Saujan Gyawali

Saujan is currently in his gap year, and is involved with Human Computer Interaction Institution of Nepal (HCIIN) for research.

Don’t abuse in name of festivals

Published On: March 3, 2018 09:40 AM NPT By: Saujan Gyawali

Holi, a festival of colors, was celebrated on Thursday in various parts of Nepal’s hilly region, including in Kathmandu, and in tarai region on Friday. This festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the end of winter and exchanging the happiness among people. Holi calls for hopes of joys, meet and greet with loved ones, forgiving and forgetting, also repairing broken relationships.

Visit Ghandruk for a piece of heaven

Published On: February 24, 2018 01:45 PM NPT By: Saujan Gyawali

I love to travel the Himalayan areas of Nepal. Last month when travelling to Pokhara, one of the incredible cities on planet earth. Suddenly, Ghandruk came into my mind so without much delay I along with my brother decided to explore the magnificent beauty of Ghandruk.


Published On: February 14, 2018 10:03 AM NPT By: Saujan Gyawali

When designer Prabal Gurung concluded his Fall/Winter 2017 fashion show in New York City, he showcased his t-shirt designs with tag-line ‘The Future is Female’. It was the most trending issue all over social media and in the fashion industry.

Why Education 4.0?

Published On: January 10, 2018 12:28 PM NPT By: Saujan Gyawali

I spent exactly two decades of my life for better education. I’m now realizing that all the education I’ve gotten and am getting is incomplete. I remember those moments, studying for entire nights, mugging in loud voices and memorizing things every morning and evening to pass school exams.

Should You Take A Gap Year?

Published On: December 25, 2017 09:53 AM NPT By: Saujan Gyawali

I made a strong decision in December of 2016 that I would undergo a gap year. I never informed my decision to anyone, not even my parents. A gap year, a year often taken between high school and college, or between the junior and senior year of college has long been a tradition in Europe and in America.