Changing times changing alliances- Hindia, China and Nepal

India
July 1, 2009 1:02am CST
Hello all, There is nothing sacrosanct about national borders, they need to change with times, people who are neighbors should be allies. Hindia has long borders with China, Tibet, and Nepal. Of these Nepal has borders with Uttarakhand, UP and Bihar. Borders with UP and Bihar are really big (just take a look at the map). Districts Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Bahraich, Sravasti, Balrampur, Siddharth Nagar, and Maharaj Ganj of UP have border with Nepal. In Bihar districts Paschmi Champaran, Purba Champaran, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, Supaul, Araria and Kishenganj have borders with Nepal. If I listen to Nepali language closely I can understand most of it. For example, Hindi singer Udit Narayan is a Nepali who lived in Bihar for a long time. In Gorakhpur you can buy Chinese made goods for very cheap prices which come through Nepal. So Hindia, China and Nepal are already indulging in great border trade. And now Dr. Ram Baran Yadav is president of Nepal which brings Hindia even closer to her . On the other hand, Hindia has no border with South (North Hindia certainly doesn't). So I wonder why are we in the same nation with South when we have nothing in common with South people. And why are we so hostile to Nepal and China when we are already their great trading partners. This is what we Hindians must think about. In my opinion, Hindians have no business sharing a common nation with non-Hindi speakers. In any case, non-Hindians hate Hindi and have not allowed it to become the national language.
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@shibham (17025)
• India
1 Jul 09
what is hindia?