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An Inspiring Story...

An Inspiring Story...

Durga Laxmi Maharjan is not among those housewives who captivate themselves amid the four confined walls of their houses, spend their entire life serving their family members and depend on their husbands even for petty expenses. She is indeed an exemplary model for those housewives mentioned above. Maharjan, aged 41, lives in Kirtipur, Khasi Bazaar, ward no. 5 with her three children, husband and in-laws.

Apart from being a responsible housekeeper, she also manages to operate small businesses in her house herself. She has taken trainings for the preparation of soaps, incense, pickles and preservatives, candles, etc. She has also learned the techniques for sewing and doll-making. She is currently indulged in doll-making business. She prepares the stuffed toys and sells them in Mahabouddha, a major area in the city for wholesale marketing. Nowadays, she is constantly invited by various organizations to give trainings to other women on the techniques of doll-making. For this, she gets paid by the organizations on the daily basis.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 08 June 2010 07:45 )

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लैंङि्गक भुमिका

विश्वमान चित्रमा एक सानो श्वतन्त्र राष्ठ्र नेपालमा विभिन्न किस...

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 21 September 2010 16:29 )

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Water Resources of Kirtipur Municipality - A context with Erratic Rainfall

Water Resources of Kirtipur Municipality - A context with Erratic RainfallTwo main sources of water are the springs at Dudh Pokahri and Sim Jhowahiti, which provide drinking water through a centralized piped water supply system with a capacity ...

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 September 2010 11:58 )

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Water problem and Stone Spouts

Water problem and Stone SpoutsKathmandu Valley, an area of 500 square kilometers and is home to about 1.5 million people. It is the country's single largest urban economy and is critical to Nepal's ec...

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 September 2010 12:05 )

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च च हुई सरररररर

च च हुई सरररररर दशैंको चटारो सकिएको छ । तिहार मुखमा आइसकेको छैन । नियमित जिन्दगी...

Last Updated ( Thursday, 23 September 2010 09:49 )

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If not now then when? Using CFL bulb is only solution

If not now then when? Using CFL bulb is only solution

Most of the times we hear about load shedding and the hydro electricity in terms of Nepal, darkness and inconvenience what come in our mind. Load shedding won't go away a...

Last Updated ( Monday, 13 September 2010 19:29 )

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Scanning Kirtipur in today's context

Scanning Kirtipur in today's context

Nepal is the youngest republic in the world today. It is known to world from varieties of aspects in the past but for now youngest republic is the most appropriate one. W...

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 September 2010 12:16 )

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We are the rule breakers, how??

We are the rule breakers, how??

Nobody wants to abide with rules here. Rules seem to be a restriction that is imposed by government but in practical, we forget that these are meant for us. To be in syst...

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 September 2010 12:14 )

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Electrifying the houses around the clock, how difficult it is, for the country like Nepal?

Electrifying the houses around the clock, how difficult it is, for the country like Nepal?

No doubt, the power demands are bound to increase with the lapse of time. This is because the need for rapid industrialization is the order of the day, and electricity of...

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 14 September 2010 12:20 )

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Know our places

 

BaghBhairab

Bagh Bhairab temple is one of the most popular temples dedicated to the God Bhairab in the...

 

Tau Daha

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Panga

Panga, is situated south-west of Kirtipur Municipality is a typical Newari settlement. On ...

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