• Finally, Nepali Apples from remote villages are started getting Market. Farmers were forced to feed Apples to the animals since many years but now the demand for Nepali apples is increasing. The reach of road transportation and increased capacity of farmers has caused huge production and distribution of apples to different parts of Nepal especially with the arrival of Dashain and Tihar
    Finally, Nepali Apples from remote villages are started getting Market. Farmers were forced to feed Apples to the animals since many years but now the demand for Nepali apples is increasing. The reach of road transportation and increased capacity of farmers has caused huge production and distribution of apples to different parts of Nepal especially with the arrival of Dashain and Tihar
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  • yeuta jungle ma yeuta nangai keta bath gari raheko theyo .. tyo jungle ko animals haru le tyo keta lai dekhera hasna thalyo..
    keta le animal lai sode cha timiharu kina hasa ko ha?
    animal: aba k bhanu sabai jana ko puchar pchadi huncha tero chai agadi cha..
    yeuta jungle ma yeuta nangai keta bath gari raheko theyo .. tyo jungle ko animals haru le tyo keta lai dekhera hasna thalyo.. keta le animal lai sode cha timiharu kina hasa ko ha? animal: aba k bhanu sabai jana ko puchar pchadi huncha tero chai agadi cha..
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  • 05 DAYS #GHOREPANI#POONHILL #TREK
    This trek to north of Pokhara is known as a beautiful Annapurna Trek (Ghorepani Trek) with the magnificent Himalayan view sighted from the top of Poon Hill. The Poon Hill (3210M) is one of the best points for a camera to catch the Panoramic Himalaya; including Machhapuchhre,(Fish Tail)(6997M) Annapurna South (7219M), Dhaulagiri (8171M) Gurja Peak (7193M), Dhaulagiri IV (7661M), Dhaulagiri 5 (7618M), Dhaulagiri 3 (7715M), Dhaulagiri 2 (7751M), Tukche Peak (6920M), Dhampus Pass (5258M),Dhampus peak (6012M),Nilgiri (7061M),Annapurna I (8091M), Hiunchuli (6441M), and Gangapurna (7455M),
    QUICK LOOK:

    STARTING/ENDING: POKHARA/POKHARA
    GRADE: EASY TO MODERATE
    PHYSICAL RATING:
    HIGHEST ACCESS POINT: 3210M (POON HILL)
    CULTURE: GURUNG, MAGAR
    HIMALAYAN SIGHTS: DHAULAGIRI, FISHTAIL, ANNAPURNA RANGE, MANASLU, NILGIRI ETC
    MOST ATTRACTION: CLOSE MOUNTAIN VIEW, VILLAGES


    DETAILS LOOK:
    DAY: 1 POKHARA DRIVE TO NAYAPUL - TREK TO TIKHEDHUNGA [1540M]
    A scenic 1 hour drive from Pokhara takes us to the starting point of our trek. Crossing the suspension bridge over the Modi Khola River, we ascend slowly through terraced fields and classic mountain villages. Along the way we will encounter mule or goat caravans carrying supplies to the mountains, heralded by the musical bells they wear. The stunning peaks of Machhapuchare and Annapurna peaking over the green ridges will greet us from time to time as we continue up to Tikhredhunga.

    DAY 2: TREK FROM TIKHEDHUNGA TO GHOREPANI [2775M]
    Today begins with a real heart-starter! We have a steep ascent to get us going and then a more gradual uphill walk takes us to our camp at Ghorepani. We will pass through some delightful villages and the beautiful, dense rhododendron forest so characteristic of Nepal at these altitudes! If the weather is clear we will see stunning mountain views from Ghorepani, making the climb well worth it! At Gorepani, we are on the main Annapurna Circuit route and there are likely to be lots of travellers passing through this ridge-top settlement in both directions. Ghorepani literally means "horse water" and is a popular stopping place for the mule trains which ply the route from Pokhara to Jomsom and beyond. The impressive peak which can be seen across the broad valley of the Kali Gandaki to the northwest is Dhaulagiri.

    DAY 3: SUNRISE AT POON HILL (3200M) – TREK TO TADAPANI [2650M]
    It is an absolute must for those who stay at Ghorepani to make the walk up to the celebrated view point of Poon Hill [3195m], which overlooks the village. Dawn is the best time to go so we arrange a wake up call for 5 am and head up the well marked track by torchlight. The first light of dawn illuminates Dhaulagiri and Tukuche Peak with a surreal pink glow.
    You may be able to buy coffee and breakfast from an enterprising local who has carried his produce up to Poon Hill to take advantage of the morning trade. Otherwise, we return to Ghorepani for breakfast, before trekking on to Tadapani through rhododendron forest. If we are lucky we will see some wild animals, such as langur monkeys climbing through the trees. There are excellent views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli and Machhapuchhare from Tadapani.

    DAY 4: TADAPANI TREK TO GHANDRUK [1950M]
    From Tadapani the trail descends through beautiful forests to Ghandruk, which is a stunning village of Gurung people, one of Nepal’s most famous ethnic groups, known for their distinctive dialect, culture, costume, and life style. Ghandruk is also home to many soldiers from the famous Gurkha regiments. From here we can have stunning views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Gangapurna, Annapurna III and Fishtail.

    DAY 05: GHANDRUK TREK TO NAYAPUL AND DRIVE TO POKHARA
    We can enjoy a final down hill walk through forest and villages for about 5 hrs to Nayapul. From here we drive for about 1 hour back to Pokhara where our trek ends and we can enjoy a shower and relax on this stunning lakeside town enjoying the memories!
    05 DAYS #GHOREPANI – #POONHILL #TREK This trek to north of Pokhara is known as a beautiful Annapurna Trek (Ghorepani Trek) with the magnificent Himalayan view sighted from the top of Poon Hill. The Poon Hill (3210M) is one of the best points for a camera to catch the Panoramic Himalaya; including Machhapuchhre,(Fish Tail)(6997M) Annapurna South (7219M), Dhaulagiri (8171M) Gurja Peak (7193M), Dhaulagiri IV (7661M), Dhaulagiri 5 (7618M), Dhaulagiri 3 (7715M), Dhaulagiri 2 (7751M), Tukche Peak (6920M), Dhampus Pass (5258M),Dhampus peak (6012M),Nilgiri (7061M),Annapurna I (8091M), Hiunchuli (6441M), and Gangapurna (7455M), QUICK LOOK: STARTING/ENDING: POKHARA/POKHARA GRADE: EASY TO MODERATE PHYSICAL RATING: HIGHEST ACCESS POINT: 3210M (POON HILL) CULTURE: GURUNG, MAGAR HIMALAYAN SIGHTS: DHAULAGIRI, FISHTAIL, ANNAPURNA RANGE, MANASLU, NILGIRI ETC MOST ATTRACTION: CLOSE MOUNTAIN VIEW, VILLAGES DETAILS LOOK: DAY: 1 POKHARA DRIVE TO NAYAPUL - TREK TO TIKHEDHUNGA [1540M] A scenic 1 hour drive from Pokhara takes us to the starting point of our trek. Crossing the suspension bridge over the Modi Khola River, we ascend slowly through terraced fields and classic mountain villages. Along the way we will encounter mule or goat caravans carrying supplies to the mountains, heralded by the musical bells they wear. The stunning peaks of Machhapuchare and Annapurna peaking over the green ridges will greet us from time to time as we continue up to Tikhredhunga. DAY 2: TREK FROM TIKHEDHUNGA TO GHOREPANI [2775M] Today begins with a real heart-starter! We have a steep ascent to get us going and then a more gradual uphill walk takes us to our camp at Ghorepani. We will pass through some delightful villages and the beautiful, dense rhododendron forest so characteristic of Nepal at these altitudes! If the weather is clear we will see stunning mountain views from Ghorepani, making the climb well worth it! At Gorepani, we are on the main Annapurna Circuit route and there are likely to be lots of travellers passing through this ridge-top settlement in both directions. Ghorepani literally means "horse water" and is a popular stopping place for the mule trains which ply the route from Pokhara to Jomsom and beyond. The impressive peak which can be seen across the broad valley of the Kali Gandaki to the northwest is Dhaulagiri. DAY 3: SUNRISE AT POON HILL (3200M) – TREK TO TADAPANI [2650M] It is an absolute must for those who stay at Ghorepani to make the walk up to the celebrated view point of Poon Hill [3195m], which overlooks the village. Dawn is the best time to go so we arrange a wake up call for 5 am and head up the well marked track by torchlight. The first light of dawn illuminates Dhaulagiri and Tukuche Peak with a surreal pink glow. You may be able to buy coffee and breakfast from an enterprising local who has carried his produce up to Poon Hill to take advantage of the morning trade. Otherwise, we return to Ghorepani for breakfast, before trekking on to Tadapani through rhododendron forest. If we are lucky we will see some wild animals, such as langur monkeys climbing through the trees. There are excellent views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli and Machhapuchhare from Tadapani. DAY 4: TADAPANI TREK TO GHANDRUK [1950M] From Tadapani the trail descends through beautiful forests to Ghandruk, which is a stunning village of Gurung people, one of Nepal’s most famous ethnic groups, known for their distinctive dialect, culture, costume, and life style. Ghandruk is also home to many soldiers from the famous Gurkha regiments. From here we can have stunning views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Gangapurna, Annapurna III and Fishtail. DAY 05: GHANDRUK TREK TO NAYAPUL AND DRIVE TO POKHARA We can enjoy a final down hill walk through forest and villages for about 5 hrs to Nayapul. From here we drive for about 1 hour back to Pokhara where our trek ends and we can enjoy a shower and relax on this stunning lakeside town enjoying the memories!
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  • #Rara #Lake #Trek is a unique opportunity to be among those who have treaded on the remote trails of western Nepal. The 10-day trek begins with visits to UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu followed by a flight to Nepalgunj and then to Jumla. From Jumla, you will set forth on a journey that promises greater solitude and a chance to be in the presence of the fantastic Rara Lake. It is the highest lake in Nepal and proudly addressed by the Nepalese as the ‘Queen of Lakes’. During your trek, you will also be entering the Rara National Park which is considered to be one of the finest parks in the world and is an ideal habitat for musk deer, Himalayan black bear, leopard, Himalayan goral, and other exotic animals. On your journey you will not only be in the presence of snowcapped mountains, forests and enchanting lakes but will also get to witness the rustic life of the locals who call this remote land their home.
    #Rara #Lake #Trek is a unique opportunity to be among those who have treaded on the remote trails of western Nepal. The 10-day trek begins with visits to UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu followed by a flight to Nepalgunj and then to Jumla. From Jumla, you will set forth on a journey that promises greater solitude and a chance to be in the presence of the fantastic Rara Lake. It is the highest lake in Nepal and proudly addressed by the Nepalese as the ‘Queen of Lakes’. During your trek, you will also be entering the Rara National Park which is considered to be one of the finest parks in the world and is an ideal habitat for musk deer, Himalayan black bear, leopard, Himalayan goral, and other exotic animals. On your journey you will not only be in the presence of snowcapped mountains, forests and enchanting lakes but will also get to witness the rustic life of the locals who call this remote land their home.
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  • #Rara #Lake #Trek is a unique opportunity to be among those who have treaded on the remote trails of western Nepal. The 10-day trek begins with visits to UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu followed by a flight to Nepalgunj and then to Jumla. From Jumla, you will set forth on a journey that promises greater solitude and a chance to be in the presence of the fantastic Rara Lake. It is the highest lake in Nepal and proudly addressed by the Nepalese as the ‘Queen of Lakes’. During your trek, you will also be entering the Rara National Park which is considered to be one of the finest parks in the world and is an ideal habitat for musk deer, Himalayan black bear, leopard, Himalayan goral, and other exotic animals. On your journey you will not only be in the presence of snowcapped mountains, forests and enchanting lakes but will also get to witness the rustic life of the locals who call this remote land their home.
    #Rara #Lake #Trek is a unique opportunity to be among those who have treaded on the remote trails of western Nepal. The 10-day trek begins with visits to UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu followed by a flight to Nepalgunj and then to Jumla. From Jumla, you will set forth on a journey that promises greater solitude and a chance to be in the presence of the fantastic Rara Lake. It is the highest lake in Nepal and proudly addressed by the Nepalese as the ‘Queen of Lakes’. During your trek, you will also be entering the Rara National Park which is considered to be one of the finest parks in the world and is an ideal habitat for musk deer, Himalayan black bear, leopard, Himalayan goral, and other exotic animals. On your journey you will not only be in the presence of snowcapped mountains, forests and enchanting lakes but will also get to witness the rustic life of the locals who call this remote land their home.
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  • On our trek we start in the lower #Langtang Valley, trekking through its forests and among the villages and farmlands of its people, many of who are of Tibetan origin. Once an important trading route with Tibet, this influence is reflected in the character of the villages and peoples. During part of the trek you will be walking through National Park, and though wildlife is never easy to spot in a forest setting, there are chances of seeing some interesting animals and birds. Among those found in the park are monkeys, musk deer, pika and the national bird of Nepal, the colourful danphe.

    From Langtang village, the track continues to Kyangjin Gompa (3,740 m). This is the site of the Yala Cheese Factory. There is a STOL airstrip at Chhaldang, a short distance east of Kyangjin. Visiting to the Yala Cheese Factory (4.633 m) and the small lakes beyond Yala are worthwhile. Yala can be reached within half a day from Kyangjin Gompa. From Kyangjin Gompa, a continuation to the pastures of Langsisa (4.084 m) provides the good views of numerous glaciers. There are some huts in Langsisa that can be reached within one day's walk from Kyangjin Gompa.
    On our trek we start in the lower #Langtang Valley, trekking through its forests and among the villages and farmlands of its people, many of who are of Tibetan origin. Once an important trading route with Tibet, this influence is reflected in the character of the villages and peoples. During part of the trek you will be walking through National Park, and though wildlife is never easy to spot in a forest setting, there are chances of seeing some interesting animals and birds. Among those found in the park are monkeys, musk deer, pika and the national bird of Nepal, the colourful danphe. From Langtang village, the track continues to Kyangjin Gompa (3,740 m). This is the site of the Yala Cheese Factory. There is a STOL airstrip at Chhaldang, a short distance east of Kyangjin. Visiting to the Yala Cheese Factory (4.633 m) and the small lakes beyond Yala are worthwhile. Yala can be reached within half a day from Kyangjin Gompa. From Kyangjin Gompa, a continuation to the pastures of Langsisa (4.084 m) provides the good views of numerous glaciers. There are some huts in Langsisa that can be reached within one day's walk from Kyangjin Gompa.
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  • On our trek we start in the lower #Langtang Valley, trekking through its forests and among the villages and farmlands of its people, many of who are of Tibetan origin. Once an important trading route with Tibet, this influence is reflected in the character of the villages and peoples. During part of the trek you will be walking through National Park, and though wildlife is never easy to spot in a forest setting, there are chances of seeing some interesting animals and birds. Among those found in the park are monkeys, musk deer, pika and the national bird of Nepal, the colourful #danphe. #langtangvalleytrek #Nepal

    From #Langtang village, the track continues to Kyangjin Gompa (3,740 m). This is the site of the Yala Cheese Factory. There is a STOL airstrip at Chhaldang, a short distance east of Kyangjin. Visiting to the Yala Cheese Factory (4.633 m) and the small lakes beyond Yala are worthwhile. Yala can be reached within half a day from Kyangjin Gompa. From Kyangjin Gompa, a continuation to the pastures of Langsisa (4.084 m) provides the good views of numerous glaciers. There are some huts in Langsisa that can be reached within one day's walk from Kyangjin Gompa.
    On our trek we start in the lower #Langtang Valley, trekking through its forests and among the villages and farmlands of its people, many of who are of Tibetan origin. Once an important trading route with Tibet, this influence is reflected in the character of the villages and peoples. During part of the trek you will be walking through National Park, and though wildlife is never easy to spot in a forest setting, there are chances of seeing some interesting animals and birds. Among those found in the park are monkeys, musk deer, pika and the national bird of Nepal, the colourful #danphe. #langtangvalleytrek #Nepal From #Langtang village, the track continues to Kyangjin Gompa (3,740 m). This is the site of the Yala Cheese Factory. There is a STOL airstrip at Chhaldang, a short distance east of Kyangjin. Visiting to the Yala Cheese Factory (4.633 m) and the small lakes beyond Yala are worthwhile. Yala can be reached within half a day from Kyangjin Gompa. From Kyangjin Gompa, a continuation to the pastures of Langsisa (4.084 m) provides the good views of numerous glaciers. There are some huts in Langsisa that can be reached within one day's walk from Kyangjin Gompa.
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  • Bhutan is no conventional place. It is the last awesome Himalayan kingdom, covered in riddle and enchantment, where a conventional Buddhist culture painstakingly grasps worldwide advancements.
    Bhutan, best known to the world as the last Shangril-la has a rare combination of harmony and accord amidst a landscape of incredible beauty.
    Protected by mighty Himalayas from the rest of the world and enriched by the essence of Drukpa Kagyu School of Buddhism, Bhutan has managed to remain shrouded deeply in a jealously guarded isolation. A basic understanding of Bhutan's Buddhism is essential to understanding the Bhutanese.

    Her rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling white peaks and lush valleys provide Bhutan’s stunning beauty and aesthetic grandeur.

    Bhutan has gently opened its doors to the visitors who respect the delicate sensitivities of this pristine land and shares the sacred values of its people.

    Bhutanese architectures in Dzongs, buildings and houses are very striking

    Bhutan is not an ordinary place and has many surprises; a visit to the country is a splendid adventure.

    Thimpu
    Lying in a valley (elevation 2350) Thimpu is unlike any other capital in the world. The traditional architecture of its houses and buldings is particularly striking. The places to visit are the Memorial Chorten, dedicated to the late King Jigme the goverment of Bhutan and the summer residence of the central monk body. the Tradional Medicene Hospital where herbal medicines are prepared; the National Libray, a treasure trove of ancient texts; the National Institute for Zorig Chosum for thanks painting, sculpture, wood and slate carving, gold works, embroidery and traditional boot making; Changangkha Lakhang which contans anceint scriptures and thanka paintings; and Simtokha Dzong, Bhutan's oldest forttress which now houses a school for Buddhist studies. YOu can als visit the smithy on the other side of the Thimpu River to see traditional gold and silver smiths at work. the folk Heritage Museum, which showcases a typical Bhutanese farmhouse, and the Takin Santuary (The takin is the national animal of Bhutan ) above the Motithang area.
    Bhutan is no conventional place. It is the last awesome Himalayan kingdom, covered in riddle and enchantment, where a conventional Buddhist culture painstakingly grasps worldwide advancements. Bhutan, best known to the world as the last Shangril-la has a rare combination of harmony and accord amidst a landscape of incredible beauty. Protected by mighty Himalayas from the rest of the world and enriched by the essence of Drukpa Kagyu School of Buddhism, Bhutan has managed to remain shrouded deeply in a jealously guarded isolation. A basic understanding of Bhutan's Buddhism is essential to understanding the Bhutanese. Her rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling white peaks and lush valleys provide Bhutan’s stunning beauty and aesthetic grandeur. Bhutan has gently opened its doors to the visitors who respect the delicate sensitivities of this pristine land and shares the sacred values of its people. Bhutanese architectures in Dzongs, buildings and houses are very striking Bhutan is not an ordinary place and has many surprises; a visit to the country is a splendid adventure. Thimpu Lying in a valley (elevation 2350) Thimpu is unlike any other capital in the world. The traditional architecture of its houses and buldings is particularly striking. The places to visit are the Memorial Chorten, dedicated to the late King Jigme the goverment of Bhutan and the summer residence of the central monk body. the Tradional Medicene Hospital where herbal medicines are prepared; the National Libray, a treasure trove of ancient texts; the National Institute for Zorig Chosum for thanks painting, sculpture, wood and slate carving, gold works, embroidery and traditional boot making; Changangkha Lakhang which contans anceint scriptures and thanka paintings; and Simtokha Dzong, Bhutan's oldest forttress which now houses a school for Buddhist studies. YOu can als visit the smithy on the other side of the Thimpu River to see traditional gold and silver smiths at work. the folk Heritage Museum, which showcases a typical Bhutanese farmhouse, and the Takin Santuary (The takin is the national animal of Bhutan ) above the Motithang area.
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  • Bhutan is no conventional place. It is the last awesome Himalayan kingdom, covered in riddle and enchantment, where a conventional Buddhist culture painstakingly grasps worldwide advancements.
    Bhutan, best known to the world as the last Shangril-la has a rare combination of harmony and accord amidst a landscape of incredible beauty.
    Protected by mighty Himalayas from the rest of the world and enriched by the essence of Drukpa Kagyu School of Buddhism, Bhutan has managed to remain shrouded deeply in a jealously guarded isolation. A basic understanding of Bhutan's Buddhism is essential to understanding the Bhutanese.

    Her rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling white peaks and lush valleys provide Bhutan’s stunning beauty and aesthetic grandeur.

    Bhutan has gently opened its doors to the visitors who respect the delicate sensitivities of this pristine land and shares the sacred values of its people.

    Bhutanese architectures in Dzongs, buildings and houses are very striking

    Bhutan is not an ordinary place and has many surprises; a visit to the country is a splendid adventure.

    Thimpu
    Lying in a valley (elevation 2350) Thimpu is unlike any other capital in the world. The traditional architecture of its houses and buldings is particularly striking. The places to visit are the Memorial Chorten, dedicated to the late King Jigme the goverment of Bhutan and the summer residence of the central monk body. the Tradional Medicene Hospital where herbal medicines are prepared; the National Libray, a treasure trove of ancient texts; the National Institute for Zorig Chosum for thanks painting, sculpture, wood and slate carving, gold works, embroidery and traditional boot making; Changangkha Lakhang which contans anceint scriptures and thanka paintings; and Simtokha Dzong, Bhutan's oldest forttress which now houses a school for Buddhist studies. YOu can als visit the smithy on the other side of the Thimpu River to see traditional gold and silver smiths at work. the folk Heritage Museum, which showcases a typical Bhutanese farmhouse, and the Takin Santuary (The takin is the national animal of Bhutan ) above the Motithang area.
    Bhutan is no conventional place. It is the last awesome Himalayan kingdom, covered in riddle and enchantment, where a conventional Buddhist culture painstakingly grasps worldwide advancements. Bhutan, best known to the world as the last Shangril-la has a rare combination of harmony and accord amidst a landscape of incredible beauty. Protected by mighty Himalayas from the rest of the world and enriched by the essence of Drukpa Kagyu School of Buddhism, Bhutan has managed to remain shrouded deeply in a jealously guarded isolation. A basic understanding of Bhutan's Buddhism is essential to understanding the Bhutanese. Her rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling white peaks and lush valleys provide Bhutan’s stunning beauty and aesthetic grandeur. Bhutan has gently opened its doors to the visitors who respect the delicate sensitivities of this pristine land and shares the sacred values of its people. Bhutanese architectures in Dzongs, buildings and houses are very striking Bhutan is not an ordinary place and has many surprises; a visit to the country is a splendid adventure. Thimpu Lying in a valley (elevation 2350) Thimpu is unlike any other capital in the world. The traditional architecture of its houses and buldings is particularly striking. The places to visit are the Memorial Chorten, dedicated to the late King Jigme the goverment of Bhutan and the summer residence of the central monk body. the Tradional Medicene Hospital where herbal medicines are prepared; the National Libray, a treasure trove of ancient texts; the National Institute for Zorig Chosum for thanks painting, sculpture, wood and slate carving, gold works, embroidery and traditional boot making; Changangkha Lakhang which contans anceint scriptures and thanka paintings; and Simtokha Dzong, Bhutan's oldest forttress which now houses a school for Buddhist studies. YOu can als visit the smithy on the other side of the Thimpu River to see traditional gold and silver smiths at work. the folk Heritage Museum, which showcases a typical Bhutanese farmhouse, and the Takin Santuary (The takin is the national animal of Bhutan ) above the Motithang area.
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  • “To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to no one, not even an animal. Wrap it carefully round with hobbies and little luxuries; avoid all entanglements. Lock it up safe in the casket or coffin of your selfishness. But in that casket, safe, dark, motionless, airless, it will change. It will not be broken; it will become unbreakable, impenetrable, irredeemable. To love is to be vulnerable.” – C.S. Lewis
    “To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to no one, not even an animal. Wrap it carefully round with hobbies and little luxuries; avoid all entanglements. Lock it up safe in the casket or coffin of your selfishness. But in that casket, safe, dark, motionless, airless, it will change. It will not be broken; it will become unbreakable, impenetrable, irredeemable. To love is to be vulnerable.” – C.S. Lewis
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  • Children don’t need fancy toys or technology. They naturally yearn to explore the outdoors. Hours could be spent playing in mud, watching clouds float by, or observing animals. They see the simple beauty in nature. They love all things, from slimy animals to the beauty of seasons and the mountains. Children are curious to explore the natural elements around them.

    Source: https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poems/children/nature/
    Children don’t need fancy toys or technology. They naturally yearn to explore the outdoors. Hours could be spent playing in mud, watching clouds float by, or observing animals. They see the simple beauty in nature. They love all things, from slimy animals to the beauty of seasons and the mountains. Children are curious to explore the natural elements around them. Source: https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poems/children/nature/
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    53 Nature Poems for Kids - Fun Poetry about the Outdoors
    Poetry for kids about the outdoors. Children will spend hours enjoying the simple beauty in nature, playing in mud, watching clouds float by or observing animals.
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  • yeuta jungle ma yeuta nangai keta bath gari raheko theyo .. tyo jungle ko animals haru le tyo keta lai dekhera hasna thalyo..
    keta le animal lai sode cha timiharu kina hasa ko ha?
    animal: aba k bhanu sabai jana ko puchar pchadi huncha tero chai agadi cha..
    yeuta jungle ma yeuta nangai keta bath gari raheko theyo .. tyo jungle ko animals haru le tyo keta lai dekhera hasna thalyo.. keta le animal lai sode cha timiharu kina hasa ko ha? animal: aba k bhanu sabai jana ko puchar pchadi huncha tero chai agadi cha..
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  • #Cutie#littlebird#awesome#animal#lover
    #Cutie#littlebird#awesome#animal#lover
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  • yeuta jungle ma yeuta nangai keta bath gari raheko theyo .. tyo jungle ko animals haru le tyo keta lai dekhera hasna thalyo..
    keta le animal lai sode cha timiharu kina hasa ko ha?
    animal: aba k bhanu sabai jana ko puchar pchadi huncha tero chai agadi cha..
    yeuta jungle ma yeuta nangai keta bath gari raheko theyo .. tyo jungle ko animals haru le tyo keta lai dekhera hasna thalyo.. keta le animal lai sode cha timiharu kina hasa ko ha? animal: aba k bhanu sabai jana ko puchar pchadi huncha tero chai agadi cha..
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  • Soon it was night, and Ijapa set out into the darkness to find Ehoro waiting at the brook. Once they had said their hellos, both animals made their way into the deep forest: the rabbit leading the way while the tortoise followed closely behind. Before long, they came to a narrow path that led to an opening clearing among the trees in the middle of the forest.
    Soon it was night, and Ijapa set out into the darkness to find Ehoro waiting at the brook. Once they had said their hellos, both animals made their way into the deep forest: the rabbit leading the way while the tortoise followed closely behind. Before long, they came to a narrow path that led to an opening clearing among the trees in the middle of the forest.
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  • The famine was very bad and was already having a devastating effect on all the animals, so Ijapa could no longer trick them into parting with the little rations of food they possessed.

    One morning, very tired and hungry, Ijapa left his house with the intention of searching the marketplace for scraps of food, but there was no food in the market, and so the tortoise remained as hungry as ever.
    The famine was very bad and was already having a devastating effect on all the animals, so Ijapa could no longer trick them into parting with the little rations of food they possessed. One morning, very tired and hungry, Ijapa left his house with the intention of searching the marketplace for scraps of food, but there was no food in the market, and so the tortoise remained as hungry as ever.
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    A long time ago, a terrible famine hit an ancient animal kingdom. It had not rained for two whole years and all of the crops were dying. The animals hoped and prayed for an end to the terrible drought, but the sky was no longer able to gather enough clouds, and the rains did not come.

    Ijapa, the cunning tortoise, lived on the outskirts of the village with his wife and two sons.
    * A long time ago, a terrible famine hit an ancient animal kingdom. It had not rained for two whole years and all of the crops were dying. The animals hoped and prayed for an end to the terrible drought, but the sky was no longer able to gather enough clouds, and the rains did not come. Ijapa, the cunning tortoise, lived on the outskirts of the village with his wife and two sons.
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