4 comments on “Nepal is not a Colony of India, But an Independent Country

  1. Good work! Thank you!
    I always wanted to write in my site something like that. Can I take part of your post to my blog?
    Of course, I will add backlink?

    Sincerely, Timur I.

  2. But it IS true. India has always tried to take on the mantle of big brother in the region – a role, which maybe they should have left to China. India is not THAT strong. And, the country is HUGE. By interfering (even on invitation, as in Sri Lanka), it has only created pockets of problems for itself on all its geographical extremities. Let everyone fend for himself should be the rule. We have enough problems of our own. We should just try to live in peaceful coexistence, even with people such as our other not so friendly neighbours. The biggest insult would be to just ignore them instead of reacting to every single statement made on any news channel.
    Nepal has traditionally been a friend and if we them adequate space they will never create problems for India.

  3. hello, I’m a Nepalese and proud to be Nepalese and son of ever independent country, Nepal. Its true that India had always tried to play the role of big brother with their neighbor countries and dominated Nepal for long time. Now, As a result, India is suffering from its own internal problem and which is very serious and there is great possibility of of India’s break down.
    we Nepalese always wanted peace and harmony and brotherhood relation with india but due to bad Indian politics now everything is late. bealive it or not, India is a problem form all the surrounding countries.
    Indian interfere in Nepal and Kashmir has awaken the mighty giant China and could help nepal from the hand of india. we all nepalese people are sick of india and dont want to see india as a neighbour. Instead we want our land and people back from Sikkim, Darjeling, Aasam, deradun.
    Jai Nepal

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