Buddha Boy leaves Halkhoria forest

Buddha Boy leaves Halkhoria forest

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Added At:  2012-06-15 11:21 PM

   Last Updated At: 2012-06-15 11:21 PM

DIWAKAR BHANDARI

PATHALAIYA: Ram Bahadur Bamjan, popularly known as the Little Buddha who has recently courted controversy over his attempt to procure a citizenship certificate on the basis of forged documents, has left his meditation site in the Halkhoria forest area, in Bara.

Bamjan, who had been ‘meditating’ in the Halkhoria forest, is said to have left the site in a jeep at about 10 pm on Thursday with nine of his aides. Bamjan’s leaving the forest came to light when personnel from the Nijgadh Area Police Office came across a Tata Sumo numbered Na 2 Ch 1760 boarded by Bamjan along with his aides during a security check on the highway. Bamjan is learnt to have told police that he had left his sanctum for Sindhuli.

The locals guess the Buddha Boy might have left the forest for good. “We saw Bamjan’s disciples loading all of his belongings, including the statuettes kept in the gumbas inside the jungle area, in a truck,” said a local. Police, however, said they did not find any other vehicle save the Tata Sumo that Bamjan and his aides had boarded during its Thursday night’s security check. This is the first time that Bamjan was caught leaving the Halkhoria forest.

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Maha sambodhi Dharma Sangha shall be able to radiate like a rainbow in his body through deep meditation. Kishore, KTM

Let remind that he is named as Sambodhi Dharma Sangha although his early name given by his parents was Ram Bomjom and by his Guru Som B Lama was Palden Dorje. Once he got hsi enlightenment he is recorded as Sambodhi Dhrama Sangha. So I guess this is not fake. There could be some administrative procedure to adopt. Let us not defame like that. If you are a honest Nepali, let us be honest for the good sake. Nepal is already internally defamed for various reasons. Even the media is not fine. Kishore, KTM

Buddha Boy should stay in the forest and meditate like Buddha. Buddha Boy is not Buddha if he does not act like Buddha and meditate uninterruptedly in the forrest. Buddha Boy needs to defeat all the armies of Maras commanded by the brahmin, chetri and newars. Only when he defeats these devils of the ruling class will he get the enlightenment of Buddha. Then he will not be Buddha Boy anymore. He will be Buddha Man. All the liberated peoples of Nepal can come to him to learn meditation. Until that time he needs to put down all worldy concerns of identity papers and just concentrate on meditation. I am Buddha Phupu. Buddha Phupu is telling truth to Buddha Boy. parbati lama, boston, USA

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Bamjan’s boys go unruly, beat up journos

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Bamjan’s boys go unruly, beat up journos

Added At:  2012-03-22 12:08 AM

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HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE

PATHLAIYA: Volunteers attending to Ram Bahadur Bamjan, who is said to be meditating in the Halkhoriya jungle area of Bara since 2005, today beat up five journalists.

Bibhu Adhikari of News 24 TV, Resham Tiwari of NTV, Prakash Lamsal of Image Channel, Binod Pyakurel of TTV and Basant Khatiwada of the Mofasal Dot Com Weekly fell victim to the wrath of the aides of Bamjan, who is also nicknamed Buddha Boy.

Following the attack, the journalists rushed to an Armed Police Force camp in Piluwa. “We were filming Bamjan’s sermon but suddenly his aides attacked us and seized our cameras,” said Adhikari.

Police had reached Halkhoriya after the incident, but they too were barred from entering the site where Bamjan was giving his sermon. Police, however, managed to get journalists’ cameras back.

 

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Two women held captive in Bamjan’s ashram

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Two women held captive in Bamjan’s ashram

Added At:  2012-03-26 12:37 AM

Last Updated At: 2012-03-26 12:37 AM

DIWAKAR BHANDARI

PATHLAIYA: Bodhi Shrawan Dharma Sangh, formed to protect “Buddha Boy” Ram Bahadur Bamjan, has kept two women captive, one of them a foreigner, since three months.

Marichi (35) from Slovakia and another woman of Sindhupalchowk, Mata, have been confined by the Sangh, which alleges they tried to distract Bamjan’s meditation.

Inspector at Simara Area police Office, KP Sharma said a complaint had been filed about the women’s captivity in Halkhoriya forest, where Bamjan is meditating. Sharma said police interrogated some members of the Sangh in this regard. “They have confessed the women are being held captive for trying to distract Bamjan,” he said adding, “They said they will release them after he completes his religious sermon.” Bamjan’s sermon started last Wednesday.

Marichi had come to Nepal last year to meet Bamjan and has been missing since December 28. After her arrival, Marichi stayed at the local Lama Hotel and had for some time been residing in the Simara-based monastery. She used to meditate in Halkhoriya the whole day and return to the monastery in the evenings.

Krishna Maya Lama, caretaker of the monastery, said, “She has not returned since three months,” adding, “I have heard she is in Halkhoriya.” She said some days after her disappearance, two persons of the Sangh came to the monastery and took her laptop, clothes and other belongings. “Marichi is a kidney patient. She was on medication,” Krishna Maya said, adding “We had taken the medicine, which she had left in the monastery and handed them to persons of the Sangh. We were not allowed to meet her.”

Marichi was seen in Pathlaiya-Nijgadh’s Pasaha on the evening of December 28, the very day of her disappearance. Eyewitnesses at Pasaha said she was sipping tea but was forcefully taken by two persons of the Sangh on a motorcycle towards Halkhoriya. An eyewitness said, “Marichi appeared afraid and one of her hands was fractured.”

Owner of Lama Hotel and persons who knew her have been searching for her. Dawa Lama who claimed Marichi had come to Nepal through his contact, was also unaware of her condition. He said when he asked about Marichi’s condition in Halkhoriya, no one responded. Owner of Lama Hotel, Krishna Lama said, “Marichi stayed in my hotel many times but later stayed in the monastery when she ran short of money.”

Locals of Ratanpur say the Sangh has also kept Mata captive. The Sangh has accused them of practising witchcraft to disrupt Bamjan’s meditation. I Mata was staying in Halkhoriya as a volunteer. A source said Mata and Marichi were kept in a room in Halkhoriya as ordered by Bamjan.

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