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My trip to Pokhara : an unforgettable adventure, by Anga (April 2018)

16 mai 2018

I don’t know how to begin and from where to begin. This trip will be forever etched in my memory whenever I think of Pokhara. Four classmates from my university (3 Indians and one Nepalese) had planned to visit Pokhara for a few days, starting March 20th. I happened to pass across them. They told… Lire la suite ›

From Ashes (Kharani), to Aashaa (Hope), to Ananda (Extreme Happiness) by Rajindra

Let me first explain to you the title. The first word is an English word “ashes”, translated as “kharani” in Nepali, the second word is a Nepali word “Aasha”, which means hope, and the third word is also a Nepali word “Ananda”, which means extreme happiness. So this is basically how the pattern of my… Lire la suite ›

Finally a Master!!! by Shanker

It is hard for a normal person to believe that a kid who had absolutely nothing has actually become someone with an identity in his early 20’s. Normally, these kinds of stories exist only in the movies and if it happens in the real world it happens to the very lucky ones. I am among… Lire la suite ›

Story to my book: Our One-Day Trip to Talakadu, by Pasang

Trips are like a story to a book. We can fill the pages of the book with our memories, thoughts and feelings. Doing a journey gives a good exercise to our mind as we can enjoy keeping aside our day-to-day problems. It makes us feel happy, excited and relaxed. It is one of the sources of… Lire la suite ›

A Trainee Life in the Pharmaceutical Industry, by Samjhana (Dec 2016)

It has been five months since my training in STRIDES SHASUN Ltd[1] began and it has been a tough and eventful time. I have chosen “Pharmaceutical Analysis” as the main field for my Master Degree at the PES College of Pharmacy in Bangalore. To complete my Master, I have to produce a project, which is… Lire la suite ›

Being NITian, by Anga

Last July, I joined Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), one of the most reputed Indian National Institutes of Technology (NITs). The NITs are among the top colleges in India. There are 31 NITs across India, and it is competitive to get in top ones. Non Residential Indians and foreigners – like me –… Lire la suite ›

Diplômes obtenus depuis 2012

2012 Shree, Diplôme d’ingénieur, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal, Inde. Raj Kumar, Licence en Business Management, Garden City College, Bangalore, Inde. 2013 Pasang, Baccalauréat, HSEB, Katmandou ; est actuellement en 4ème et dernière année de Licence en Pharmacie, PES, Bangalore, Inde. Sarita Junior, Baccalauréat, HSEB, Katmandou ; est actuellement en 3ème et dernière année de… Lire la suite ›

By Pratiksha: Working With Children

It is interesting to realize how children make you learn things that you have never thought of. Children are the ones who have actually taught me life’s greatest lessons. We do not realize this until we actually “work with children”. I am just like you. For me children had never been so important. But that… Lire la suite ›

By Rajindra: Good seed and bad seed

There are lots of tensed moments in life and unhappy moments as well – which include moments that you regret a lot in life. I have thought a lot about these… and I would like here to share with you this “secret formula” that, I feel, may have the power to change human beings forever… Lire la suite ›

By Rajindra: A very special trip

Today is May 19, 2014, in Bangalore. We have just shifted to our new flat. But why should I talk about today? Because today is actually a very special day: we are going for a trip to GOA! GOA is a 14-hour trip by bus. I have never travelled that long on bus, and I… Lire la suite ›

By Thomas: Goldsmith and a Street Kid………

There was a famous goldsmith, well known among the jewelers. Unfortunately he was lonely and had no successor for his work. So one day he went off to the streets to seek for the best person who could work with him. In the street, while he was walking, a small street kid came and asked: »Give me one… Lire la suite ›

By Anga: Class Trip with ADVENTURE NEPAL

Trip to Tamu, Dangsing Village Development Committee (VDC) , Salyan – organised by ADVENTURE NEPAL (DCRC PROGRAM) It was an adventurous, challenging, joyous, interactive, beneficial trip, which will remain as a memento of my life. It’s very difficult for me to keep the image of that village and the love obtained from my mates during this short period… Lire la suite ›

Dasain !

La voix joyeuse de la Présidente sortait du combiné toute déformée, tant la ligne crépitait. Il y avait de la « friture ». C’était somme toute normal, et reflétait parfaitement mon positionnement de sardine, dans le RER de la ligne A. La ligne téléphonique avait été coupée nette. Je n’avais pu que capturer « Dasein » « Népal ». Le transilien avait… Lire la suite ›

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