very few in high positions have the vision , and if they have , they are powerless.

        I see that many Arab states have achived wonders due to the Royal Rulers being benign and full of vision. They have the oil money. But it is the vision that has taken the countries forward. Nepal or India or for that matter any third country are rich in true sense. Look deeply into the nations wealth.. It si only true committed democracy that can do any solutions. How can extortionists of today be rulers of tomorrow?? In India too minority marxists are extorting the national rulers to ransom.

        Nepal should be careful

        best luck

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