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 Welcome to Kolma Bahakot Samaj UK

Kolma Bahakot Samaj UK 

based in the United Kingdom was established on 19th January 2007 by the members of surrounding areas of Kolma Bahakot for the vertuous of all members residing in United Kingdom. The Kolma Bahakot Samaj UK is neither affiliated to kolma Bahakot Samaj, Pokhara, Nepal nor other societies. It is entirely independent and non-profit making society.
  • To consociate among the closely related confraternity and intertwined relatives of surrounding areas of Kolma Bahakot.
  • To make unity and create comprehensive understanding among the members of Kolma Bahakot samaj UK based in UK. 
  • To maintain cooperation, intercommunion, mutually support, integration and helping each other on any cases ultimately. 
  • To maintain cooperation, intercommunion, mutually support, integration and helping each other on any cases ultimately. 
  • To introduce an importance of volunteer social work for the society. 
  • To organise periodic national and international symposia, seminars and cultural programmes and various aspects of our history, life and cultural. 
  • An establishment of EMERGENCY FUND (APATIJANAK KOSH) An establishment of focalisation point. 
  • To set up a basic principle of fundamental, functional systems and the responsibilities within the society. 
  • To unite and associate the members of Kolma Bahakot samaj UK. 
  • To organise social events occasionally such as charity events, Summer Outing BBQ (Get Together) and celebration of Lhosar (Soi Kain). 
  • To preserve the Nepalese mother tongue, by using it any meetings and in publications, and encouraging its use in home. 
  • To preserve the cultural and religious norms, dresses and values and traditional sacraments of Nepalese by means of Buddhist and Hindu philosophy. 
  • To publish or assist with the publication of Nepalese scriptures a Nepalese dictionary and historical records collected by Nepalese thinkers. 
  • To publish regularly cultural and recreational news bulletin or magazine with the objective or publishing the activities or Nepalese residing in the United Kingdom. 
  • To carry out such other activities as may be deemed necessary by the Committee Members.


The membership fee is £100.00 (Hundred pounds) per person with the valid of a life time. The transaction of any sums from the membership fees will go to the EMERGENCY FUND.



    It is very sad news to inform you that Our life Member Mr. Kesh Bahadur Thapa's Beloved Father late Mr. Khadka Bahadur Thapa,Age of 92 years Old passed away on 03 Sep 2014 at Fewa City Hospital Pokhara, Népal during his treatment. 


    On behalf of KBUSK, we all the members would like to extend our heartfelt condolences and deepest sympathy to his bereaved family members. May God grant peace to the departed soul in the heaven!

    Additional Information: Mr. Kesh Thapa has already gone to Nepal for his late father's  final Tribute.