Lava Kafle feature in VOW Voice of Women Male Section

Lava Kafle feature in VOW Voice of Women Male Section

Lava Kafle feature in VOW Voice of Women Male Section photography by Sanu Maharjan



2012 The Awakening

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If extraterrestrials influenced human history, can evidence of their existence be found in hidden tunnels and caverns around the world? Could a cave in Ecuador contain metallic books inscribed with secrets of alien technology? Was an ancient underground city in Turkey built with alien help… or as a refuge from an alien attack? Rumors of the U.S. military working alongside aliens in a secret base inside a mesa in New Mexico continue to swirl, Native American legends mention strange inner-Earth beings, and recent archaeological discoveries in the Yucatan may point to an extraterrestrial reality behind.


Playlist: (Contain all videos for season 2)

History Channel — Ancient Aliens — Underground Aliens
(Season 2 Episode 4)
November 18, 2010


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yoga leadership

Dale Myers' Blog: Think. Plan. Act. Repeat.

pic yogaTwo or three times each week a group of ten to fifteen of us file into a small mirrored room with a hardwood floor and soft ambient lighting. We claim our usual spaces, roll out our mats, and begin the process of warming our muscles, loosening our joints and preparing our minds for the workout that will soon begin.

Our teacher on this and most days is Loan (pronounced Low-on). She is a Vietnamese immigrant with a young family, a friendly smile, and a work ethic that brings many “workout warriors” to their knees.

Over the next 60 minutes, Loan leads the group through a series of moves (called poses), focusing on increasing flexibility, balance, and strength. We follow her visual and verbal instructions the best our bodies allow. Half way through I am drenched with sweat but continue. She leads us by example, with energy, encouragement, and subtle challenges.


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night runners

Musings from an American-Nepali Household

While we were at S-di’s place for Maghe Sankranti, in addition to M-dai’s story about the flatulent Peace Corp teacher, they told me a story about how they had recently attended a wedding party for one of the local Bhutanese refugee families, and that during the party one of the guests became possessed by a spirit or a god that wanted the party organizers to know that some ritual during the wedding had been conducted incorrectly. This went on for a while, and eventually two other people became possessed as well, and it created a bit of a ruckus at the party. That started a brief discussion about what actually transpired—was it a delusion? Or acting? Or real?

It reminded me of another story from my time in Kenya:

A week after arriving in Nairobi and going through program orientation our professors brought us to Western Kenya—Nyanza Province…

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annapaurna trekkking route in nepal

Amanding's Blog

Makalu Barun TrekMakalu Barun Valley Trek
Maximum Altitude: 5300 mtrs.
Duration of Trek: 21 days camping

Makalu is the world’s fifth highest peak and this dramatic trek to its base camp affords the determined trekker an excellent view of the peak’s pink-hued granite south face. This is also a superb trek for any nature lover who is also prepared to enjoy grappling with the challenge of some fairly adventurous trekking. Anyone keen on plants and animals will be in a natural history paradise in this area, where more than 3,000 species of flowering plants have been recorded and where the wildlife includes the endangered red panda, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, clouded leopard and possibly the snow leopard as well. More than 400 species of birds thrive here also. Our trek moves from Khandbari, the last bazaar town of the Arun Valley, with its whitewashed houses and cobblestoned main street, to Seduwa…

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GraphHopper – A Java routing engine

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This article will show you the most basic steps required to make ElasticSearch working for the simplest scenario with the help of the Java API – it shows installing, indexing and querying.

1. Installation

Either get the sources from github and compile it or grab the zip file of the latest release and start a node in foreground via:

bin/elasticsearch -f

To make things easy for you I have prepared a small example with sources derived from jetwick where you can start ElasticSearch directly from your IDE – e.g. just click ‘open projects’ in NetBeans run then start from the ElasticNode class. The example should show you how to do indexing via bulk API, querying, faceting, filtering, sorting and probably some more:

To get started on your own see the sources of the example where I’m actually using ElasticSearch or take a…

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