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‘The Shadows in Silion’ fatalistic medieval fantasy

‘The Shadows in Silion’ fatalistic medieval fantasy

- by Bashant Khadka

‘The Shadows in Silion’ is a fast paced, fatalistic medieval fantasy. It has a diverse and strong male lead with a series potential. Kritartha S.J.B Rana is a Nepali fantasy writer who writes in English. ‘The...

How are we getting rice on our Table?

How are we getting rice on our Table?

- by Suman Bagale

“Have you eaten rice?”, the first thing someone would ask if you meet them during late morning and evening hours. Rice is one and only major diet, which we have been enjoying on our table...

The increasing needs for environmental conservation

The increasing needs for environmental conservation

- by Pratik Bhattarai

Environment refers to the complex of physical, chemical and biological factors that act upon an organism or an ecological community; and ultimately determines its form and survival. In other words, the environment is where we...

Inside a book, I found a friend

Inside a book, I found a friend

- by Nirdesh Subedi

It was one monsoon evening; I picked up a book and opened it. Inside, I found an unknown friend waiting. Our friendship was a little weird. I would just sit and listen to her and...

A letter to my childhood friend

A letter to my childhood friend

- by Isha Mishra

Remember the last time we had a meaningful conversation? I don’t. It’s been a long time since you listened to me. I have always been at the listening end and you at the speaking end....

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The growth of E-commerce

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- by Pratyush Awasthi

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- by Suzanne Shrestha

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Stuck in a Snow Globe

Stuck in a Snow Globe

- by Aakanchhya Neupane

I was at the dance moms meet and greet and my stomach was about to drop to the floor! I was a really big fan of the all-time TV show, dance moms! The dancers were incredible! I looked over to the dancers and saw something that I had never seen before! ABBY LEE MILLER! Abby Lee was the choreographer of every dance performance, duet, and solos! I was beyond speechless.

Sekuwa: An Engrossing Tale

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- by Parul Sigdel

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Writing about oneself on the internet?

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- by Prallabi Lohani

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My 3-day trip to Lukla and Kala Patthar

My 3-day trip to Lukla and Kala Patthar

- by Prakrish Acharya

I started thinking about the trip. First, I was excited to visit the place as Lukla Airport is one of the most dangerous airports in the world. The second thought that came to my mind was, I would be walking for 4 hours per day as Google suggested, which I thought would be easy.

Without you

Without you

- by Preety Subedi

My heart felt very heavy, millions of thoughts were going on in my brain. I was drowned in the dark ocean of my own thoughts. I did what society suggested to me.

Everything is destined, just stay calm

Everything is destined, just stay calm

- by Sabina Thapa

Human beings panic at their tough times and get super excited at their achievements or fulfillments. If their desires or wishes are not fulfilled then they go to extreme level of anxieties and if they achieve what they want, then their happiness has no boundaries.

Embracing and admiring relationships

Embracing and admiring relationships

- by Sabina Thapa

There are many misconceptions about marriage. One of them is related to the relationship between a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law. Probably, the most dreaded and talked topic of marriage would be mother-in-law being problematic. However, it might not be true in reality.

Concern over the increasing death of Rhinos

Concern over the increasing death of Rhinos

- by Pratik Bhattarai

A total of 39 rhinos died in the current fiscal year due to some preventable and natural causes and five of them in the recent past two months. This is the highest number of rhino's death from natural causes in a year in the country's history after the armed conflict in the country when poachers had killed 37 rhinos in 2058 BS.

Rooftop farming during COVID- 19 Pandemic

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- by Pratik Bhattarai

Though Nepal is an agricultural country, where agriculture is the main source of income, our agricultural products are not even enough for the local population. More than 70 percent of people in Nepal depend on agriculture, primarily for their livelihood.

Lost love

Lost love

- by Faris Shamim

Sleepless nights filled with pain and suffering that my heart goes through in your remembrance have become regular now. My heart itches for the warmth, you once gave it. I never thought that one day I would have to take the help of a pen to spill out the sufferings of my heart.