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Are we depending on make-up?

Are we depending on make-up?

- by Bina Adhikari

Make-up simply means applying cosmetic products like lipstick, powder, eye liner, etc to enhance the appearance. In this glamorous world, it has become a very preferred medium to change the appearance of a person to impress others.

I miss you

I miss you

- by Pratik Mainali

I write this to you filled with fond affection and gentle care. I am bent at my desk as I write, scribbling on my yellowish, moth-eaten paper. Ink welled up my nib and spilt over the page. My heart is frozen and my limbs feel heavy. I’m sprawled on my chair, brooding.

The Magic Door

The Magic Door

- by Ichhya Neupane

It was a lovely morning. The birds were chirping and the sky was a beautiful shade of blue. I was in my house listening to “Back to You”. My cat, Angel, who was crawling on the bed, jumped off and went under it. When she got out, she was wearing a really cute headband which was glittery and had a unicorn horn on it. Then, the most surprising thing happened.

Let's Write

Let's Write

- by Shikha Bahety

The other day, we were having a discussion on how writing is a mental exercise, and how it should be carried out more frequently in each stage of our lives.

Hulak

Hulak

- by Pooja Bista

Everyone in the room, including me, were excited and waiting for our names to be called. All of us were elected as ‘College Lead’ for Teach for Nepal (TFN).

A home and a house

A home and a house

- by Adwiteeya Shiwakoti

I feel a certain difference between a home and a house. One is four walls and a roof, the other is everything else. I am a student who lived in Vietnam for nine years and then in Nepal for four. The experiences of both drilled a clear line between ‘Home’ and ‘House’ in my mind.

2 minutes

2 minutes

- by Nirajan Rijal

It was a Rainy day and I was waiting for the bus to arrive.

Ecotourism in Nepal

Ecotourism in Nepal

- by Asmita Pandey

Ecotourism is the form of tourism that involves the nature-based traveling in undisturbed and untouched remote places.

An Orphanage changed my life

An Orphanage changed my life

- by Simran Baniya

My family and friend circle have a luxurious life style. We children had all the necessities and all our wishes were readily fulfilled

I found humanity today

I found humanity today

- by Anwesha Khadka

I felt hungry and went to the kitchen myself. All of a sudden I started wanting to eat junk food.

Never Changing Water Scarcity

Never Changing Water Scarcity

- by Prabhakar Chaulagain

Clean drinking water is scarce and there are millions of people across this globe who spend their entire day searching for it.

Nepali Forests in Food Security

Nepali Forests in Food Security

- by Republica

The Republic of Nepal is a mountainous country where the people have traditionally had a high reliance on forests for timber, fuelwood and non-wood forest products such as mushrooms and edible wild greens.

Bonding for life

Bonding for life

- by Tejaswi Pahari

One of the best relationships we can ever have is the bond between the siblings which is a blessing in disguise. It doesn’t matter whether you have a brother or a sister. When you have your siblings around you, your life simply becomes awesome.

Aren’t they worth it?

Aren’t they worth it?

- by Arati Baskota

After 10 hours of tiring bus ride from the capital city to Dhap, I could finally afford to rest my head against the cozy seat of bolero. The dark gloomy clouds hovering above us, racing with the same pace of our vehicle kind of frightened me

My melted acquaintance

My melted acquaintance

- by Prashasti Aryal

I was walking down the sidewalk returning back home from school in the shimmering, light rain when I met her. Frantic and panicked, she was trying to meet someone's eye.

Live your life wisely

Live your life wisely

- by Ishwor Luitel

As I have seen the SKY, A day of my life has just gone BY, I thought the passing were the sun RAYS, Never realizing RAYS were my memorable DAYS,