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Sharing everyday gan gan from the country’s cacophony that I couldn’t escape from. Ekendra’s blog has been here since long – however most of the time it saw hibernation without any summer coming soon.

It’s never too late so I’m back here with gangan (गन गन) to share the actualities and frustration of being dealing with the system in Nepal. Plus some more things. This Blog was previously part of http://ekendra.blogspot.com/ then http://blog.ekendraonline.com/ and until a server crash down at http://ekendra.com.np/.

Now I believe that VPS folks at Digital Ocean and Vultr are good guys who don’t let my server crash and delete my entire VM, so I’m going to continue Ekendra’s blog as a WordPress category in my primary domain.

We do not wish to see our own faults, but take delight in perceiving the faults of others, much unhappiness arises from this habit.

Faults quote by Mahatma Gandhi

We do not wish to see our own faults, but take delight in perceiving the faults of others, much unhappiness arises from this habit.

Kathmandu valley as seen from Swayambhunath, 2013.

Kathmandu – the only city in Nepal

Forget about country office of I/NGOs and other international organizations, or the government ministries and the departments. Nepalese living in districts other than Kathmandu (valley) are forced to travel to Kathmandu even for the smallest work. Not believing that Kathmandu is the only city in Nepal? Okay! well even though you processed your passports in …

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Blogging Rejuvenation

Presuming a blogging rejuvenation

Okay, before making any falsified statements – I’m committed to continuing my blogging. Ups and downs, once again Ekendra’s blog is here to stay and get updated unlike previous anonymous hibernations that never saw summer suns. This time Ekendra’s everyday gangan (गनगन) will carry real life experiences, frustrations with Nepalese systems (of going backward) and …

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Wine testing

This is why You should always order the cheapest bottle of wine on the restaurant menu.

Diners should always order the cheapest bottle of wine on the list because restaurants make it too complex and overpriced.Wine connoisseurs can be too snobbish, according to restaurant critic Jay. Restaurant wine markups are a notoriously gray area, with no regulations or official guidelines. Drinkers have long grappled with the markups charged. Pressed/Source: Why you …

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The new User Community

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