Spreading Awareness and Love

March 15, 2022

Slice of Nepal Traffic Police History

The Traffic Control System was first enforced by Ram Dal in 1951 AD (2007 BS). The Ram Dal’s dress code (pillbox hat and half pants) back then had mild French police influence. Ram Dal was the superseding organization of Nepal police. Before Nepal police administered duty, Ram Dal used to perform present-day Nepal police’s duties. […]

March 13, 2022

34 Years of Dasharath Stadium Disaster

The Dasharath Stadium Disaster occurred on 29 Falgun 2044 (12 March 1988) at the Dasharath Stadium in Kathmandu, Nepal during a soccer match between Janakpur Cigarette Factory Ltd and Liberation Army of Bangladesh for the 1988 Tribhuvan Challenge Shield. 93 people were killed and 100 more were injured when attempting to flee from a hailstorm […]

March 12, 2022

Dentistry History in Nepal

Growing your own teeth from stem cells might seem unbelievable, but dentists are confident this will become a reality within the next 50 years. It all seems a far cry from the days when just pulling a tooth safely used to be considered lucky. Before modern dental science existed in Nepal, people still had problems […]

March 6, 2022

New Road/ Juddha Sadak in the 1940s/1950s

New Road is the financial hub and busiest high street of Nepal. It refers to a two-lane street in the center of Kathmandu, as well as the surrounding neighborhood. It is one of the busiest marketplaces in the city. Being near the midpoint of the ring road in Kathmandu, as well as the old center […]

March 3, 2022

Nepal And The British India

Nepal was officially formed on September 25, 1768. When Nepal was officially recognized as a sovereign country, the United Kingdom (UK) was still ruling the present days India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Myanmar; which were collectively called British India, and areas ruled by indigenous rulers, but under British paramountcy, called the princely states. The British Raj […]

February 28, 2022

Princess Laxmi Rajya Laxmi Devi Shah- The Then Heir Apparent of Nepal

Princess Laxmi Rajya Laxmi Devi Shah was born on August 11 as the eldest daughter of King Prithvi Bikram Shah of Nepal. As the eldest daughter of King Prithvi, she was made the crown princess and was heiress to the throne until her younger brother, Tribhuvan was born on June 30, 1906. Princess Laxmi was […]

February 10, 2022

King Birendra And Queen Aishwary of Nepal

A rarely seen picture of Late Queen Aishwarya Rajya Laxmi Shah and King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal. Birendra was married to Aishwarya Rajya Laxmi from the Rana family, his second cousin, on 27 February 1970. Then Prince Birendra was 24 years old and Aishwarya was 20 years old at that time. King Birendra, […]

February 7, 2022

Why Rana Bahadur Shah Was Called The Mad King of Nepal?

Rana Bahadur’s youth had been spent in pampered luxury. He succeeded to the throne at the age of two and a half years when his father, Pratap Singh Shah, the eldest son of Prithvi Narayan Shah, died prematurely in 1779 due to smallpox after ruling for only 36 months. Queen Rajendra Laxmi, the mother of […]

July 2, 2021

Bhairav Aryal – The king of Satire

Bhairav Aryal was born in Kupondole, Lalitpur on 20 September 1936 as Tritha Nath Aryal. He is undoubtedly Nepal’s greatest and the most loved satirist of all time. He was a satirist who commented on the absurdities of modern Nepal, as well as a journalist and editor. The satirical writer, Bhairav Aryal is one of […]

June 29, 2021

15 Ashar – History and Significance

For centuries, when the first rainfall occurs, the farmers revel and get filled with the hope of the harvest. Thus, all the farmers cheer and celebrate the successful ‘Ropai’- plantation.15 Ashadh is “considered as the auspicious day to start rice planting for the year”. The date falls during the monsoon season, an optimal time for […]

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