पाठक मञ्चमा साँखुकी लुमन्ती श्रेष्ठले लेख्नुभएको ‘लौ सुनौं कारुणिक आवाज’ -२७ मंसिर) शीर्षक लेख पढ्दा म कलम समाउन बाध्य भएँ । ‘जग्गा बेचेर खान नपुगेपछि मेरो कपडासमेत बेच्न बाँकी राखेनन्’ भनेर उहाँले तारा आचार्यको ब्यथा लेख्नुभएको रहेछ । तर गुल्मीकी ५७ वषर्ीया खिमकुमारीले अत्यधिक मादक पदार्थ सेवन गरी काठको आग्लोले हानेर श्रीमान् मानबहादुर सिंजालीलाई खुत्रुक्कै […]
Every year, at least a person gets killed at Sundarijal around this season and the person is always the only child in the family. Despite hearing this local story with trepidation and identifying some of the racers as being the only child in the family, they began the race, undeterred. Vrroom! Vrrooooooooom!
Vishnu asked me to narrate the hiking trip we had on Sunday, December 03rd but I am not the most creative writer in the world, even during my college life I used to avoid writing classes as much as possible and used to take Technical courses
Sunday, November 19, 2006. It was the day on which the Everest uncensored team was setting out for its 52nd adventures around the valley at high altitude. The team had chosen Phulbarigate to Jomacho to Phulbarigate route for the day’s hik
It has been wonderful experience for the Everest Uncensored (EU) team to explore the thrills around the Kathmandu valley at the high altitude. In its adventures, the EU team has experienced the rural set up and its contradiction with the so called modern and urban life in the Kathmandu valley. Our team mates have experienced […]
This week, the Everest Uncensored team had planned to make the hike shorter and easier in contrast to the regular hikes. So the team started from Surya Binayek thinking we would end the hike at Lakuri Bhanjyang climbing down to Lubhu.
Last week, the Everest uncensored team wanted to explore the natural beauty of Okhreni. It is a bhanjyang (pass) lying approximately at the altitude of 2000m above the sea level. From the vantage point of deurali, the northern ridges of Phulchowki range can be seen rising from Panauti along the banks of Roshi and the […]
On October 15, the team had planned to go for a short hike from Raniban to Jamacho. They were, of course, unaware of the fact that the army had closed the area down. This was a blessing in disguise, however, as the team headed towards Kakani for a hike that would be longer, much more interesting and much more fun – and not just because Kakani is associated with JAITI, which, in turn, is associated with bhaam majja.