Dashain makes me a little sad

Dashain makes me a little sad.It starts with nostalgia and endsin an abyss that offers no understanding.It is the change of season;the fluttering kitesthat do not quite reason.We could tie our phone with the thread and launch it instead. Dashain makes me a little sad.It might be the loss of powercrisp new clothes would otherwise…

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Discover the beauty of the unhistoric life in George Eliot’s Middlemarch

In her essay, ‘You’ll Never Be Famous, And That’s Okay,’ Emily Esfahani Smith writes for The New York Times:  Today’s college students desperately want to change the world, but too many think that living a meaningful life requires doing something extraordinary and attention-grabbing like becoming an Instagram celebrity, starting a wildly successful company, or ending…

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Celebrating Poetry on Bhanu Jayanti

The 29th of Ashad, according to the Nepali calendar, is the birth anniversary of Bhanu Bhakta Acharya, one of Nepali literature’s greatest poets. The day is often known as Bhanu Jayanti; Jayanti meaning anniversary. Acharya was born on 29th Ashad 1871 BS (1814 AD). He is often referred to as the Adikavi, where Adi means…

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