Krishna Kadel, the director of Indreni, a program that has touched the hearts of people living in the country and abroad, reached Raju Periyar’s house when Nepalese folk-singing emperor Raju Periyar was hit by a big thunder. The 72-year-old father of Raju Periyar, who managed to win the hearts of people living in the country and abroad, passed away on Sunday morning.
Singer Pariyar announced the news of his father’s death through social media. Pariyar, whose house is in Chisapani, Bensishahar Municipality-2, Lamjung, was living in Chitwan Bhimnagar today. Nathi Pariyar, who has been suffering from lung-related problems for the past 3-4 years, was treated in Kathmandu some time ago, but after her health did not improve, she was taken to Chitwan. Krishna Kandel, president of Krishna Kandel Indreni Foundation, reached his residence in Bharatpur Metropolitan City from Ward No.
20 Purbi Bhimnagar Tudikhel, wishing the late father abode in heaven and asking him to give strength to the grieving family to bear patience. Along with Kandel, the technical head of the Indreni program Deepak Ghimire, the ward president, and many people reached Pariyar’s residence and paid tribute to his father asking him to grant him the strength to bear patience in time of grief. He was being treated in Kathmandu and was brought to Chitwan two months ago after his health improved.
He suddenly developed a health problem at his home in Chitwan on Sunday morning and died during treatment at Bharatpur Hospital. Mangal Singh (Nathi) has 2 wives, 6 sons, and 2 daughters. All the families are working in their houses according to Hindu customs, methods, methods, and traditions. Raju Periyar, who was helping Krishna Kadel, who was working as a charioteer for the sad and helpless, reached home when there was a huge thunderstorm.