Hiking from Budhanilkantha to Shivapuri

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Figure1: Warmming up in NarayanSthan


Figure2: The Name of the Gumba

Figure3: House of this week

Figure4: Map of the Shivapuri National Park

Figure5: Area Guide Map

Figure6: Net

Figure7: Way to Nagi Gumba

Figure8: contd…

Figure9: Wild Beauty

Figure10: Forest of the Nagi Gumba

Figure11: The Buddhist stairs

Figure12: View of Kapan from Nagi

Figure13: Buddhist tap at Nagi

Figure14: The Police man :)

Figure15: Lucky Number Three

Figure16: Mahesh, Dikesh, Bimal and NischalD at back

Figure17: The flower belongs to Aani(Monk)

Figure18: SunFlower also belongs to them

Figure19: Artistic door

Figure20: Loaded Tree

Figure21: Group photo at Nagi

Figure22: The inside view of Monastery

Figure23: The Aani were busy making a trail

Figure24: The Aanis’ canteen

Figure25: The Place for rest

Figure26: Cooking range for the Aanis

Figure27: The Kind Aani who cooked noodle for hikers

Figure28: Self Help in the respect to Aani

Figure29: View of the Kathmandu with no sun

Figure30: As always BABA(Keshav) and CHELA(NishchalS)

Figure31: The aanis’ make a trail

Figure32: Climbing Up…

Figure33: In the Bush

Figure34: View of Kathmandu contd…

Figure35: Towards Bagdwar

Figure36: The Trail

Figure37: Another form of the Trail

Figure38: Guess what is it …?

Figure39: Looks like winter

Figure40: Wild Flower

Figure41: The Origin of Bagmati at Bagdwar

Figure42: The D2an at the origins

Figure43: Lord Shiva

Figure44: The Single Sadu at Shivapuri

Figure45: This is called BAGHDWAR

Figure46: Baghwar Pond for Holly Purpose

Figure47: The peak of the shivapuri is just 1 km

Figure48: The trail

Figure49: Just two Oxen at the peak

Figure50: Approaching the peak

Figure51: Cemetery of Shivapuri Baba

Figure52: The Peak and the group

Figure53: Returning back from the Peak

Figure54: last look of the Origine of the Bagmati

Figure55: The Rock of Bagmati

Figure56: The Picture of the Hikers Destination

Figure57: Feast of the August 27

Hiking from Budhanilkantha to Shivapuri was last modified: June 12th, 2015 by Administrator
 

Blog Comments

  1. mabi

    फाईट हैन के yesyes जिस्केको / जिस्काएको मात्रै हो !

    त्यस्तो फाईट पर्न थाल्यो, सिरियस भो भने त म भागी हाल्छु !

  2. mabi

    stefanie wrote
    he enquires about people just like he digs dirt out from teeth

    mero jawab:

    ग्रेट माईण्डस् टक अबाउट आईडियाज्,
    आभरेज माईण्डस् टक अबाउट ईभेन्टस्,
    लो माईण्डस् टक अबाउट पिपल !

    You can categorize my mental status now :-(

  3. mabi

    Stephe(a?)nie -

    Apart from those serious talks and professional things, I find time to hang around these sites and try to have some fun without damaging the personal relationships with anyone.

    In any sites there will be characters like you who make it more interesting and the insider information of D2 you have, will be an advantage.

    Like I said before, I confused your ID with some one else. क्षमा प्रार्थी छु है ! See I have to guess on limited clues and proved that I am not good in that game. That may be the reason why my retirement fund is sitting idle and uninvested.

    Pawan- Are you some how related to Geeta? Another suspicion. (may be I should open a firm to supply wrong information to GW BUSH and start another war!!) I screwed up Geeta’s ID with some one else क्या ! I thought she was some one who I knew but turned out to be some one else ! Mistakes WERE made. (Listening to lots of political talks-)
    To make EU more fun- you need to be MORE controversial- just a thought…

    (Note to the administrator: Is it possible to activate expressions and make these kind of readings more fun?)

  4. pawan

    Geeta – The Great Lover. May be mabi is a good Nepali and you are a good American. But is that really important to know the fellow blogger? And what’s about you bloating yourself as an American? Sure, you thought that’s gonna help your post more interesting, aren’t you.

  5. Geeta

    Someone told me that Mabi is a dental doctor and he equires about people just like he digs dirt out from teeth. But he is a good Nepali from Boston area. I told him about myself and he did not trust me and started questioning based on my English grammer. Again, I am Stephenie.

    Geeta – the Geeta Lover!

  6. Geeta

    You are in the guessing business or what? Go do stock marketing. You can never guess my natianlity or citizenship status. Stay out of the guessing game.

    Go take a nap man! You are sleepy.

    Geeta – the Geeta Lover!

  7. mabi

    I am more clear now.

    I was teasing thinking that Stephenie is some one who has green card only but turned out to be a citizen.

    My assumption that was totally wrong.
    My instinct failed this time.

    Sorry hai Geeta.

  8. Geeta

    Mabi – your are right about that. I am an American, but my native language is not English and I am not worrying about little punctuation and grammer while I am blogging.

    Get a life man!

    Geeta – the Geeta Lover!

  9. mabi

    Stephanie AKA Geeta

    Your writing does not match your claim of being an American at all.

    Poor grammer !
    Careless writing !

    Don’t rush to post.
    Review and preview first.
    ;-) )

  10. Geeta

    Saurav – I am glad you saw your village. Hiking photos are my best feature in EU. These guys have doen great job being consistent week after week. I am wondering who is pushing this? I hope this does not disappear after a while.

    But – remember to do tough hiking. Toughness matters!

    Geeta – the Geeta Lover

  11. saurav sunar

    i am really glad to see these pictures.i am studying very far from my country and of course missing nepal a lot.these photos once again recalled the momory of the days that i had spent in nepal………because the photos that you are showing is of my village………yes these bagdwar and nagi gumba are still in my heartbeat because these are the place where so many beautiful days of my childhood was elapsed………thank you guys for showing me my village……my small world…god bless you all.

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