Akron Bhutanese observe final rituals of Bishnu Nepal

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June 9 : The funeral ceremony of 9-year-old Bishnu Kumar Nepal, who died drowning into the lake this week, was observed in a local cremation center in Akron, Ohio.

Photo courtesy: Family
Photo courtesy: Family

Three hours long funeral process ended Monday evening, Amber Subba told Bhutan News Service from there.

Several resettled Bhutanese, representatives from the school where Nepal was studying, International Institute of Akron, and SEWA International among others attended the function to sympathize Nepal’s family.

According to Subba, resettled Bhutanese extended their full supports like local agencies and bereaved family could gather enough money required for the funeral.

“For Nepal’s family, this incident brought home unfathomable agony,” said Subba, “However, “They are thankful for mounting sympathy and supports for the irreparable loss from Bhutanese around the world.”

 

 

13 COMMENTS

  1. Heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family.
    It is unfortunate to Bhutanese community in US, this is a great loss. Youngsters are our ambassadors in the new world.
    We pray for his soul in peace….
    We are with you Nepal family.

    Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire.

  2. I extend a heartfelt condolence to the entire Nepal family on the unexpected and untimely demise of Bishnu Kumar Nepal. May God bless with power to all bereaved individuals to resist pain and compensate grief for this irrepairable loss.Let the departed soul of Bishnu rest with peace in Heaven.

    Bhima Baniya N Family.
    Storslett, Norway.

  3. June 10th, 2010 at 4:16 pm
    I extend a heartfelt condolence to the entire Nepal family on the unexpected and untimely demise of Bishnu Kumar Nepal. May God bless with power to all bereaved individuals to resist pain and compensate grief for this irrepairable loss.Let the departed soul of Bishnu rest with peace in Heaven

  4. Heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family. May the almighty provide enough strength to the family to withstand this loss. Prayers for his departed soul to rest in peace in the lord’s home.
    On the other hand, lets all keep up learning from each irrepairable incedent to avert another uncertainly successive one.
    The American system of child supervisoin and traffic safety often befall upon the us as staggering challenges. Every life is precious. I think one and all needs to put the best effort to acclimate with these systems, which when not tolerated might cause forth the loss beyond imagination.
    Yam Kharel
    Bhutanese Community of Tennessee