You know the holiday when you slab red tika on your forehead or the one where you throw water balloons at your friends (and enemies, of course!)? Why exactly do Nepali women fast for three days? Who are the Gods and Goddesses of wealth and prosperity that we give a special holiday to? The four … Continue reading Fourth Week of December →
Since Christmas season is so near, I thought I would amaze you guys with a little trick up my sleeve. Heard of the quote “Seeing is Believing”? What about the fact that sometimes you must believe in things, even though you can’t see them. Sometimes the only way to make something appear is by looking … Continue reading Second Week of December →
Since I know last week I brought you guys a weeper, to spice things up, this week is about laughing. In my own words, a laugh a day keeps the doctor away. That is surely the truth when laughter is equal to joy, joy to happiness and happiness only lasts you for eternity. Your troubles … Continue reading Fifth Week of November, First Week of December →
I read this story a few days ago, and it brought me face-to-face with reality. Take a dip into it. I promise you won’t regret it. When I was quite young, my father had one of the first telephones in our neighborhood. I remember well the polished old case fastened to the wall. The shiny … Continue reading Fourth Week of November →
Bhabika Joshi is a young aspiring Nepali writer from Keller, Texas who has already penned a novel at a very young age of fourteen.
Interview with Bhabika Joshi, an aspiring Nepali writer from Keller, Texas. This interview video is part of the webpage at http://www.dfwnepal.com/pomsep09.php