KATHMANDU, 5 January 2019 — Withstanding of internet age, everyone is overloaded by information, the information from social media to text through fastest media. Phone is being smart and man? Man is being dependent more on devices than his wisdom and mental state. Lack of information is not an issue, but a problem is selection of information he needs for his balanced life. Busy schedule, ambition of life, success and failure are barking a man to run without mental peace. Full of anxiety is not only absence of peace but it is sometimes more than scary nodes which root position into depth of our life.
Madi, Chitwan, 30th December 2018 — With many to do list, Madi was into my list since the last few years. It is not because of traveling new places but notwithstanding of curiosity and passion to know local culture at the border. Traveling the valley with family was phenomenal experience for quality life which ultimately turned me into new experimental traveler knowing new place.
Kathmandu, 25 December 2018 — I found these certificates in garbage around forest area of Pashupatinath while going for jogging few days ago. A boy said that these documents were thrown after death of that person. Some medicines were also inside the plastic bag. Some certificates were well known to people and some had deeply rooted into one’s.
JANAKPUR, 9 December 2017 — Mithila (Janakpur) was not the first time for me. But, I found #Mithila clean and improving in term of infrastructure on my last trip for one day class organized by Teach for Nepal. I was invited to speak in class of Janata Secondary School so that students will get mileage in their further career symbolizing my speech as a new grip of life.
Visit Nepal 2020, an opportunity for Nepal to exchange culture and Forex, is coming near. Growing tourism is shaping new dynamics with new behavior patterns of tourist with smart phone and technology. New tourism culture is changing the game of conventional tourism in Nepal which leads question to sustainable development to inquire.
PARSA, Sunday, 21 Oct 2018 — Adhabar, Hattishat, formally known as elephant ride, in Parsa wild life reservation is slowly coming into light of international and internal tourists. We also came to know about elephant ride at Adhabar, dense forest, locally known as Charkose Jhadi, three months ago. Adhabar is nearby Amleshganj and 22km far from Hetauda.
(प्रस्तुत मुल कथा र कथामा प्रस्तुत गरिएको ईतिहास र प्राकृतिक स्थान तथा कला प्रस्तरका बयानहरु र नियतिहरु काल्पनिक नभै सत्य नै हुन् । केवल पात्र मात्र काल्पनिक हुन्)
मेरो कक्षा कोठा कै झ्यालबाट गढि देखिन्छ, म गढी देखाउँदै विद्यार्थीलाई इतिहास बुझाउँछु, साहसका र समर्पणका कथा सुनाउँछु र महसुस गर्न लगाउछु, पुर्खाको वीरता सम्झेर शरिरमा जोश उमार्छन, उनिहरु पनि साहसी बन्छन् र गर्व गर्दै भन्छन हामी वीरका सन्तान। अनि नजिकैको गोरक्ष तालको कुरा गर्छु, विद्यार्थीहरु रोमान्चित हुन्छन् र भविस्ष्यमा धेरै पर्यटकहरु आउने अनुमान लाउँदै संरक्षण र विकासका कुरा गर्छन् ।
बस्तुले चेतना बान्ने हो कि चेतनाले बस्तुलाइ ब्यख्या गर्ने हो भन्ने अवधारना बजीएपनि, येहि कुरा बुज्ने क्षामता चेतना भएसम्म मात्रै हुन्छ। सधै चेतना युक्त हुन अन्तर-मनलाइ बुज्न अत्यन्ता जरुरि हुन्छ। चेतन युक्त अन्तर-मनको लागि ध्यान जरुरि छ जसले भौतिक जीवानलाइ आध्यात्मिक शक्त्ति सङ्ग जोडेर भौतिक जीवनलाइ सरल अनि सहस बनाउछ।
KATHMANDU, Friday, 14 September, 2018 — Imagine what you want and find on your Pam. It seems a dream, but such dreams are transferring into reality. It is a new approach and an innovative idea that I and my team has tried to relate imagination into reality in UN digital library. Just think and speak what you want, UN digital library would prompt available materials in various formats – documents, photos and videos – of information. Concept of voice over search engine has been implemented into the digital library, especially for those people who are very special and differently able to perform any acts of their life. With essence of global agenda 2030 – sustainable development – we tried to accommodate all leaving no one behind. This is still not enough but might be the first kind in digital library in Nepal to try to reach more people through unique campaign of the UN’s knowledge management to preserve institutional memories.
KATHMANDU – Saturday late evening, 1st September 2018, was raining and cool breeze was touching my face, feeling my chest and hitting legs. I was in shorts returning home on bike. I was in speed since I didn’t want to get wet. Cough and cold already caught me last week. I reached home and “a drunk woman was lying on the road in our area and she was surrounded by a big crowd”, my wife and kids said while I was parking the bike. Such cases of drunken man or woman were not the case first time for me. I found a lot while roaming around Kathmandu and jogging around Pashupati area. I just went to observe.