Saturday, 6 August 2016

Poor road conditions in Biratnagar (Off the Beat)

Posted by Anup Baral August 6th, 2016 :
Biratnagar is a sub-metropolitan municipality and the second largest city of Nepal. Biratnagar is situated within one of the most ethnically diverse regions of Nepal, and the rural hinterland is home to a diverse cross section communities.The ruins of the palace along with stone carved tools, idols, and household objects can be seen protected in the southern part of Biratnagar, close to the border. In Nepali birat means huge and nagar means city.
On March 4, 1947, the first anti-Rana movement in Nepali soil took place in Biratnagar as the Biratnagar jute mill strike under the leadership of Girija Prasad Koirala along with Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala. Then after it sparked a countrywide anti-Rana demonstration that finally led to the abolishment of Rana rule in Nepal.

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