Travelling for Rejuvenation, LearningBy The Rising Nepal
“The world is a book and those who don’t travel read only one page.” -Saint Augustine. Travelling not only makes us relaxed but also helps us rejuvenate. Once we are rejuvenated, we feel blissful- shedding off the mundane routine of a hectic life. As St. Augustine said, “Many people travel to explore the world and watch new things.” The advancement in technology and transportation has facilitated the people in embarking on travels of all hues and stripes.
Crisis ManagementBy The Rising Nepal
The world is currently encountering crises, from an individual to an international level. Differences in opinions, agitations and aggressions, jealousy, losses, bankruptcy, death and destruction, poverty and famine, among others, are the major crises that the world is currently facing.
Public Toilets How To Keep Them CleanBy The Rising Nepal
In the midnight of December 24, 2021, a medical emergency came knocking at our door. A serious call on the night of our yearly Kul Pooja and a day before the Christmas made even a questioner like yours truly wonder if the high heavens were indeed angry with this lesser mortal for his failure to propitiate them.
Large Quantum Containing MultitudesBy The Rising Nepal
The poetry book Conscience’s Quantum, written in English by poet Rupsingh Bhandari of Nepal, begins with hope. The idea that words are alive sounds like devotion. The desire to develop poetic proximity with the greatest minds of the world is valued. The poet’s quantum is very large and it incorporates multi-dimensional aspects. Mt. Everest is asked to walk with the common people. Sentiments of common flat residents boil when they perceive Everest. The silent tower is used as a metaphor and Mt....
A Few Vignettes About Europe VisitBy The Rising Nepal
How is Europe for Nepal in terms of travel now? The old-time stories are quite bitter. Travel was extremely hard. Even the visit of Prime Minister Jung Bahadur Rana to Britain 171 years ago was difficult. But, now stories are quite different because travelling there is innovatively fast and convenient with the introduction of various modern means of transport. In this context, what must be said is even Maharaja Junga’s travel account that came into book form in 1910 BS for the first time and is...
Ukraine-Russia War Power of Tech GiantsBy The Rising Nepal
The world’s five leading tech companies – Google (now Alphabet), Apple, Facebook (now Meta), Amazon and Microsoft – have taken steps to impose significant and voluntary sanctions on Russia, in response to its invasion of Ukraine. The decisions didn’t come unprompted. Ukraine has lobbied the major tech companies in the same way it sought assistance from the European Union, NATO and the US government.
Comedy serial ‘Rajaram Niwas’ to go on airBy The Rising Nepal
A new Nepali family comedy drama Rajaram Niwas has been made. Nawal Nepal has directed the comedy serial which revolves around the house of popular comedian Rajaram Poudel. It is said that the serial has portrayed comedian Rajaram Poudel as a retired government employee, who is greedy in nature.
Selection for Mr. Nepal beginsBy The Rising Nepal
Process to select Mr. Nepal -2022 has begun. Organiser Next Models Nepal has begun the preliminary audition of the contestants since Saturday. According to the organisers, the audition will continue till March 26. So far, more than 100 men have been auditioned for the competition and a few of the contestants have also been selected, informed the orgranisers.
Chitwan DAO calls for decency during Holi celebrationsBy RSS
People have also been asked not to throw Lola (water-filled balloons) and other harmful substances and cause inconvenience to others in the name of celebrations. The administration has said ‘no’ to drunk driving and the violation of traffic rules during the festival. It has banned the riding of more than two persons in a motorcycle at once, playing high sound music and any move to jeopardize security in the name of celebrations.
Holi songs no longer ring through MithilaBy The Rising Nepal
Paradeshiya La Dhotiya Rangawe Goriya … Ho Rangawe Goriya Jamuna Tat Shyam Khelaiya Hori … Jamuna Tat Kinkar Haat Kanak Pichkari … Kinkar Haat Abeer Jhori
Madhesi people mark Holi in UAEBy TRN Online
More than three hundred Madheshis living in the UAE participated in the function titled 'Holi Rangotsav'.
A film on Kashmir exposes India's new fault linesBy BBC
A new film on the exodus of Hindus from Kashmir in the 1990s has kicked up a storm in India, with even the governing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) weighing in on its behalf. The Kashmir Files, released on Friday, tells the fictional story of a university student who discovers his Kashmiri Hindu parents were killed by Islamist militants - and not in an accident as his grandfather told him.
Artists for K Lang prepared in PanchtharBy The Rising Nepal
Ninety young artists are being produced in Falgunanda Rural Municipality of Panchthar district by imparting them training to pass on the original skills of ‘K’ ‘Lang’ (Chyabrung dance) - a traditional dance of Limbus --to the younger generation. The artists to play and dance in tune with the drum (Chyabrung) were prepared from an eight-day training organised with the technical assistance of the local Namsami Kesami K Lang group. The training was imparted to the youths from each ward of...
BP’s homecoming with reconciliation policy unforgettable chapter of history: KhanalBy RSS
The documentary features major political developments since BP returned home with the national reconciliation policy in 2033 BS to 2037 BS, the year that marked the national referendum on the country, according to Foundation member secretary Atul Koirala.
DR Upadhyaya comes up with Chepang songBy The Rising Nepal
Lyricist Dr. DR Upadhyaya, who has set 80 world records, has come up with a new song Chepang Basti. He said he came up with the song with an objective of awakening the Chepang community. Santosh Shrestha has composed the music of the song sung by Dr. Upadhyaya.
Ankit Shrestha embarks on Nepal TourBy The Rising Nepal
Ankit Shrestha is a singer and a songwriter based in New York, USA. He has accumulated a prestigious stratum for himself in the Nepali music scene and continues to explore more in the global realm of music.
Vultures in CNP stop breeding for three yearsBy The Rising Nepal
Vultures at Chitwan National Park (CNP) breeding centre have stopped breeding offspring for the past three years. The breeding centre, which was established in 2006, had a plan to breed a large number of vultures and release them to the forests. But not a single chick has been produced in the last three years. Saroj Mani Poudel, Assistant Conservation Officer of the Park, said that they failed to achieve success even after providing the appropriate environment, food and treatment, required for...
'Ghero' screening in international film festival in EgyptBy RSS
'Ghero', a play featuring existing superstations in the Nepali society, has been selected to take part in the international film festival to be organised on March 14-21 in Luxor in Egypt.
Dealing With Deadly SnakesBy The Rising Nepal
Snakes are an inseparable part of our environment. They play an important role in maintaining the ecological system. The shy creature does not like human presence near them, and, therefore, it prefers quiet places to spend most of its time. Even though snakes invariably avoid human beings, most snakes die at the hands of human beings rather than other causes. Snakes come to human residential areas to find their favourite food- the rats. That is the time when snakes and humans come face to face,...