Nepal is a country which has a strip of level land that is partly forested, partly cultivated. Nepal is the slope of the main section of the Himalayan range, including Everest and many other peaks higher than 8,000 m. Besides this Nepal has a lot of destinations to travel. Here below are top places to visit Nepal. Here we go

18. Koshi Tappu – Wildlife Reserve:
Koshi Tappu

     The enchanted subtropical pine forest bluffs anyone with its aromatic presence in valleys like Barun and Langtang. The astonishing beauty of Lake Tilicho often outbids the value of filthy rich human being on earth. For the most part, the pacifying and self-explanatory images listed below give a glimpse of the stupendous nature that is still far from human invasion.

       “A premier location in Nepal for bird watching.The Kosi Tapu and the Kosi Barrage in east Nepal provide one of the best places in Nepal to view migratory water fowl, waders, and shore birds during the winter months. Many species not recorded elsewhere in the region have been seen here. Thousands of birds congregate here in January and February before they migrate north when the warm weather begins. Kosi Tapu Tented Camp situated on the fringe of the reserve provides the only accommodation to date. Well qualified nature guides take the guests out on walks, jeep drives and boat rides to look for birds and the wild buffalo found only here in Nepal. It is possible to combine this tour with SunKosi Raft Trip or with treks in the eastern hills.” -time-to time t (Tripadvisor)

17. Chitwan National Park
chitwan national park

     “Nestled at the foot of the Himalayas, Chitwan has a particularly rich flora and fauna and is home to one of the last populations of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceros and is also one of the last refuges of the Bengal Tiger. Chitwan National Park (CNP), established in 1973, was Nepal’s first National Park. Located in the Southern Central Terai of Nepal, it formerly extended over the foothills, the property covers an area of 93,200 hectares, extends over four districts: Chitwan, Nawalparasi, Parsa, and Makwanpur.” -UNESCO

16. Lumbini

     “The Lord Buddha was born in 623 BC in the sacred area of Lumbini located in the Terai plains of southern Nepal, testified by the inscription on the pillar erected by the Mauryan Emperor Asoka in 249 BC. Lumbini is one of the holiest places of one of the world’s great religions, and its remains contain important evidence about the nature of Buddhist pilgrimage centers from as early as the 3rd century BC.” -UNESCO

15. Barun Valley
barun valley

     “Barun Valley provides stunning contrasts, where high waterfalls cascade into deep gorges, craggy rocks rise from lush green forests, and colorful flowers bloom beneath white snow peaks. This unique landscape shelters some of the last pristine mountain ecosystems on earth. Rare species of animals and plants flourish in diverse climates and habitats, relatively undisturbed by human kind.” -Wiki

14. Rolwaling Valley
Rolwaling Valley

     “Rolwaling is an inner Himalayan valley, considered to be a Beyal or holy sanctuary by the local Buddhist Sherpa inhabitants. The name Rolwaling means, ‘valley carved by a plough’ and its steep cliffs do indeed give the impression of a plough-carved furrow. It is a little-trekked area lying just west of Everest, and its forests and views are some of the best in Nepal. It was here in 1951 that the first Yeti footprints were discovered and photographed by Eric Shipton.” – Nepal watchers

13. Namche Bazar
namche bazar

     Better known as the Gateway to Mt. Everest, Namche Bazaar is the main trading center of Khumbu region.Today it's a major tourist hub, especially the starting point for Mount Everest climbers.

12. Badimalika

     “Badimalika Temple lies in Bajura districts situated around fifteen thousand feet from sea land. Its culture, landscape, biodiversity, climate, and people at large have valorized its pristine beauty. Moreover, Badimalika is a paradise in a real sense not only for those wanting to explore natural and cultural treasures but also for those who seek pacified life with meditating enlightenment.” – Hamro Malika.

11. Manang
manang valley

     “The Manang Valley, which lies close to the Nepal-Tibet border, offers tremendous opportunities due to its rich natural flora and fauna. Three tracks start from here. The first, via Thorangla, Muktinath, and Mustang to Lhasa—a journey that takes four days; the second via Naur Khola and Naurgaon, which takes five days to Lhasa; and finally the third via Larkiya Bazar, which is the one most commonly used by the people of Central Nepal.” -Wiki.

10. Panch Pokhari
Panch Pokhari

     “Panch Pokhari means the group of five holy ponds/lakes. This is just northeast of Kathmandu toward snow wall. Pach Pokhara is situated to the north east of Kathmandu. valley and west of Rolwaling Himal. It is pilgrimage place for Hindus and it has five holy ponds at the height of 4462mtr. The area offers cultural heritage, unsurpassed beauty, and biological diversity. The beautiful Himalayan range and pristine nature with different culture are major highlights of this trek.” – Adventure High Mountain.

9. Langtang Valley
Langtang Valley

     Langtang valley recently declared as a protected area lies to the north of Kathmandu Valley. The famous high mountain lake Gosaikunda, sacred to Hindus, also rest in the region.

8. Tilicho Lake
Tilicho Lake

     You first have to surpass the rugged terrain to see the panorama of beautiful turquoise Tilicho Lake.

7. Upper Mustang
upper mustang

     Once an index depend kingdom, although closely tied to language and culture to Tibet, Upper Mustang is located north of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountain ranges in a Kaligandaki River Basin.

6. Gokyo Valley
gokyo valley

     This tranquil valley is more famous for glacier-fed Gokyo Lakes that are considered to be sacred by both Hindus and Buddhists.

5. Annapurna Base Camp
annapurna base camp

     Annapurna Base Camp serves as a gateway to one of the world’s most dangerous peak, Annapurna I, which has 38 percent fatality-to-summit ratio.

4. Khaptad National Park
khaptad national park

     Spread over four districts in the Far Western Region of Nepal, Khaptad National Park is named after religious Hindu guru Khaptad Swami.

3. Khumbu Region
Khumbu Region

     The northern part of Solukhumbu district is better known as Khumbu, which is home to the inhabitants of the mountainous region including Sherpa community.

2. Shey Phoksundo National Park
Shey Phoksundo National Park

     The only trans-Himalayan national park of Nepal provides a diversity of spectacular landscapes and ranks among the most scenic mountain parks in the world.

1. Rara National Park
Rara National Park

     The largest lake of Nepal also happens to be the most beautiful place in the country.

Source: GELAL Research Group

Have we missed anything? Please feel free to add up if you know some more beautiful places in Nepal.

Top 18 Places To Visit In Nepal

HSEB Result of 12 of the year 2074/2017 is out. HSEB result 2074 of class 12 is out after a long wait. Students were waiting for result since long. They were excitedly waiting for the result but the result was delayed due to some circumstances in the country. HSB result 2074 class 12 science and management is out today. Students can check online or through SMS service like usual.

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HSEB Result of 11 of the year 2074/2017 is out. HSEB result 2074 of class 11 is out after a long wait. Students were waiting for result since long. They were excitedly waiting for the result but the result was delayed due to some circumstances in the country. HSB result 2074 class 11 science and management is out today. Students can check online or through SMS service like usual.

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Name: Ranju Darshana
Date of Birth: 1996-03-03
Post in BN: Kathmandu District Executive Head
Interests BESIDE POLITICS: Writing poems, Social sector
Joined Bibeksheel Nepali on: 11/2/2013 13:01:42

Ranju Darshana is a yongest Nepali politician.  She was born as Ranju Neupane. She is an aspiring Female youth leader who dreams high as she believes, one must have to dream first to achieve later on. One of her greatest dreams is NEPAL. She is a torchbearer.

Every one of us here is struggling in our life. The only difference is each one of us has a unique story of our life. But we also have many things similar within our life. And that is the environment we are in, the society we have been influenced by or compelled to be a follower of many cultures which are now not relevant.

   Youths have high energy and excessive potential to learn and make understand. My message to youths is, please learn about Nepal. If everyone starts feeling “Everything related to Nepal is my cup of tea” then most of the problems going on would be solved. In today’s context Politics is in every single thing we consume, every place we go to. So to have a disciplined culture, active administrations we must have to know it. And general people, ‘general’ means concerning all or most people. We ought to be much responsible, for us and for many like us. Let’s be concerned!

Ranju Darshana Biography

Pushpa Kamal Dahal, also known as Prachanda, is a Nepalese politician and the chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre). He was the Prime Minister of Nepal from 2008 to 2009 and again from 2016 to 2017.

Dahal led the CPN (M) as it launched a communist insurgency on 13 February 1996. In the ensuing civil war, more than 17,000 Nepalese died. Ultimately elections were held in 2008 and the CPN (M) emerged as the strongest party. The Constituent Assembly of Nepal elected Dahal as Prime Minister in August 2008. He resigned as Prime Minister on 4 May 2009 after his attempt to sack the army chief, General Rookmangud Katawal, was opposed by President Ram Baran Yadav.

Dahal is also widely known by his nom de guerre "Prachanda", a name he went by during his guerrilla days. In Nepali and some other Indo-Aryan languages languages, the word Prachanda is an adjective that translates to "fierce".

Personal life and early career
Prachanda was born in Pokhara, a village in Kaski District,[7] some 243 kilometres (151 mi) west of Nepal's capital Kathmandu.[8][9][10] Prachanda spent much of his childhood in the Chitwan District. He received a diploma of science in agriculture (ISc-Ag) from Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS) in Rampur, Chitwan, and was once employed at a rural development project sponsored by USAID: the project site was Jajarkot.[11] Prachanda's brother, Dr. Ganga Ram Dahal, graduated from the University of Reading, UK and is currently a Research Scientist at 'Rights to Resources International' based in Bangkok.

Witnessing severe poverty amongst Nepalis since his youth, Prachanda was drawn to left-wing political parties. He joined the underground Communist Party of Nepal (Fourth Convention) in 1981.[12] He became general secretary (party leader) of the Communist Party of Nepal (Mashal) in 1989. After several iterations, this party became the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). Prachanda lived in secret, even after the restoration of democracy in 1990. A little-known figure until then, he controlled the clandestine wing of the party, while Baburam Bhattarai represented the United People's Front in parliament. A biography written by Anirban Roy, the ex-Nepal correspondent of the Hindustan Times, covers Prachanda's twenty-five years living underground[13] and has been translated into Nepali as Prachanda: Ek Agyat Bidhrohi. Anirban Roy's book is also getting translated into Hindi and Assamese. Since 1996, Prachanda has been internationally known as the leader of the CPN(M), presiding over its military and political wings.

Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda Biography

Indira Joshi is a Nepali singer,model and actor. She released the song Rato Ghanghara from her album Dance with Me. She also sang the item song Udhreko choli from the movie Loot. Indira Joshi is one of the most famous Nepali female singer of Nepal. She is judge among the judge of Nepal Idol. A singer, a model and a dancer- Indira Joshi definitely has what it takes to be an all-rounder. A very talented celebrity of Nepal was born in a place called Parasi located in Nawalparasi district, Lumbini zone of Nepal. Brought up in the land of Lord Buddha, Indira Joshi is a peace loving person. From her early childhood, she was fond of singing songs. She was a part of a competition ‘Ko Bhanda Ko Kam’ which she even won. Her melodious voice was appreciated by a lot of people which inspired her to take a step forward towards the world of music.

Known as Nepali Shakira, Indira has proved herself not only as a superb singer but also as a wonderful dancer. Her beautiful dance moves and hip movements have certainly made her the Nepalese Shakira.

In order to fulfil her dreams, Indira moved to Kathmandu and joined a music school called ‘Doremi Sangeet Pathshala’. All her hard work paid off when she was selected in a musical competition ‘Nepali Tara’. Her magnificent voice impressed not only the judges but also the viewers. Because of this, she was able to be one of the finalists, in fact the only female finalist of Nepali Tara. She did not get the winning trophy but that did not harm her singing career. In fact she got a pool of opportunities to showcase her talent. She started singing as a playback singer in movies and even launched her album ‘Dance with Me’. She did live performances not only in Nepal but also abroad namely Portugal, Spain, Korea and many more. She is also featured in a Sri-Lankan song ‘Just 1 click’. Her songs ‘Rato Ghanghara’, ‘Daijo’, ‘Udreko Choli’ are loved by the Nepalese people.

Indira Joshi Biography

Sitaram Kattel popularly known as Dhurmus is a popular Nepali comedian, script writer, director, and social activist. He is popularly known for his both acting and social activity. He has the main role in the popular Nepali TV series 'Meri Bassai'. He is considered as the most talented comedian of Nepal. He had done more than 20 roles in his series 'Meri Bassai'. He also acted in the 2013 Nepali box office hit Chha Ekan Chha in a lead role along with Deepak Raj Giri, Kedar Ghimire, Neeta Dhungana, and Jeetu Nepal. His another movie Wada Number Cha was also blockbuster. He is highly active in social work too.

Sitaram Kattel was born in Solukhumbu district of Nepal where his early life and schooling was completed. His arrival in Kathmandu and the massacre of King Birendra Family were coincident. His family moved from Solukhumbu to Jhapa when he was a child. He used to help his father in his field while going to the school. He performed his first comedy in the school and everyone liked it. So, he ran away from home to Kathmandu hoping to be a good actor and a comedian. His first successful career as an actor was Meri Bassai. There, he met Kunjana Ghimire and fell in love with her. They got married in 2009.

Social Service by Dhurmus Suntali Foundation

Nepal was affected by two massive earthquakes on April 25, 2015 and on May 12, 2015. Nearly nine thousand people were killed and over 22,000 were injured. The impact was worse in the remote areas. Sitaram and his wife Kunjana began making houses for the affected individuals. Both of them also engaged in physical labor and their work was highly appreciated and was supported with work of Dhurmus suntali in Nepali They have successfully rebuilt a village in Giranchaur in Sindhupalchok, close to the epicenter of the earthquake.Not only this they have formed an organization named "Dhurmu-Suntali Foundation."2015 Nepal Earthquake. Their work can be followed on their website. Now he is working for the largest project of Nepal named as 'Namuna Nepal'


  • Geetanjali
  • Jire Khursani
  • Meri Bassai
  • Tito Satya


  • Chha Ekan Chha (2013)
  • Nai Nabhannu La 2 (2014)
  • Woda number 6 (2015)
  • Chakka Panja

For more info about him, you can visit his official website:

Sitaram Kattel Dhurmus Biography

Anmol K.C. is a Nepalese actor and producer. He is known for his appearances in romantic-comedy movies namely, Jerry, Dreams, and Gajalu. He made his film debut in Hostel in 2013. Although not having a keen interest in education, the son of legendary superstar Bhuwan KC- Anmol was always passionate about music and sports. In fact, he went on to form a music band with his friends and named it as MTO7. However, sharing most of the other music band’s fate, MTO7 also met its end when the school days were over as the friends parted their ways. Anmol had not thought about taking acting as a career during his school days.

Anmol had had experience of living in a hostel since his parents were busy and could not arrange a time to look after him well. Truth be told, Anmol KC parents divorced while he was still a child. So, Anmol decided to stay with his father. However, Anmol was in touch with mother Sushmita KC. Due to the busy schedule of his father- Bhuwan KC, Anmol had to spend his childhood in a hostel in reputed Malpi International School.

Although appeared briefly onscreen in the movie Sathi Ma Timro in 2012, he made an official debut as a lead actor only in 2013 when he was offered a role in a movie – ‘Hostel’.
As the name suggests, Hostel is a teenage romantic movie that depicts the life of teenagers including their joys and sorrows while living in a hostel. He could easily relate to his character and he liked the script which is why he signed for the first movie. He got huge fan support for his personality and looks and since then he never had to look behind. Anmol is considered as a stylish hero with a keen sense of fashion. He likes experimenting with his clothes and he keeps changing his hairstyle. In fact, in one Anmol KC photo, he can be seen in a Korean Looks in which he looks so hot. Most of his movies have done better in box office collections.


  • Superstar (As a producer)
  • Ma Timi Bina Marihalchhu (As a producer)
  • Sathi Ma Timro (As a cast and producer)
  • Hostel (As an actor)
  • Jerry (As an actor)
  • Dreams (As an actor)
  • Gajalu (As an actor)
  • Ma Ta Timrai Hoon (As a producer)
  • Kri Nepali Film - As an actor (Film to be released)
  • Kesar Film - As British officer (Film to be released)

Anmol KC Biography

Khagendra Lamichhane is a Nepali writer, actor, and director. He is best known for his work in Talakjung vs Tulke and Pashupati Prasad. He has been successfully pursuing what he has been doing since 1999. He acted in three acclaimed movies and one is soon to release. He has directed five plays among which most of them have been staged in different national and international theater festivals. As a writer, he published three books. Apart from these, he worked with BBC Media Action as an actor, writer, producer and editor for an international award-winning drama 'Katha Mitho Sarangiko', and as an editor for its reconstruction radio drama 'Kathamaala'. He also worked with British Council as Drama Production Consultant. Currently, he is the chairperson of Tukee Arts Pvt. Ltd. He is now preparing a script for another movie.

Khagendra Lamichhane was born in Syangja village. In 2046 BS, Khagendra and his friends participated in Western District Drama contest that got him interested towards drama. He shifted to Kathmandu to pursue his career in acting. He applied to Naachghar and started writing plays. He wrote and starred his first feature film, Talakjung vs Tulke and he is the best-known name from Tulke by this film and also known as Pashupati from his movie character name Pashupati Prasad Khakurel' in 2014. He is also a live theater actor and playwright in Kathmandu, appearing in his own play Dant Ko Dob. In 2012, he starred in HIGHWAY, which was screened at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival.

Acting, Movies and Dramas

  • Dhanapati Nepali Feature Film
  • Pashupati Prasad Nepali Feature Film
  • Talakjung vs Tulke Nepali Feature Film
  • Badhshala Nepali Feature Film
  • Maya Devika Sapana Drama, 2010
  • Hajurbako Katha Solo Drama, 2008
  • Peeda Geet Solo Drama, 2007
  • Katro Drama, 2004
  • Sirumarani Drama, 2003
  • AtalBahadurko Aatanka Terror of Atal Bhadur
  • Paaniphoto Photo Negative
  • Hajurbako Katha Story of Grandpa
  • Peeda Geet A song of Sorrows

Khagendra Lamichhane Biography

Schools and colleges are supposed to build a student’s thinking and analytical skills through a range of multi-disciplinary academic exercises that are not limited to researching and writing. However, the large number of assignments that they get, most of which are general composition writing, do not contribute to building a student’s skills. Education is important, but the model adopted by today’s universities suppresses free thinking.  Hence, it is up to each student to artfully manage their curriculum studies and partake in activities that enhance their thinking and analytical skills.

thinking skills

If you are clueless as to where to start, here are the top 5 tips that have proven to boost a student’s thinking skills. These tips were collated based on expert advice and research-based psychological findings.

Best 5 Tips to Boost Your Thinking Skills

Engage in Some Sort of Physical Activity

Science has been telling us again and again that there is a relation between the mind and the body, and yet we still ignore it. The argument that working professionals do not find time to exercise is excusable, but students have plenty of free time to inculcate routine exercises in their life. Exercising daily not only helps you stay fit but also helps in developing a healthier brain.

Young students can engage in running, cycling, or swimming exercises early in the morning to improve their memory, learning, and thinking skills, aiding them in their quest to academic excellence.

Socialise Like a Champ

An average student spends more than five hours on the internet a day. Online gaming and social media are the main culprits for a student’s aversion, and sometimes their inability, to socialise. But, studies suggest that having a conversation with someone, even for a few minutes, can have a tremendous effect on your brain.

If too many pending essays are preventing you from socialising, why not hire an online essay writing services like Just submit a brief about the paper you need to write on the website, and then go and engage in a conversation with that new classmate of yours. Why not?

The Power of a Power Nap

Power naps are usually recommended to working professionals who work for more than eight hours a day. College students are no less when it comes to the number of assignments they have to endure in a single semester. A power nap of as less as 20 minutes can give your body enough time to repair itself, and give a stimulus to your brain nerves.

Debate Topics

Your thinking improves when you make it a process, and to do that, you need to push yourself. One efficient way in which you push your thinking capabilities is to engage in a debate with a friend. Choose a topic that is familiar to both of you and start talking about it, throwing arguments at each other, and understanding the subthemes of the topic. This way, you are able to share information and understand the topic in depth. Once the debate is over, you will have more questions in your mind, making you want to learn more.

Read More Books

If the above four tips seem like a hike, then you can start with reading more books. We know that you already have enough books and study material to read for your course, but are you reading anything else? Newspapers, fiction, non-fiction? If not, you need to start today, as reading a book opens a whole new dimension for you, making you think more. The more books you read, the more knowledgeable you are about the world we live in.

Finding time to read can be difficult, but you can start with five pages a day, and notch it up as you move ahead.

These are the top tips that have worked for students. There are much more you can implement in your day-to-day life, but why not start with these easy ones first?

If you are unable to find time due to a large number of assignments for each subject, you can outsource them using custom writing services like which employ professional academic writers who complete your papers and essays before the due date.

So, follow these tips and begin expanding your thinking skills.


Top 5 Tips For Students To Boost The Thinking Skills

kafal kamla lyrics
Almoda Rana Uprety is back with his new song featuring Zanak Tamrakar. The beautiful song titled 'KAFAL/KAMLA' is a beautiful mashup of the Doteli Folk song 'KAFAL KHANYA' and 'KAMLA'. This Song is an improvisation of “Kafal Khanya” by Nand Krishna Joshi and “Kamla” by Lalit Mohan Joshi This mash-up song is too good. You maynot understand the lyrics but this song surely touches your heart. Sung in Far Western Nepali Language, this song is an Amalgamation of Doteli and Kumaouni Folk tunes.  Lyrics of this (Doteli) song are based on traditional song’s words. Here below is the lyrics of the Mashuo song 'Kafal Kamla'


[Na Ran Na Ran Naa... Wo Uu Wo Uu Wo... 
Na Na Na Ran Na... Haa... Haa... ]x 2 

Kafal Khanya Kuiya Maryo La Junkiri 
Shisaki Golile ... Shishaki Golile... Hee ... 
Lagdaii Maya Badhdai Gayo Laa Junkiri 
Tyo Timro Bolile .... Tyo Timro Bolile .... 

Kafal Khanya Kuiya Maryo La Junkiri 
Shisaki Golile ... Shishaki Golile... 

[Na Ran Na Ran Naa... Wo Uu Wo Uu Wo... 
Na Na Na Ran Na... Haa... Haa... ]x 2 

[Jaab Aali Dagadaa Pardesh Ghumalo ] x 2 
Mayaki Jaalaima Jhar - Baar Bunulo Ho... Hoo... 
Mayaki Jaalaima Ghar - Baar Bunulo 

[Taak Taaka Taak Kamla Batuli Lagaye 
Pardesh Muluk Me Ghar Bulaye ] x2 

Nepalgunj Saharaima La Junkiri 
Paani Paryo Teenma.... Paani Paryo Teenma... He.... 
Ropaula Pirimko Phul Laa Junkiri 
Aaba Aune Dinma.... Aaba Aune Dinma 

Lagdaii Maya Badhdai Gayo Laa Junkiri 
Tyo Tmro Bolile..... Tyo Tmro Bolile..... 
Kafal Khanya Kuiya Maryo La Junkiri 
Na Ran Na Ran Na... Haa... Haa...
Lagdaii Maya Badhdai Gayo Laa Junkiri 
Na Ran Na Ran Na... Haa... Haa...

Also watch video here

Kafal Kamla Lyrics - Zanak Tamrakar

Bhanubhakta Acharya was a Nepali poet and writer who was born in 1814 in Chundi Ramgha, Tanahun District. He translated the great epic Ramayana from Sanskrit to Khas language. He was educated at home with a strong leaning towards religion from his grandfather. He is a Bhramin and thus, besides having many contemporary great poets in the country. He is honoured with the title Adikavi (First poet) of Nepal.

Bhanubhakta Acharya was born on 29 Ashar, 1814 in Tanahu district of Nepal. Acharya was born to a Very Brahmin family and received education with a strong leaning towards religion from his grandfather at home. He is honored with the title Adikabi for the contributions he has made in the field of poetry and Khasi literature and every year, his birthday is celebrated as a festival of Bhanujayanti (13 July) by conducting various programs, usually academics and poem recitation. Motiram Bhatta, first referred to him as Adikabi while writing Acharya’s biography in 1981. He clarifies that Acharya is not called Adikabi because he was the first poet in Nepal but he deserved the title as he was the first poet who wrote with an understanding of the marma (inner essence) of the poetry.

Also read

                Laxmi Prashad Devkota biography

Bhanu Jayanti is an annually celebrated cultural festival, prevalent among the Nepalese around the world in the remembrance of Bhanubhakta Acharya's birthday anniversary. It is generally celebrated in the 13th of July or the 29th day of the Nepali month of Ashadh. Every year Bhanu Jayanti is celebrated as a mega event with literary seminars, and programs and amid a remarkable presence of Nepalese writers, novelists, and other literary figures/enthusiasts.

Adikabi Bhanu Bhakta Acharya - Biography

Laxmi Prasad Devkota was a Nepali poet, playwright, and novelist was born on 12 November 1909. He was honoured with the title of Maha Kavi in Nepali literature, Laxmi Prasad Devkota is by and large regarded as the greatest poet in the history of Nepal and Nepali language. Some of his popular works include Muna Madan, Kunjini, and Sakuntala.

Laxmi Prashad Devkota

Laxmi Prasad Devkota was born on the night of Lakshmi Pooja to father Teel Madhav Devkota and mother Amar Rajyalakshmi Devi in Dhobidhara, Kathmandu. He started his education at Durbar High School in Kathmandu, where he studied both in Sanskrit grammar and English. After finishing his Matriculation exams from Patna at the age of 17, Devkota pursued the Bachelor of Arts along with the Bachelor of Laws at Tri Chandra College and graduated from Patna University as a private examinee.[2][3] Only after a decade from his graduation as a lawyer did he finally started working in Nepal Bhasanuwad Parishad (Publication Censor board), where he met famous Playwright of Nepal Balkrishna Sama. At the same time, he worked as a lecturer at Tri-Chandra College and Padma Kanya College.

Laxmi Prasad Devkota was a chain smoker throughout his life. After a long battle with cancer, Devkota died on September 14, 1959, at the ghat of Bagmati River in Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu.

Some Poetry / Short Novels / Essays of Laxmi Prasad Devkota

  • Shakuntal 
  • Sulochana 
  • Bana Kusum 
  • Maharana Pratap
  • Prithvi Raj Chauhan 
  • Prometheus 
  • Like Strength Beggar - Poetry Collection
  • Gaine's Song 
  • Butterfly - Children's Poetry Collection
  • Golden Morning - Children's Poem 
  • Farmer - Musical Play
  • Meeting of Dushyant and Shakantula
  • Muna Madan 
  • Duel between Raavan and Jatayu
  • Kunjini
  • Luni
  • Prince Prabhakar 
  • Kidnapping of Sita
  • Mahendu
  • Dhumraketu
  • Laxmi Nibandaha Sangraha - Laxmi Essay Collection
  • Champa 

Some of the famous quotes of his articles are:

क्षेत्रीको छोरो यो पाउ छुन्छ, घिनले छुँदैनमानिस ठूलो दिलले हुन्छ जातले हुँदैन ।

जरुर साथी म पागल !यस्तै छ मेरो हाल ।म शब्दलाई देख्दछु !दृश्यलाई सुन्दछु !बासनालाई संबाद लिन्छु ।आकाशभन्दा पातालका कुरालाई छुन्छु ।ती कुरा,जसको अस्तित्व लोक मान्दैंनजसको आकार संसार जान्दैन ! 

कालो बादलबाट खसेकोअन्धकारमा भित्र बसेको,ईश्वर हो कि भिखरी?घर, घर, आँगन चारीबोल्दछ, आर्तध्वनिमा बोल्दछकरुणामृत दिल भारी । 

Laxmi Prashad Devkota - Biography

Prakriti Shrestha - Nepali Model

Kul Prasad Pokhrel (Cool Pokharel) was a Nepalese singer and songwriter. His stage name was Cool Pokhrel and he was well-known as a pop and folk music singer. He died in October 2004 of a possible drug overdose. Kul Prasad Pokhrel was born on 21 September 1981 at Butwal, Nepal. His favorite singers were Bob DylanKurt Kobain, and Jhalak Man Gandarbha. His favorite hobby was watching Nepalese films.
Cool Pokhrel had many super hit songs in Nepal such as Sun Meri Mayalu, Bolauda Kheri Boldinou, Yespali Dashain Ma and Mritu Ko Chyan which were blockbuster songs in Nepal. Cool released many songs and albums in his life many of the songs were blockbuster. He is still remembered for being King of Nepali Pop. Cool has been remembered in other Nepalese pop songs some by other popular singers such as Unity Band, Jhilkey Badal, Sugam Pokhrel and others.

Cool Pokhrel Started his career in 1999 with his song Sun Meri Mayalu which became an instant hit which let Cool be one of the popular pop singer at that time in Nepal.Then he released an album called Sun Meri Mayalu.After the success of the Sun Meri Mayalu he released another album called ama.

Death Impact:
After his death, he had left all of his audience in a shock and he died at Patan hospital.After his death, his doctor told he died because of the drug overdose.When the new came out of Cool Pokhrel he had left many Nepalese people in tears.He is still remembered to this day by his audience.His last song project was Suun Ko Bala which is now performed by Avinash Ghising.

Cool Pokharel Biography

Madan Krishna Shrestha is a Nepali television actor and comedian. Along with Hari Bansha Acharya of MaHa Jodi, he is considered as one of the best comedians of all times in Nepal. Madan Krishna Shrestha was born on April 19th, 1950. His mother, Laxmi Devi Shrestha, died during his childhood and that was the reason for his seriousness. He and his wife live in Dhobidhara, Nepal and he has a son and a daughter, both of whom reside in the United States.
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Madan Krishna Shrestha became noted by Nepalese viewers and critics after his performance in Rashtriya Gaijatra Mahotsav in 2032 BS. Before meeting Hari Bansha Acharya, he had contributions in the art for 10 years. The duo has become a hit and has done many comedic dramas and events in all parts of the world. The MaHa Jodi has produced a lot of Drama & Telefilms based on the socio-political sector of Nepal.

TV Programs

1. Fifty- Fifty (Produced for NTV)
2. Santati (Produced for Reukai)
3. 216777 (Produced for NTV)
4. Bhakunde Bhoot (Produced for NTV)
5. Pandra Gate (Produced for NTV)
6. Dashain (Produced for NTV)
7. Chiranjivi (Produced for JICA)
8. Raat (Produced for UNDP)
9. Banpale (Produced for King Mahendra Natural Conservation Trust)
10. Sur Besur (Produced for MaHa Sanchar)
11. Ohho! (Produced for BBC and HMG/Nepal)
12. Kantipur (Produced for Kathmandu Metropolitan City)
13. Rajmarg (Produced for Community Health Program)
14. Pani (Produced for Nepal Jaycees)
15. Kalajar (Produced for CECI)
16. Ashal Logne (Produced for NFHP)
17. Laxmi (Produced for Nepal Rastra Bank)
18. Laal Purja (Produced for MaHa Sanchar)
19. Tike ko Tin Mantra ( About condom).
20. Shristee (Produced for Plan Nepal. About birth registration).
21. Jalpareee (Produced for ENFO. About rainwater harvesting).
22. Virus (Produced for FNCCI.- About anti-corruption).
23. MaHa Chautari (About different conflicts of Nepal).
24. Left right left(Produced for FHI)
25. Madan Bahadur Hari Bahadur( Produced by Maha Sanchar)(program on informing people about the constitutional assembly )


2)Filim ,
4)Basudev ,
5)Ke Ghar Ke Deraa,
6)Shilu (Newari) ,
7)Mala ,
8)Truck Driver,
9) Balidaan ,
10)Je Bho Ramrai Bho,
11)Sukha Dukha ,
13)hansideu na ek fera


1. Gorkha Dakshin Bahu - His Majesty of Government
2. Jagadamba Shree Award 2047 (1991) - Madan Puraskar Guthi
3. Jaycees Youth Award 1988 - Nepal Jaycees
4. Rashtriya Yuba Gaurav Samman 2054 - Antarrastriya Manch Nepal
5. Best Comedian 2043 (1986) - Lions Club Bishal Bazar
6. Best Actor 2054 (1992) - Abhiyan
7. Best Director 2048 (1992) - Tele Film Award
8. Best Script Writer
9. Best Dialogue 2047 (1991) - Nepal Video Film Organization
10. Best Singer 2026 (1969) - Prakash Pustakalaya, Jochen, Kathmandu
11. Abhiyan Shree Award 2057 (2000)
12. Nepal Samman 2057 Nepal Felicitation 2000 - Everest Foundation Nepal
13. Best Character Artist Award 2056 (2056) - Nepal Motion Picture Association
14. Outstanding Contribution Award 2058 (1001) - Nepal Motion Picture Award
15. Millennium Khyali Juju Award 2057 (2000)
16. Hari Tara Award 2052 (1996) - Nepal Film Artist Association
17. Best Dialogue - Nepal Film Artist Association
18. Best Story Writer - Abhiyan
19. Appreciation Award 1999 - The Everest Magazine, Toronto, Canada
20. Lux Movie Award 2003 - The Best Character Artist

Madan Krishna Shrestha - Biography

Yama Buddha (Anil Adhikari) was one of the most popular singer of Nepal. He was born on 30th May, 1987 and died on 14 January 2017. He had committed suicide. He had won the heart of all Nepali music lovers. He is a god gifted songwriter and rapper. He had a passion of writing poem when he was a child. His lyrics revolves around political and social issues.
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Yama Buddha resided in North London, United Kingdom, with his wife. He was found dead in his bathroom on 14 January 2017. Before beginning his career as a rapper, he graduated from both The Excelsior School and Edmark Academy. By early 2015, he had nearly 800,000 Facebook likes, making him one of the most-followed Nepalese entertainers on the web. The son of Nepalese political figure Ambika Prasad Adhikari, he spent his youth in Dhankuta, Terai, and Kathmandu, Nepal. He is a contemporary of web star and fellow Nepalese celebrity

Yama Buddha Biography

 In the year 624 BC, in Kapilawaththu (Nepal) Siddhartha Gautama was born as a prince. His father was King Suddhodana and his mother was Queen Mahamaya. When he was sixteen he finished his education and he married Princess Yasodara. King Suddhodana handed over his kingdom to his son Siddhartha. They had a baby name Rahula. When king Siddhartha was 29 years old he decided to renounce lay life. Siddhartha left from his kingdom and went to several well-known teachers to study the ultimate nature of reality. But their teachings didn’t satisfy him and he set out to find his own path. Six years later he went to Bodgaya near the Neranjana River and sat under a tree.

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   Siddhartha's mind was calm and relaxed. As he sat his concentration deepened and his wisdom grew brighter. In this clear and peaceful state of mind he began to examine the true nature of life. "What is the cause of suffering,” he asked himself, “and what is the path to everlasting joy?" In his mind's eye he looked far beyond his own country, far beyond his own world. Soon the sun, planets, the stars out in space and distant galaxies of the universe all appeared to him in his meditation. He saw how everything, from the smallest speck of dust to the largest star was linked together in a constantly changing pattern: growing, decaying and growing again. Everything was related. Nothing happened without a cause and every cause had an effect on everything else.

   As he realized this, deeper truths appeared to his mind. He looked deeply into himself and discovered that his life as Siddhartha the Prince was but the latest in a series of lifetimes that had no beginning - and that the same was true of everyone. We are born, live and die not one time, but again and again. He saw that death is only the separation of the mind from its present body. After death the importance of Karma is central to the next journey. When one life ends, another begins - and in this way the wheel of death and birth keeps spinning around and around. He also saw one life to the next we are constantly changing and constantly affecting one another. Sometimes we are rich and comfortable; sometimes we are poor and miserable. Occasionally we experience pleasure, but more often we find ourselves with problems. And Siddhartha also saw that as our conditions change, so do our relations with others. We have all been each other's friend and enemy, mother and father, son and daughter thousands upon thousands of times in the past.

   Then he looked at all of the suffering in the world. And he saw how living beings create their own misery and joy. Blind to the truth that everything is always changing, they lie, steal and even kill to get the things that they want, even though these things can never give them the lasting happiness they desire. And the more their minds fill with greed and hate, the more they harm each other - and themselves! Each harmful action leads them to more and more unhappiness. They are searching for peace yet find nothing but pain. Finally, he discovered the way to end all this suffering. He was filled with a radiant clear light. He was no longer an ordinary person. With a calm and peaceful smile, he arose from his meditation. In the golden daybreak, so it is said, Siddhartha looked up and saw the morning star. And then a great understanding came to him. He saw in his mind all the life of the world and the planets; of all the past and all the future. He understood the meaning of existence, of why we are here on this earth and what has created us. At long last he found the truth; he attained enlightenment and established the principles of Karma.   Now he was the Lord Buddha, the fully liberated one, awakened and enlightened. The search of six long years had ended. It was a day when the full-moon shone, casting a bright silver light on the whole countryside, a day in the month of Baisakh(May).


Gautam Buddha - Biography

Jung Bahadur Rana was prime minister and ruler of Nepal for more than three decades. He is the virtual ruler of Nepal from 1846 to 1877. He established the powerful Rana dynasty of hereditary prime ministers, an office that remained in his family until 1951. His real name was Bir Narsingh Kunwar but he became famous by the name Junga Bahadur, given to him by Mathabar Singh Thapa, his maternal uncle.

Maharaja Jung Bahadur Rana was Prime Minister and virtual ruler of Nepal for approximately more than three decades between 1846 and 1877. He was a courageous man and was able to successfully overthrow his rivals, and subsequently reinforce his command in the administrative, judicial and civil affairs of the country. During his time he strived to maintain cordial relations with foreign nations in Europe and was known to have made trips to Britain and France. He also strived to bring reforms by promoting modernization, revising judicial customs and working towards the abolishment of various social evils like ‘Sati’. Approximately a decade after his term as Prime Minister of Nepal, he was made the King of the districts Kaski and Lamjung. During his period of service, he established and strengthened the ‘Rana Dynasty’, which continued to rule Nepal until 1951.

Jung Bahadur Rana JBR : Biography

Hari Bansha Acharya is a Nepali actor, comedian, writer and singer. He is one of the successful and respected Comedian in Nepali Entertainment Industry. Hari Bansha Acharya himself and Madan Krishna Shrestha make up the comedy duo 'Maha Jodi'.

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Hari Bansha Acharya is a professional writer. He has written several books based on social sectors, which were awarded various national prizes. 'China Harayeko Manche' is his masterpiece, and is one of the best selling books of Nepal. He also had written a book named 'Hari Bahadur'. This book is also gaining popularity all over.

Hari Bangsha Acharya was born in a Brahman family. His father’s name is Homanjaya Acharya and Mother’s name is Ganesh Kumari. Born on 27th of Kartik 2014 BS in Gairidhara, Kathmandu, Hari Bangsha Acharya got married married with Meera Acharya in 2040 BS. To talk of his family, he has two son Trilok Acharya and Mohit Acharya.

 Hari Bangsha started his career by performing with Hari Prasad Rimal and Jitendra Mahat Avilashi in 2031 BS in Radio Nepal. Back then, Radio Nepal was the only radio station in Nepal. In 2032, Hari Bangsha Acharya joined Rastriya Naach Ghar. He had participated in Gaijatra Mahotsav in 2034 BS that upsurged his fame. Before performing with Madan Krishna Shrestha and becoming a part of the MAHA Jodi, he had struggled in the entertainment field alone for 6 years.

His very successful comedy pieces are: 
  • Lal Purja 
  • Pandra Gatay 
  • Bhakunde Bhoot 
  • Series of Hari Bahadur and Madan Bahadur 
  • 50/50 
  • Dashain

Hari Bansha Acharya Cinematography: 
  • Lovipapi 
  • Filim 
  • Rajamati 
  • Balidaan 
  • Je Bho Ramrai Bho 
  • Tan ta sarhai bigrish ni badri 

Hari Bansha Acharya - Biography

Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala commonly known as B. P. Koirala, was a Nepali politician and a prolific writer. He was the Prime Minister of Nepal from 1959 to 1960. He led the Nepali Congress, a social democratic political party.

Koirala was the first democratically elected and 22nd Prime Minister of Nepal. He held the office for 18 months before being deposed and imprisoned at the instruction of King Mahendra. The rest of his life was spent largely in prison or exile and in steadily deteriorating health.

Widely regarded as one of the greatest political personalities of Nepal, Koirala was a staunch supporter of democracy. He asserted that guarantees of individual liberty and civil and political rights alone were not sufficient in a poor country like Nepal; democratic socialism was the solution to Nepal’s underdevelopment.

BP Koirala - Biography

Almoda Rana Uprety is back with his new song featuring Zanak Tamrakar. The beautiful song titled 'KAFAL/KAMLA' is a beautiful mashup of the Doteli Folk song 'KAFAL KHANYA' and 'KAMLA'. This Song is an improvisation of “Kafal Khanya” by Nand Krishna Joshi and “Kamla” by Lalit Mohan Joshi This mash-up song is too good. You maynot understand the lyrics but this song surely touches your heart. Sung in Far Western Nepali Language, this song is an Amalgamation of Doteli and Kumaouni Folk tunes.  Lyrics of this (Doteli) song are based on traditional song’s words.

Watch and enjoy this song here:

Almoda Rana Uprety And Zanak Tamrakar Comeup With New Song KAFAL KAMLA

The beautiful actress Pooja Sharma talked about actor Bhuwan KC and Anmol KC in one of her interviews. But, when the interview was published, a misleading title was published causing the mother of Anmol KC, Sushmita KC to express her dissatisfaction.

What is the truth about Pooja Sushmita scandal?

In an interview by Forseenetwork, Pooja was asked, “Who are the three artists you think are lucky?”

Pooja’s answer was, “I think Anmol KC is lucky. Bhuwan KC is also lucky for being the top actor in the film industry….”

Watch the full video here

What Did Pooja Sharma Say About Bhuwan KC And Anmol KC? (with Video)

Ashirman Joshi - The Tallest Actor In Nepali Film Industry

Ashirman Joshi, the brother of Ayushman Joshi is the tallest Nepali actor in Nepali Film Industry. He is going to debut with the film titled 'Gangster Blues'. We can notice his height in the movie trailer. He looks tall with Samyam Puri, the actor of the popular movie 'Saayad'.
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He is 6 Feet 3 and half Inches Tall
The movie 'Gangster Blues' have a beautiful trailer. This movie stars himself Ashirman Joshi, Samyam Puri, beautiful Anna Sharma, Rojisha Shahi, Pramod Agrahari, Ram Bahadur Gurung and Anupam Sharma. The movie is written and directed by Hemraj BC.
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Watch trailer below or you can click here for YouTube link

Ashirman Joshi - The Tallest Actor In Nepali Film Industry