• Anoop me Madhu

    I was done with first semesters at IOE WRC and these guys came up , we spent time around lakeside camera ma chai ANIL GT :D

  • Mamaghar ma Saanaima

    ma sheela dd, paartha vai, pema dd ra hajuraama :) :) i hope you already found me there :D

  • Instrumentation II ko tour jada bus ma

    Life ko passenger :D yestai journey ma ubbirahexu ....seat kuriraaxu :D

  • Mahakaal mandir ma Sandesh sanga

    Sayad 11 class ko internals paxi ho jaile newroad tira ghumtheu,sundharako momo tiptop ko samosa ani matra gahr farkine :D prolly tei time ko ho

  • Nautanwa ko rail

    Train varkharai aathyo,ani yo chai first encounter ho mero train sanga,babba katti thulo awaj hune raixa,ani chadiyo photo khichiyo travel garna ta testai ho, lastai phohor thyo.

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Radha

Radha is a fictional novel written by Krishna Dharabasi, portraying the mythical characters of Dwapara Yuga, Radha, and Krishna.
Krishna is worshipped as one of the 10 avatars of Lord Bishnu, but here in the novel, the writer has tried to portray them as humans with higher abilities.

the story starts with, manuscripts left out by Radha while she was at the end of her journey. After Krishna kills Kansha he doesn't return back to bajra. Due to her own ego, Radha herself couldn't visit Krishna in Mathura. Krishna had a handful of jobs as a king. Sushila, one of the closest friends of Radha and Krishna loses her life while fighting for Krishna.

Krishna killed Narkasura, who had 16,100 wives in his prison. Soon after emancipating them, he marries all of them at once. By then he already had married, Rukmini and 7 other wives. so altogether he had 16,108 wives. A man cannot please so many wives, even staying one night with one wife would cause her to wait for 44 years for the next visit, horrible isn't.


आफुले आफुलाई म को थिए होला भन्ने प्रश्न गर्न नपाउदै मर्दो रहेछ मान्छे

As a child when Krishna called all his friends who were girls in the Bhandir forest, he tells Radha that, we should rise from physical and material love to the form of spiritual love. So the question is if he wasn't interested in having sex why did he marry so many women? He explains to Radha that he found different features of her in different wives.

I found the book awfully long, though the plot and some of the stories are way awesome. Dharabasi mostly tries to impart women empowerment in his novels. As for examples are, Jhola and Tundal.

Radha doesn't like the idea of Krishna marrying so many women and Pandava sharing single Draupadi. Karmanasha ( daughter of Yasoda and Nanda ray who was exchanged with Krishna ) remorses her marriage with rishi Durbasa. All the women in the novel are unhappy and they argue that they should have the freedom of choosing their groom.

Out of all the miseries, Radha sets her journey to leave behind all the worldly pleasures and find the meaning of life, she leaves her old sick mother Kalawati. Actually kalawati herself lets her go. She finds out that the women were treated as lower humans and weren't allowed to make decisions.

Meanwhile, Krishna had built Dwarika, a great city where for Radha he built a huge palace called a Radha Bhawan.

Throughout the novel, there are no traces of godly powers. And Radha is against worshipping idols.
The story ends with the war of Kurukshetra and the narrator actually turns out to be Aswatthama.

The novel contradicts with actual myth Mahabharata. Readers will for sure take a moment and question themselves if we were told the truth. Dharawasi argues that the stories we have been told are just biased, one side of stories, not the whole story indeed.

Radha, in her journey, visits Muktinath, and Biratnagar and that's when she wrote the manuscripts.

Id rate this novel 7/10. I know it deserves more but few things are repetitive and I am a huge fan of minimalism.


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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

आज २२ वर्षको हुनेथ्यो

एउटा दौड हामी दुइ
हाम्रा चार खुट्टा, अनि वायुपंख
व्यग्र मुटु, त्यो तिब्र धड्कन

एउटा बसन्त
गाइ भैंसी संगै
त्यही   घर छेउको जंगल
उ र म

आज खानेकुरा ल्याउने उसको पालो थ्यो
तर भुलेछ उसले
हामीले ब्लाडर फुटेको
मिस्टर योड बल्ल खेल्थ्यौ
उसले शट हान्यो मैले लिएर आए
मैले शट हाने उ खोज्न गयो

उ टाढा टाढा नफाल न भन्ने  गुनासो गर्दै थ्यो
मलाई गर्व थ्यो टाढा फाल्न सकेको मा
तर उसले अबेर गर्यो
उ आएन
अवाज आयो
भयानक आवाज

उसको आवाज लाइ निल्न सक्ने ठुलो आवाज
मेरो चेतना लाइ निल्न सक्ने ठुलो आवाज
मेरो चेतना त एक्कैछिन मा फर्कियो
जसले भन्यो
ला बम पड्कियो

तर उसको आवाज भने सदा का लागि निलिदियो
बम को आवाज ले
उ मर्यो त्यो बिस्फोट संगै

आज २२ वर्षको हुनेथ्यो उ
यदि बाँचेको भए

यदि मैले बल अन्तै फलेको भए
यदि मैले बल नै नल्याएको भए
यदि मैले भैसी चराउन नपरेको भए
यदि हाम्रा बा आमालाई भैसी पाल्न नपरेको भए
यदि देश मा जन युद्ध नभएको भए



खोइ
क्रान्ति को रातो रंग लाइ चाहिने रातोपन
उसको रातो रगत को आहाल ले पुर्यायो होला कि नाइँ ?



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Sunday, June 16, 2019

How to win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie

I found the book as one of the best self-help and motivational books I have ever read. Carnegie guides you to deal with people, be it in business, in school, at home anywhere with anyone. We don't have to win all the arguments and when people get angry, most of the times its because they need attention, so just by not getting angry and giving the person what he is seeking could do a lot better.
A man convinced against his will Is of the same opinion still
Men must be taught as if you taught them not And things unknown proposed as things forgot



If we want to make friends let's put ourselves out to do things for other people-things that require time energy selflessness and thoughtfulness :)

I judge people by their own principles not by my own ------Martin Luther king
By fighting you never get enoughBut by yielding you get more than you expected
a drop of honey catches more flies than a gallon of gall

he who treads softly goes far ----chinese proverb
in every work of a genius we recognise our own rejected thoughts they come back to use with a certain alienated majesty --Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dale Carnegie has given hundreds of motivational and practical examples in the book that can help us to change our fundamental habits. Of course its harder to apply than just reading the book but with these techniques certainly you can excel :) happy reading its a must read book id rate it

10/10



Principles in Nutshell

Fundamental techniques of handling people


Principle 1
Don't criticise, condemn or complain.

Principle 2
Give honest and sincere appreciation.

Principle 3
Arouse in the other person an eager want.

Six ways to make people like you


Principle 1
Become genuinely interested in other people.

Principle 2
Smile

Principle 3

Remember that a person's name is to that person the sweetest and the most important sound in any language.

Principle 4
Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves.

Principle 5
Talk in terms of the other persons interests

Principle 6
Make the other person feel important-and do it sincerely


Win people to your way of thinking


Principle 1
The only way to get the best of an argument is to avoid it.

Principle 2
Show respect for the other person's opinions.
Never say "You're wrong

Principle 3
If you are wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically

Principle 4
Begin in a friendly way

Principle 5
Get the other person saying "yes, yes immediately

Principle 6
Let the other person a great deal of the talking

Principle 7
Let the other person feel that the idea in his or her

Principle 8
Try honestly to see things from the other person's point of view

Principle 9
By sympathetic with the other person's ideas and desires

Principle 10
Appeal to the nobler motives.

Principle 11
Dramatize your ideas.

Principle 12
Throw down a challenge


Be a leaderA leader's job often includes changing your people'sattitudes and behaviour.

Principle 1
Begin with praise and honest appreciation.

Principle 2
Call attention to people's mistakes indirectly

Principle 3
Talk about your own mistakes before criticizing the other person

Principle 4
Ask questions instead of giving direct orders

Principle 5
Let the other person save face.

Principle 6
Praise the slightest improvement and praise every
improvement. Be "hearty in your approbation and have lavish in your praise

Principle 7
Give the other person a fine reputation to live up to.

Principle 8
Use encouragement. Make the fault seem easy to correct

Principle 9
Make the other person happy about doing the thing you suggest 
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Friday, June 14, 2019

अन्तर्मनको यात्रा

मर्ने मान्छे ले कहिल्ल्यै झुटो बोल्दैन , जीवन को उत्तरार्ध मा मृत्यु लाइ नजिकै बाट देख्दा देख्दै लेखिएको यो उपन्यास शैली को आत्मालाप बाट धेरै कुरा सिके मैले , घिमिरे लै पैले नचिनेको र आत्मालाप मा बतैयेका थुप्रै पात्र लाइ नचिनेको हुदा मलाई कता कता झिजो लागिरको थ्यो तर १२ खण्ड तिर जब किमो गर्दा को अनुभव हरु सुनौना थाले मेरो शरीर मा काँडा उम्रन थाले ...


.पुस्तक बाट एकदमै मनपरेका लाइन हरु एस प्रकार छन् 

रोबोट फ्रोस्त को कविता

जंगलको गोरेटो मा बाटो छुट्टियो र मैले बेचलती को बाटो रोजेंसबै फरक तेसैले गरेको हो 
मुगल राजा औरंग्जेब जसले संगीत का सबै वाध्य वाधन जमिन मुनि गाडेका थिए .....तेइ पनि संगीत मरेन

अवसरले कसैलाई खोज्दैन, अवसरलाई आफैले खोज्नुपर्छ 

अमंत्रमक्षरं नास्ति नास्ति मूलमनौषधम्‌ ।अयोग्यः पुरुषो नास्ति योजकस्तत्र दुर्लभः॥ 

पतंजली ले योग लै सुत्रबद्ध गरे यम नियम आसन प्राणायाम प्रत्याहार धारणा ध्यान र समाधि 
यम का पांच उप अंग एस प्रकार छन् अहिम्षा सत्य अस्तेय ब्रम्हाचार्य अपरिग्रह (असंग्रह) 
तेइ एउटा यम को अभ्यास गर्ने मान्छे त महात्मा गान्धी हुन्छ भने अस्टाङ्ग योग को अभ्यास गर्ने मान्छे कस्तो होला ?

सबैकाे जन्मदै दुई तफी टिकट बनेर अाकाे हुन्छ फकने मिती मात्रै गाेप्य 
मान्छे जति मृख भयाे अाफृलाई त्यति बुद्धिमानी ठान्छअज्ञानीलाई अाफ्नाे ज्ञान थाहा हुन्छ ज्ञानीलाई अाफ्नाे अज्ञान





कश्यप गोत्र को महिमा :D

पृथ्वीनारायण शाहले भारदवा्ज गाेत्र त्यागी कश्यप गाेत्र लिएका थिए--सन्दिपानी व्यासले कृष्णलाई 64 दिनमा ६४ कलामा पारगंत गराएका

प्रत्येक रात निदाउदाँ म मर्छु र प्रत्येक बिहान ब्युझदाँ म जन्मन्छु 
                                                                                            -महात्मा गान्धी

Check your mind with your own mind, Osho's philosophy, and also 
ना भोगो ना भागो सिर्फ जागो
पुत  सपुत  तो  धन  क्यून  सांचे
पुत कपुत्  तो  धन  क्यून   सांचे



जो  मानिस  सबैको  मित्र  हो  उ  कसैको  पनि  मित्र  होइन  


my rating for the book 7/10 
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Thursday, June 13, 2019

सेतो धर्ति

२०६८ सालको मदन पुरस्कार विजेता उपन्यास सेतो धर्ति साहित्यकार अमर न्यौपाने को कृति हो । तत्कालिन समाज मा ९ वर्ष मा विधवा भएकी ताराकुमारि ले गर्नुपरेका संघर्ष हरुलाई कलात्मक शैलीमा उपन्यासमा उतारिएको छ ।

तेती बेला माहुर बगाएर मात्रै खोला तर्ने परम्परा रहेछ ।  छोरी पढे भने बोक्सी हुन्छन भन्ने सोंच ले समाज व्याप्त थियो । घरको अत्यास लगेर फर्किएकि तारा लै तेही बाटो एकदम छोटो लाग्छ , येसरी   फर्कदा उही बाटो कैले लामो कैले छोटो  लग्नु ले हामि खुसि छौ या दुखि भन्ने कुरा प्रस्ट हुन्छ । 

श्रीमान मर्दा भन्दा आफ्नो श्रीन्गार खोसिदा को विद्रोह बाट बाल मनोविज्ञान लाइ अध्भुत रुपमा दर्शा इएको छ ।जस्तो खायो तेस्तै भ इन छ भन्दा विपरित धारणा ।।।।कुकुर को दुध खाएर पनि मान्छे जस्तो हुने अपवाध को आधार लिइएको छ ।


I'd rate it 9/10 , its a must-read book 
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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

खुसी



मान्छे आफ्नो आँखाले होइन मनले संसार देख्छ , कठै बरा आँखा त लाचार क्यामेरा झैँ रहेछ मन भने क्यामेरा पर्सन ले जता  फर्कायो जे देखायो जति देखायो तेती मात्र हेर्न सक्ने 

सबै बरलिनेहरु उदेश्य विहिन हुदैनन् विशेस गरि ती जो चलन्च्लाती को भन्दा वेग्लौ सत्यको खोजि मा हुन्छन 

हामीले एस्तो समाज को निर्माण गरेका छौ जहाँ इमान दारी र मुर्खता को एउटै परिभाषा लाग्दछ 

सौ चुहे खाके बिल्ली हज को चलि 


http://www.aanepal.org --- alcoholic anonymous nepal

आम नेपाली पत्रकार झैँ म पढ्थे थोरै लेख्थे धेरै, म जान्दथे थोरै बोल्थे धेरै 

जीवन मा कति पढियो  भन्दा पनि कति सहि पढियो अर्थपूर्ण हुन्छ  । 

मान्छे लाइ आफ्नो प्रशंशा मा छिटो र निन्दा मा अबेर बिश्वास लाग्छ 

प्रतिवावान त्यो हो जसको लक्षय सम्म अरु कोहि पुग्न सक्दैनन् ।  जिनियस त्यो हो जसको लक्श्य अरुले देख्न पनि सक्दैनन् 


भावना थामी २०६९ मुखभरी रौँ भएकी फुच्ची जसको तस्बिर कान्तिपुर दैनिक को फ्रोंत पेज भरि एको  थ्यो

ओशो ---- जिस चिज से मुक्त होना हे उस चिज को जान्लेना जरूरी होता हे 

गलत प्रश्न ले सहि उत्तर पाउदैन

स्वान्तसुखाय  :

धुलो त आफ्नो मुख मा जमेको थ्यो , ऐना पुछ्दै जीवन बिताए 

राम्रा कुरा सिक्नु नराम्रा कुरा बाट  टाढै  बस्नु
 
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योग माया



२०७५ सालको मदन पुरस्कार विजेता एस पुस्तक मा साहित्यकार निलम कार्की निहारिका ले प्रथम नेपाली महिला नेत्री तथा धार्मिक अभियन्ता योगमाया न्यौपाने को संघर्ष लाइ दर्शैयेकी छन्
१९७९ मा श्री ३ ले सति प्रथ उन्मुलन ग
र्दा अरुण नदि नजिकै को गाउँमा भक्तिनी मायाको पात्र बाट आफु सक्दो भएको प्रयाश र हर्ष उल्लाश लाइ उपन्यास मा चित्रण गरिएको छ । साथै उनले बाल विवाह अन्त्य गर्न र विधवा विवाह गर्ने नियम ल्याउन गरेको तत्परता लै पनि देखिएको छ ।



सारै दुखको कुरा एस देशको इतिहास मा येस्तै महत्व पूर्ण कुराहरु पोखरा ले सेती लुकाए झैँ लुकाइएको छ 

हामी  आइमाई मान्छे आफ्ना डोली भित्रिएको घर बाट बिदा नपाई निस्किने भनेको कात्रोमा बोकिदा मात्र हो नत्र जे पर्दा पनि सहेरै बस्नुपर्छ

हाम्रो समाज ले छोरीलाई सधै अर्घेलो नै देख्छ 


  • पृथ्वी नारायण शाह ले आमालाई सति जान रोके तर उनि मर्दा रानिहरुलाई रोक्ने कोहि भएन, हुन त तिनी खुसि ले नै गए होलान |
  • सति प्रथा रोक्न भनि बाबा गुरु षडानन्द ले दिन्ग्ला मा मलामी हरु संग धरी लड्थे |
  • कमारी ले जन्माएको सन्तान समेत मालिक को हुने भएकाले कमारी को दाम कमारो को भन्दा ज्यादा हुन्थ्यो |
  • पछि ब्राह्मण लै चै दास बनौन नपाउने भयो रे|

Its a bulky book with like 500 pages, to the later pages I found the book less interesting so I left at 400 pages or something, It's good if you're interested in Nepali history or if your major is in the subject relatable to it....but 500 pages is huge...id rate it 6/10, yeah I am conscious that its a madan purakskar winner

 
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