It has been 20 years since I first witness the South Asian Games in Kathmandu. I Still have good memory of that event. I had made a 15 feet long Nepal’s Flag which I carried in every football match Nepal played. I wish I still had that flag but during the Royal Massacre my mom gave that flag to the crowd during the riots that held in Kathmandu.Continue reading »
Every year there is a rally going around the city during the first day of Nepal Sambat. Lots of people from Newar community take part in the rally with traditional Newari dress .Continue reading »
On the occasion of New year celebration of Nepal Sambat the newar community held a rally to celebrate it. Every newar influenced city organize a rally in Nepal with people dressed up in Newari dress and dancing in Newari music.
The Rock Pub, Bangkok
Without music, life would be dull. Music has all the taste according to your mood. When there is a celebration time, music is always on, and guess what people says? Let’s rock man.city is full of entertainment of all kinds. It is your choice which one you would love to take as your source of entertainment.
I have always been a rocker. Since the first day I have came to Bangkok, I always looked for a place where they have live music or a place where they play rock music. At the beginning of my days in Bangkok, I was somewhat frustrated, as I did not go out too much and so had no idea where they play such type of music which was according to my taste.
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This day will be recorded in the history book of Kathmandu valley. Bagmati River is important part of this valley. Since last few decades many parts of this river were illegally capture by people at different places in the name of homeless people, so called sukumbasi.
It was a great experience to watch Standard Chartered Bangkok Marathon 2011, Bangkok at 3 am. I was invited by our Nepali participant Mr. Mahendra Man Maharjan and his coach our veteran player Mr. Baikuntha Manandhar.
It was a memorable time to watch the start of the game and talk with Mr. Manandhar. He shared his past experience with me and my other friends Dr. Ashish Subedi from Nepal and Mr. Hilal and Mr. Alam from Pakistan. There were many runners from around the world of different age.
I am a regular visitor to Banglamukhi Temple at Patan. Every time I am there I always see plastic bag laying around the temple premises dumped by people who buy the diyo (traditional butter lamps). It makes the environment of the temple very much polluted and messy. These plastic bags are very small to use for some other purpose beside carrying very small things.