Nov 23

I am a common man; I have my own thoughts and have rights to express them in my own way. I am not a person who has knowledge about geo politics but as an educated person the happenings things around my country and the world makes me think about them.

At present there is a big debate going on about Nepal future, how Nepal is going to be divided into different states. One of the proposed states is Awadh.

So what does Awadh means? I got some information about it from Wikipedia which states as follows:

State of Lumbini, Awadh and Tharuwan in red color

 State of Lumbini, Awadh and Tharuwan in red color
Picture taken from Ekantipur.com


Awadh’s political unity can be traced back to the ancient Hindu kingdom of Kosala, with Ayodhya as its capital. Modern Awadh finds historical mention only in the time of Akbar, in the late 16th century.

In prehistoric Awadh, the kingdom of Rama, contained five main divisions:

  1. Uttara Kosala or the trans-Ghaghra districts, now known as Bahraich, Gonda, Basti and Gorakhpur.
  2. Silliana, consisting of lower range of hills to the north of Uttara Kosala, now belonging to Nepal, with Tarai at its base.
  3. Pachhimrath, which may be roughly described as the country between Ghaghra and Gomti west to the line from Ayodhya to Sultanpur. This division included about third of present district of Faizabad(including Ambedkarnagar), a small portion of the north of Sultanpur, greater part of Barabanki, and sections of the Lucknow and Sitapur districts.
  4. Purabrath, which may be roughly described as the country between Ghaghra and Gomti east to the line from Ayodhya to Sultanpur. This division included about two-thirds of present district of Faizabad(including Ambedkarnagar), a the north-eastern corner of Sultanpur, and parts of Azamgarh and Jaunpur.
  5. Arbar, extended soutwards Gomti to the Sai River.

State of Awadh in UP
State of Awadh in UP

Picture taken from sushantsupriya.com

There is another news many of Nepali are unaware of. Have you heard that the parliament of Utter Pradesh (U.P) pass a resolution that they want to divide U.P into four new states and among them one of the state is going to be Awadh. The central government and the parliament of India still need to pass it in order to divide U.P into four new states.

Here one question arises, both the country will have a adjoin state called Awadh. Will both Awadhis stay separately for years?  What if people from both Awadh states raise a voice to be one in let’s say 20 years time? Who is going to stop them? Won’t it invite new civil war? I don’t know who are behind all these new concepts of making new states in India and Nepal but it is our concern now.

If we think deeply, it is possible scenario of Nepal in future. We just saw Sudan being divided into two new country by people’s verdict. We can’t stop the Awadh state to be single state in future if the state of both Awadh wants to be one or they want to be a independent state of the world. We can take the example of State of Sikkim which joined India.

These are just my assumptions but we cannot deny the possibility, which I just wanted to share with you guys. Every individual of their own thoughts and you guys too have your own on this issue but what I think is that to make all the Nepali unite before the country’s gets divided into new geopolitical states we have to think about all the possible aspect and future of the country. We don’t want another civil war in near future.

Jai Nepal

3 Responses to “State Of Awadh and future of Nepal and Utter Pradesh (India)”

  1. Dhiraj Says:


    Very interesting …… Who knows

  2. Subin Says:


    Now all these turn of events and how things are adding up can’t be mere coincidence. You seem to have done quite some research on this. Looks like all this is a part of a grand design of integration through disintegration

  3. Rashmita Shrestha Says:


    Indeed very interesting…. Something we were not aware about…

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