Amongst the potent world’s mountain ranges, Asia is the abode of the largest, highest, and most inhabited mountain system – The Himalayas. The Himalayas of NEPAL: Owning nine of the world’s fourteen highest mountain peaks, Nepal is a true place … Continue reading
Mother’s day was celebrated in Rainbow Children home Nepal on 21st of April, 2012. All the children of RCH organized this program at their RCH home.
Hindu priests at Nepal’s world famous Pashupatinath temple will now get a fixed salary of around 3,000 US dollars a month.
Pressing his palms together, Jujubhai Basan Shrestha raises his hands, acknowledging greetings from the cheering crowd of devotees and onlookers. Sporting a white turban, the 31-year-old sits on a chair as a man inserts a 13 inch (33cm) metal skewer … Continue reading
10-day mountain bike stage race in Nepal never won by foreigner. Organizers announced that registration is open for the 2013 Yak Attack. The 10-day, 400km mountain bike stage race in Nepal has been one of the toughest on its calendar … Continue reading
British actress and activist Joanna Lumley was due to arrive in Nepal on Monday to open a school built by her Gurkha charity, the Gurkha Welfare Trust , the British embassy said.
The 45-feet tall statue of walking Buddha at the Centenary Park in the capital of Bhutan was inaugurated today. The inauguration was graced by Prime Minister, Jigmi Y Thinley and Charge d’ Affairs of the Thai embassy, Dhaka. It took exactly 48 … Continue reading
From wearable sleeping bags to metal detector sandals, we present ten travel fashion faux pas you really should avoid
What a fun and exciting new book! Pemba’s fantastic debut is truly a feast for the senses. Nestled between India and China, Nepal has a cuisine that is all its own. Pemba explains, however how Nepalese food has been greatly … Continue reading
Staying as an expat in Bangalore surely has its own benefits, and for an adventure seeker such as me, Bangalore has always kept me on my feet. Today I would like to show you the top 10 trekking trails around … Continue reading
Namgyal is on the face of it just like any other Sherpa from Nepal – tough, weather-beaten and a survivor of the numerous brushes with death that befall the men who scale the world’s highest mountains.
The remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is the only country in the world which puts happiness at the heart of government policy.
First it was the Lost Tigers, as the BBC called them, found at around 4,000 metres above sea level in Bhutan, all happy and breeding. And now, caught on camera is a four-year-old elephant at 3,419 metres amid snow on a … Continue reading
“Better luck for the cats in Jan, Shivang bhai!” these were the parting words of Salim Ali – one of India’s top naturalist – when we tracked the cats for 6 drives in fresh post-monsoon lush green forest of Ranthambhore … Continue reading