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Schools In Remote Villages of Nepal

Schools in remote villages of Nepal. More and more schools are being opened all over Nepal, as people are aware of the importance of education. The government builds most schools. However, some children from neighbouring villages walk for a few hours to and from a school in a “nearby” village. Many villages have taken the…

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November 26, 2019

Sano Babu Sunuwar Took Off From The Summit Of Mount Elbrus

Sano Babu Sunuwar Took Off From The Summit Of Mount Elbrus Congratulations to Sano Babu Sunuwar, who took off from the summit of Mount Elbrus. Mount Elbrus is the 3rd of the Seven Summits. He is attempting to take off on a paraglide. He has already launched his Paraglide from the summits of Mount Everest…

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November 26, 2019

Ram Navami Festival of Nepal.

Ram Navami Festival of Nepal 21st April 2021 2nd April 2020 14th April 2019 14th April 2018 Lord Ram is considered to be another incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. The Nepalese have an ingrained opinion and devout confidence in him. His control, clean heart, kindness, love, bravery, peacefulness, and expressiveness in speech gave him…

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November 26, 2019

Ra Collaborates On Environmental Protection Education For School Kids In Kathmandu

Ra Collaborates On Environmental Protection Education For School Kids In Kathmandu WAS ambassador Raj Tamang Founder Raj Tamang and other World Adventure Society ambassadors, Sunil C. Sharma from Nepal and Jia Jian Koh from Singapore, delivered an environmental protection lesson based on “Leave No Trace” principles for secondary and high school students in the Lalitpur…

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November 26, 2019

Qualities of an excellent trekking guide or trek leader

Qualities of an excellent trekking guide or trek leader. To be an excellent trek leader, one not only needs to have charisma, knowledge, communication skills, storytelling abilities, organizational skills; sometimes you also need to be a father figure, psychologist, counsellor, even a mediator, and a mentor to not only to the clients but the support…

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November 26, 2019

Charity Trek to Poonhill for autistic children of Bahrain.

Charity Trek to Poonhill for autistic children of Bahrain. 27th – 3rd November. A friend from Bahrain contacted me to organize a Charity trek to raise Alia National School funds in Bahrain. Alia National School is for children who have autism and with Down syndrome. This was the second time a charity trek was organized…

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November 26, 2019

Pilgrimage sites of Nepal

Pilgrimage Sites of Nepal Nepal is known for its natural beauty and a melting pot of two of the world’s oldest religions – Buddhism and Hinduism. With a history that dates back to several thousand years, some of the most ancient religious sites exist here. Buddhists and Hindu pilgrims come to find salvation in these…

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November 26, 2019

The People Of Sikkim their culture and religions

The People Of Sikkim their culture and religions. Sikkim has a blend of diverse communities, cultures, religions, and customs. Sikkim is an excellent example of harmonious living between people from different areas and regions. The people of Sikkim are known as Sikkimese. The leading communities in Sikkim are the Lepchas, Bhutias, and Nepalese. However, some…

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November 26, 2019

The People Of Darjeeling, their culture and religions

The People Of Darjeeling, their culture and religions. The Lepchas and Rongpas (people from the lower elevations) were the Darjeeling Hills’ original inhabitants. They are Tibeto Burman in appearance, although their origin is obscure. The higher population of the people in the Hills is The Gorkhas. They are industrious, enterprising, and speak several languages/dialects. They…

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November 26, 2019

A new minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil aviation appointed

A new minister of Culture, Tourism, and Civil aviation was appointed. The vacant administration leadership at the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil aviation were appointed after the then tourism minister Rabindra Adhikari’s unfortunate death in February 2019. After five months since the then minister’s demise, Mr Yogesh Bhattarai has been named the new Tourism…

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November 26, 2019

Travel Updates Nepal

Nepal Travel Updates Almost 18 months have elapsed since the massive earthquakes of April and May 2015 struck Nepal and brought about significant mayhem then. Back then and in the immediate aftermath, the world was under the impression that all of Nepal was flattened. The fact is, only 14 out of the 75 districts were…

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November 26, 2019

Nar Phu trek during the spring season

Nar Phu Trek during March/spring season Nar and Phu Valleys are located in a remote part of the Manang district on the Annapurna Range’s Northside. It is in what the Nepalese government calls the “Restricted Area,” where special permits are required and obtained by bonafide Trekking agencies of Nepal. This area was opened to foreigners…

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November 26, 2019

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