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Temke, Bhojpur

Trek upto Temke
Temke is one of the best place to visit in Bhojpur district. Temke is surrounded by dense jungle and rocky mountain . It lies in the North side from Bhojpur head quarter, Temke is situated between border of Khotang and Bhojpur district. Its height is 3032m from the sea level.It is a place with its natural beauty.Its beauty-ness entice everyone whoever reaches there. This place gives us a feeling of a heaven. We can see blossoming rhododendron, Sunakhari, Chimal, Ghede-Chap, Chap (types of flower) all over Temke jungle. We can see beautiful panoramic view of Himalayan range, Tarai and sun rising scene. The most crucial and valuable herbs can be found in its periphery.
Around four hours of travel by bus from head quarter, our route is along Dawa, Timma Rimchim, Chinamakhu, Annapurna and Nagi 4 Kattike, Chakhewa is situated in the lap of Temke. Dhap Dada is one of the best peak in Chakhewa. We can enjoy by lying down on the meadow of grassy land over there. There are motels…

Kulung VDC, Bhojpur

Kulung VDC is one of the sixty three VDCs in Bhojpur district, which is in the eastern part of Nepal. The VDC is located at 1125m. height from the sea level; 27.44  degree north and 87.11 degree east. Its area is approximately 32 kilometer square and perimeter is 23 kilometer. Due to the slopy and fluctuative geographical structure, its highest and lowest altitude is 1125m. and 475m. respectively. It is situated at about 35 kilometer far from the headquarter. It lies at the middle of Nepaledanda, Chaukidanda, Sisuwa and Sittalpati VDCs. Sisuwa and Sittalpati VDCs lie in Sankhuwashava district; those are in north-astern and south-eastern part of Kulung respectively. Chaukidanda and Nepaledanda are its west and south side respectively. It has a boundary of a river, Arun and three streams, Sisuwa, Irkhuwa and Kakuwa as in east, south and west sides respectively.   The population of Kulung VDC is about eighteen thousand according to 2011 A.D. census but the current is about twen…

Sakewa Festival of Kirant Rai

Sakela/sakenwa is the main festival of Kirat Rai community, aslo it called worship of land (Bhumi Puja) which is celebrated twice a year distinguished by two names Ubhauli and Udhauli. Sakela Ubhauli is celebrated during Baisakh Purnima (full moon day in the month of Baishak) and Sakela Udhauli is celebrated during the full moon day in the month of Mangshir.
Ubhauli puja is the worshiping of weather and wishing of enough crops. Nakchung (Chief Priest) prays for the better crops and better weather for plant the crops in this Ubhauli.  Udhauli means going down: It is believed that from this day the winter season starts. So people, birds and animal migrate from cold regions to warmer regions as well as harvesting the crops at this time . This kind of migration occurs twice in a year. The celebration of migrating downwards during the season of Mangshir (Nov-Dec) is called "Udhauli" and the celebration of migrating upwards during the season of Baisakh (April-May) is called "…

5 ways to access and control your PC remotely

Your PC isn't really stuck at home. You can access the desktop, your files, and even gaming horsepower on the go. You can turn on your PC from halfway around the world! How, you ask? Let's start with catch-all remote desktop solutions before following up with more specific remote control and access tools for gaming, productivity, and more. Remote desktop
Remote desktop software lets you access your computer and all its applications over the Internet using another device, essentially by streaming a feed of your desktop. This works from a tablet or phone, even over a cellular data network. To do this, you’ll need to set up a remote desktop server on the PC you want to connect to. We recommend TeamViewer for this: It’s easy to use, completely free for non-commercial use, runs on almost everything, and doesn’t require any port-forwarding or complex setup. (Be sure to set up TeamViewer for unattended access!) teamviewer set up unattended access
Setting up TeamViewer's "Unatte…

Writing tips

Writing Tips 1Know yourreader
2Think about what youwant to tell your reader andwhy
3Think about howmany words you’ve got andhow much time youhave
4Put your topic in the formof aquestion
5Read everything youcan about yourquestion
6Take notes,highlight passages,photocopy pages, copy andpaste paragraphs,download passages from theInternet, and collect ideas fromother sources into a computerfile or hard-copyfolders
7When you keep findingthe same references,stop reading and startgrouping your materialsinto categories

Bhojpur Eastern part of Nepal

Bhojpur is a remote district of the mid- hills which falls in Koshi zone of the eastern development region, among five development regions of Nepal. This district is surrounded in the east by Sankhuwasabha and Dhankuta, in the west by Khotang, in the north by Solukhumbu and in the south by Udayapur. The district, Bhojpur as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,507 km² and has a population (2001) of 203,018. Traditionally, the inhabitants of this area have been the indigenous Rai ethnic group; the Newar ethnic group being the main people in the Bhojpur town. Bhojpur forms part of Majh Kirant (Middle Kirant). It is one of the richest districts in Nepal in biodiversity.
To the northern part of this district lies the beautiful small city of Dingla. Various hill castes, Brahmin (bahun in Nepali), Kshetriya(Chhettri in Nepali), and ethnic groups like Rai reside within this beautiful area. This is the place where rudraksha trees are grown naturally in the forest as well as individ…

Know more about Okhaldhunga

Okhaldhunga is one of the district situated in hilly region of Eastern Development region in Sagarmatha zone. This place is situated in the altitude range from 390 meter to 3627 meter. It covers an area of around one thousand and seventy five sq. meter. This district is situated in between Khotang, Ramechhap, Solukhumbu, Udayapur and Sindhuli. It is believed that the name of this district Okhaldhunga is derived from the stone of the shape of Okhal situated in Okhaldhunga VDC 6 at Shiddeswor park.

This is a under developing district which is rich not only in terms of natural beauty but also in cultural heritage. This place is the part of Wallo Kirat , home to Rai and Sunuwar community.Apart from this groups we can find Limbu, Magar, Tamang, Bhujel, Newar and many more.
There are lot of religiously and biologically important place to visit in this district.
A number of rivers, waterfalls, peaks, cave and religious place are consider as the attracting point of this place.
Dudh Koshi rive…

Culture of Rai

Nepal is a very ancient country, which was ruled by many dynasties in the past. Among them, the Kirat rule is taken as a very significant one, being the longest period that extended from pre-historic to historic period. In ancient Hindu scriptures, Nepal is referred as the “Kirat Desh” or “the Land of Kirats”. The Kirat Rai belong to the Kirati group or the Kirat confederation that includes the Rai, Limbu, Yakkha and Sunuwar. Dhimal, Hayu, Koche , Thami, Chepang, and Surel ethnic groups also consider themselves to be of Kirati descent. The traditional homeland of the Rai extends across the Solukhumbu, the Okhaldhunga , Khotang, Bhojpur and the Udayapur districts in the northeastern hilly/mountainous region of Nepal, west of the Arun River in the Sun Koshi River watershed. Rais are also found in significant numbers in the Indian state of Sikkim and in the northern West Bengal towns of Kalimpong and Darjeeling. According to Nepal’s 2001 census, there are 635,751 Rai in Nepal which represen…