Kathmandu July 1 : In a program held at the central office of Lalitpur’s Bhaktapur, the Bibeksheel sajha Party(BSP) has publicly released the New cultural map of Nepal. The BSP has also launched a campaign to showcase the glorious history in the new map and to make the terrestrial reality understandable.
Spokesperson for the BSP, Aashutosh Pradhan, stated, “The Party has made the ‘Historical Nepal’s Proud Cultural Map’ public to reflect the glorious history of undivided, sovereign, and comprehensive Nepal, to boost patriotic sentiments, and to make the terrestrial reality understandable.”
After India placed Kapilavastu and Lumbini, along with other historical regions of Nepal, in the new map (Mural) of “Undivided India” in the new Parliament building, a dispute arose regarding whose map is what. According to Vice-Chairman Prakash Chandra Pariyar of the BSP, the Nepalese government has not officially protested and has not even issued a diplomatic note, which is a failure. Pariyar said, “In this context, the BSP has made public the cultural map of Nepal, remembering the responsibility of the government to implement.”
Vice-Chairman Pariyar stated that the map was prepared by incorporating the cultural, religious, archaeological, and natural heritages of Nepal from the Sugauli Treaty onwards to the present-day territory. It includes important assets ranging from Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) to Bouddhanath, Pashupatinath, and Kankrebihar. Similarly, the mapping also includes Manasarovar to the Ganges plain and other heritage sites.
The cultural map claims that many regions of present-day India and China are also included in it .