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 Girija was Indian; Buddha was not
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Posted on 03-21-10 1:03 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Can any Nepali deny that Girija was born in India and therefore an Indian? To deny this simple fact would be tantamount to saying Buddha was born in Nepal but is nonetheless an Indian. Girija is an Indian – no arguments.  Buddha is Nepali. Girija was scum; Buddha is the enlightenment. 


Anyway we are all going to have lots of people with Nepali passports thanks to Girija's daughter. Congratulations!

Posted on 03-21-10 3:00 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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How could you compare Buddha to Girija? Your comparison just sent Girija to Haven. IF you want to compare compare him with MAtrika Koirala, Makuna, Babua bhaiya ET.all.

Posted on 03-21-10 6:49 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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girija is a nepali by blood.but buddha was an indian prince  of gautama gotra.

girijas parents come from hills of the then kingdom of nepal.at the time of buddha there was no state named nepal but his homeland was one of the mahajanapada of india.

kharab manchhe lai aafno hoina ra ramro lai matrai aafno bhanne ta hami nepali ko chalan nai ho ni.

aarko example, udit narayan or prasant tamang nepali ra ani upendra yadav or paramanenda jha chahi indian re. pakka nepali

Posted on 03-21-10 10:51 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Is that a Joke,

India is a half Muslim country, (If we don't stop it then Nepal will be soon) But Nepal is predominantly Hindu-Buddhist, so India doesn't gets to claim any gotras.

Girija is an Indian by Nature and took his doctrine from the chor Indians and was an Indian agent.

Posted on 03-21-10 10:57 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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i agree with shiva linga

heheheh thans for good comment bro

Posted on 03-21-10 4:55 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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i agree with shiva linga too

peter bagdas साथी कुन आधारमा गिरिजा भारतिय भए ? भारत मा जन्मिदैमा भारतियको बिल्ला भिराउन उचित हैन । मतापिता exile मा भएकोले उनी त्यहाँ जन्मे । तर कर्म कहाँ गरे ?? न की तिमिजस्तो 'स्वर्थी' जो नेपालमा जन्मेर पनि अमेरिकामा आएर कसरी यहाँको नागरिकता पाइएला भनेर अनेक तिक्दम गर्दै हिंड्ने ! अनी छोरा-छोरी जन्माएर अमेरिकन को बाउ भएर गर्व गर्न तम्तयार ?  Your logic of citizenship is amalgamated by the US law. आफ्नो आङ को भैंसी नदेख्ने ले आर्काको आङ को जुम्रा देखेको जस्तो भयो यो त . can you denounce US life and go Nepal to fight for 'right' .


Posted on 03-21-10 5:37 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Consistent with your name, congratulations on being a Koirala family loyal dog and for successfully transferring your loyalty to the daughter. By the way how much did you personally make from Madam Sujata’s sale of Nepali passports?

Posted on 03-21-10 5:50 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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i thought you were trying to prove Girija as an Indian ....where did you bring up the passport and Sujata and 'loyality'. I was just trying to say "जन्मथलो भारत भएता पनि कर्मथलो नेपाल भएका बेक्ती थिए र तिमी भन्दा बडी 'नेपाली' थिए उनी" भन्न मात्र खोजेको तिमी स्वघोसित् विद्वान लाई | तेहि त  नराम्रो बाणी छ नी तिमिजस्ता महामानबका जे कुरामा पनि 'बिल्ला'  भिराइहाल्ने

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