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School Children Urging UNESCO To List Muktinath Valley And Lo Manthang In The World Heritage List

School Children Urging UNESCO To List Muktinath Valley And Lo Manthang In The World Heritage List Mustang Caves. Image credit: National Geographic. By Mithu Das   January 20, 2021 (This speech was written for the morning assembly of Shree Bhagrati Academy, Dipayal-Silgadhi, Doti District, Nepal.) Good morning, Respected Principal, honourable teachers and my dear friends. My name is Arunima Bhandari and I'm from class VII. Today, our topic is "School Children Urging UNESCO To List Muktinath Valley And Lo Manthang In The World Heritage List".

The First Car of Nepal

The First Car of Nepal A green Marcedes was carried over a rocky river by a team of sixty-four porters in 1949. Photographer: Voklmar Wentzel. Image courtesy: Christie's. By Mithu Das   January 19, 2021 (This speech was written for the morning assembly of Shree Bhagrati Academy, Dipayal-Silgadhi, Doti District, Nepal.) Good morning, Respected Principal, honourable teachers and my dear friends. Today I, Saksham Malashi, from class IV, is here to put across my views on the topic "The First Car of Nepal". The first car was rode in Nepal by Britain's Pri

Spiny Babbler: The Endemic Bird of Nepal

Spiny Babbler: The Endemic Bird of Nepal This photograph of Spiny Babbler was taken at Stupa Village, Pokhara Valley, Nepal. Photographer: Sanjib Acharya. Image courtesy: Oriental Bird Images. By Mithu Das   January 09, 2021 Spiny Babbler—local name Kaande Bhyakur—is the only endemic bird species found in Nepal. Nepal is not only famous for its snow-peaked massive mountains, high green hills, beautiful lakes and rivers, but also for its rich biodiversity. Its avifauna has ranked 26th in the world. More than 822 species of birds are found in Nepal. About 38