Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Nepal


Bhaktapur Durbar Square is the square plaza in front of the royal palace of the old Bhaktapur Kingdom. It is 1,400 meters above from sea level. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many tourists attraction is toward the Pachpanna Jhyale(Fifty Five Windows) durbar. This city, rich in ancient arts, religious values, fabulous cultural traditions, architectural masterpieces and ancient sculptures, is also known as an open museum. Moreover, the city is also famous as a city of gods. Bhaktapur has a...Read More >>  

About Ilam Nepal


Ilam district is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, The district, with the town of Ilam as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,703 km² and has a population (2001) of 282,806. Ilam stretches from the Terai belt to the upper hilly belt of this Himalayan nation. Ilam quietly sets about its business in making a name for itself internationally through its quality tea. Ilam is a small hilly town situated at Mahabharata range in the ...Read More >>  

Kulung VDC Bhojpur



 Kulung VDC is one of the sixty three VDCs in Bhojpur district, which is in the eastern part of Nepal. The VDC is located at 1125m. height from the sea level; 27.44  degree north and 87.11 degree east. Its area is approximately 32 kilometer square and perimeter is 23 kilometer. Due to the slopy and fluctuative geographical structure, its highest and lowest altitude is 1125m. and 475m. respectively. It is situated at about 35 kilometer far...Read More >>  

Sabha Pokhari, Sankhuwasava


Sabha Pokhari is one of the natural ponds which have its own religious significance. This lake is situated at an altitude of four thousand two hundred and forty meters from sea level.This lake is situated in the lap of Lumba Sumba Mountain in Sankhuwasava District.


It is believed that one of the wise ascetic name Byasa organized a meeting in the middle of that lake and perform a mythology speech (Puran) to eighty-eight thousand sages in this place. ...Read More >>  

About Basantapur, Tehrathum


 Basantapur is set up in an enchanting surrounding of mountains, lakes and greenery. Offering excellent respite from city life, the diverse landscape includes terraced fields as well as the Terai plains covered with the different types of vegetation. The mixed pastures, hills of colourful Rhododendron and jasmines, beautiful sunrise and sunset, friendly people and a rich Limbu culture offer additional appeal.

Basantapur also hosts trekkers on the way to Mt. Kanchenjun...Read More >>  

Intro About Halesi, Khotang


Halesi is one of the mysterious places to visit. It lies in Khotang district. Halesi is the meeting point of Lord Buddha and Lord Shiv. They met each-other in this place.  So, we can see both religious people in the Halesisthan cave, one side Budhist and another side Hindu. People believe that if we beg something to god in Halesi god hear and then it becomes true to their life. Halesi Mahadev Pilgrimage Tour is one of the most ancient and holiest places quite popular among pilgrims as th...Read More >>  

Trek upto Temke


Temke Dada

Temke is one of the best places to visit in Bhojpur district. Temke is surrounded by dense jungle and rocky mountain. It lies on the North side of the Bhojpur headquarter, Temke hill is situated on the border of Khotang and Bhojpur district. It is situated at an altitude of 3032m above sea level.  It is a place of natural beauty where everyone becomes spellbound by its enchanting beauty.  Its magnificence captiva...Read More >>  

5 ways to combat stress eating


Emotional eating is when we eat for any reason other than to nourish the body. It’s when emotions or memories fuel our hunger, rather than a biological need for nutrients. Often, a stressful situation is a trigger to grab bready, starchy, and fatty comfort foods.

Stress decreases the number of good bacteria living in the gut.

It’s no wonder—the sugars in starchy foods encourage the release of serotonin in the b...Read More >>  

About Bhojpur, Nepal


Bhojpur district, a part of Koshi Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country in South Asia. The district, with Bhojpur as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,507 km² and has a population (2001) of 203,018. Traditionally, the inhabitants of this area have been the indigenous Rai ethnic group; the Newar ethnic group being the main people in the Bhojpur town. Bhojpur forms part of Majh Kira...Read More >>  

How to Study For Exams


Rewriting. Rewriting your notes is great if you're a kinesthetic learner. Also, when you re-write something, you will probably think about what you are writing, what it's about, and why you wrote it down. Most importantly, it refreshes your memory. If you took notes a month ago and just found out that those notes will be relevant in your exam, rewriting them will remind you of them when you need it for your exam.

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