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    M.Phil in English, Pokhara University

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    Reading novels… Writing feelings… Watching Romance…

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    A child’s smile gives me a true sense of joy. I believe that human being becomes mature through his/her experiences. I too am in the same process. We pave our road of transformation through our experiences, decisions and struggles. Each day of my life has helped me grow. Then, why shouldn’t I treasure them in my words?


  • (Story Of Transformation Series) Daily Reflection:Taking Time To Pause

    February 11, 2018 • LIFESTYLE • Author:

    Story Of Transformation Series!   When was the last time you reflected about yourself? Most probably 30 days back when this year embarked.   The first month of 2018 said “Goodbye”.   Do the oaths that we took on the first day of the year still make sense?    “Umm... Somewhat.”   This...

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  • Post Box 8

    November 13, 2017 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    To you, With the striving love, Winter is coming. I can see the blizzard approaching. I can hear it howling wildly shaking our dry branches hard. I can feel the chilling cold when all our leaves would go dry and fall. But interestingly, like F. Scott Fitzgerald, I can also see life starting all...

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  • Dear mom, thanks for being a rebel!

    May 14, 2017 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    I have numerous reasons to hate my mom.  

    She irritates me with her philosophy that MARRIAGE is the ultimate destination of life. Her too much belief in GOD gets on my nerves. I get annoyed when she treats herself as an impure being when...

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  • Taekwondo Girl: Soni Khadka

    February 27, 2017 • WOMEN • Author:

    It's a mere coincidence that as I am writing this story, the theater near our place is flocked with the audience for 'Dangal', a Bollywood movie, with the story of a wrestler father training his young daughters to become world-class wrestlers. So let me clarify, this story is not the outcome of an...

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  • Ode to UNWANTED Feelings

    February 19, 2017 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    “Good morning,” I said to myself. I woke up with a whole lot of emotions; feelings all cramped up. I was a bit contemplative, quite a bit in rush, somewhat pained, may be in indignation. With each passing hour, I could feel my jar of sentiment being stuffed. I was angry. I was confused....

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  • The Red Umbrella

    December 20, 2016 • FICTION • Author:

    That one. She pointed at the red umbrella. The shopkeeper pulled from a pile of several others and opened it. She checked its features. It was not extraordinary and seemed a little feeble too. She looked at the sky. It was signaling heavy rain. "My bad, why did I forget to carry an umbrella?" She...

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  • Flying on her Dreams – Ramailo Guff with Nita

    October 16, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

    “Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird, That cannot fly” – Langston Hughes Many of the times we relate to those lines of Hughes. We contemplate. Yet, fail to act upon. We dream. Yet, dare to achieve. We aspire success. Yet, too afraid to lose. Then, with each new...

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  • Sexy Distortion

    May 28, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

     ‘To be, or not to be’ How precisely and wonderfully Shakespeare presented the soliloquy of a man in his play Hamlet. I wonder if he had ever tried portraying a woman’s dilemma in such an eloquent manner.  Even if he had, I am sure it wouldn’t be persuasive. No, I am not...

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  • Rewriting the Code of Disabled Women: Story of Meena Paudel

    March 19, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

    Australian disability advocate Stella Jane Young says, “We are a society that treats people with disabilities with condescension and pity, not dignity and respect. About 10 percent of the world’s population, i.e. about 650 million people live with disabilities. They are the ones who...

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  • A girl who dreams of being a police officer (story of transformation)

    January 15, 2016 • WOMEN • Author:

    Photo: From Left to Right ; Anita Tamang, Anita’s aunt, Prakriti Nepal from Samaanta Foundation We worry about what a child will be tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today, Stacia Taushcer rightly said this. I am being able to decode the meaning of this radical quote when I got an...

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  • The Butterfly Flight

    October 15, 2015 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    He smashed me, thrashed me and I shrunk from never ever trying to get out of that trunk inside the cocoon I wanted to come out, wanted to breathe fresh air and shout but was afraid that the society was made of those clean sheaved goons outside my white cocoon. It may be the nature’s …...

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  • Moment of the Day

    September 2, 2015 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    I was going through the homework copies of my students of grade seven. Suddenly, Shristi stood up and shared that she was unable to do her homework. I asked for the reason and she replied that Sajesh, her classmate had taken her copy few days ago as he was absent for some days and had …...

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  • After the quake, she found her power

    August 30, 2015 • NON-FICTION • Author:

    I was worried to go back to school, not because I was afraid of the earthquake, not because now onwards I would have been teaching under the tents. I was worried about the fact that many of my students have lost their homes because of the earthquake and those whose houses haven’t collapsed,...

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