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Awadhesh Coomar Sinha

Federation Of Himalayan Kingdom

Federation Of Himalayan Kingdom

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ISBN: 9781032776699

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Federation of Himalayan Kingdoms: Looking for Greater Nepal by Awadhesh Coomar Sinha is a book that explores the concept of a unified Himalayan state. The book delves into the history and politics of the Greater Nepal movement, which advocates for the unification of Nepal with other territories in the Himalayas that share cultural and ethnic ties.

Sinha, a sociologist and scholar of the Eastern Himalayas, examines how historical events like colonialism, independence movements, and the rise of Maoist groups have shaped the region and the idea of a Greater Nepal.

The book also explores the roles of various stakeholders in the movement, including Nepalese politicians, intellectuals, and ordinary citizens. Sinha analyzes the arguments for and against a unified Himalayan state, considering issues of national identity, political feasibility, and regional cooperation.

Here are some key points from the book:

  • The concept of a Greater Nepal has a long history, dating back to the conquests of the Gorkha Kingdom in the 18th century.
  • The movement for a unified Himalayan state has been fueled by a sense of shared cultural and ethnic identity among the Nepali people.
  • However, the idea of a Greater Nepal faces significant challenges, including the political realities of the region and the diversity of ethnic groups within the Himalayas.

If you are interested in the history and politics of the Himalayas, or in the concept of pan-nationalism, then Federation of Himalayan Kingdoms is a valuable resource.

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