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Varanasi: A Nepali experience in the Timeless City

No one enjoys the narrow alleys in the vicinity of a�� and which inevitably lead to a�� Varanasia��s famous ghats more than cows and hashish peddlers. The former trundle through the alleys, devouring food left on the doorsteps by devout locals, who revere them, affectionately addressing them as Gau Mata, Cow Mother. The latter lurk
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The spring climbing season of this year has begun on Mount Everest, finally! The beginning is marked with preparations of safe routes for the expeditions to start. Icefall doctors hired by the Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee have made their way to the Mount Everest base camp to carve out safe routes for the mountaineers coming
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Road trips, to me, are a joyous escape. Get in a car, listen to good music and you roll down the windows (or not) because usually, youa��re going somewhere fun. That fun place this time was Rasuwa where we were to assess the development work being carried out by various aid agencies in Nepal. After
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Wisps of mist rose like incense smoke from the meditatively slow river. Across it, the jungle was still in a deep slumber. We waded barefoot, halfway up to the knees, stepping easily from a village into Bardia National Park, the largest protected area in Nepala��s lowlands. Tulasi, the veteran jungle guide who was my chaperon
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I first met her while trekking to Gosainkunda. My friends and I had walked up to her village with an old man who was headed home, a village a bit farther down on the trail to the sacred lake. When he stopped at this ramshackle place for a bowl of chhyang, we decided to join
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Tourism in Nepal is flourishing as the country saw a million tourists for the first time last year. Most of the million came here to see mountains and trek around the mountain region. But, over the year, more and more domestic tourists are heading out to explore the less travelled trails of Nepal like the
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Two months after the Gorkha earthquake, I was looking at the remains of Naule Biswakarmaa��s house. Wheat grains buried in the rubble had sprouted. Cracks streaked across the walls like rivers in a physical map. Rainwater had seeped into the walls, creating blotches of chocolate brown on the tawny surface. The writing on the wall
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One thing that is common between the people France and Nepal is that they both love mountains. Both countries are blessed with gorgeous mountain ranges which have a special place in the hearts of not just the local people, but also in that of people around the world. The Himalayas and Nepal have a special
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Three years ago, sleeping on his hospital bed with a halo brace on, Steve Plain decided to go on the most adventurous challenge of his life. For many people who would have occupied the bed before him, this might have been getting back on their feet and resuming their daily lives, but not for Plain.
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Every year hundreds of people climb Mount Everest from Nepal in May. Apart from chartered helicopters, there are no means of transport up to the base camp, where trekkers start the gruelling climb up the highest mountain in the world. The nearest regular commercial flights land at Lukla in Solukhumbhu district of northeastern Nepal a��
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