Real Struggle Story of a Nepali Woman from Kathkuwa, Surkhet

Real Struggle Story of a Nepali Woman from Kathkuwa, Surkhet

Real Struggle Story of a Nepali Woman from Kathkuwa, Surkhet. Kathkuwa is half an hour away towards North from Birendranagar, Surkhet in a vehicle. It lies on the way to Dailekh. Some people also go hiking and it takes around an hour walking from Birendranagar. People can choose to walk through the jungle or road.

Cooking During Pandemic | Perfect Warm-Up Activity at Home

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Cooking During Pandemic | Perfect Warm-Up Activity at Home. We are limited to the virtual world right now. From get together with friends to professional meetings has started happening on zoom or google hangouts. Working from home has started working so perfectly that people are well adapted to the current situation which is not bad.

My Mother is my First Teacher Best Friend a Chef and a Leader

My Mother is my First Teacher Best Friend a Chef and a Leader

Mothers. My mother is my First Teacher Best Friend a Chef and Leader. Mothers have extra qualities which ordinary people don’t have. My thousands of words and this one story are not enough to describe how perfect mothers are. It’s not the name given by Brahmins or someone that describes a mother but they are born rich with unconditional love in the heart, beautiful souls and are naturally extraordinary.

My Pandemic Story 2020 | Ups and Down During Lockdown

My Pandemic Story 2020 | My Days at Home During Lockdown

My Pandemic Story 2020. Ups and Down During Lockdown. My Days at Home During Lockdown. Hello, world! from Surkhet, Nepal. I just wanted to check in with everyone about how they have been so far. As we all know that the whole world has been going through the hard times, we are all at the same phase. But I really hope that everyone is safe in their homes, spending time with their loved ones. I wanted to update everyone on how my life changed since the lockdown started in Nepal.

A Letter From an Old house to the Oldest Son | Old Memories

From an Oldest House to the Oldest Son

A Letter From Old House to the Oldest Son. Then suddenly you decided to leave like I was no one to you. You forgot how I saved all of you from those storms in Ashare jhari, I gave you the coolest air in summer. The bed that you used to sleep in is still empty in the poor room of me. After you left, your dad and mom left then slowly your brother’s family left as well. So what next?