Nepali baby named “Undivided Far-West”

A pregnant Nepali woman, penniless and trying to travel from India back to her home in Surkhet, found medical and financial assistance via a Nepali political activist group called the “Undivided Far-West.”

In thanks, she named her baby Akhanda Sudur Paschim, which means “undivided far-west.” The Himalayan Times called the name peculiar and noted that the baby’s nickname would be Ansu. (No mention of the baby’s gender.)

Source: ‘Ansu’ baby named after Undivided Far-West

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