Sugauli Agreement Between India And Nepal

And if landowners at the reciprocal border are sometimes eliminated, regardless of whether the British government should allow the Rajah de Nipal to be submitted to both governments to avoid ongoing disputes and discussions between the two governments, the Commissioners concerned should, as part of a reciprocal agreement and cooperation , to exchange these countries. to subject them to a single power. Every time the Terai is restored, nipal`s Rajah will stop demanding the sum of two rolling lakhs per year that the British government has advanced for the maintenance of some of its government`s barahdars. Chandra Shamsher, then Prime Minister of Nepal, wanted to conclude a treaty with Britain for the recognition of Nepal`s independence. [13] Aware of the implicit restrictions imposed by the Sugauli Treaty on Nepal`s foreign policy, he wanted Nepal to be recognized as an entirely sovereign nation. When the Prince of Wales, then Edward VIII, arrived in Kathmandu in 1921, Chandra Shumsher wondered whether a new peace treaty between Nepal and Britain should be formulated. The treaty was discussed by the British authorities in Kathmandu, Nepal and London for more than a year, before the final treaty was signed on 21 December 1923 in Singha Durbar, Kathmandu. [2] Since it is impossible to establish desirable boundaries between the two states without investigation, it is appropriate for the Commissioners to be appointed on both sides in order to jointly create a clearly defined border on the basis of the above conditions and to define a fair demarcation line with regard to the net separation of the respective territories of the British Government to the south and Nipal to the north; And if encirclements occur to destroy the right tone of the line, the Commissioners should have an exchange of countries that will thus interfere in the principles of clear reciprocity. The Treaty of Sugauli, signed in 1815 between Nepal and the East India Company, marked an important turning point in Nepal`s history. Nepal had lost a brief war with the East India Company and forced it to cede much of its territory. The contract, signed by Parish Bradshaw for the Company and Raj Gajaraj Mishra on behalf of Nepal, largely defined the parameters of Nepal`s foreign policy during the British Raj.

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