Traveling in Nepal can be a fascinating and eye-opening experience. The landscapes will amaze you, the people are helpful and kind, and, the moment you leave congested Kathmandu, the lush hills, vegetation, and the gurgling rivers will leave you soothed. But that is not all. You will also come across different people with various dialects and cultures. And the livelihoods and lifestyles at villages will teach you to appreciate life and its small wonders.
I have lived and worked in Kathmandu for many years but, it seems, every day there is something new to see and discover. Kathmandu never fails to take me by surprise. Just when I think I know the nooks and crannies like the back of my hand, there is something or the other that makes the city feel new and alive.
November 30, 2016 07:40 PM NPT
By: Bijay Gajmer
KATHMANDU, Nov 30: Youth and student wings of the CPN-UML, Youth Association of Nepal (YAN) and All Nepal National Free Students Union (ANNFSU), held demonstrations in New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, protesting against the constitution amendment bill on Wednesday.
In Nepal, wherever we go, we are surrounded by hills. Being such a common sighting, we rarely tend to give it much attention or thought. But if we were to look closely, we would see that we have missed quite a bit there.