Kathmandu. Some time ago, there were many discussions about a husband on social networks and Tiktok, everyone said that a husband should be like this, and many also said that life would be happy and happy if he had such a husband.
Yes, that great husband Binod Khadka today we have come with the first biographical song of him and his wife Anita Khadka. Binod of Gulmi Pipaldhara has been trying hard to fight his wife Anita’s brain haemorrhage for some time and now there has been a lot of improvement.
The treatment of his wife, which started with the initiative of Lakeside TV and Blue Sky Nepal, has now found the right place and she is recovering slowly and at this time, the same media has made the first song for her.
Perhaps there are few people who do not know this couple, so let’s talk about their real and true story. Jasma has been voiced by Resham Bezok and Sunita Budha has spoken the words of Netra Arryal.
Rajesh Ghimire has also shot in an attractive frame which was shot in Butwal Gulmi and Palpa. Jasma is directed by Binod Bhandari and arranged by Mahendra Bhandari. It has been composed by Manoj Karki and the entire investment in this song is by Sabin Chhetri
The scandal in Narayanhiti Palace (2058 June 19) was a very painful incident. King Birendra, who was killed in that incident, was not only the descendant of Prithvi Narayan Shah, the grandson of King Tribhuvan and the son-in-law of King Mahendra, he was one of the most respected and distinguished statesmen in the world during his time. When he visited many countries such as America, China, Soviet Union, France, Germany, Britain, India etc., the great honor he received made Nepal and Nepali people proud. King Birendra proved that the head of state of an underdeveloped country can give important suggestions on contemporary issues when communicating with the head of a well-developed and highly developed country, and that makes the United Nations and the superpowers think.
The great education of Britain’s Eton College and Oxford University, America’s Harvard University and Tokyo University did not only make King Birendra’s personality great and high. The culture, training, father’s dedication to the nation and people, indomitable and incredible love and the awareness that the nation should be made strong, prosperous and age-appropriate are always motivating King Birendra. When studying his lifetime (from 14th January 2002 to 19th June 2058), it is not found that he wasted time on personal pleasures, pleasures, fun and meaningless things. King Birendra made good use of Palpal.
King Birendra’s speech at the conference of underdeveloped nations held in Paris on August 16, 2038 became famous and appreciated in the world. He suggested and urged that the rich countries should make a clear policy about the serious problems of underdeveloped countries such as pain, suffering, lack, unemployment etc. The heart-touching words expressed by him in the speech made all the participants moved and moved. Addressing the UN conference in which underdeveloped countries (Afghanistan, Nepal, Laos, Bhutan, Maldives and Samoa) participated, he portrayed poverty.
Today, the dignity and honor of the nation is gradually disappearing. The hoarse voice of arrogance, fragmentation and division is heard in the nation. In such confusion, King Birendra seems to be asking, “How will you save this country?” How do you save national unity and how do you save self-respect and history?
A poor person in an underdeveloped country cannot eat nutritious food. There are millions of such poor people in the world. He can get any disease. His life is short, he lives in a prison, where poverty and destitution surround him all the time. He is not educated, nor does he have any skills. He is not able to eat regularly and if by chance he gets one, the fear of where to get the next one scares him. Even if he is wearing clothes, his clothes are just fake. He walks barefoot.
Dirt, malnutrition and contagious diseases have left their marks on his body. Most of them live in villages. Those villages are not only isolated from the rest of the world, they are also inaccessible. He is also found in the city’s slums or slums. The water he drinks is neither safe nor clean. He is either unemployed or semi-employed. Even if he gets a job, he is either made to do more work or is given less labor due to his hard work. He has to endure scorn and infamy. He remains poor from birth to death. Most of them die in childhood. Even if he survives, poverty and poverty will not leave him till death. In the end, when he leaves the world, he seems to be happier than those who live here.
King Birendra harshly satirized the powerful nations and said, ‘While I am speaking on behalf of the world’s poor, I hear the voice of a child crying for pulses and rice. But we give him bom instead of dal, rice or bread. He looks to us begging for mercy, but we despise him for cruelty and he wishes for peace, we prepare for war.”
For King Birendra, many internal challenges stood as high and impassable mountains. He had a strong desire to make Nepal respectable in the international world. Wherever he went, he kept his thoughts clear for the benefit of the nation and the people. During the dialogue, some western countries also proposed to provide a lot of help if Nepal is declared a secular country, but ‘your ancient religion-culture and tradition are dear to you too, don’t you? What is wrong with the provision to protect the ancient religion and culture in Nepal’s constitution? When King Birendra asked German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and others, those politicians were silent.
His teacher and personal secretary Narayan Prasad Shrestha, who worked closely with King Birendra, says, ‘His profound knowledge of the world and his extraordinary ability to reason in polite language, wherever he went, the kings, presidents, heads of government and diplomats of that country respected him greatly. They were impressed by King Birendra’s attractive personality, erudition and ability.
King Birendra made Nepal into five development zones with the aim of spreading the light of development everywhere and made Dhankuta, Pokhara, Surkhet and Dipayal (Doti) the regional headquarters. He also modernized the army, police and civil servants and scouts. To get rid of the situation of having to rely only on India, he strengthened the relationship with China. Arrangements were made to keep SAARC’s head office in Kathmandu. Through the projects of the United Nations and developed countries, he spread the blood of development in the Himalayan, hilly and Terai districts of Nepal.
To develop the Karnali region, he deployed the Nepali Army to build the Karnali highway, and the army has done remarkable development works in many places. Kohalpur-Wanbasa road section, bridge at Karnali, modernization of tea cultivation in Jhapa-Ilam, Mechi highway, Koshi highway, road network of various districts, modernization of agriculture, improvement in education, communication, industry and health sector, progress of Lumbini region, Janakpurdham development project, transport, Due to the interest shown by Birendra in various fields including forest protection and tourism promotion, many big projects have been completed. Madhyapahari highway was his dream. He wanted to make Nepal independent in everything including energy.
When he was the crown prince, he traveled from Trishuli to Butwal on foot. From Mechi to different parts of Mahakali, they dressed as soldiers and went to Jupra-Jupra to understand the pain and suffering of the people. When he went on a visit to Palpa, he said to the then Chief of Staff Krishna Bahadur Burma, “We should not do coercion, we should understand the needs of the people, walk with the people, think with the people and work with the people.”
With the intention of making Nepal safe, free, peaceful and prosperous forever, King Birendra proposed a zone of peace on February 13, 2031 (the day after the coronation). He proposed that Nepal should be declared a zone of peace before the heads of state and government of various countries who were present in Kathmandu for his coronation. Although 116 countries supported it, India reluctantly did not support it.
In 2045, when the king tried to strengthen the Nepalese army by bringing anti-aircraft weapons from China, India imposed a blockade for 15 months. At that time, a columnist working as a journalist in Gorkhapatra daily remembers very well – when India spread propaganda that Nepal was becoming pro-Chinese, none of the parties in Nepal, which were under ban, spoke in favor of the nation. Human rights activists like Hrishikesh Shah, while speaking on Indian television, expressed that Nepal should be kept under India’s security umbrella.
Raja Birendra has said, ‘In times of crisis, people identify themselves.’ Some politicians, including BP’s eldest son Prakash Koirala, encouraged the king at that time. Despite having political differences with the king, BP Koirala had an unwavering belief that monarchists and democrats should stand together strongly when the nation is in crisis. That belief was the backbone and foundation of the Nepali Congress. The Congress party, which played a leading role in making the constitution of 2047, has become policyless and leaderless today. That party is like ‘Bhatkya Party’ and factions have become strong and decisive. Not only the Congress, but many other parties are becoming corrupt due to the policy of sticking to whoever gets power. The form of democracy envisioned by King Birendra and BP has looked ugly today.
In an article titled ‘My friend Birendra Shah’, King Birendra’s childhood friend Keshav Kumar Budhathoki reminisced about his school days in Darjeeling in 1954. Birendra was also the cashier who kept our pocket money. You could ride a horse on the square for two rupees. Birendra used to ride horses for other friends with his own money. By doing this, everyone’s wishes would be fulfilled. It would save money.
He used to share some food too. He used to cut an egg and share it with his friends. It was his nature from childhood not to show favoritism to anyone. Although he was a child, he was like our parents. Many had unnecessary doubts about the scandal in the palace. Some skeptics who did not know about the harmonious relationship between Birendra Shah and his brothers also spread unrestrained propaganda. His brothers had no ill will towards Birendra Shah.
Prime Ministers Lokendra Bahadur Chand and Marichman Singh have written that King Birendra was always concerned that the people should not suffer. We will bring in a little more of the substances that need to be brought from abroad like salt, kerosene, diesel, petrol and so on throughout the year and keep ten percent of it in stock. Chand wrote that King Birendra instructed that if something happens after 10 years, it will not matter to us for one year. ( Shri 5 Birendra Smatigranth, page ? )
When Maharani Aishwarya suggested to remove the old sofas of the palace and buy new furniture, the king said, “This furniture was bought from the taxes paid by the people. The old employees of the palace say, remembering the words of King Birendra.
Marichman Singh, who was the Prime Minister in 2045, told the columnist, “During the blockade, there were rumors that millions of Nepalis living in India would be removed from there.” There was a discussion in the palace till late at night. The government expressed concern saying that ‘India will not even allow the poor to work and eat there, they should bring them to Nepal and make some arrangements’. His eyes were full of tears. I understood very well that the king was very angry with the people.”
As King Birendra was sensitive to the suffering of the people, similarly he was happy when he saw plans for peace and development. Krishnalal Thakali, the former minister of Himalayan district Mustang and culture expert, says, ‘Not only in remote area development committee and monastery development committee, but as a member of Panchayat Policy and Investigation Committee, member of National Assembly and minister, I had the opportunity to understand Darbar well while working. King V