Monday, December 31, 2012


There are many kinds of service providing institution in our city. We can live an easier. Safer and comfortable life because of these institutions. Some of these institutions are:
Post office:  is a social institution which has a nationwide network. A post man rings our letter and delivers than to the right destination.
Hospital: is another social institution to provide service to the public. There are many hospital, health post nursing homes and private clinic in our city. Doctor examines the patients and prescribes medicines.
Police station: is another service rendering institution our city. The police maintain law and order in the society. The police protect people from thieves, pick pockets ad murders.
There are many private as well as government bank set up our district. They provide lone for income generating business. We as the bank and save our money. We can without our amount if needed.
There are other social institution like, diriking water corporation, Nepal telecom, Nepal oil corporation, Nepal airlines office etc.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Bhanubhakta Acharya

Bhanubhakta Acharya

A Statue of Bhanubhakta Acharya in Kathmandu,Nepal.
Born 1814 (1871 B.S)
Chundi Ramgha, Tanahu District, Nepal
Died 1868 (1925 B.S)
Occupation poet
Bhanubhakta Acharya (1814 AD - 1868 AD) The first poet of Nepal. He translated the great epic 'Ramayana' from Sanskrit to Nepali.
Nepalese people cannot forget the day Ashar 29, "Bhanujayanti"(July 13), the birthday of Bhanubhakta Acharya, who is also more popularly known as "Neplaka Adikavi"(Nepal's original poet).
"Adikavi" in reference to Bhannubhakta had first been used by Motiram Bhatta. While writing a biography of Bhanubhakta in 1981, Motiram described him as Adikavi, not because he was the first poet in Nepali. As Motiram himself recognized, there were many poets before Bhanubhakta. Instead, he argued that Bhanubhakta deserved the title because he was the first poet who wrote with an understanding of the "marma"(inner essence) of poetry.
Bhanubhakta Acharya Bhanubhakta Bhanubhakta (1814-1868) was a Nepali poet who translated the great epic "Ramayana" from Sanskrit to Nepali. Born to a Brahmin family in 1814 in Tanahu, he received at home an excellent education with a strong leaning towards religion from his grandfather.
After the fall of the Khas Empire in the 15th century, its language which evolved into present day Nepali was considered bastardized and limited to speech. Sanskrit dominated most of the written texts of South Asia and its influence was particularly strong in Nepal. Brahmins were the teachers, scholars and priests of the society by virtue of their caste. Their education was Sanskrit-oriented since most religious texts of the Hindu religion were in that language.
Many wrote poetry that was too heavily Sanskritized. Bhanubhakta was definitely "the" writer who gained the acceptance of a wide range of people and his creations played a key role in popularizing the written form of the Khas language.
Bhanubhakta's contribution was unique. Children who received an education at the time began their studies with light epics such as the "Ramayan" and graduated to the more complex "Upanishads" and "Vedas." Ram's heroic exploits were highly impressive to Bhanubhakta, so he decided to make the deity more accessible to the people who spoke Khas. (Since the social order did not encourage literacy, most country people did not understand anything when epics were read out to them in Sanskrit.)
When completed, his translation of the Ramayan was so lyrical that it was more like a song than a poem.
Bhanubhakta did not study Western literature. All his ideas and experiences were derived from his native land. This lent such a strong Nepali flavor to his writing that few poets have been able to equal his simple creations in terms of content: a sense of religion, a sense of simplicity, and the warmth of his country are the strongest features of his poetry. Those who read the first lines of the Bhanubhakta Ramayan can clearly feel Nepal in them.
Bhanubhakta was a young boy from a wealthy family and was leading an unremarkable life until he met a grass cutter who wanted to give something to society so that he could be remembered after death too. After listening to the grass cutter Bhanubhakta felt ashamed of himself. So by the inspiring words of the grass cutter, he wrote these lines:
He gives his life to cutting grass and earns little money, he hopes to make a well for his people so he will be remembered after death, this high thinking grass cutter lives in poverty, I have achieved nothing, though I have much wealth. I have neither made rest houses nor a well, all my riches are inside my house. This grass cutter has opened my eyes today, my life is worthless if the memory of my existence fades away.

Bhanubhakta wrote two masterpieces in his life. One, obviously, is the "Bhanubhaktey Ramayan" and the other is a letter he wrote in verse form to the prime minister while in prison. Due to some misunderstanding in signing the papers, he was made a scapegoat and put into prison. His health became bad and he was given false hopes of being set free. For a long time his case was not even heard. So he wrote a petition to the all-powerful prime minister requesting his freedom.
Everyday I see kind authorities and they get rid of my worries. I am at peace and at night I watch dances for free. I do what my friends - mosquitoes, fleas, and bedbugs - say: the mosquitoes sing and the ticks dance, I watch their play. I was jobless, wealth-less, my hard-earned food came from the spade, I served those people so everyone would notice me and give me respect. Without wavering I served and they were pleased and they gave overflowing attention that is never, ever, taken away. I am 40, I have a son who is eight years old. The time for celebrating his manhood-ceremony is close. I am rotting inside these four walls, so what can I do, my Lord? How can I complete the ceremony in this darkness-filled world. The secret of success should be given by the father, the lessons of life should be given by the mother, my child has yet to study the Vedas and serve his teacher, therefore to you, my Owner, I repeat my prayer. Even while a great ruler like you own this earth, a Brahmin's rituals of manhood are being delayed. Whose feet do I have to place my sorrow at except yours? Please take pity on me and decide my case for better or worse. My body is weak, it is made of grain and water. How shall I say what has befallen me here? I have suffered much sorrow, my body grows heavy, and I have been ill for many days. I was imprisoned for a long time at Kumarichowk, illness came upon me there and after much trouble I went home. When I became well they brought me here, now you, my Owner, you are my only hope. Whatever I explained to the authorities in writing is true. But others' answers and written proofs, I am told, have proved wrong all that I have said. I told them I would pay their fines a thousand-fold. But they say they have signatures on papers and letters, they say their witnesses have many more tales. I said I would not plead, I would rather be false, I will say anything that gets me outside these walls. I have no wish to spend the rest of my life in this quarrel. I have no wish to become a millionaire and fill my house with treasures. Days pass by uselessly and I cannot comfort myself if you would decide my case it would be a great help. I have talked with the warden and he does not speak. Even if he does, his: "tomorrow, tomorrow," sounds like a joke. What are these tomorrows? It would be better to know I won't be freed. Many tomorrows passed. Please fill this empty bag of mine, I beg.

Bhanubhakta not only won his freedom with his poem, but was given a bag of money as well. So passed the most dangerous and exciting time of his life. He died in 1868 as a simple man who did not know he would be among the most revered poets of Nepal. Perhaps, it is only he and Laxmi Prasad Devkota that have become literary gods in this country. The only difference between the two is that Devkota's works continue to enjoy as much celebrity as the great poet himself, while Bhanubhakta's fame tends to overshadow his writings.
However, his creation was not published and he was to die without receiving credit for his contribution. It was in 1887 that Moti Ram Bhatta found his manuscript and printed it in Benaras, India. Bhanubhakta Acharya is considered the first poet writing in Nepali language. Poets before him in Nepal usually wrote in Sanskrit. One of his writings is well known for its colorful, flowing praise of Kathmandu valley and its inhabitants.But he has been a lost identity. His works are not as famous as other poets in Nepal's history of literature


The structure of our society is patriarchal. Discrimination are practiced between son and daughter in different ways. In many place, gender discrimination is practiced. Many rural parents do not send their daughters to school. They think the daughters to school. They think the daughters are sent in other house. In many workplaces, female workers are provided less salary than male workers. It is an unjust practice.
Religion is the matter of an Individual’s free choice. The practice of discriminating people in terms of caste religion, cloture, region and language is wrong. Untouchobility is a social evil deeply-rooted in our society for centuries. We need to uproot such practice. Nobody is superior or inferior by caste. Great poet Laxmi Parsed Devkota has said, “Maanish tholo dilale huncha, jaatale hundain.”
Playing card and gambling cause quarrel and economic weakness. Many youths are found victim of thase evils. During festive celebration, people play cards, gamble and take alconolic drinks. We need to develop the habit of celebration festivals in simpler and economic ways.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Chhabdi Barahi

Chabdi barahi lies in Damuli tanahun chabdi barihi is also popular temple in tanahun. Many people go there to worship the goddesses Barahi it lise in vyasnagar palika . it’s a religious place it is in hilly sidy. There is straighat road to go to  Barai temple. It is far from pitch road many people go there by buss,jeeps etc but many people go by foot. They said that how many trouble we face to go to the temple we get success in our all work. There  is also one pound in this temple it is situated at the bottom of hill it is in the middle of jungle. There is one priest in this temple who helps people to worship goddess. People give panchhabali in this temple. Most of people who go in this temple give bali there is always crowd of people in this people. There’s big crowd in dashain and in the first day of year. Many people go there for picnic.
Many religious works are donning here. People come from many place to worship here. People have one strong believe that if they go there with big pray goddess fulfilled there demands.        

Electricity on Tanahun

Electricity on tanahun sciness nhas mad our invention and discoveries. Perhaps of all invention made by science, the invention of electricity has been most wonderful and use full. It’s invention has removed darkness   from our homes and streets.
There is also electricity facility in Tanahun There is one hydro power project in this district. It’s name is marsandi hydro power project. With the develop of electricity there  are 4/many development works in this district. Such as computer, television bulb refrigetor this electricity is generate from water resources. Electricity have developed this district .all the village are of electricity in the development.
So I think there should be development of electricity for the develop[ment of the district.  

Aakala Mandir

Aakala mandir lise in Tanahun district of Gandaki  Zone. It is religious place. Many people go for worship itlise the top of the hills it in near the road sides .we can go there with the help of vechiles. Aakala mandir is the temple of goddesses devi. It is located near the junjle there is one priest in this temple who help the people to worship the goddess. People said that if they go there devi full filled their alldemands.  Many people give panchhawali here people from many districts and place go there from picnic and entertaintment. Here is very comfortable for all people.
There is one river near it. It’s name is magdi. There are many bells around this temple . people give here bali of animal .All of you can come here to visit for picnic entertaintment etc.