Trishuli is Nepal’s most popular rafting river with impressive gorges, exciting rapids, and breathtaking water currents with scenic beauty on its shore. 

Trishuli is Nepal’s most popular rafting river with impressive gorges, exciting rapids, and breathtaking water currents with scenic beauty on its shore.

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cotton candy is  good sometime!!

cotton candy is good sometime!!

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Bandipur is an exotic village full of traditional monuments. This is a top tourist destination. This temple took my breathe away the time I saw it !

Bandipur is an exotic village full of traditional monuments. This is a top tourist destination. This temple took my breathe away the time I saw it !

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The sun is about to come. It was really a fresh start of the day. I had not seen the morning sun since long time.

The sun is about to come. It was really a fresh start of the day. I had not felt this freshness of the morning sun since long time.

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This is what one wants to see after getting out of the polluted city full of skyscrapers.

This is what one wants to see after getting out of the polluted city full of skyscrapers.

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This is a wild fruit that is surrounded by thrones. It has a very sweet taste and it is often sited as an example to depict how something good yields after a hardship.

This is a wild fruit that is surrounded by thrones. It has a very sweet taste and it is often sited as an example to depict how something good yields after a hardship.

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Even the Stone cow needs Grass !! LOL

 

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Hungry chicks

Hungry chicks

This ancient roof house has 9 legs for its support and it is rarely seen these days. We were lucky to find this traditional architecture during our exploration of village.

This ancient roof house has 9 legs for its support and it is rarely seen these days. We were lucky to find this traditional architecture during our exploration of village.

Isn't this balcony cool !!

Isn’t this balcony cool !!

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Moving to Pokhara, our next destination !!

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Oh it’s dark !!

She is leading this time..Hope she won't run if some bat falls down.

She is leading this time..Hope she won’t run if some bat falls down !!

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Does anyone see a Dolphin in this cave ?!

Does anyone see a Dolphin in this cave ?!

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Now don’t say you see a dolphin..It is a Bat Cave !!

The cave was stinky. Bats were busy watching us inverted.

The cave was stinky. Bats were busy watching us inverted.

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Nepal is country of temples. We can pray every hour with pass of frequently built temples.

Nepal is country of temples. We can pray every hour with a pass of frequently built temples.

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Off to another up hill point – World Peace Stupa

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Buddha told What we think we become. So think likewise.

Buddha told What we think we become. So think likewise.

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One for World Peace

One for World Peace

Buddha-Enlightenment of Asia. This is his statue at 115 feet tall and 344 feet diameter World peace Stupa.

Buddha-Enlightenment of Asia. This is his statue at 115 feet tall and 344 feet diameter World peace Stupa.

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Dam side of the Phewa Lake

Dam side of the Phewa Lake

Damside Selfie !

Damside Selfie !

 

This world is a book. I like travelling. It helps me turn some pages of this book. We all have a traveler’s mind. Lets use it. Pack up and go explore.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ending a year with some bagpacks and travelling

Orgasm of Thoughts

Human mind is evolving. It is growing impatiently with the advent of time and technology. All our mental wiring is upgrading itself and we are unaware of this “going premium” inside our own head.

 We see things and we feel them. We use our head and our heart to perceive them according to our  nature, our belief ,our influences and our exposure . We  chose to act upon them as per our knowledge, wisdom, judgmental inner conscience  and experience. It may also be for the sake of adventure, exploration, experiment and learning, which later becomes a whole new experience.

 Human body is a machine and intentions are the driving force. We yield result after action takes place and that is a reaction. A reaction to ourselves. This reaction to our  prior expectation or intention  then decides our present mind-set. And this is what drives us crazy or wild or happy or sad or whatever adjectives we have created. The story doesn’t end here. Our brain just had a perpetual experience. We just created a concept of something. This  “perception” of something now clings into our memory and becomes a “layer of truth” ; a thought.

 “All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think, we become” is more than just a philosophical lesson from Gautama Buddha; actually it is a biology. We are all cells by anatomy. Our brain cells holds every thought that we endure through our social activities. We see things, a hell lot of them. During this, piles and piles of thought are published in the infinite stack of cells. They form a  massive atmosphere, like a universe, and are so intact with each other that there occurs the Orgasm of thoughts.

 We are the winner of sperm race; no doubt that our physical existence validates this life-trophy. Our brain is a sexual ornament, and within our mating mind, there is  release of nerve cells every time we blink our eye and every time we see new things. Thoughts that adjoin with our soul cruises in a  much lighter way to win the race and shapes our personality, thereby proving our social existence.

 Our personality is that we are never the same person. A different perspective is a different reality and we are evolving all the time with Orgasm of thoughts.

Tom Attwater Is Dying. His Daughter Might Die, Too. The Letter He Left For Her Is Unforgettable.

Worth reblogging…hence reblogged 😉

Kindness Blog

Tom Attwater is dying of a brain tumor, but he isn’t worried about his cancer. Instead, he is trying to save his 5 year-old daughter from her own.

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He has vowed to raise approximately $820,200.00 for her cancer treatment, even if he wouldn’t be around to see her go through it.

Now Tom is almost half way to his fundraising target he is more adamant than ever to reach it. Tragically his deadline is short as his latest scans show his brain tumour is growing.

He says: “These days people make bucket lists, and the very top of mine – the one that matters most – is raising money to make sure Kelli gets the medical help she might need.

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“Some people have advised me to slow down and concentrate on enjoying the rest of my days. But how can I knowing…

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What will blow our minds in the *next* 30 years?

Ideas worth sharing from TED…Lets have a say on what we think will happen in next 30 years.

TED Blog

Predictions are a mug’s game. If they come true, you likely didn’t push your thinking hard enough. If they don’t come true, you risk looking like an idiot. Nonetheless, many speakers at the annual TED conference have taken the plunge and proffered thoughts of what the future might look like. The video above takes a quick spin through just some of them, with thoughts from tech pioneers including Nicholas Negroponte, Rodney Brooks, Jeff Han and Pattie Maes.

Below, we asked many of the attendees and speakers at this year’s just-wrapped TED to riff off the conference’s theme (“The Next Chapter”) and tell us what they think might radically change society, life, technology and so on in the *next* 30 years. From funny and wry to deeply insightful, the answers will surprise you.

“One of the things about learning how to read — we have been doing a lot of consuming of…

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Getting an awe struck through blogs

It had not been long that I was awestruck to know the biological advantage of being awestruck explained by visionary Jason Silva, i think the mental wiring of my brain have managed to be at such advantage too soon with all the great blogs and the ideas that flow along-with every click of my mouse here at wordpress. Einstein had derived that those who have nothing to awe about is as good as dead and to this i feel more than alive when i read the life experiences that people share here through articles and pictures. 

I saw this photoblog which attempts to set the scene with a three-picture story and to my awe it shaded a new possibilities where we can figure out everything, say, it’s just a matter of perspective. “A year of reading the world”,a successful attempt by Ann Morgan, was the first thing that made a signal of an approaching awe flow through my nerves to my brain and i was finally consummated with numerous “new-tabs” on my chrome.

There is so much to learn, so much to explore, so much to love and such much of crazy things that needs to be shared. 

I am not a good writer as you guys might have derived until now, but believe me i can read things perfectly. I would love to follow all you fellow bloggers and share and read life experiences that brings us in all,a beautiful feeling of “awe” !!