Tag Archives: Nepal

Nepali Momo

  If there is one food you will learn about in Nepal, its the Nepali Momo! It is often eaten as an appetizer or a snack and found in almost all restaurants or sold by vendors in street corners. A momo is a dumpling … Continue reading

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Jazzmandu in Nepal

So last evening, my friend and i had a chance to attend Jazzmandu. Jazzmandu stands for the Kathmandu Jazz Festival. This is an annual Jazz event which began in 2002 aimed at celebrating Jazz music as well as nurturing Jazz artists by bringing … Continue reading

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Bhakthapur the most elegant of all squares…

UNESCO  has included seven monument sites of Kathmandu valley in the World Cultural heritage list. Of the the seven sites three are centred around the ancient medieval palaces of the valley namely Hanuman Dhoka Dhoka Durbar (apalace in Kathmandu, Patan Durbar … Continue reading

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A visit to Bakthapur and Swayambunath

Today was an exceptionaly good day,  Gita Chaudrey FK exchange participant from Nepal to Zambia is in Kathmandu for her home visit. So early this morning we got a call from her asking whether we would be willing to take … Continue reading

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Happy Dashain

Namaste! Today begun as a warm and sunny day in Nepal after a very wet and cold day yesterday… ( Seems like the Monsoon doesn’t want to end!!!) It was nice to see everyone out and about with smiles on their faces … Continue reading

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Why I shared my unpleasant experience

Last Sunday I shared a story on my first earthquake experience . In my story I talked about how after the earthquake I logged onto twitter to get updates on the extent of the earthquake and what to do in-case … Continue reading

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Reflections of my days in Nepal….

This was published in Kantipur “Namaste! Welcome to Nepal.” These were the first words I heard from my host upon arrival. They have stayed with me every day. Every time I leave the house or when I start comparing Nepal to … Continue reading

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