Bockray to Beldangi, Kikhorthang to Kentucky

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“Jatasya Hi Dhruvo Mrityur Druvam Janma Mritasya Cha Tasmaad Aparihaaryearthe Na twam Shochitum Arhasi” – Bhagwat Gita.
“For one who has taken birth, death is certain and for one who is dead, birth is certain; therefore you ought not to lament for an inevitable situation”- Bhagwat Gita 
Late Hari Lal Mishra
Late Hari Prasad Mishra (1925-2014)

Born 89 years back in Bockray Bhutan, late Hari Prasad Mishra, popularly known as “BAIDANGI” in Tsirang, left for his heavenly abode on March 21, 2014. He served the humanity as an Ayurvedic Healer (Baidangi) and performed several miracles. Among his expertise was his unfailing ability to treat barrenness/infertility. He blessed several childless couples with children using his sacred Vedic Mantras. His sense of uprightness and wisdom has been the North Star for his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. No words can adequately suffice his virtues. He had to unfortunately leave his birth place Kikhorthang, Bockray in 1992 but live with his entire family in Refugee camps in Nepal for more than 18 gruesome years, except for his one son who is still back in Thimphu Bhutan. In 2010, he was resettled in Kentucky USA. From Bockray to Beldangi, Kikhorthang to Kentucky, late Hari Prasad Mishra lived a full life. He is survived by his wife Nar Maya Mishra, 9 children (8 Living and their spouses), 29 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. May the Almighty embrace him and the survivors be all blessed.

The bereaved family would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all our relatives and well- wishers for their support and solidarity during the needy hour. Rituals are being performed at Louisville USA, Motithang Thimphu and Adelaide Australia. The “Sudhae” (finishing day) will be on 2nd April in Kentucky-USA, on 3rd April in Thimpu Bhutan and Adelaide Australia. Therefore, all relatives and well-wishers are kindly invited to join the last day of the ritual.

All we have to hold onto now are the happy memories that we’ve shared with the Late Hari Prasad Mishra. This is what keeps him alive in our hearts and in our minds, and he will continue to live on through us. He will be dearly missed. He was an apple of everyone’s eye. He will be cherished in our memories forever. May he reside eternally in heavenly abode.

Wife, sons, daughters, in-laws, grand and great grandchildren!