Kalibaba in town demanding revival of Hindu state
Following the invitation of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal (RPP-Nepal) for a chariot journey from Nepal to Newdelhi, The Ananta Bibhushita 1008 Swami Kalibabaji Maharaj has arrived Kathmandu on Friday to participate as a chief guest in the program.
Talking with the journalist upon his arrival at the airport, he urged all to work towards preserving Nepal’s ancient legacy of Hindu nation as a sacred pilgrimage site of the Hindus and which is also the aspiration of the religious followers across the world.
Kali Baba, a popular Hindu Priest who has been advocating for the revival of Hindu nation, had even threatened to self-immolate if Nepal is not declared Hindu state.
RPP-Nepal is undertaking the chariot march calling for declaring Nepal as a Hindu country. The journey will begin from Janakpur and reach Lumbini, Bindhyabasini of Pokhara and Pashupatinath Temple of Kathmandu, crossing 1,000 kms and holding 160 small or big religious assemblies.
Published Date: Friday, December 14th, 2012 | 08:46 PM