Year in Review

Year in Review: Ministry Partnership


Happy New Year 2016 We have come to an end of the year 2015 and are looking forward to New Year 2016 with new hope and partnership in ministry. This year has been a mix of blessings and sorrows in terms of health, family, new friendships, new endeavors in ministry despite the earthquake devastation in Nepal. My hometown Khokana was also hit hard by the … Continue reading Year in Review: Ministry Partnership

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Bullying Causing Deterioration in Relationship Between Nepal and India


I’m incredibly astounded by reading a comment from an ignorant former Indian diplomat to Europe. I’m posting this here because the Times of India didn’t allow me to post it in their comment box, saying that my post contains inappropriate stuff while letting some Indian commentators foul-mouthed comments against Nepalese in the same thread. Let me get the facts straightened for those who strongly believe … Continue reading Bullying Causing Deterioration in Relationship Between Nepal and India

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Acceptable to Pantheons of Gods but Not to Men


This man is considered as a lower caste. By which means, he is from the lower spectrum of the Hindu caste system that automatically disqualifies him from access certain privileges that the higher caste people enjoy. He is socially and culturally barred from eating and drinking with his peers from the higher caste. He can go to “bhatti” or local bars and pubs with his friends and drink … Continue reading Acceptable to Pantheons of Gods but Not to Men

Nepalese Migrant Workers in Qatar

Nepalese Around the Globe: Doha, Qatar – Part III


I wish I never had to continue writing on this topic after blogging two series (Part I/Part II) in the past. I stumbled upon the same people, same airport, and same airline but the only differences were that I stayed in the different hotel, had different food and a new experience that changed my perception toward Nepalese migrant workers. You find them where not but every … Continue reading Nepalese Around the Globe: Doha, Qatar – Part III

Short Documentary: Survivors’ Stories Amid Unimaginable Loss


Not that long ago on 25th April 2015, a massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal that claimed nearly 8000 lives and displaced estimated 200,000 people. After experiencing more than 150 aftershocks and several 5+ Richter scales tremors, people thought that dust had settled and started going back to their houses that were livable. People were trying to recover and come to the terms of unimaginable suffering … Continue reading Short Documentary: Survivors’ Stories Amid Unimaginable Loss

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मनोवाद: सबै नौटंकी नै रहेछ यी धर्मभिरुहरू त् !


यहाँ त नागरिक नै छैन नि । सबै कार्यकर्ता नि । फरक त्यति हो कि, कोहि नजिकको बलिया त कोहि अलि परको बाङ्गा कार्यकर्ता । दू:ख पाउने भनेकै उही यता न उताका पार्टीका बिनाका सरल, परिश्रमी नेपाली नागरिकले त हो नि । “अहो, रात पनि निक्कै बितिसकेको पो रहेछ । होइन, के साह्रो मनमा कुरा खेलेको हो, आज त । सुत्ने सकिनँ ।” म फेरी … Continue reading मनोवाद: सबै नौटंकी नै रहेछ यी धर्मभिरुहरू त् !