A Poem for you

Oh! Those sweetness In your voice that can silent even the loudest noise echoing in the ears Those big sparkling eyes which adorns your beauty Reflects the purity of yours I felt when I was you And the smiles in your face that's your gems I forgot the sadness and misery When I found my … Continue reading A Poem for you

I’m confused Reality

I am confused reality Of yours, Yes of yours unaware of my presence Overshadowed by Illusion That you enjoy the most You may not see me With those eyes all lost in the lust of glitters Nor you may hear me For, you attempted to anchor my voices in the endless oceans of dreams Light-year … Continue reading I’m confused Reality

Call for Application: The 17th Eco-generation Regional Ambassadors

Looking for some valuable opportunity to enhance your passion and engage with global community then this is exactly for you. Call for Applications The 17th Eco-generation Regional Ambassadors    Eco-generation would like to announce the call for applications for the 17th Eco-generation Regional Ambassadors Program.    Eco-generation Regional Ambassador is an elite position awarded to … Continue reading Call for Application: The 17th Eco-generation Regional Ambassadors

Why I’am not a Feminist

I am a feminist If feminist means advocating for equality and equity. But i am not a feminist If it means to consider a particular gender superior to another

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The topic this time I choose to write on is something most controversial and if a man and women (normally) start to debate on it, it will take probably a year or more to reach to the conclusion. “Feminism”, as soon as I hear the word the goosebumps appear in my body, as I suppose the word literally means advocate for the women, those I saw in the most disadvantage part of the world (Yes, in videos and photos) and are from the most disadvantage community, are victim of war, natural disasters etc.

I thought that the feminist movements have campaigned and continue to campaign for women’s rights, including the right to vote, to hold public office, to work, to earn fair wages or equal pay, to own property, to receive education, to enter contracts, to have equal rights within marriage, and to have maternity leave.

Few days ago, I…

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Against Acid attack

This poem poped up in my acid after shooting the video : Scars : Against  Acid attack   Eruption of the rage inside me The pride of manhood  Rooting in me The vulnerability  I saw in you The defenseless  you Prompted  me I couldn’t resist  the tempetion of your  body Couldn’t tolerate the slap in my … Continue reading Against Acid attack

Earthquake relief camp : Rasuwa, Nepal

On 29 May 2015, our team of 22 along with ever inspiring  Dr. Hom Basnet sir, Department head of Microbiology (Agriculture and Forestry University), went to Rasuwa to execute our earthquake relief camp. Early morning we packed the relief materials which encompass peas, beans, pulses, iodine content salt, glucose and lactose for mothers/children, T-shirts (thanks … Continue reading Earthquake relief camp : Rasuwa, Nepal

Peace as i Know

  I gasped some courage and sneaked out through the window, dragging the curtain little bit. Outside the tempestuous storm was sweeping away everything. People were aghast at continuous downpour coupled with thunderbolt. Stormcloud of rattled feelings loomed inside my head. The massive shake  few days back left us tensed and anxious. But we didn’t … Continue reading Peace as i Know