National Heroes / Personalities / Luminaries of Nepal
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Throughout the history of Nepal, various persons have contributed to the nation. Because of their contribution to the nation and society, they are respected as the “National luminaries (sapnta). Some of them gave up their lives, and others their labour, knowledge and property for the nation and its art and literature. There are innumerable persons in our county whom we remember as important persons. Among them, a very few are listed as being the national luminaries. A committee, chaired by Bal Krishna Sama, had declared 13 persons as the national luminaries in 2018 BS. In the 2050s, two other persons have been included in the list: Pasang Lhamu Sherpa (2055) and Shankhdhar Shakhwa (2056). In 2066, Kirat Mahaguru, Falgunananda has also been included in the list of national luminaries. Now, altogether, seventeen (17) persons have been declared the national luminaries. The following is the brief introduction to each of them.
- King Janak
- King Ram Sham
- Amar Singh Thapa
- Pasang Lhamu Sherpa
- Mahaguru Falgunanda (Kirat)
- BalBhadra Kunwar
- Bhimsen Thapa
- King Tribhuvan
- King Prithivi Narayan Shah
- Gautam Buddha
- Bhanubhakta Acharya
- Moti Ram Bhatta
- Sankhadhar Sakkw
National heroes of Nepal and their Contribution to the Nepal
- Sage Janak: national luminaries of Nepal
Janak was the king of Mithila, known as Janakpur these days; he was a religious and spiritual-minded person and a follower of Brahma. He lived his life as a sage, always studying religious books and philosophy. He gave more importance to soul and spirit than the mere physical body. He had great respect of intellectuals, sages, Yogis and pundits. He patronized many intellectuals, including women. Maitreyi and Gargi were notable women intellectuals who graced his court. In his court, he used to have discussions and debates among sages and intellectuals on religion, Bhakti (devotion), Moksha (salvation), scriptures (shruti), and civic policies (Neeti). During his period, all the people in his state were happy, prosperous and secure. During the reign of king Janak, Mithila was the centre for knowledge and learning. Therefore, he was famous in the ancient Mithila region as well as across the entire Bharatvarsha (the greater India).
- Sita: national luminaries of Nepal
Sita was the daughter of king Janak and wife of Lord Rama. Hindus worship her as Janaki Mata (Goddess Janaki). She is respected for her personal character, toleration and patience. She was an ideal person with full of virtues. It is believed that she never compromised her virtue even if she suffered many difficulties in her life.