Ram Bahadur Bomjon, popularly known as Buddha Boy, who disapperead in March this year has been spotted near a dense forest in Pathlaiya nijgadh, on Sunday night. Local hunters, who had been out hunting in the jungle spotted Bomjon first.
Few things we know from media after his reappearance:
He looked slender than before, was in grimy cloths and had long hair flowing down his shoulder.
He was carrying a sharp sword with him and when asked why he needed it, he said he’s carrying it for his own protection.
He claims that he still hadn’t eaten any food, but eats herbs. He wandered around the jungles in Bara, Parsa and Rautahat districts.
His pervious handlers, the members of the Tapaswi Sewa Samiti, are settling up a place for his meditation nearby the Halkhori Lake in Ratanpuri.
“I am engaged in devotion which will continue for six years,” the boy told reporters.
He doesn’t want the new meditation site to be noisy and wants his followers to keep 10 meters distance.
When asked what to do with the donations that his followers and visitors would make, he urged to do anything with the donations, but keep from engaging in business or misuse.
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