Our analysts have collected some pieces which have been compiled from various high placed sources which reveal that it was not for nothing that the King decided to visit the temple on that day which coincided with the celebration of the King’s down fall last year around the same time.
It has already been printed in this weekly that the King went to the temple and sacrificed five different animals in order to “please” Goddess Dakshin Kali. The Hindus call it “Panch-bali”. The Nepal Army even played the same old national anthem in honor of the King at the temple premises. The King was escorted by high military officials as well.
Some even said that people residing in the area had thronged to see their King in sizeable numbers.
As per the Hindu religion, the sacrifices of animals are offered to Goddesses in order to get “blessings”.
Goddess Kali is considered to be the source of “energy and power” and thus what the King might have sought from the Goddess is any body’s guess.
However, those who don’t believe in such offerings and sacrifices of animals remain bemused as what the Goddess existing in the form of a “stone idol” would have hinted or even blessed the King. But then yet the EPA leaders-most of whom do not believe in the existence of the Gods or of the Goddesses –got terrified to the extent that they even imagined that the Dakshin Kali might have consoled the King that whatever he had lost last year would return to him soon.
A special sect in Hindu religion certainly believes in this theory that some Goddesses who demand animal sacrifices upon quenching her thirst with the animal blood provides blessings to the one who has worshipped her. Others say that no God or for that matter the Goddesses demand the blood of the poor and innocent animals.
Experts of Hindu religion even guarantee that there had been no mention of Goddesses asking for animal blood in order to please her.
“The men have made such rituals and traditions”, they stress and add that no religion on earth demand animal sacrifice.
But then yet the panic was seen among the leaders belonging to different political camps. Or else what could have panicked the EPA leaders? Should this mean that the EPA leaders too believe in the blessings of Gods and Goddesses?
Now let’s come to the main point.
Unsubstantiated report yet but made available to this paper by some high placed political sources in Kathmandu say that King Gyanendra’s ceremony for the much publicized ‘Coronation” began right from April 20-a day which is religiously very important for the entire Hindus all over the world-and lasted for ten days that is the ceremony came to an end on April 29-to be precise.
However, on which date King Gyanendra was crowned by none less that the Head Priest Janardan Raj Pandey is yet unknown. Nevertheless high placed sources claim that it should have either been prior to the animal sacrifice on April 24 or after that.
Let’s presume for the sake of convenience that the King might have chosen the day for his crowning ceremony only after receiving the “abstract” blessings from the Goddess at Dakshin kali temple. If this were so then the date must have been well after April 24, last month.
What has also come to our notice is that the Head Priest Reverend Janardan Raj Panday had once told King Gyanendra that he had a keen desire to see the King crowned.
Whether the Head Priest at the
Having said that, what is boggling the minds of the
Well, for a moment if we conclude that such a ceremony did materialize, then that would mean that the King remains yet undeterred and hopes that a day will soon come when he will regain every thing what had been snatched from him by the parliament which was given a new lease of life by none less than the King himself?
The Palace intrigues!
What is also surprising is that if such a coronation ceremony did take place inside the confinements of the
If one were to look back to what our telegraphnepal.com had written some two months back then the coronation ceremony must have been accomplished on April 27 last month.
Analysts here are still on a hunt to collect some more facts to substantiate to what have been recorded here.