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 A bike is awiting for it's lawful owner: Harvard Univeristy
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Posted on 06-21-13 2:12 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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It is not only our culture to touch feet of noble people or guru but it is practiced all around the world. I can claim it because if you go to Harvard University, one of John Harvard’s shoes is very clean. Because everyone who went to Harvard University knowingly or unknowingly they touch the feet of statue of John Harvard and pray for admission, it may be for him/her or for their child.

Have you noticed an old bike waiting for his master to rescue it from the chain? It came to our notice that our late king Birendra was used to ride a bike around the Harvard while he was attending the class.  It is his bike sitting there to be rescued.  
Where it can be seen?

Once you finish the Photo session;  turn left and you will see a gate, when you are half way  on that pavement look at your right there is a bike station on the parallel pavement waiting for to be picked up by its lawful owner.  I will upload that picture later.

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Yeah, please do upload it. I wanna see it. But how do you know that it belonged to our king Birendra? Is it mentioned anywhere?

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Crown Prince Birendra of Nepal Will Study at Harvard Next Year


His Royal Highness Birendra Bir Bickram Shah Dev, the 21-year-old Crown Prince of Nepal, will study at Harvard next year as a special student.

According to a spokesman at the Nepalese embassy, the Prince will share a private suite in Quincy House with a Nepalese professor who is accompanying him.

The Prince, who will spend a year working on a liberal arts program, is a good painter and likes "jazzy music," the spokesman said. His Highness's American social life is now uncertain, the spokesman said, for the Prince has not shown any desire to get married. The spokesman declined to say whether the Prince would be allowed to marry an American girl.

This will be the Prince's second stint away from home -- he earlier spent five years at Eton in England. That was the first time in the history of Nepal that a member of the royal family had been given permission to study outside the country.

After his stay at Harvard, the Prince will return home for military training to prepare himself to rule his country.

His position as ruler will likely involve more than nominal responsibilities. Following a palace revolt in 1950, the present king (the Prince's father) assumed complete authority for ruling the country.

Lying in the shadow of the Himalayas, Nepal has a population of more than nine million. Nepal's international position is complicated by the country's proximity to Communist China on the north and India on the south. Both China and India have made strenuous efforts to influence affairs in Nepal.

When the Prince assumes the throne, he will be known to his people -- as his father is now known -- as The Living Incarnation of God.


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his car
his dad
his son peek-a-boo ing

http://sajha.com/sajha/html/index.cfm?threadID=104857&refresh=1 his rides
his replacement (twice)
his autograph

his wedding
the royalty  - a global celebrity
the confidence
his fate

his only blood alive (guvarni and her sister surangana)

Long Live Queen Givarni Rajya Laxmi Devi Shah Dev.

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I will post it soon.


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