यो महिनाको ८ दिन ठमेलको विक्रमशील महाविहार विशेष उत्सवमय भयो । ५ महाविहारका धर्मगुरु जम्मा भए । स्वर्ण अक्षरको प्रज्ञापारमिता पाठ गरे । अनि भगवान्लाई ८४ व्यञ्जन खानेकुरा खुवाए ।
‘सुनले लेखिएको यो एक मात्रै प्रज्ञापारमिता हो, जसलाई हामीले पुस्तौंदेखि जोगाइरहेका छौं,’ महाविहारका सदस्यसचिव रहेन्द्रप्रसाद प्रधानले सुनाए, ‘यो सत : सहर्षसिर्खा प्रज्ञापारिता हो । यो मञ्जुश्रीकै पालामा सुनको अक्षरले लेखिएको हो ।’
प्रज्ञापारिमिता चार वेदजस्तै हो । यो पनि चार खण्डमा छ । पहिलो खण्ड ‘य’ हो । ‘य’ भनेको वायुतत्त्व हो । दोस्रो खण्ड ‘र’ बाट सुरु हुन्छ । ‘र’ भनेको अग्नितत्त्व हो । तेस्रो खण्ड ‘ल’ हो । ‘ल’ भनेको पृथ्वी तत्त्व हो । चौथो खण्ड ‘व’ बाट सुरु हुन्छ । ‘व’ भनेको वायुतत्त्व हो । ‘बौद्ध दर्शनमा पञ्चतत्त्वको महत्त्व छ । वायु, अग्नि, पृथ्वी र जलतत्त्वको बयान गरिएको छ । पछि आकाश तत्त्व थपियो,’ प्रधान भन्छन्, ‘जीव, निर्जीव सबैमा ४ तत्त्व हुन्छन् ।’…
Lai Lai Kathai Bari Lai original song by Ketan Chhetri: Voice of Nepal Sanish Shrestha vs. Nepal Idol group. This performance put Sanish in the spotlight. Expect him to be on TOP 4.
Popular SUNA SAILI Nepali Song – Hemanta Rana performing at Nepal Idol vs. Ram Limbu singing at Voice of Nepal
Not trying to compare with the great Hemanta Rana singer but I thought Ram Limbu sang this song very well. This is like the shining moment of Buddha Lama singing “Jitera Gai Ya Harera Gai” song.
Nirmal Purja snapped the photograph of an overcrowded Mount Everest summit while on a quest to climb the 14 tallest mountains in the world in record time.
The photograph of a traffic jam of climbers leading to the summit of Mount Everest in May went viral, evidence of the mountain’s surging appeal among thrill-seekers and the overcrowding that has caused deaths and pollution.
The photographer — Nirmal Purja, known as Nims — is a Nepali mountaineer who has been on a journey to climb the world’s tallest peaks in rapid succession, showcasing local climbers as central actors in the history of Himalayan feats.
He and his all-star Sherpa team call the mission Project Possible, with a goal of summiting all 14 of the world’s peaks higher than 8,000 meters (a little more than 26,000 feet) in seven months.
Amnesty International today issued a travel warning calling for possible travelers and visitors to the United States to exercise extreme caution when traveling throughout the country due to rampant gun violence, which has become so prevalent in the United States that it amounts to a human rights crisis. It aims to hold up a mirror to the U.S. using the model of the United States Department of State’s travel advice for U.S. travelers to other countries.
“Travelers to the United States should remain cautious that the country does not adequately protect people’s right to be safe, regardless of who they might be. People in the United States cannot reasonably expect to be free from harm – a guarantee of not being shot is impossible,” said Ernest Coverson, campaign manager for the End Gun Violence Campaign at Amnesty International USA. “Once again, it is chillingly clear that the U.S. government is unwilling to ensure protection against gun violence.”