The British government made Nepal a state in 1931, when it granted the British colonial rulers a right to rule the country for 200 years.
The British did not give the Nepalese any rights of citizenship.
However, the government created the Nepali state in 1873 and named it the United Kingdom of Nepal.
The Nepaleses were granted independence from Britain in 1948 and, since then, the Nepalis have been a proud member of the UK.
Nepalesem people are proud of the British contribution to their country.
It is their country and they want to live in it, said Dr Gyanendra, president of the Nepal Institute of Medical Sciences.