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First "Nepali" to take the Ancestry DNA Test and share it on YouTube (Link Included)

"Since long, long time ago, ancestors forbid one to marry someone from the same clan.

To explore beyond deserts and oceans to discover the destined one with love."

When I was 5 years old I went to Nepal,

One day after a science lesson.

I looked around and thought

why does this person look like Chinese and this person look Indian and

they're both Nepalese.

This was the starting point of the quest to find out a

Nepalese's Ancestry DNA test.

Click here to watch the full video

I used to think about this a lot and later on as I was growing up I had this inclination that I would investigate about why the two ethnicities would be called 'Nepalese'.

Although, it is quite clear that Nepal is right in between Tibet/China and India.

One shocking reality to share is that from the 5 years that I spent in Nepal

I still have my report card which illustrates very important message and that is this:

Most Mongoloid Nepalese did not perform as well as Aryan Nepalese in school.

There were one or two exceptions but in general the reports displayed this fact over and over again.

But why is this important?

We've all heard of the famous quote that says

Everybody is a Genius. But If You Judge a Fish by Its Ability to Climb a Tree, It Will Live Its Whole Life Believing that It is Stupid.

The geographic location of Nepal is said to fall under the "South Asian" category along with counties like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka and also an "Indian Subcontinent".

Nepal, the multi-ethic country which is more like a nation or more so United Regions.

I think it's the core culture of Nepali people that makes us all one but again almost every last names have its own language and culture.

Only several hundred years ago, the regions with Mongol-Chinese descendants and Indian descendants in the surrounding area of Kathmandu Valley became known as "Nepali" too and later "Nepalese" as well.

Kiratis were a groups of royal warriors that explored from the North.

When they reached Kathmandu they saw beautiful women that had "beautiful glowing smile"

They settled, governed and lived in harmony for 4,000 years.

"Since long, long time ago, our ancestors forbid us to marry someone from the same clan.

To explore beyond the mountains, deserts and oceans to discover the destined one

with love: life"


All this did not change when a Shah King took over.

Creating hierarchy caste system that put their own group of people at the top.

Sent missionaries to instill in the minds of the people to believe their group were superior to the rest.

Personally, I have to problems with the Shah King.

But, I am not here to keep anything hidden and secret.

There was a bond that was made thousands of years ago when the Shah king

could not fight the Kiratis.

The promise bond was made to share the lands and rule together certain parts.

But the Shah king cheated and ambushed when the Kiratis were least expecting.

The consequence of breaking the bond would destroy their dynasty.

This did happened in 2008 when the people of Nepal kicked the last Shah king out

of his throne.

As human beings we will always live with fictional stories but the awareness of the bitter

truth will set us free.

All of the above are facts but can also be called a fictional story. It's up-to to you to (the reader) to find out for yourself.

I just hope that the educational system gets an upgrade and make sure to subscribe to my posts to find out what 3 things I wish would be taught in schools.

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