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His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester KG

Welcome to the website of The Britain-Nepal Society.

As President of the society, I welcome the launch of the Society’s new website. I am sure that the informative text and stunning photographs will help to spread the word about Nepal – a country for which we all care deeply. I hope too that it will help to attract new members to The Society and continue to instil a deeper understanding and friendship between our two countries.

– His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester KG, GCVO

Dear Friend of Nepal,

The Britain-Nepal Society fosters friendly relations between the two countries and organises a mainly London-based programme of lectures, meetings and other events relating to Nepal.

Please explore the website and feel free to contact us on if you would like more information on our activities.

– Andrew Sparkes CMG

Annual Supper 2024

Young guests with BNS Chairman Andy Sparkes

Britain-Nepal Society (BNS) Annual Supper 2024: Young guests with BNS President HRH Prince Richard, The Duke of Gloucester.

Jajarkot Earthquake Response, February 2024: The Britain-Nepal Society (UK) Supports Distribution of Fibre Blankets to Earthquake-affected Households

In February 2024, the Britain-Nepal Society, in partnership with Impact Schools Nepal, distributed 300 fibre blankets to families in hard-to-reach rural areas of Shivalaya Rural Municipality, Jajarkot, affected by the recent earthquake. This critical intervention, carried out in close coordination with local authorities, prioritised households with children, women, and girls, as well as those from marginalised backgrounds awaiting support. The response involved navigating challenging terrains to reach the most vulnerable but brought essential warmth and hope to the heart of the affected community in Jajarkot. Thank you to our members in the UK for supporting this meaningful initiative!

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The Britain-Nepal Society Members Extend Support to Jajarkot Earthquake Victims

“Mr. Kirtijai Pahari, Chairman of BNS Younger Members, presents a cheque to Impact Schools Nepal, aiding in the ongoing recovery efforts for Jajarkot earthquake victims, in coordination with the Government. The focus is on addressing the needs of orphaned children and vulnerable households. Stay tuned for further updates on our relief efforts.”

Younger Friends Mark 100 Years 🇬🇧🇳🇵 of the Treaty of Friendship

As we mark the centenary of the 🇬🇧🇳🇵Treaty of Friendship on 21 December 2023, The Britain-Nepal Society (BNS) UK and the British Embassy in Nepal collaborated with younger people with British/Nepali connections to get their reflections looking to the next 100 years! The speakers represent a diverse range of areas that have historically defined and continue to shape the UK-Nepal relationships 🤝🏼

Upcoming Event by RSAA: Human Rights in Eastern Civilisations

An insightful event organized by the Royal Society for Asian Affairs (RSAA), a distinguished organization established in 1901 under the name Central Asian Society. Join them on April 17th at 14:00 GMT for a discussion featuring Professor Surya Subedi, both in-person at the Royal Astronomical Society and online. The talk, focusing on “Human Rights in Eastern Civilisations,” promises to be enlightening and engaging.

Register now: Human Rights in Eastern Civilisations

For more details about our organization and to explore further events, visit website RSAA.

Special Mention

Memorial for Lord Chapple

Many influential people including a representative of HM The King met at The Royal Memorial Chapel, The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst on 11th March 2023 to say goodbye to a » Continue Reading.

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Nepal receives 130,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine from UK

The jabs are part of grant assistance from the British government, the embassy says. British Ambassador to Nepal HE Nicola Pollitt has handed over 130,000 plus doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to Nepal, as part of the UK’s direct bilateral support.

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Memorial honouring Aldershot's Gurkha history unveiled

A life-sized statue honouring a town's long history and friendship with the Gurkhas has been
The bronze, in Princes Gardens in Aldershot, depicts Kulbir Thapa Magar carrying a
wounded soldier from the Leicestershire regiment off the battlefield during World War One.

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