Nepalese

Hello and Namaste! Welcome to the Royal Holloway Nepalese Society


Nepal's rich history, stretching from the ancient Gopalas and Mahishapalas to the modern Federal Democratic Republic, reflects a journey of resilience, cultural evolution, and political transformation. The unification of Nepal under Prithvi Narayan Shah in the 18th century marked the beginning of a centralized state, with the Shah dynasty and later the Rana regime playing pivotal roles in shaping the nation's destiny. The struggle for democracy, culminating in the abolition of the monarchy in 2008 and the promulgation of a new constitution in 2015, underscores Nepal's commitment to self-determination and progress. Central to Nepal's identity is its historic relationship with the United Kingdom, epitomized by the valor of the Gurkha soldiers who have served in the British Army since the Sugauli Treaty of 1815. This relationship extends beyond military alliances, encompassing development partnerships and cultural exchanges that have enriched both nations. The contribution of the British Gurkhas, celebrated for their bravery and loyalty, serves as a symbol of the enduring friendship between Nepal and the UK, reflecting mutual respect and shared values.

At our university, the Nepalese society is dedicated to sharing Nepal's rich cultural heritage with the broader community, fostering an environment of inclusivity and learning. Through cultural events, educational programs, and social gatherings, we aim to bridge the gap between different cultures and promote an understanding of Nepal's unique traditions, history, and societal contributions. Whether it's through the celebration of festivals, the sharing of Nepali cuisine, or discussions on Nepal's developmental strides and challenges, our goal is to cultivate a sense of global citizenship and mutual respect among students from diverse backgrounds. By highlighting the historical ties and contemporary relationship between Nepal and the UK, we underscore the importance of cross-cultural friendship and cooperation in today's interconnected world.
 


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Summer Elections 2024

This election period will elect all the student leaders within our student groups, as well as our unfilled Community Officer positions, who are there to represent underrepresented groups on campus, and members of our Societies, Sports and Opportunities Executive, who work with the VP Societies and Sport to develop policy and plans in their area of engagement. For student group elections, if you are a current student and a paid, standard member of any group you can stand and vote for the committee for the coming year. Please note, you must also be a student in the 2024/2025 academic year in order to stand in the election.

1134 posts are up for election.

Nominations close at 23:59 on Friday 3 May 2024 (in 12 days)

The polls open at 12:00 on Tuesday 7 May 2024 (in 15 days)

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Events Manager
Yazza Sherpa
President
Everest Pudasaini
Secretary and Social Media Manager
Prapti Shrestha
Social Media Manager
Nitya Pun
Treasurer
Amisa Kerung
Vice President
Bibhesh Tamang