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The Journey Continues

The Journey Continues

- by Basanta Lohani

Thank you, Mohan Da A sustained feeling you extended In the interconnected fleeting moments The togetherness forms the transience we call life It has no beginning nor end ...

Budding flower

Budding flower

- by Suravi Regmi

A sight of a budding flower and a wandering butterfly in the garden What a mesmerizing view? ...

#Book Review:

The Old Man and The Sea

#Book Review: The Old Man and The Sea

- by Eshita Lal

This book is the last fiction written by the famous writer Ernest Hemingway. It gives us the moral lesson to never give up in life no matter what. ...

While Rowing on Begnas...

While Rowing on Begnas...

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

Infinite blue water So still and calm An amazing blend of Tranquility and sanity My mind rows with slow pace of the boat ...

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Aftermath

Aftermath

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

If love is eternal Then why it’s irrational? You disappeared Leaving me derailed

Complaint Choir of Kathmandu

Complaint Choir of Kathmandu

- by Angeline Gurung

Namaste! Namaste! Kathmandu City,  Dust and dirt everywhere,  Piles of garbage anywhere,  Rise of pollution greatly high,

The moon is hideous

The moon is hideous

- by D.P

No, the scars of the moon are not grandeur  No, the scars of the moon don’t glimmer with valor  Oh, shameful moon!  Did you go about with your tittle-tattle and let in a word for deg selv?

The festival of lights: the shadow beyond the light

The festival of lights: the shadow beyond the light

- by Sanskriti Rijal

Streets full of children singing and dancing, houses covered from top to bottom with colorful lights, the aroma of festival food  from every household, families getting together to exchange greetings and play cards, and fireworks being lit at every corner – this would be a typical description of  the festival of lights commonly known as Tihar or Dipawali. Tihar is a five-day festival celebrated in Nepal where animals like cows, dogs, and crows are celebrated along with the relationship of brothers and sisters. What is interesting is how over time, celebrating with fire-crackers has become an integral part of Tihar, especially as fire-crackers do not have roots in Hindu traditions.

Inside the Protein Bar: A Smart Outlook

Inside the Protein Bar: A Smart Outlook

- by Tejaswi Pahari

Protein bars have recently gained so much popularity that people have started consuming it be it for weight loss purpose or weight gain or to maintain certain weight and stay fit and healthy. The healthy eating, healthy living concept have been so much in trend these days that almost every other household have either someone who goes to gym or follows proper diet plan. Cutting off sugar and replacing it with jaggery powder or say eating mixture of 5 types of grains instead of wheat flour for roti purpose or including some fruits, nuts, oats, cereal, for breakfast or being vegan, or opting gluten free products can be seen widely these days.

Childish Pride

Childish Pride

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

When I was a child, I had a red Mercedes, They say; A boy’s toy Always will be a car or a gun! But as a boy I preferred A car to run!

I’m angry

I’m angry

- by Basanta Lohani

Straight I tell you my friends I am angry now My anger could spit fire Like a volcano To chase away the grave centered vultures Hovering over my land

Destiny and Destination

Destiny and Destination

- by Tejaswi Pahari

Dor Bahadur Bista (the famous Anthropologist) states that eastern approach is rooted firmly in the decline of fatalism (the belief) that one’s destiny is fixed and wholly immutable. “Fate and Free Will” have equal parts of play in every human life; we can achieve nothing until we are able to look ourselves realistically. Accepting what we see in the mental mirror, setting aside the distorted image of ourselves broadcasted by our mother, father, sister, brother, husband, wife or peers (friends).

Poverty: A Multidimensional Problem, Nepalese Context

Poverty: A Multidimensional Problem, Nepalese Context

- by Garima Pant

In most of the countries in the world poverty is understood as income poverty. When people lack money, they are mostly regarded as poor. If poverty is studied in broad terms and reasons of poverty are sought it has various dimensions leaning behind. Some of the important factors of poverty are suffering from malnutrition, poor health condition, lack of quality education, poor access and availability of clean drinking water, lack of electricity etc. These all factors clearly reflect that poverty isn’t only income poverty, but it is multidimensional affecting various factors of life.

Parade of Love!

Parade of Love!

- by Rajeeb Shrestha

In the open blue sky, The silverymoon is shining With a coquettish smile! A couple of Flamingos Have just flown Crossing the earth That’s so engrossed In its vigour!!

Vote for Best Candidate

Vote for Best Candidate

- by Saroj Wagle

In my mind, indeed, the upcoming election will be quite a tough job when it comes to demanding a vote for a particular party or an independent candidate. These days, each political candidate has promised to verbally make into his/her area more prosperous along with developmental activities. After all, winning matters a lot, no matter which party one may belong to. Similarly, an independent candidate does, too.

Wealth Management

Wealth Management

- by Saroj Wagle

Being a curious finance student, I often think about wealth management. Wealth management or money management, when done correctly, has wide-ranging benefits for investors of all kinds —large and small. This is the reason why wealth management has come to be associated with the rich and wealthy is because wealth is associated with the rich and wealthy. Wealth management is more than just investment advice, as it can encompass all parts of a person’s financial life. In fact, the wealth manager starts by developing a plan that will maintain and increase the client’s wealth based on the individual’s financial situation, goals and comfort level with risk.

HUMILITY

HUMILITY

- by Basanta Lohani

Your humility holds me spellbound Simplicity grips me further Having just come out from a closed door arena Filled with intellectual fumes

Bard's Song

Bard's Song

- by Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

The Queen Of all the times- Now in rest in the lap of omnipotent, People of all the time will remember you.