Nepalis in Boston to build Pashupatinath Temple, Buddha Stupa

BOSTON: Nepalis communities living in Boston of the USA are all set to construct a community center along with a temple of Pashupatinath and Buddha Stupa. A meeting of the Nepalis recently held in Pashupatinath Buddha Foundation of New England took a decision in this regard and gave a complete nod to the earlier formed ad hoc committee.

A 37-member working committee was formed under the chairmanship of chief of Greater Boston Nepali Community (GBNC) Milan Gurung. Bishnu Mani Acharya is the vice-chairman of the new working committee. The community to be build in 5,700 square feet consists of a parking lot, a multipurpose hall, a kitchen and two office rooms.

At the program, Nepalis living in Boston made their commitment to complete the task at any cost as it was an issue of nationality and respect to our religion and culture.