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Posted on 11-11-04 3:57 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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.Some of the pictures i clicked on my recent trip through TRP

 
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Posted on 11-14-04 10:44 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Caption: What is Lord Rama to do? He sends his yellow army of monkeys (with tails, see?) to fight Ravana's red army. Let somebody else do fight your dirty war...

 
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Lord Rama is reunited with long-lost wife Sita (standing in the foreground) while the vanquished Ravana (standing in red garbs in the background) looks on...I think Ravana is spared in this reinterpretation of the Ramayana. And the couple live happily ever after...

 
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Gatlang, Rasuwa.
 
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Gatlang, Rasuwa.

 
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>NePaRu Posted on 11-14-04 1:21 PM Reply | Notify Admin >guess, which part of Nepal? I guess it's the wall of Jail in Putali Bazaar.
 
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blank, where this Gatlang, Rasuwa. Is it Nepal.If it is which part of Nepal.
 
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great work done keep it up
 
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What a great discovery these photos are! My husband and have the pleasure of raising two little Nepalis, Pramila 8, is very interested in stories and dancing that she remembers from Nepal, now I'll have something new to show her after school today ( sano Santosh is almost three- I don't know if it'll mean as much to him ;-) Jessica
 
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DG......... Are U been there in Putali Bazzar? Well, try but it's not wall of Jail of Putali Bazzar......... It's in Gorkha........Photo taken from Gorkha Bisauni Hotel passage.........
 
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folks more nepali pics please. any more bhailo pics?
 
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Hey Jessica, Just wanted to tell you that, what you and your husband are doing for these young kids from nepal are truely great. More people like you are needed for countries like nepal. Just wanted to thank you as a nepali for giving them wonderful opportunity to be someone in their life and also giving them the love as parents. Keep up the good work. I hope more kids would be as lucky as your Pramila and Santosh. Now they are in a place where they can be what they want to, instead of being in a place where they can only cerebrate what they could have become. In peace, IndisGuise:)
 
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Jessica, i praise you along with Indisguise, you have done a great job. May your family always be blessed by Lord Pashupatinath.. hey krmapa, thax for sharing such wonderful pictures, i have always been fasisnated by Ram Lila, Mahabharata and other hindu epics, performed live in stage, weather that stage be Haridwar's "sadak" or grand stage like that one above..i would like to enjoy such festive once again in my lifetime, that would surely be a wonderful experience, that i could remember for lifetime.
 
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jessica_murray , accept my salute of respect !!!! Many thanx for adopting 2 Nepali kids.The love and sense of belonging given to these two kids will hopefully make them a person with your kind of attitude towwards other humand being--- kind and caring. Regads, Bhanja(Singapore)
 
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Yeah Bhanja... Rasuwa district is in Nepal. It lies at the cenral region of Nepal and North of Kathmandu. If I am not mistaken it has one of the popular trekking routes to Lantang. Helambu, popular for its apples, lies in this district too. Jessica... that's a wonderful thing that your family is doing for Pramila and Santosh. I am involved in one of the organizations that manage sponsership-based program. Not long ago the donors terminated the program due to some policy issues. Now more than 2,000 kids are back to stone crushing. Therefore a little effort on our parts mean a lot. What your family is doing is really admirable. Thank you.

 
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^ A day of a festival.
 
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Thanks Blank !!!! No wonder people from evry corner of the world Nepal !!! With this kind of scenery, who would not be lured Nepal.Too bad current situation in Nepal is hindering the tourism sector to really see the true potential.
 
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You are welcome Bhanja. Forgot to mention... ^above pic of a festival is from Gatlang too.
 
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Sux.Every time I type- there are so many errors.
 
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Sorry... a mistake ^... Helambu lies in Sindhupalchowk district not Rasuwa.
 



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