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Rajas' enlightened leadership promotes invincibility for Japan, South Korea, Nepal
by Global Good News staff writer
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30 October 2008
Speaking on Maharishi Global Family Chat, Raja John Konhaus, Raja of Invincible Japan for the Global Country of World Peace, reported a recent visit to his domain by Raja Kingsley Brooks, Raja of Invincible South Korea and Nepal. During this visit, the two Rajas discussed plans for partnerships between the three Asian countries.
During their recent tours, both Raja Konhaus and Raja Kingsley found extremely positive responses from the people of their domains. 'Nature is showering blessings on these countries—Japan, South Korea, and Nepal—through the programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi,' said Raja Konhaus. 'It has been a joy for both Raja Kingsley and me to bring Maharishi's knowledge to these countries.'
Since the nations of South Korea and Japan are so close geographically, the two Rajas have found it beneficial to join together in some endeavors. They have been sharing leadership approaches and successes during the recent months. 'We hope to carry on an exchange of knowledge and course offerings between the two countries—a tradition which Maharishi began decades ago.'
The Rajas also hope to initiate an exchange among all three countries in the area of trade and commerce, utilizing Nepal's rich market for Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture products. Raja Konhaus reported that Raja Kingsley has stimulated great interest in Maharishi's knowledge among Nepalese farmers and producers.
'Working together in these areas of knowledge, celebration, and commerce, Raja Kingsley and I look forward to our domains' swift rise to invincibility,' concluded Raja Konhaus.
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