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A Kathmandu architect is attempting to chronicle a dying cultureAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016It is said that the medieval era never really ended in Nepal, its historic towns and architectural jewels blessed by an unbroken continuity of life and ritual that links the present with the past. The lasting image for tourists flying out of Kathmandu is of the multi-roofed pagodas of palaces and temples and the 16th century courtyards, which were once the basic unit of city planning. But much of
Trekking in NepalAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Nepal is one of the most beautiful countries on earther , Which lies between India and China . Regardless of its small Geography (147100 Square km ) Nepal is very rich in natural anthropogical, social, cultural and linguistic diversity . More than 100 languages are than 75 different ethnic communities having their own social and cultural history. Altitudes vary from as low as 60 meter to the Top o
These are the reasons why Nepal is beautifulAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 20168848 M: World’s Highest Mountain, 8 of the World’s 14 Highest Peaks 35% of the land covered by forest, 20% is Protected as National Parks 60 Ethnic Groups, 92 Spoken Languages Over 3000 Temples, 1200 Monasteries and Lamaseries 10 World Heritage Sites and 7 within an area Of 20 KMs 848 Species of Birds, 319 Species of Exotic Orchids 11 of the world’s 15 families of Butterflies Nat
Newly open home-stay in at DhadingAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Patle village in Khalte VDC, is emerging as an attractive tourist destination, thanks to initiatives of locals. Located about nine KM from district headquarters Dhadingbesi, the village is eastern Dhading has 85 households. After the lunch of project, the villages develop Patle as model village around 2000 domestic and foreign tourist have visited the village according to Patle tourism promotion c
Encroachment in country’s only hunting reserveAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve only hunting reserve area in Nepal Himalayas in the country, has been a subject of encroachment. Approxima-tely 250 hectares of the reserve spread over Baglung, Myagdi and Rukum has already been intruded upon. As per the statistics of the Reserve office, Baglung tops the chart with over 175 hectares encroached, followed by Myagdi and Rukum with 60 and 16 hectares, respect
Bagmati Clean-up CampaignAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Kathmandu: Chief secretary Lila Mani Poudel bathed in the Bagmati River on Monday, keeping his earlier promises to do so on the New year’s day. He is also a head of Bagmati cleaning program. Poudel along with other government officials including Secretary at Prime Minister’s Office Krishna Hari Baskota, activities of Bagmati Clean-up Campaign and locals, who have been taking part in the campai
Another body pulled out of Everest messAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016KATHMANDU, APR 20 : The search and rescue mission comprising nine high-altitude Sherpa guides and three foreigners retrieved one more body from Friday’s avalanche site at the Everest base camp on Saturday. The team pulled out the body of Dorjee Khatri of Taplejung from the snow rubble after three hours of search which was stymied by bad weather. Bodies of three other victims are yet to be retrie
Facts of Garden of DreamsAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Kesharmahal Kathmandu: An oasis in the midst of arid Kathmandu’s bustle, the Garden of Dreams, a neoclassical monument dedicated to intense beauty and vibrant aesthetics, truly lives up to its name. Originally built as the palace garden of late Field Marshal Kaiser (Keshar) Shumsher Rana’s Kaiser (Keshar) Mahal, it was named by Time magazine as one of the 24 must-visit places in the world in
Trekking in Nepal..Auther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Nepal is one of the best for journey to experience of natural beauty and cultural riches are to walk through them. Especially to hike through mountainous areas and other adventure travelling. Here you can trek to beneath of world’s high mountains, experience multi culture of different ethnic groups and share of smile to the local people. Lots of visitors say Nepal Himalayas is a truly paradise t
Search aborted; spring climbs uncertainAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016KATHMANDU, APR 21 – Search operation for three Sherpa guides missing in the Everest avalanche has been called off due to ‘too much risk’ involved. A meeting of expedition operating agencies and guide associations on Saturday night decided not to conduct the search mission, saying it was almost “impossible” to retrieve the three remaining bodies buried underneath the snow. Pasang Tenz
Sherpas leave Everest; some expeditions nix climbsAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Sherpa guides were leaving Mount Everest’s base camp on Wednesday as part of a walkout following the mountain’s deadliest disaster, as some expedition companies announced that they were canceling their climbs this season. “There are a lot of Sherpas leaving this morning, and in the next two days there will be a huge number that will follow,” Marzec, 67, from San Diego, said
Everest avalanche: Is climate change to blame?Auther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Mt Everest Climbing to the roof of the world is becoming less predictable and possibly more dangerous, scientists say, as climate change brings warmer temperatures that may eat through the ice and snow on Mount Everest. Nepal was left reeling when a sudden ice avalanche slammed down onto a group of Sherpa guides on Friday and killed 16 in the deadliest single disaster on Everest. While it is imp
World heritage sites of Kathmandu valleyAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Kathmandu valley possess natural values although they are primarily recognizes for their cultural standards. UNESCO’s mention that: At the grate civilization of Asia, seven groups of Hindu and Buddhist monuments, as well as the three palace squares of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, illustrate Nepalese art at its height. The bowl shaped valley with the rivers and surrounding forested hills have
Mountaineering Team pull back Everest expeditionAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016The mountaineering team that lost their Sherpa guide in the avalanche while Everest summits on April 18 has decided to pull back from their attempt to scale the world highest mountain this year. Various trekking agencies have canceled the expedition. More than 30 team with one  Nepali team had taken the permit to scale the Mount Everest. The pain of losing members of the expedition team and lack
10 Reason why you should travel to NepalAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 201610 Reason why you should travel to Nepal 10 Reason why you should travel to Nepal Himalayas has number of high altitude mountains. Out of top 10, Nepal had a top 7 mountain including top of the world Everest. Edmund Hilary once said, “It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.” Considered as the ultimate “Himalayan Utopia” by trekkers and mountaineers worldwide, the mysterious land
Trekking Grade in NepalAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Grade A (▲) This is also called easy grade. Obviously easiest trip are designed to enjoy each and every one, even for family groups with younger children. We offered wide range of easy trek for which trekker  have to physically fit only that means need stamina of walking 5-6 hour in a day. In this grade trekker have to pass up to 3000 meter of altitude, with 7 – 10 days of trekking camp. Who
Climbers leave Everest amid regrets and tensions among SherpasAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016 The unforgivable tragedy day in  Mt.Everest Avalanche day The Climbers leave Everest amid regrets and tensions among Sherpas . The climber who had hoped to reach the summit of Mount Everest have instead begun the long journey home. Several climbers described an atmosphere that had become menacing, after a handful of Sherpa organizers threatened colleagues who planned to continue. Some climbe
Avalanche survivors return from kanchangungaAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Avalanche survivors return from kanchengunga In Kanchenjunga region two mountaineers, one of whom survived the Wednesday’s avalanche at Mount Yalung Kang, have returned after they failed to locate the bodies of three team members who were killed in the incident. Among the survivors, Nga Tashi Sherpa of Sankhuwasabha and Indian national Rajeev Bhattacharjee, returned to Kathmandu on Saturday. Mea
Rai, Sherpa clinch Everest Marathon titlesAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016Everest Marathon 2011 Sudip Kulung Rai and Aang Chuttin Sherpa won the Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon on Thursday. Everest Marathon  2011 champion and 2010 runner-up Rai claimed the men’s marathon in three hours 53 minutes and eight seconds. Rai edged Bhim Bahadur, who timed 3:53:58 hours, and his own brother Suman (4:08:10 hours) to win world’s one of the most challenging marathons after t
Rhino killed in Chitwan sanctuaryAuther: hsmile | Posted Date: Thu, Jun 23rd, 2016CHITWAN – Barely a few weeks after Nepal marked the second consecutive ‘ Zero Poaching Year ’, a rare one-horned rhino has been found dead in the Chitwan National Park (CNP), apparently killed by wildlife smugglers. The poachers killed the rhino in the proposed Dobhan Buffer Zone Community Forest in Jagatpur VDC in the district on Friday night. The CNP officials and Nepal Army  person