Nepali Games - Games in Nepal

Nepali Games

             Everybody likes to play games. Games are the means of entertainment and exercise. They are classified into two types. They are outdoor and indoor. Outdoor games such as volleyball, football, hockey, cricket, tennis, etc. are played in an open area. Indoor games such as chess, ludo, dice, table tennis, etc. are played inside a room. Games exercise our brain and body.  That's why both games are very important.

Games in Nepal
Games in Nepal

Advantages of Games

     We can have many disadvantages if we play games. We can strengthen our body and mind. We can learn many virtues and lessons. outdoor games teach us teamwork and lesson of co-operation. They also outdoor games teach us the ways of being disciplined and well mannered. In the outdoor games, we have to complete with the opponent teams. We can develop our self-confidence and the feeling of sound competition. We can learn how to observe the rules and regulations properly.
Games in Nepal
Games in Nepal

Games Essay

    Games should be played fairly. We can learn how to be fair in our life. In order to win the games, we must work hard. Hard work is the key to success. The habit of being hard-working can be fostered through games. We can be active and energetic. If we play games properly. We can make many friends. We can be famous players. We can earn prestige, too. We can get opportunities to visit many places and meet many people.

   By taking part actively in the outdoor games, we can promote our mental capacity. Entertainment is one of the means of having a happy life. Games provide us entertainment. By playing games, we can keep our body and mind healthy if we play indoor and outdoor games properly.
Games in Nepal
Games in Nepal

Disadvantages of Games

   Games have only a few disadvantages. If we play for a long time, we may damage our health condition. If some bad players break the rules in the tournaments willingly, there can be misunderstanding and quarrel. Unfortunately, some players can be injured in the games. Some students are fond of playing games at all time. They weaken their study. They never complete their homework.

Conclusion: Games should be played properly in the proper time. The players should promise to take part in the games in the true spirit of sportsmanship and to respect the rules and regulations. If games are properly played, certainly we can benefit from them.
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Child Rights

Child Rights

    In the general meaning, child right is such an entitlement, which a state should ensure for children to live. A state should ensure for the children rights because they are the future-stars and the pillars of the state.

           If you talk about the misuse of the child labor we can say that poverty or stupidity and cruel thinking of the people is the root of ignoring the child right.

Child Rights Essay

Child Rights
Child Rights


       If you want to mention about kinds of child right, we have to refer the natural jobs of a child. When a child takes birth on the earth he has some natural right such as rights of sucking his mother breast and eating foods, rights to play and the right to gain knowledge naturally. So, his parents and guardians must provide him such rights. More talking about the child right, they must not be banned to take birth from their mother's wombs. Nowadays most of the mothers are banning their children from natural rights. If you emphasize on child right every mother should be banned to have an abortion. And after taking birth on the earth, every child must not be banned from his natural child right. They must not be kept servant like an animal. If a couple isn't able to make natural right available, they need not have a child.
Child Rights
Child Rights

       The present condition of child right is very bad in our country. In the one hand, many journalists write about child right and many leaders give speeches about child right, however, on the other hand, many children are dying of starvation at streets. Millions of embryos of children are being aborted every year. If you have the right to take birth on the earth.?

       In my view, the state should make rules in favor of the children and strictly be implemented throughout the country. The family planning programmer should be taken compulsorily and abortion
should be banned.

Every parent should be aware of the child right. Keeping a child servant should be made illegal. The child right should be ensured by the state and child labor must be banned and their natural right must be protected.
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Nepal Banda : Strike in Nepal

Nepal Banda

     "When no work is done because disagreement as overpay or working condition is said to be a strike", defines Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. In other words, when workers do not go to work they do not join work or stop working in their office or factory demanding something for themselves is called a strike. Workers go on strike when their concerned body does not listen to them or does not meet the criteria given to them. The strike has become the most powerful weapon of workers all over the world.

Nepal Banda: Strike in Nepal

        On the other hand, Banda is also a strike which is held by the political parties or the organization. When there is a strike in every sector in Nepal, it is called Nepal Banda. During Nepal Banda, no vehicle is seen in the streets or on the roads; no shop opens; no students go to school and no public service place serves the people. Public as well as private vehicles are kept safe before Nepal Banda due to the panic created by the organizers.
Strike in Nepal
Strike in Nepal

Advantages of Nepal Banda

  Nepal Banda has some advantages although people have suffered a lot
1: It saves the foreign currency that is used to buy natural oil.
2: It helps in reducing pollution caused by factories and vehicles.
3: It helps people to be healthy because they have to walk and walking is good for health.
4: School children and busy parents can be together with mobiles in their hands.
5: It saves money because we cannot go shopping.
6: It can be a pleasing moment because we can do whatever we like at home.
7: If it is already declared, we can go somewhere to visit our relatives.
8: It can bring a positive change in the nation as in the popular movement, 2063.
9: It helps to reduce road accident.

Disadvantages of Nepal Banda

  On the contrary, it has also a number of disadvantages,
1: It makes people's life more sorrowful,
2: It forces people to stay at home because they can go nowhere,
3: They are bounded to walk over a long distance at any cost,
4: Daily waged workers have to remain hungry,
5: Patients or pregnant women lose their lives because they cannot go to hospital,
6: A dead body may remain at home/in the hospital because their children or relatives are unable to come,
7: Businessmen and industrialists may have a great loss for they have to pay their workers whether it is a strike or not,
8: Students may have a loss of study,
9: A person may get stuck in a strange place,
10: There are many be a clash between police and demonstrators,
11: There is a scarcity of everyday needs,
12: People are deprived of their fundamental rights,
13: It causes air pollution due to burning tires by demonstrators, etc.
Strike in Nepal
Strike in Nepal

   On the other hand, Nepalese people are really tired of listening to unwanted Nepal Banda. Whether there is a public support or not, political parties or the organizations summon Nepal Banda. Not only they but also non-public concerned sectors, too, call on Banda just only their benefits. Therefore, this kind of the wrong tradition must be stopped by disobeying them. Besides, one who summons Banda should seek an alternative.
     In conclusion, they must stop Banda forever because they do not have the right to snatch away people's food and job. Although it can be used as a weapon when people need a drastic change in the nation for them, it is really a bad practice.
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Balanced Diet: Way of LIfe

Balanced Diet

  Food which is hygienic with just enough quantity, quality and variety of nutrients needed for a person to be healthy is said to be a balanced diet.

Balanced Diet: Way of LIfe

Balanced Diet
Balanced Diet


        The essential nutrients are carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals, fats, and water. Carbohydrates provide us energy to mental and physical work. Likewise, protein forms muscle and muscular organs. Similarly, vitamin helps to conduct organs. Fat provides us warmth and calories when there is a lack of carbohydrates. Minerals assist to form strong bones and water is much more essential because our body contains nearly 70% water.

       The food we eat must be right. The proper amount of food with proper calories and other nutrients should be in our physical and mental labor. Eating too many causes over malnutrition and eating less causes malnutrition.
Way of LIfe
Way of LIfe

            To obtain carbohydrates, we should eat rice, maize, wheat, and sweet food. For fat, ghee, butter, or oil, is used. The fruits, vegetables and the sun are the sources of vitamins. For minerals, calcium, iron, iodine, meat, milk, eggs should be eaten. Seeds, soybeans, milk, and meat contain protein. Every food contains water. Moreover, we must drink 2-3 liters of water every day.

      To sum up, hygienic or balanced diet is needed for mental and physical fitness. In order words, a balanced diet, if practiced in our body that resists diseases to attack us.
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Health : Physical, Mental and Social Fitness

Health

   Health can be defined as the state of being physically mentally and sociably fit. Therefore, it is the condition of fitness of the mind, body and a person's social relation. Moreover, health is not only the absence of diseases, but also the presence of normal activities.

Health : Physical, Mental and Social Fitness

Health
Health


    If a person is healthy, they can do mental, rational, creative and physical work. They can keep up with the world. Likewise, they will be able to raise their standard of life. Basic needs never trouble them. They can fight for the conservation of the natural resources. Wheres, bad health creates so many troubles in a person's life. Similarly, it makes them victim of different diseases and leads them to perform different abnormal activities. Moreover, it lessens will power, and then hesitation feeling arouses due to bad health causing lifetime frustration.
Health : Physical, Mental and Social Fitness
Health : Physical, Mental and Social Fitness

     To be healthy, firstly, the environment should be favorable and pollution-less. Secondly, laughter and exercises are essential. Thirdly, balanced diet is a must, and lastly we need happiness and satisfaction. These things enable a person to develop their immune power, to think rationally and live sociably as a human.

       Conclusion: To sum up, health is a person's such a power that makes them fit in every aspect of social and natural life. It helps them to think positively for the advancement of the living beings in the world. So that everyone can have a quality-life whether it is the tiger or man or an incest.
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Corruption in Nepal

Corruption

     The misuse or abuse of power to do illegal things for money or certain advantages is corruption. It is the act of dishonesty and immorality. To influence a public person or a government official by using the power or by giving bribe is also corruption. Similarly, if a public official does something for somebody illegally by taking a bribe is corruption as well.

Corruption in Nepal
Corruption in Nepal

Corruption in Nepal

     The word "corruption" has been an everyday word for media, NGOs, leaders and social workers. No country in the world is free from corruption. The most corrupted people are found in the world countries like Nepal, India, and Africa. In the context of  Nepal, there is corruption everywhere. Whether it is a CDO office in providing citizenship cards or it is a customs office in receiving tax or it is a ministry in providing jobs or it is constructive physical work, there smells corruption.

         Furthermore, we can even find an example of corruption in nursery schools, too. Some teachers or parents also try to corrupt a pre-primary child by saying, "Come on. Take this toffee, and if you finish writing ABC .., I will give you another toffee again." Although it is not illegal, giving a toffee is a bribe too. The same toffee can be used as a reward when they have done something good. In my opinion, it is the starting point of bribery.

  Similarly, people, previously, were somewhat moral and conscious of honesty but these days they only run after money. The main goal in their life is to be prosperous with modern physical facilities. For them, salary is the "show teeth of an elephant" and bribery is the "real chewing teeth".

    Although "how to solve the problem of corruption?" has become more complex, it is not so difficult to lessen or eradicate corruption, there should be punishment and reward system in every field. Laws against corruption is to be brought into effective practice, The laws should rule the country. Unhealthy competition must be discouraged. In conclusion: corruption is such a social crime that makes a coutry fall behind in every field.
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Drug Addiction

Drug Addiction

    The using of some abusing narcotic drugs for a momentary joy is called drug addiction. Opium, hashish, heroin, cannabis etc. are the example of those main abusing narcotic drugs.
Drug Addiction
Drug Addiction

     In the past, the rich people who wanted to make their senses pleasant and the bereaved people who wanted to remove their trouble from the mind used to smoke from some plants like tobaccos. They said that there were eatable and non-eatable things on the earth. They used to eat only the eatable things in the earth. They used to eat only the eatable things. They thought that the non-eatable things would pollute the thinking or damage the health. Then after the many generations, thought the alcohol was old-fashioned. They wanted something new for making the sense pleasantly dull. Hence, they got narcotic drugs in the form of tablets, capsules and syprus, in this way, the drugs addiction took place as a troublesome problem in the world.

Drug Addiction


     The drug addiction begins from the children of rich people this is because their parents have earned a lot of money. When they are under the parent's order, they can be safe from the addiction. But after out of order they easily fall in such addiction. They have no work to do. They have their servants do even a small household work. There is nothing for expending their money. Their parents supply all and all things they need. Then there have a problem: where to go, what to do and how to expend money. At last, they are mis-leaded by them friends or relatives and fall in addiction that easily transfer to the other persons who are in the trouble or some failure or unsuccessful love.

       Thus, drug addiction has become a major global problem as an unrecoverable disease. The drug criminals have a worldwide network for trafficking it. It has also become an easy medium for transferring HIV/AIDS and other diseases.

    For the solution of this problem every person, every couple, every family, every society and every country has to think in the right time. Prevention is better than care.
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Natural Disaster in Nepal

Natural Disaster in Nepal

    Disaster means a sudden, accidental event that causes many deaths and injuries. The disaster causes naturally is called a natural disaster. Most disasters also result in significant property damage. Common natural causes of disasters include earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and typhoons (storms), and tornadoes (hurricane). Tsunamis (popularly, but incorrectly, known as tidal waves), volcanic eruptions, wildfires, and landslides and avalanches rank among the other natural forces that sometimes create disasters.
Natural Disaster in Nepal
Natural Disaster in Nepal

Natural Disaster Essay

       The forces of nature produce not all disasters. Many modern-day disasters involve accidents aboard passenger-carrying airplanes, ships, or railroads. Other "man-made" disasters can be traced to the collapse of the building, bridges, tunnels, and mines, as well as to explosions and fires unintentionally triggered by humans.

       There are two types of disasters- quite unexpected and unexpected. Earthquake and volcano are quite unexpected and unseen natural disasters because they can happen suddenly. People don't have time to be safe themselves from such disasters. Thousands or millions of people may be killed within a minute. The landslide, foods are the result of continuous rainfall. We can be safe from such natural disasters because they don't happen suddenly but slowly.

       There are different causes of natural disasters. Many of them are natural causes. Earthquake and volcano take place due to internal natural laws. Man either can have knowledge before they erupt nor can prevent or stop them. But floods and landslides take place due to the human mismanagement also. When the natural balance is disturbed, there is much rain in one region whereas in the other parts of the earth there is no rain at all. Except for those events, there are the epidemics.

    Though most of the natural disasters can't be stopped or prevented they can be made less devasting by having good management. You can certainly. minimize their effect. Due to the negligence of natural disaster, hundreds of people have been burying in the landslides and drowning into the flood in our country. The efforts to save the victims are not enough. For a successful attempt, something more has to be done effectively and well.
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AIDS : Not a Disease

AIDS

  AIDS or Aids is an illness due to HIV that attacks the body's immune power, system and makes a person unable to resist infection, cancer and neurological disorders leading a person to death. AIDS stands for "Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome". Aids itself is not a disease but enables other diseases to grow in the body. It was first found in 1983 AD but in Nepal in 1988.

  AIDS : Not a Disease

AIDS
AIDS


        The incubation period of AIDS can be very long from 2 or 3 years to 10 years. The initial stage seems to be complex. Starting symptoms are the regular loss of weight; fever; diarrhoea for about a month and skiin rashes.

       AIDS gets passed to a person through sexual intercource with a HIV infected person; HIV infected blood transfusion; non-sterilized needles and HIV infected mother to her baby. Moreover, drug addition is also a major cause. It never gets transmitted by shaking hands, hugging, water, mosquite bite, kissing, sleeping, together, using same pot to eat and drink, and clothes used by the person who is AIDS affected victim. The treatment of AIDS is usually for prevention against other diseases.

   Moreover, the main cause for the spread of HIV-AIDS is unawareness of sexual intercource, Even a single contact makes a person victim. Contraceptives like condom is essential to prevent it. Prostitide centers, foreign employment and girl trafficking. have transmitted AIDS to the Nepalese people directly or indirectly. It is said that there are nearly 40,000 AIDS affected people in Nepal.

   In conclusion : Safe-sexual intercourse and love to its victims can only control AIDS. AIDS affected people should unite and take the lead in social activities against AIDS and other diseases.
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Momo - Nepali Steamed Food

MOMO

I like Indian spicy food and continental food, but I love Nepali food most. I like Momo very much. As its origin is Tibetan food.

Momo - Nepali Steamed Food

Momo
Momo


          Momo, a steamed food,seems to be very popular among the people of the urban area of Nepal. The white round balls are made up of different ingredients- flour, round balls are made up of different ingredients- flour, minced meat or vegetables and hot spices. It is made by steaming or frying spiced Kima wrapped in dough. There are different types of momos- Buff Momos, Mutton Momo, Chicken Momo, and Veg  Momo. They may be steamed or fried. Buff Momo is quite popular among Nepali students or people especially in the Kathmandu Valley because of Newar society. It is nearly half the price of Mutton Momo. Vegetarians prefer veg Momo. Momo is usually served with Chutney soup or meat soup.

        On the other hand, Momo shops have given job opportunities to many people. Because of its popularity, some people have started their cottage industries based on Momo like Momo-spices, Momo-Chutney, Minced meat and so on. A Momo shop can start their Momo-Business.


     Although Momo is a popular snack, meat used in it is hardly hygienic. Therefore, Momo can be the best food if meat is hygienc and well steamed. It can be an international food as popular as pizza if we publicize it.

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Earthquake in Nepal

Earthquake

     An earthquake is a sudden and violent shaking of the ground caused by the movement of the earth's crust. In other words, the vibrations in the earth crust causing the ground to shake is an earthquake or a quake. There is hardly any land that has not been struck by earthquakes whether it is Chile or Japan or Nepal or Pakistan or India.

Earthquake in Nepal

Earthquake in Nepal
Earthquake in Nepal


     Nepal, where the Himalayas are still rising, forced ever upward by the movement of the Indian Subcontinent plate as it drives into great Asain plate at a rate of 2 cm per year. That is why tremors of a magnitude of 4 and 5 occur a dozen or so times a year in Nepal. The major devastating earthquakes of 1984 AD in Kathmandu destroyed a quarter of the capital's building and killed some seventeen thousand people inside is a single minute. Similarly, the 1988 quake in the eastern region killed nearly seven hundred people making thousands of people homeless.

      The recent earthquake on 25th April 2015 with epicenter at Barpak, Gorkha, was officially recorded, of 7.8 rector scale and it occurred at 11.56 am NST with 8.2 km depth which can hardly be forgotten in one's life. Nearly 9000 people were killed; 22000 were injured and 3.5 million people were made homeless by this giant earthquake. It is also affected by the neighboring countries-China, Bangladesh and India. After that continuous aftershocks occurred throughout Nepal at the interval of 15-20 minutes. The biggest aftershocks occurred on 26 April 2015 at 4.59 am was 6.7 magnitude and on May 12, 2015, at 12.54 pm NST was of the magnitude of 7.3.

    This devasting Nepal Earthquake-2015 not made people cry with dreadful terrors in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, Rasuwa, Kabhre, Gorkha, Dhading, and Dolakha but also it destroyed UNESCO worlds heritage sites like Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. This disastrous earthquake, as it started to occur, made millions of people run out of their homes to a nearby open place- praying their days and nights under tents for several days. The parents, whose children were still babies, suffered a lot mentally and physically. They could neither get back their homes nor could take care of their children or parents in the open space, but anyway time healed the terrible situation. It also aroused social feelings in people.

          On the contrary, Nepalese people are also said to be lucky because it was Saturday when the demon earthquake stuck in Nepal. If the schools and colleges or offices had open, what would have happened? It would have taken the lives of millions of students in a single minute. Similarly, the Government of Nepal and the Nepalese people learned a great lesson from it. They learned that the houses we build must be safe and anti-earthquake; the streets should be wide and open parks should be everywhere. Adversity always gives one a good lesson and teaches them the way of living.
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Population Problem in Nepal

Population

     The total number of people living in a certain place in a certain time is known as a population. The population consists of males and females. The population is always a flux. Every day some babies are born and some people die. In the context of Nepal, the population is increasing, but the rate of population growth does not seem very challenging.

Population Problem in Nepal

Population Problem in Nepal
Population Problem in Nepal


    Nepal is a developing country. More than 50% of the people are illiterate. They are not fully aware of the adverse effects of population. Illiteracy is one of the major causes of population growth in Nepal. The people who are conservative want to accept as many children as they are naturally born. They think that God gives them their children, and if they try to stop giving birth to their babies, God will be unhappy with them. The second cause of population growth in Nepal is lack of a balanced diet. People along with their children are not completely healthy. Many children die every day. Parents are not sure that all the children can be alive. Therefore they want to give birth to many children.

      Most of the people are poor in Nepal. They feel that more hands in a family mean more income in the future. Especially farmers and laborers want to give birth to many babies. They hope that their children can help them in their fieldwork. Thus the next cause of the rapid population growth in poverty. Because of polygamy system, too, the population is increasing. The system of polygamy in our society helps to increase our population. A man gets married to more women, and these women give birth to more babies. Another cause of population growth is immigration to Nepal from our neighboring countries.

    There are many adverse effects of uncontrolled population growth. It brings many problems such as natural disasters, crimes, and poverty. If the population increases rapidly, a country cannot use the money for the development. More people means more problems, Growing population clears the jungle for agriculture and settlement. Then the pollution gets increased. Theft and robbery can take place in society. People have to face the problem of unemployment.

          We can control over population growth in some ways. Firstly, we have to educated people do not want to give birth to many children.
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