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Cosmopolitan Cry

Cosmopolitan Cry

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

The dungeon dwellers of a downtown city say: "All that glitters is not gold!" well. sophisticated gigs of a cosmopolitan

A New Earth

A New Earth

- by Arjun BK

We are on our journey to a new Earth Where there will be sustainability’s dearth The same planet, but different place The Same area, but lack of space

I feel love is nothing for me

I feel love is nothing for me

- by Afaf Shamim

Love, is a word most people find magical and full of care. For me, this word has no meaning. Simply, because I really don’t believe in the word, love. This word itself holds no meaning for me. I believe it is just a fantasy. Just like fake fairy tales that people believe in.

Prioritizing skills and trainings

Prioritizing skills and trainings

- by Sambriddha Raj Maharjan

Nothing is perfect. The desire to achieve, if not perfect but even close to perfectness, is life’s unyielding truth. Everyone aspires and has goals, everyone starts from square one and sets upon a path to find what we truly want to achieve, the life that we so heartily desire.

Introducing Ghanashyam Bista(Humorous fiction)-

Introducing Ghanashyam Bista(Humorous fiction)-

- by Pratik Mainali

The girl lifted her chin and gave me a frosty look. I tackled it with a look of calm dignity. I was simply dripping with the warm liquid of divine affection. I could see a quiet pleasure spreading across her face.

A Wise Man's Song:

A Wise Man's Song:

- by Arjeeb Cartman

Along and aloud, sing this verse, When, predicament drifts you in curse;

Lost Generation

Lost Generation

- by Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

Many households have broken up. The small kids have seen their parents quarreling and splitting without caring about their children’s future and this is a critical situation that seeks urgent attention.

POPCORN

POPCORN

- by Sayana Rai

The sound is deafening. It’s thunderous and so beautiful that it sends shivers down my spine and goosebumps all over my body.

Celebrating Gaijatra

Celebrating Gaijatra

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

There are differences in traditions and celebrating styles according to the places and people in Gaijatra festival. For example, in Bhaktapur, the people of bereaved families bring out the cloth-covered baskets with horns of straw and a painted cow's face affixed into it in the procession. An interesting kind of dance with sticks is also performed in Bhaktapur.

Looking at life from a positive perspective

Looking at life from a positive perspective

- by Iffat Aara

Caring too much of what others think, people often forget how to listen to the voice of their inner selves and the voice of the Universe. Life is too short to waste it on boring days, rude people and lonely evenings. Everyone can fill life with amazing moments, sharing hope and happiness with others.

Why parents should manage children’s screen time

Why parents should manage children’s screen time

- by Jade Gillespie

It is clear that there are many benefits to living in the ‘digital age’. Yet it is also important to remember that children should also enjoy the world beyond their screens and can benefit from less screen time.

Global warming

Global warming

- by Binaya Dhakal

When two earth’s lovers meet at a coffee shop, global warming is the universal icebreaker. Extreme heat, the big snowmelt, increasing sea level, floods and droughts for this weekend; it’s all are fair game.

Dance for life

Dance for life

- by Nirajan Rijal

Saumyata talking to herself, “Oh my god, I am nervous. This is not the first time I am in front of the audience, yet why am I feeling so anxious.”

Penetrating the spider-web of information

Penetrating the spider-web of information

- by Aashish Sunar

This age of social media is called the “Golden Age of Content.” Social media is full of freely available and accessible resources. But many people are overwhelmed by a large amount of content in social media like YouTube and Facebook.

YOU

YOU

- by Nirdesh Subedi

You are a kind heart that beats for others A genuine smile that spreads sweet colors You are an innocent child who is full of life In my gloomy journey, you are my fount of light

Do you?

Do you?

- by Sayana Rai

Do you marvel at the mundane everyday things in life? Do you appreciate the warmth that spreads on your entire body when you lay there covered under the quilt?

Car-mania!

Car-mania!

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

In Nepal, automobiles were not introduced till the period of Rana Regime. The first car brought upon this country is a T-model Ford in 1912. It was the royal order for the personal use of the king of Nepal. This model-T Ford weighing 1 ton, was carried by 40 men in 10 rows from Amlekhganj to the capital city Kathmandu

My School days

My School days

- by Kshitiz Jha

Being one of the most loved students by teacher, classmates and staffs at Rupy’s made me feel strong (in a figurative way) even though I was the smallest in height and the weakest in the class. Till grade six I did not know what hate was simply because people were kind around me and so was I. But as soon as I transferred school, I felt like I was snatched from my ‘comfort place’ and thrown to a dungeon filled with red eyed fox.

My journey of helping

My journey of helping

- by Shikha Bahety

As a kid, if anyone asked me what I wanted to become, my answer varied every year, or should I say each quarter. As I grew, I did not have a concrete answer, but I knew I liked basketball as a sport and accounts as a subject. In no time, I started pursuing Chartered Accountancy. I completed the course with a lot of determination and perseverance while working at an audit firm. I realized this was not my calling and I was still trying to figure out what was. I transitioned my field from Accounting to Advertising, which was a huge step, and I never looked back and regretted any of my decisions.