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Sajha Persons of the Year 2007
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Krishna Darlami
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Hello guys,

Let's nominate Sajha Persons of the Year 2007 in several categories and choose one winner from each category.

Literature

Deep

Rahulvai

SumOff

CrazyLove

Dipika

Immigration

Santosh Giri (Unanimous winner?)

Useful Advice

Bob Marley

Makuramanchhe

Samsara

Solitude

Amazing

 

Please add other categories and nominations and you are welcome to make changes in the above mentioned categories/nominations as you see fit.

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Krishna Darlami
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And by the way:

Sajha Lifetime achievement award

Sanjeev Pradhan-creator of Sajha (Unanimous)

Tagolon
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What about SAYAMI?
Is he still around here?
.......
Samsara
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Krishna, I ain't worthy of that honor.  hahaha

BTW, I nominate Haddock as Sajha's man of the year (hope he is a man...can't tell with all the anonymity on discussion boards) as the guy got along with everyone here.  Never once saw him lose his cool even when trolls were lurking around provoking this cat.  Hand down, he's my nomination.

samosa
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what about  Samosa?
dipika02
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krishna Darlami jyu,

I don't think I am worthy of that honor too. That is astonishing. I believe there are so many writers who are way better than I am. I had never expected such gratitude. Thank you so much.

Dipika

 

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khulduli
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दिपिका जि, तपाइँका लेखहरु राम्रा छन्, पठनीय छन्, ढुक्क संग लेख्दै गर्नुहोस्, पढ्नलाइ हामि छदै छौं नि। साझा को टप पनि हुनुहुनेछ कुनै दिन।
Balbhadra
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what's the reward?!
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sajhakhohero
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SO WHO IS THE SAJHA PERSONS OF THE YEAR? I THOUGHT IT WAS ME WHEN I OPEN MY ACCOUNT JUZT NOW, THERE WAS THIS MESSAGE: BREAKING NEWS: sajhaKHOhero awarded Person Of The Year 2007! Congratulations!

IT IS SO CONFUSING YAAR!

IF I AM NOT, THEN I HAVE FEW TO NOMINATE:
MAKURAMANCCHE FOR BEING SEXY, SUPARITHULA ( I DON'T WHAT IT MEANS) NAS FOR PUTTING MY PICTUERS, BALBHADRA FOR PISSING ME ONCE IN AWHILE, BATHROOMCOFFEE FOR STYLO/MYLIO, ..........AND FEW MORE TO COME. I HAVE TO THINK FIRST.

BIEBIE

natyavaruval
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Rules no 1: San is the best in Sajha!

Rules no  2 : If you don`t agree please read rules no 1, thankyou!

dipika02
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खुल्दुली ज्यू,

मेरो लागि हजुरहरुको सध्भावना नै सबै भन्दा ठुलो पुरस्कार हो। आफ्नु समय निकालेर पढिदिनु भएको म आभारी छु।

दिपिका
Samsara
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BTW, Krishna, in the literature section, for me the top candidates would be:

sum_off / john galt   (my favorites)
sajha gazer
amber
oys_chill
And The wild card would have to be Rato Bhaley for his Bhushan Dahalesque journalistic reportings. 
I know I am missing one more person, but fail to get the name on my head...

In addition to your categories, I’d like to add a few more:

The always positive/happy peeps who brighten sajha: 

Phoenix  (#1)
scorpiogirl
uptowngal
Mr. August
lurey
aznshawty

Finally, the most important section: the all-rounder list.  The nominees:

Captain Haddock  (the sajha man of the year)
Lootekukur
Bathroomcoffee
GP
Amazing

 

Though each brought to sajha their own style, they all contributed in making this site worth visiting in 2007.  Good work fellas.  Hope 2008 is even better.

...Now, can someone start a thread where we have the "worst of the year categories"??

Krishna Darlami
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Dipikaji,

Don't be surprised. Haven't you heard of people who wrote the first book of their life and the book became instant bestseller? J.K. Rowlings wrote her books while on welfare, was rejected several times for publication. Now, look at her now. I think it's the quality of the work, being able to mesmerize the readers rather than the number of publications.

And remember you have just been nominated...you have not won the "Sajha literature person of the year" award yet . The folks here will decide who deserves to be the winner but I think it's not out of ordinary for you to be nominated along with other sajha writers.

 

Samsaraji,

Thank you for adding your valuable opinion.

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Congratulation to all the nominated members !!!
Last but not least, I would like to thank San for devoting his personal time,money and expertise to make this site one of the best Nepali site for news,opinion,confession, showcasing talent and so on. Thank you San !!

Regards,
Kirat Rai
meera
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And i_nepali for posting those fanta-bulous pics years ago. Where the pics? I don't see them anymore.
dipika02
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Krishna Darlami jyu,

For me even being nominated is astonishing . When I wrote I never thought people will like my stories this much, I never cared about the literature. I was just throwing whatever was in my mind. And I am sure many readers have seen that too.

It is infact a pleasant surprise. Thank you
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i_nepali
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Meera, thank you very much for your kind comments.
There are so many good photographers which has already filled the void in my absence : ), so I think I will just remain inactive for indefenite time.

I wonder if Maobadi is till around,I thought he was the best photogrpher here in sajha.


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natyavaruval
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wcbac k again, so far Sajahittes vote`s:

Literature,
Deep,
Rahulvai,
SumOff
CrazyLove'Dipika,
Immigration
Santosh Giri
Useful Advice,
Bob Marley,
Makuramanchhe,
Samsara,
Solitude,
Amazing,
Ratobhaley animous
sum_off / john galt 
sajha gazer
amber
oys_chill
Rato Bhaley ,
Dahalesque
Phoenix
scorpiogirl
uptowngal
Mr. August
lurey
aznshawty
Captain Haddock  ,
Lootekukur
Bathroomcoffee
GP
Amazing,
Maobadi,
 i_nepali
LEMONY,
CLEOPATARA

 

WHAT ABOUT ~ born_to_rule?

please view his ;

SAJHA WORLD CUP CRICKET 2007
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http://www.sajha.com/sajha/html/OpenThread.cfm?forum=2&ThreadID=42976

* i felt so impressed with his hardworked effort to post,composed,organize match,graph presentation, member`s involvement, internationals partake, sports knowledge, ..etc...

 

dont he reserved too?

Sampled here the last post...

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Australia v Sri Lanka, World Cup final, Barbados

Two shiny teams fight for glory

Rahul Bhattacharya

April 27, 2007

It has fallen upon this final at the great venue of Kensington Oval, Barbados, not just

to deliver a champion of the world but to save face for the game on its biggest stage.

For all its supposed wonderful health, the tripe dished out over the past two months

has been an embarrassment. All the proper players in the world plus a few others

were put in the most evocative of destinations and look what they came up with. It

was hoped the last week might rescue the tournament. Nothing of the sort. Two one-

sided romps and fans asking each other when?

In lovely St Lucia on Wednesday the occasion failed to feel like a World Cup semi-

final. In inviting bids that covered a wide range of requirements the organisers may

have been trying to do the fair thing. But what price a cricket culture?

As absent as it was in St Lucia, so unmissable it is in Barbados. Cricket sprouts out of

the very earth of Barbados. More than any other Caribbean territory, and by

extension any place in the world, cricket has been its making, it has described its

society, its culture, its life, its times. Whether or not there will be local flavour at the

ground - even in Barbados it is not uncommon to be told they'd just sit this one out

thank you, and be back when regular cricket comes around - the ethos of cricket is in

the air. This thing matters, it is reassuring to feel.

Two teams have shone in the ninth World Cup and their anticipated match-up is the

closest fans have been able to come to a wet dream in the tournament. Australia and

Sri Lanka do their thing and at their best they have between them all of cricket

covered. Mahela Jayawardene, in whom captaincy has brought out the player of the

calibre observers had detected from an early age, has spoken again and again about

Sri Lanka needing to play their own brand of cricket. There is a defiance to this. We

do not need to be Australia to beat 'em. South Africa tried it and failed, he said.

What it means is that Australia's power can be deflected rather than met head-on. It is

relevant in the nature of the general vibe, and it is certainly in the batting - the

Lankans prefer twirling to belting - but in the most vital aspect these two teams are

more similar to each other than any other.

Each has the kind of bowling line-ups usually found on paper, where specifications

can be constructed to fancy. The first over is bowled by a slyly tormenting pin-point

left-arm swinger at 125kph. His new-ball partner is normally a firebrand slingshot of

terrible pace and inexplicable method. Each has a wrist-spinner of mystery who has

had a superb tournament.

Hereabouts Sri Lanka have the edge, for no matter the excellence of the Australian

trio, there is something more to be said for the greatness of Chaminda Vaas and

especially Muttiah Muralitharan. The difference is in the other specialist bowler.

Australia have Glenn McGrath.

And McGrath it is who will enjoy this Barbados pitch more than any bowler in

contemporary cricket, especially if he should get to use it first. He certainly did a

fortnight ago with three wickets in his opening spell in the rout of Ireland. McGrath

has never really needed more than an off stump and an outside edge to aim at.

Giving him bounce is presenting him nail, hammer and coffin. He is hoping it will do

for Sanath Jayasuriya as it has done several times down under.


If a weakness must be found in Australia it is that they haven't been fully tested,

though if it was any other way it would have been undoubtedly played up as proof of

their vulnerability. So dominant have they been that, for instance, Michael Hussey

has got just two hits in the last six games, and he didn't get past nine runs in the first

four, mostly because he came in so late. Moreover, as Jayawardene says: "They are

human."

"This game doesn't get any bigger," Ricky Ponting, the finest batsman and leader of

the best team in the world, said. "For guys who have been around quite a while like

myself this is the reason you still play the game."

A Sri Lankan win will be the bigger story, for it will be as much a case of winning

against the odds of the system as Australia's would be direct product of theirs.

Whenever Jayawardene has been asked about the '96 World Cup he has answered

within a historical context which suggests an awareness of both what the game means

to the country and what it means to be good at the game. From amateurism to world

champions in such a short time was one of the remarkable stories of the game, and if

Jayawardene's men can rise to this success from the pit of power-mongering and chaos

that is the administration of Sri Lankan cricket then it may be almost comparable.

And even as the team arose this morning in the Caribbean, back home the

international airport at Colombo was closed for fear of an LTTE strike. In times of

trouble citizens turn to sport for hope and those of Sri Lanka could use some now.

Let us hope for a glistening, fabulous, luminous match, a match that brings forward

the finest, most varied skills of the game in the most challenging of circumstances in

the most stirring of ambiences: a match which does the sport proud, a match which

leaves a shining gloss on this long and largely despondent affair.

prem chopda
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Krishna Darlami jee le deep jee lai vote dinu bha ko ko deepika jee lai dinu bha ko ali clear bhayana. Mala ta deep jee lai dinu bhako jasto lagyo tara deepika jee le thank u bhaneko chha.

KaLyx
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what the heck?

i thought i got that award.

anyway, if that's the official nomination, congrats 2 all of ya.

hey that "Amazing" dude brings up some really amazing threads and thoughts. "Deep", "Makuramanchhe" and "CrazyLove" also get ppl's attention quite a lot.

nepalithitto
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Can we put this award in our resume?
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