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Bhuinphul ko Desh₨300
The title means beautiful flowers that blossom on the surface of the ground. It reflects and represents the thoughts of Mother Earth, showing that hard soil even has a soft heart that gives birth to nature and beauty. The writer travels through Nepal and sees the beauty on Earth. Here, she describes the beauty of Earth. She is highly moved by the Mother Nature and her fragrance that binds the Earth. Here, is her experience of travel throughout the icy mountains, plains, hills, and valley. She travels through Karnali district and has profound interest on the culture and religion. It a book that talks of Nepal, nature, people and beauty.
This is a comprehensive account of the problem at hand, one that is exacerbated by not only the manpower companies or the Arab employers but by ignorance on the part of Nepalese people themselves.
Dr. Tulasi Bhattarai was an active member of Nepali Congress. This is a collection of a memoir essays spanning almost four decades, offers an insight into life and work and political situation of Panchayat period and after. This book will help to understand the political situation at that time.
Seti Pani Kali Pani₨186
This book is a collection of essays written by author about different place which he visited in Nepal. It includes places of Nepal like from mid-western area and far-western area and it says about its development, rural area and most place of those areas which are still unknown to many people.
Sangai Basau Yo Raat₨110
This book is a compilation of seventeen articles based on the author’s trips to various places of Nepal such as Ilam, Baglung, Sangja, Birgunj, etc…. His writings has metaphoric uses for political satire, originality and simplicity in language and out of all articulated composition of subject matter.
White House ko Ghampani₨250
This book is a travelogue of the author to visit of America. It has twenty-three essays which includes memoir of the author from the preparation to visit and staying in Singapore in transit and to America and people met in America. Mr. Nayaghare is the winner of Madan Puraskar the most prestigious award of Nepal in 2065.
This book details the tragic historical events surrounding the resistance movement of the Tibetan Freedom Fighters, a band of brave soldiers who fought against Chinese occupation of Tibet for over fifteen year. Trained in secrecy at US army bases through a cover CIA operation, they eventually established a base in Mustang, an isolated kingdom in the far reaches of Nepal. An abrupt shift in political climate suddenly left the Tibetan guerrillas abandoned. When juxtaposed against recent US policy, it echoes an all too familiar precedent. This novel is a commemoration of their remarkable yet heartbreaking tale.
The classic 1933 novel that introduced Shangri-La to the world focuses on one woman and three men who, in a paradisiacal community deep in the mountains of Tibet, experience physical, cultural, and spiritual transformation
Kathmandu, Treks And Hippies Too: A Search For A Dream₨295
Based on her own experiences, Dorothy Mierow’s absorbing and dramatic novel chronicles the adventure of Cindy Adams, a bright but confused college graduate who in the early 1960’s was among the first American Peace Corps Volunteers to be sent to Nepal, a small and remote Himalayan kingdom which, up to then, was isolated from the rest of the world.Aside from the peace Corps Nepal was also becoming the new “Shangri-La” destination for the Asia overland, vagabond hippie set. In those heady days, hash was legal, love was cheap and life was high.
Limitless Sky: Life Lessons form the Himalayas₨1,055
David Manners was trekking in Nepal when he stumbled upon the mountain home of a jhankri, or Nepalese shaman. The jhankri accepted David as his pupil, and so began the next stage of David’s extraordinary journey, in which he embarked upon an adventure that was more challenging and, ultimately, life-affirming than anything he could have imagined. Here David shares the wisdom and insights he learned from those transformational days in the Himalayas. These include practical guidance on how to live a full and fearless life, how to find happiness, and how to live in ways that nurture both ourselves and others. As David reveals, the life lessons he learned among the mountains of the Himalayas could benefit us all today.
Sarsarti Sansar₨345Sold by: Nepalaya Books
Sarsarti Sansar is a light-hearted book that encapsulates the author’s individual experiences and feelings invoked by different places he travelled to.