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My transformational journey

My transformational journey

- by Jeshika Lamsal

In the past, reading, spending time with family, eating, cooking and watching shows was everything for me; however, being a single child of my parents, I am a straightforward introvert. ...

In love with Boudhanath (with photos)

In love with Boudhanath (with photos)

- by Kunga Hyolmo

The night was chilly. I was shivering. However, a warm feeling of devotion arose in my heart as I saw a lady helping a guy on her phone to get blessings from Boudhanath. The guy...

My first job in US, an unforgettable experience

My first job in US, an unforgettable experience

- by Ramchandra KC

It had been 6 weeks since I arrived in the United States from Nepal.The year was 2013. I was scouting Brighten Avenue in Boston in search of a job. I was with my friend, Ritesh, who...

Fateh

Fateh

- by Lazzana Goverdhan

When void shaping at 2 am floats your mind to darkest place, Hold onto our memories and never let go ...

Taste of freedom

Taste of freedom

- by Lazzana Goverdhan

Circling on and on looking for one way out, Ending up tangled in the labyrinth made, ...

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