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Chris & Nikki
Date: 14th November 2010
Great picture, I hope to visit one day.
Agra 27th - 29th August
Date: 13th August 2010
Thanks for your message. Happy for you to quit the job and finish your studies. I've already been to China and now I'm in Kathmandu. I really miss Korea though as I liked it so much. But there is so much more to come. Remind me again. What is your major? All the best.
Date: 13th August 2010
Vielen Dank Maria. Habe erst eben deine Nachricht gesehen. Bin grad in Kathmandu. Es ist echt super hier. Die Nepalesen sind so freundlich und der taegliche Chaos hier ist ungalublich.
Dirgha Raj Prasai
Date: 13th August 2010
An account of Nepal
Nepalese Natural & Cultural Nationalism -DIRGHA RAJ PRASAI Nepal is a country sandwiched between China and India. Because of its geo-political situation, Nepal's sovereignty has always been very sensitive. Nepal is rich culturally and naturally. Nepal is the pious Hindu country in the lapse of the Himalayas, which is beautiful, quiet, the birth place of Buddha and origin of Hinduism. Besides being the country of Everest it is equally popular with its diverse cultural values. This is the land where civilization began and is also known as the country of 'SANGRILA.' Nepal is as holy place to Hindus & Buddhists, as Mecca for Muslims and Jerusalem to Jews and Christians. Nepal is rich culturally and naturally. We citizens of Nepal should be cautious for building and saving the country as every one loves their respective nation. Changes are natural everywhere but these changes should be materialized to meet the aspirations of the people. If the changes took the negative side the nation will be disintegrated. Nepal is regarded as a mini-world. Physically, the structure of Nepal shows Himalayas having the highest peak in the world, Hills, and low-lands i.e. Tarai. Various types of castes & creeds settle there. The soil also differs from east to west. Having different climate we can produce different edible crops. Whatever crops are available in the nook & corner of the globe we can produce in this soil. The Himalayan region of north Nepal is the store of fresh water. The Himalayan area of Nepal ecologically is very rich in nature. There are almost 100 peaks in Nepal's Himalayas. More than one million visitors visit Nepal for wildlife viewing, river rafting, mountain climbing- Mount Everest highest peaks 8000 meters, third highest peak Kanchenjunga as well as Gaurishankar, Annapurna, Lamlang etc. This country is blessed by the nature by providing various rivers, streams and fountains. Nepal has ample sources of water, as a white gold. Nepal can be a great store of food-grains if well irrigated and high potential of hydroelectric energy. As Arabian countries are god gifted with sufficient Petroleum products, Nepal has sufficient water for hydroelectricity, which can be used for foreign money generation. Having dense forest, rare animals and more than 800 types of birds plus herbaria makes it naturally friendly in many ways. Nepal is one of the best tourism destinations in the world. Many of the tourists and the foreigners claim- 'Nepal is the most beautiful place in the world.' A Swiss geologist and scholar, Toni Hagen first came in 1950 as a member of the Swiss Mission for Development Aid. His first job was to conduct Nepal's first geological survey. He said about the natural beauty of Nepal-' It is a wonderful country. It is fact more wonderful than Switzerland if you take into account the Nepali people. The people here are open-minded.' 25 Nov.1992- Weekly newspaper- The Independent' Although,Nepal is a landlocked country of eternal beauty and attraction. It is a scenic paradise and the home of the world’s highest mountains, historic cities and the forested plains where you can find the lordly tigers and the great one- horned rhinoceros. Nepal is the youngest republic in the world, a land of colorful cultures, ancient history, charming people, picturesque scenery and some of the best walking on earth. It is globally known for Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak of the world. Though Nepal is a small country it is rich in various types of castes. The national aspirations can't be met by belittling any of the castes and sub-castes. Nepal is fortunate enough to have one cultural nationalism. This culture is made with the components of Hindu, Vedic and Buddhism. Tolerance, civilization makes our sublime culture. The flagrance and aroma pleases the whole world. Many visitors come to the pilgrimage to Hindu and Buddhist sacred places. The communicative language has been one and common Nepali in hundreds of languages and dialects written and spoken. Traveling around the Nepalese villages, the slopes and dense green areas, beautiful sights and enjoying cool and splatter weather could be an exciting experience for all. Nepal is one of the richest countries in term of her bio-cultural diversity, natural landscape and flourishing professionalism in agricultural sectors. Nepal has been very liberal even when it was a Hindu Kingdom. If we compare with other secular states Nepal excelled the Christian and Islamic nations. Nepal should be reinstated as Hindu & Buddhist kingdom. The nationality of Nepal is not only recognition of the sense. It is also a creative mentality. Only the boundary of the land can't represent Nation. Our nationality is so sensitive that the established values & norms will be shattered if we raised any dissension or conflicts. Therefore, we should always be tolerant and sensitive while expressing any new-opinion. Nepal was integrated into one nation with the infallible trial and untiring efforts made by Prithvi Narayan Shah. The pious land-Nepal is sandwiched between India & China. So, we, the Nepalese people are bound to have a balanced understanding between them. The nation builder had preached us the same fact. Establish good and amicable relation with China, have relation with the emperor of south understanding well that he is very clever. This gospel should be kept into the mind while implementing foreign policy. Nepal is a land-locked country. Nepal has to sustain its existence by keeping it free from the pressure of these two nations. Now, some leaders from India are showing antagonistic nature toward Nepal. We, Nepalese have to face the challenges bravely. We assume that we are tied with the cultural & religious bondage with India and we have cordial relation but we have to face the risk of saving our national integrity and sovereignty. Such an inclination of India may be harmful to India also. So, she should get rid of her own hegemonies role. Some Nepalese playing a villainous role to incorporate Indian design. Nepalese should be conscious against such conspiracies. The nationalism is to have motion along with its integrity means of resources, natural resources and the heritages. Friends can collaborate but can't sustain our nationality. Nepal is the richest nation in natural resources and cultural heritages. Nepal is regarded as lover of peace. Nepal has never been under-colonial rule. Kailas-Manasarovar in Tibet is the most pious holy place for Hindu & Buddha from Nepal. China has respected the historical fact left from Bhrikuti and Arniko along with derivation of Budhism from Nepal. India also has respected the independence of Nepal. The people of India share the common culture and the religion respecting each other. Our foremost duty is to safeguard our born freedom, independence and honor. I recall the address given by late King Mahendra on 2nd Feb1965 in Nagpur India. He said in the Hindu's huge meeting-' Himalaya has been regarded as an abode of God. Nepal has been always a source of inspirations. Nepal has been a shelter for Indians in time of chaos. Hindus from India have coveted desire to complement Lord Pashupatinath and have a glance of Machhaindra Nath. Hindus all over the world cherish that Nepal remain always Hindu Kingdom' These days larger parties like Nepali congress & UML along with Madhesh based parties and Maoist are failing to understand the importance of natural & cultural nationalism. This has triggered trouble for Nepal. Leaders in Nepal are not sensitive toward nationalism. The leaders of the larger parties played the antagonistic role against monarchy, irrationally. With the effect of such practice our boundary and natural resources therein have been entangled in conflict. The Nation can't survive in the hands of foreign tools. Nepal cannot survive unless and until monarchy is reinstated. Monarchy is the lasting institution to fight against foreign interference. In the context of Nepal federalism and secularism are the components to risk the nation. It is high time to think to save the nation from steep precipice to fall it down. We, patriot-Nepalese whether we belong to any party, creed or castes we should be devoted to the national interest. So, we may be living into Nepal or abroad, we should be conscious to save the Nepalese natural & cultural nationalism with monarchy and Hindu & Buddha Kingdom.. Email: email@example.com
Visited Places in Nepal
Date: 10th July 2010
How are you?? And how is your trip? ^^ I'll tell you my issues. Finally I quited the job(I had worked at a convenience store.) and prepare myself for graduation. It's my final semester. So I should study hard. ㅠ.ㅠ Where are you now? Are you still in our Korea? or have gone to China? ^^ I am anxious to know how you are. Take care~ God bless you and your trip. Million
Date: 29th June 2010
Have loads of fun!!
Hi Maria, i hope all went well so far? i am so jealous... ich wünsch dir weiterhin alles gute und halt uns auf dem laufenden wo du bist und wie es ist und und und ;) liebe gruesse maria aus zhofen
Well, what can I say. You do get lazy now and again. Keeping a blog up to date is not the easiest thing. Will be updating everything very soon. ...
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