Jange – Buddhe

junge-buddhe

This book is a collection of autobiographical write-ups related with Jange (Jumbo) Pillar; and Nepal-India border issues. Most of the chapters of this book are related to the boundary of Nepal, whether it is connected to any person or any reference material or any occurrence that may be belinked with incidents. The book includes the subject matters of the  boundaries, boundary literature, biography, auto-biography and philosophy of life in some extent.

 

Jange means-   Janga Bahadur, Former Prime Minister of Nepal, who initiated to                                       construct masonry ‘Jumbo Border Pillar.’

Buddhe means-   Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, who is making study and research on the Jange         (Jumbo) Border Pillar.

 

 

Publisher: Makalu Publishing House

Dillibazar, Kalikasthan

Post Box No. 3880

Phone: 01-4435-148

E-mail: linkmph@gmail.com

Web:makalupublication.com.np

 

Copyright: © The author

Lay-out: Gyanu Maharjan

Printing: Sopan Press, Dillibazar

First Edition: July 2016

Price Rs. :

ISBN : 978-9937-622-58-5

 

 

Junge-Buddhe

By- Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

Boundaries – Boundary Literature

Biography – Autobiography – Philosophy

 

 

Table of Contents

  1. Author’s Expression 1-8

 

  1. Preface by critic Khekob 9-58

 

  1. Buddhe goes on counting the Jange (Jumbo) Border Pillars 59 -130

– Missing the Jange Pillar of Banawasa   64

– Nepal’s flag is missing   64

– whatever seen the position of Jange pillars at Thori   65

– Conducted the counting of Jange pillars to the Parliamentarians Team   68

– Land ownership certificate just a scrap of paper   70

– Fallen Jange border pillar near Pyarataal   72

– Embraced to Jange pillar   74

– Jange pillar into the water bed   76

– Jange claimed 160 Bigha of land   77

– Accompanied the Hon’ble  Minister at Susta   78

– Did you talk the wedding matter of your daughter ?   87

– 19 big-gun salute to Jange   89

– Sleeping as Nepali at night, turned into Indian getting up the following morning   93

– Nearabout to be shooted by a gun   95

– Status of Jange border pillar   103

– Pension pay nearly lost   108

– Nepali land has been injured   112

– Jange traveled towards London   113

– Buddhe makes salute to Jange   120

– Jange’s journey to France   123

– It is said, lonely Jupiter planet is false !   12 9

 

  1. Who said what on the boundaries from Jange to Buddhe’s time period 131-148

 

  1. Buddhe’s own synopsis related to the border 149 – 186

– Time did not favour to make available my book to Jagadish Ghimire   151

– Condoliece to late Dr. Dayanand Bajracarya 152

– Thinking of twelve hundred Rupees gone doing nothing    155

– The moment I heard that I received Madan Prize   156

– Let everybody make memory to Purnaprakash Yatri    158

– The event of receiving Madan Prize   159

– Conferred Madan Prize and the Indian Embassy   160

– Greediness to receive Madan Prize second time   161

– Would hesitate to honour and felicitate

– Conferred Letter of Felicitations and Letter of Appreciations  in lieu of hesitations   163

– Establishment of boundaries data set and its details   164

– Border business and the Indian Ambassador   166

– Episode of book release   167

– Your article has not been found to read!   169

– I must response ‘Yes Sir’ while the boundary calls me   179

– Dr. Washburn had intended to make me available American Green Card   180

– Matter of measuring the height of Mt. Everest   182

– Twin daughters have been taken out of the boundary   183

 

  1. Expressions relating to Madan Prize and others 187-201

– Buddhe’s expression during the time of honouring by Madan Prize   187

– Welcome address by the Chairman of Madan Prize Trust   190

– My responsibility has been added by the honour   192

– Continuing  journey on boundary studies   194

 

  1. Buddhe’s philosophy of life through his own mouthpiece 202-251

– Whatever happens, it happens for goodself   202

– Give me high thinking   210

– Let it destroy all types of enemies   212

– Advantage to the calf during the fighting of bulls   214

– How it comes, it goes in the same way   218

– Wanting to be a low profile and back bencher   21 9

– Virtue (good work) should be done by ourselves   223

  • Work to prepare new series of boundary demarcated Basic Topographical Maps  224
  • Topographical mapping work of Lumbini Zone and Susta border 22 9
  • GPS surveying work for the first time in Nepal 232
  • Post of Dirctor General converted from administrative to technical service  236
  • Could not create the post of Survey Officer in the District Survey Offices  239
  • Oh, public and government lands of Pokhara have been massively registerd as private land  240

– Age bar does not obstruct to knowing and learning further   242

  • Learnt to drive motor car at the age of 67 243
  • Learnt computer technology at the age of 53 246

– May fulfill, if it is determined enough   249

  • Promised not to wear pants before passing SLC Examination   249
  • Moustache was not shaved for 12 years   251

 

  1. Fund was created by Jange for the natural calamities 252-269

– Description of 25th April 2015 earthquake   254

– Number of earthquakes occurred in the historical period in Nepal   257

– Comparative account  of the earthquakes  between 1934 and 2015 AD   259

– Buddhe’s own experience about 2015 earthquake   263

– When will occur the next earthquake in Nepal ?   267

 

  1. Even the leaders recognize Buddhe 270-315

– Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’  in the context of Kalapani   270

– Madhav Kumar Nepal referring to Susta   272

– Sushil Koirala regarding the source of River Mahakali   273

– Sher Bahadur Deuba and Border Struggle Book   274

– Jhala Nath Khanal in the context of Lipulek   275

– KP Sharma Oli with the saying: no other than the same episode of border   278

– Bam Dev Gautam regarding new constitution and Kalapani Long March Episode   283

– Bidyadevi Bhandari in the context of border issue   289

– Dr. Ram Baran Yadav regarding the the Book Boundary of Nepal   290

– Dr. Baburam Bhattarai concerning the height of  Mount Everest   291

– Narayanakaji Shrestha with the episode of  Border Marker Number-57   293

– Mahendra Bahadur Pandey concerning Lipulek border pass   296

– Kirtinidhi Bista with reference to Kalapani border checkpoints   300

– Narayan Man Bijukchhen regarding national boundaries   302

– CP Mainali in the context of including Lipulek boundary   303

– Chitra Bahadur KC regarding his fellowmen training and federalism episode   305

– Kamal Thapa regarding also the context of 1950 Treaty episode   306

– Upendra Yadav concerning open border   308

– Mohan Vaidya Kiran  in the context of stressing Let us go to Lipuleka episode   311

– Dr. Ram Sharan Mahat regarding quiet diplomacy in Lipulek   313

 

  1. Who says what on Buddhe 316-351

– Dr. Basanta Gautam   316

– Jack Starmar   318

– Prof. Dr. Mohan Prasad Lohani   323

– Sudha Shrestha   326

– Chetendra Jang Himali   328

– Dr. Ram Dayal Rakesh   330

– Prof. Dr. Surendra KC   333

– Raju Mrgendra Joshi   340

– Dirgha Raj Prasai   342

– Gopal Koirala ‘Tyagi’   343

– Dr. Mati Prasad Dhakal   346

– Hiranya Lal Shrestha   347

– Giri Narayan Rajbhandari   349

 

  1. Buddhe in the eyes of journalists 352-399

 

  1. If someone wants to know Buddhe 400-462

– Books published   403

–  Articles published   404

– National / International Presentation   417

– Radio / television interviews   423

– Newspaper interviews   444

-News published   446

– National / international seminar conferences   450

– Membership in professional and social organizations   452

– Award / honor / letter of appreciation and testimonials   453

– Medal and decorations   456

– Consulting services and professional works   457

– Government and other services   46 9

– Country / State Visit   461

 

  1. List of reference 463

 

  1. Photo Gallery 465

Text of Pilgrims Book House, Kathmandu, Nepal

Title:Junge-Buddhe

ISBN:9789937622585

Author:Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

Publisher:Makalu Prakashan Griha

Publish Year:2016

Edition:First Edition

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Nepali Autobiography / Memoir / Nepali Non-Fiction / Nepali Politics

Language:Nepali

Remarks:B&W Photographs and Tables.

Pages:468

Size:138 x 216 mm

Weight(gms):520

Price:USD 7.35

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