Just for u (sushant sedai)
why all say sky seems blue
I dont know whether it is false or true
girl, you are so gergious and beautiful
I only know that i love you
I love you and my love is true
but if you deny i will go in love court for sue
girl, I wanna make you mine
how it is possible give me some clue
you are everything for me
and what I do is only for you
your eyes are so beautiful
I cannot explain in the words one or two
I won't say I will die for you
but upto my last...
With soldiers at my back
And a sword in my hand
Grabbing these treasures
Conquering these lands
Know me well, I am a SAMARAT
Be the flowers
Gardening would I do
Don't try to make spike
Else I'd become brutal too
Bow to me,I am a SAMARAT
War is my life
I live to conquer
Each clash gives new life
So i've even defeated the fear
Afraid of me, I am a SAMARAT
REALISE YOUR DREAMS (Sangeetha Subba Lama)
Life goes beyond our expectations and boring at times. It happens to all of us, we plan and dream our success. Yet things dont tend to workout. We loose hope and only negative thoughts arise. We can't Do ? It doesnot work ? The moral interests and notions goes null.
My personal views to be happy about in our life is to have a POSITIVE ATTITUDE towards LIFE and REALISE YOUR DREAMS. Initiate it with a simple practice. Don't say NO, I Can't instead repeate yourself telling I can - I will - I...
My unforgettable Mountaineering Expedition in Northern India
Ex Baljuri Tiger was a unit led level three overseas mountaineering expedition in India. The expedition took place in early spring of 2010 from 12 April through to 12 May. The participants of the expedition were from the British Forces Brunei Garrison, comprising of an eight man team. The expedition leader was Capt Saroj Rai and due to requirement of another JSMEL qualified instructor, I was privileged to fill an instructor’s role.
The planning and preparation began a year prior to the...
New face of Nepal (Kalpana Tigela)
On the 22nd of December, I went to Nepal with my family from Brunei. It was an experience of a life time. We understood what it meant when people say Nepal is truly a beautiful country. Even before we arrived the exquisite view of the mountain range took our breath away. I couldn’t wait to see what I was going to encounter.
Everything was the same as before, tall buildings, smell, cold and crowded, but this was only the beginning. There was a lot of traffic, even though the roads are made...
Voice of Heart (Bed Prakash Bhatta)
if there s a day
for me to confess
in June or May
there s love deep in my heart
just for you I ve to say.
no mornings have meanings
no dusks are complete
if you are not there
if you are not around
with whom my heart can share.
if there s a day
for me to tell
in joy or dismay
there s the sun in the sky
with love in its each ray.
no moment has a value
share things beside drugs (Raj kumar khatiwada)
share bats and ball !!
even give sweet and smart call !!
do not try to be fraud and cheater!!
if you share drugs !!
it may be a big matter !!
as you think it later!!
it may come as tsunami disaster !!
so be far from it !!
it is hundred percent better !!
stay cool in society !!
as agreat role maker !!
A person Like You (Yogendra)
A person like you is a gift
That paints a smile in my heard,
Its gives memories that will stay in me.
Not 4 a while....
But 4 a life time.
There was heavy rain,
When you where born.
Weather was bad
But reality is that the sky,
was crying becoz.
It lost its most beautiful star.
Thats for You.
Dhupoo 1 Lebrang
Paagal/Crazy (Lakshmi Prasad Devkota)
Surely, my friend, I am mad,
that s exactly what I am!
I see sounds,
I touch things thinner than air,
things whose existence the world denies,
things whose shapes the world does not know.
Stones I see as flowers,
pebbles have soft shapes,
water-smoothed at the waters edge
Crazy Love Poem (Yogendra)
Loves does not come looking at the age of the person.
Not at the created attraction to pull attention,
But comes suddenly.
When you see the person?
iTself you get attracted from,
Where its like you meet,
her or him at last birth,
a relation is created without our knowledge.
Understanding grows and holds,
strong t,ll this body leves the world.
Dedicated to You (Shesha B Shah)
Sometimes in the dark of my loneliness
I heavily feel and ask myself,
do I really worth to be alive?
Because obviously, while being far
away from you a thousand and thousand
virtually another part of this
planet, and start to feel like right
now: may be
this Life must be born to be always
deprived of someone’s special Love
and Care !
I don’t know why ? So many times I ...
Kiranti-Bayung language vitality (Dr Lal-Shyãkarelu Rapacha)
After Gerd Hanβon’s comprehensive survey on the Kiranti linguo-tribes entitled The Rai of Eastern Nepal: Ethnic and Linguistic Grouping-Findings of the Linguistic Survey of Nepal (1991) edited and provided with an introduction by Werner Winter published by the LSN and CNAS, Tribhuvan University, Dr Mareen Lee’s in-depth sociolinguistic survey on Bayung Rai (exonym) without exaggeration is a model survey (cf. Prof NM Tuladhar in forward) in order to find out the condition of...
One Part of My Journey of Life (Sabitra Kaphle)
One day while I realise the difficulties that women have during child birth, I asked my mother how I was brought into this world. My mother told me the whole story that she went through to bring me out to see this world. My mother had bleeding eight weeks prior the term of her pregnancy for 3 days with little progress of labor, while my father was outside in another district for his teaching work. My grandmother tried to keep my mother at home without giving any attention for making my mother...
Kiranti Unity in Ethnofolklore (Dr. Lal-Shyãkarelu Rapacha)
Koktisala is a prominent nomenclature in Kiranti folkore or narratives from eastern Nepal delineating a strong link or connections amongst the multi-linguistic Kiranti communities linguistically divided into two dozens or so langauges (see Fiugure A: Genetically related Kiranti languages) spoken in their respective vicinities. This article thus describes, compares and analyses the cultural hero or the first father Koktisala s different nomenclaure including linguo-cultural connections of the...
"The Yele Sambat" (Chandra Prakash Sunuwar)
Yele sambat is kiranti new year and it used to celebrate in the time of maghe siri panchami or sukla panchami.This new year used to celebrate since unknown ancient time by kiranti people as new year and considered this day as very lucky,Prosperouse and happy day for all kirantis.This yele name is coming from king yalamber who officially declared this day as new year for kiranti people so from his name this sambat or year is called yele sambat.
This siri panchami or sukla...
A glimpse at the life of Adikavi Bhanubhakta Acharya ( Ramesh Khati)
Nepalese people cannot forget the day Ashar 29, “Bhanujayanti”(July 13), the birthday of Bhanubhakta Acharya, who is also more popularly known as “Nepalka Adikavi”(Nepal’s original poet).
“Adikavi” in reference to Bhannubhakta had first been used by Motiram Bhatta. While writing a biography of Bhanubhakta in 1981, Motiram described him as Adikavi, not because he was the first poet in Nepali. As Motiram himself recognized, there were many poets before...
If you want i give my life (Yogendra Giri)
I can give my life.
If you want me.
If you love i also love you.
I never forget far from you.
If you no have i very sad.
When i can see you.
That time i can kiss you.
When i can come your house.
That time i request for you.
If you dont go any away.
I must love you.
- Dhupoo 1
Lebrang Sankhuwa sava.
April Fool Day History
The history of April Fool Day or All Fools Day is uncertain, but the current thinking is that it began around 1582 in France with the reform of the calendar under Charles IX. The Gregorian Calendar was introduced, and New Years Day was moved from March 25 - April 1 (new years week) to January 1.
Communication traveled slowly in those days and some people were only informed of the change several years later. Still others, who were more rebellious refused to acknowledge the...
Introduction of Limbu
The word limbu means an archer, or bearer of bow and arrows. The Limbu people belong to the Kirant confederation. Their ancestral and original stronghold known as Pallo Kirat as well as Limbuwan spans from Arun River in Nepal to the Kingdom of Sikkim in the east. In Nepal, Limbus live and work in the districts of Sankhuwasabha, Tehrathum, Dhankuta, Taplejung, Panchthar and Ilam. Their scripture is called Mundhum. Fedangba, Shamba and Yeba-Yema are their sacred specialists. They celebrate the...
Kirat Religious Philosophy and Science (DB Angbung)
We can say that religion is also a mother of science. There is only a thing, which guides and controls the science that is a religion or an ethics. A Culture is a human mind, which influence both science and religion. Culture can protect a religion and religion is a protector of culture. Now, science is being a challenger for religion. If a religion is not scientific and it just follows unscientific traditional norms and values, then the existence of...