108 Dried Snails on the Head of Lord Buddha

It is very significance of being bald or making shaved head according to Buddhism. Logically hair is often used as a metaphor for human being’s illusion and ignorance. It’s called “weeds of ignorance” as well. If we shave our head, symbolically we can get rid of those illusions and helps keep our body and mindContinue reading “108 Dried Snails on the Head of Lord Buddha”

The Dalai Lama and The Followers—Three Questions

Just Three Questions and the Answers will Astonish You- Test it Yourself. It was partly raining in the evening in Dharamsala close to the perennial snowline and built along a spur of the Dhauladhar mountain range, Himanchal Pradesh, India. Most of the young people were eagerly waiting to wish His Holiness the Dalai Lama onContinue reading “The Dalai Lama and The Followers—Three Questions”

A Gardener, A Businessman and The Three Water Jars

-By Kamal Shrestha Long time ago, there was a billionaire businessman’s countryside farmhouse which was occupied by a big area with a beautiful garden near a big city. The name of the businessman was Kaustubh Shree who was an anthophile, a flower lover. He always used to visit the farmhouse once in a month toContinue reading “A Gardener, A Businessman and The Three Water Jars”

Three Frogs Right After the End of Lockdown in Nepal

-Kamal Shrestha, 23 July 2020 shyresk@gmail.com It was a rainy season. In the moonlight night, a group of frogs came out from all the corners of paddy fields making sounds – “ribbit, ribbit….” The senior oldest frog summoned all of them to assemble in the open area – “Ribbit, ribbit… Please join the assembly, WeContinue reading “Three Frogs Right After the End of Lockdown in Nepal”

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