Society/Culture

Why Identity Matters: Importance of Identity

August 23, 2019

Identity is defined as “the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity, or the individual characteristics by which a thing or person is recognized or known.” Identity is something that defines who we are. We have different kinds of identities, for instance, public identity, personal identity, private identity, national identity. Our public identity […]

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Therapeutic Value of Reading and Writing: How Reading and Writing Can Actually Help You

March 23, 2019

Writing is Therapeutic Dictionary defines a writer as a person who writes books, stories, articles etc. and chooses a platform (online, print) to get people to read his written works. Dictionary also states that a person who is able to write in his/her chosen language, and has written something is a writer. If you have […]

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How to Tackle Addiction Problems: Tips to Overcome Substance Abuse

October 20, 2018

Any kinds of addictions, whether you are doing drugs, drinking alcohol, or smoking heavily, will certainly destroy you sooner or later. When a person becomes an addict, it is almost certain that he will become a lair, cheater, fraudster, and a difficult person. Unless, the addict is willing to listen to people, nobody can help […]

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Women and Religion: Why Are Women Excluded From Religion

September 11, 2018

Jimmy Carter, former President of the United States, once noted that “Women are prevented from playing a full and equal role in many faiths, creating an environment in which violations against women are justified.” In a speech  delivered to the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Australia Mr. Carter said. “The belief that women are […]

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New Years in Nepal: How Many New Years in One Year

June 20, 2017

On the night of 31st December, along with the world, Nepal welcomes New Year. However, Gregorian calendar is not officially recognized in Nepal. The widely accepted New Year will come only in the middle of April, when Nepal officially celebrates the beginning of New Year. This is according to the Vikram calendar, which is the […]

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Modern Slavery and Slave Owning Societies in the Past: Why Slavery Still Exists?

December 21, 2016

Fire is the most remarkable discovery in the history of humankind, and agriculture is another milestone in the human development. However, between these two great events there is a tremendous gap. Beginning of agriculture-age, twelve thousand years ago, was the first step towards civilization, and apparently, it was the beginning of exploitation and suppression of […]

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Hindu Marriage Rituals

December 25, 2015

The Hindu marriage is an ancient tradition. Hindu marriage rituals and prayers are mentioned in the Hindu Theology Rig Veda, which is said to be at least five thousand years old. Hindu wedding is an elaborate function. Even though most of the Hindus today perform one or two day wedding rituals, the proper Hindu wedding […]

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Religious History Of Nepal

December 18, 2015

Nepal, a country tugged between India and Tibet is a melting pot of Hinduism and Buddhism. The Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, was born in Lumbini, Nepal about 2600 years ago. Some of the Buddhist shrines in Nepal dates back before the Beginning of Common Era. History of Hinduism in Nepal can be traced back […]

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Money Grows On Trees

December 16, 2015

As I am typing this I am also thinking about the ways to make more money. When I finish writing this, I will Google “how to make more money.” In the modern times, money has become more important than anything else. We need money to eat, we need money to cover our bodies, we need […]

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