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Tireed

Tireed is what i feel right now
"Its so graceful:"
"Its so beautiful:"
"Its so amazing:"
People would say
At this sight.
This sight that i am beholding.
This beautiful sight.
They are right on their terms.
It is beautiful.
This sunset.
This golden radiance it spread.
Everything became beautiful.
The leaves were gold.
The path was gold.
The clouds looked like fire.
The birds were happy
Birds:
Returning home
The animals were happy
From the day's food
And for the night's rest
All were enjoying
Only i couldnt.
Walking down the road alone
I hear laughs
I hear talks
Of them people
Happy people
Enjoying the sunset
Only i couldn't bring myself to be happy
"Loook mommy preetty"
A little boy said pointing at the setting sun
"Ohhh those eyes"
Those innocent ignorant eyes of that kid
All they knew was happiness
Its true that the sunset was beautiful
Only i couldnt think it that way
And so clouldnt you
Right:
My fren "sunset":
Though everbody is haappy
U and i know it.
Only u and i kno
Whats its like to know when ones brilliance is at end
Whats it like to be added set at the back
"Hummphh"
"Sunset"
There is nothing beautiful about it
Nothing at all
It just reminded that night is near by
Darkness is nearby
Its coming
Isnt it my fren.
You who can
Comprehend my state
For us everything is dull
Isnt it
Everytime i want to forget n enjoy
I am like you
I know darkness is just on the edge
Everytime
I want to enjoy
I hear those word
Those despicable words
Those unfair words
Those painful words
Everytime
I hear them echoo
Within me
" i am sorry sir u have blood cancer .....blood cancer.....blood cancerrr"
Hummphh
Sunset
Nothings beautiful about it
Nothing
..
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Tireed

Tireed is what i feel right now
"Its so graceful:"
"Its so beautiful:"
"Its so amazing:"
People would say
At this sight.
This sight that i am beholding.
This beautiful sight.
They are right on their terms.
It is beautiful.
This sunset.
This golden radiance it spread.
Everything became beautiful.
The leaves were gold.
The path was gold.
The clouds looked like fire.
The birds were happy
Birds:
Returning home
The animals were happy
From the day's food
And for the night's rest
All were enjoying
Only i couldnt.
Walking down the road alone
I hear laughs
I hear talks
Of them people
Happy people
Enjoying the sunset
Only i couldn't bring myself to be happy
"Loook mommy preetty"
A little boy said pointing at the setting sun
"Ohhh those eyes"
Those innocent ignorant eyes of that kid
All they knew was happiness
Its true that the sunset was beautiful
Only i couldnt think it that way
And so clouldnt you
Right:
My fren "sunset":
Though everbody is haappy
U and i know it.
Only u and i kno
Whats its like to know when ones brilliance is at end
Whats it like to be added set at the back
"Hummphh"
"Sunset"
There is nothing beautiful about it
Nothing at all
It just reminded that night is near by
Darkness is nearby
Its coming
Isnt it my fren.
You who can
Comprehend my state
For us everything is dull
Isnt it
Everytime i want to forget n enjoy
I am like you
I know darkness is just on the edge
Everytime
I want to enjoy
I hear those word
Those despicable words
Those unfair words
Those painful words
Everytime
I hear them echoo
Within me
" i am sorry sir u have blood cancer .....blood cancer.....blood cancerrr"
Hummphh
Sunset
Nothings beautiful about it
Nothing
..
.
..

MP Appreciates Nepalese Students in Reading

Matt Rodda, MP of Reading East, has appreciated the achievements of Nepalese students in their GCSE this year.  MP Rodda was speaking as chief guest at a programme organised by Nepalese Highly Skilled Migrant Forum Reading to honour the Nepalese community students completing their GCSE this year at the Warehouse, Cumberland Road in Reading on Sunday.

Nepalese students performed well in their GCSE this year from different schools of   Reading including Bulmershe, Reading Girls, Forest, Prospect and others.  A sample of Bulmershe school in Reading showed Nepalese students were nearly 10 % ahead of the average national level GCSE grade this year with 71.3 % achieving A*- C in the GCSE.   This was a remarkable progress of the students, who have a very short history of migration to the UK and are very new to the UK education system.

The sample data of the students' achievement shows, the percentage of achieving A*- has been increasing, while the percentage of lower level D-G grade has decreased drastically in the last few years.  A large number of students of the community have enrolled in renowned Universities for higher education in different subjects including the skills shortage areas like medicine, engineering, IT, science, teaching among others is also the evidence of the improvement.  

MP Rodda said he was very pleased with the remarkable progress made by the Nepalese community students even in a short period of time in the UK education system, and congratulated the students, parents and the whole community.

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After being elected to the parliament in May this year, he said his focus is mainly on three issues facing our constituency and the country:  affordable housing, stop the cuts of Conservative government and fight for more funding to schools and national health services (NHS).  He said Labour government gave priority to the education so increased the funding to the schools during the labour government from 1997 to 2010, while the Conservatives have cut the school budget and there are fewer teachers and less funding to the school.

On behalf of parents, Mr Narayan Somai and Mrs Saraswati Khanal shared their experiences on how to help children to do well in their studies in an effective and responsible manner. We should create an environment of education so they learn themselves without pressurising them, they said.

Student Ayush Shrestha, shedding light on the new curriculum and new marking criteria which made difficult for students to get a higher grade this year, unveiled his GCSE exam preparation tips to achieve better results.

Coordinator of the GCSE Appreciation programme of the HSMP Forum  Chiranjibi Paudyal, presenting sample data of Nepalese students’ performance of Bulmershe school, said that the GCSE results was improving each and every year because of a number of factors including improvement in quality teaching and giving priority to education by Nepalese parents.

MP Rodda presented token of love to the GCSE students,  HSMP Forum Coordinator Dr Nabin Acharya gave away certificates while Sadiksha Giri, who was one of the top three students of Bulmershe school with 10 A* and one A in GCSE,  distributed Nepali flags to the students.

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More than 30 students completed the GCSE from different school this year.  Students, parents and community leaders were present at the programme held under the chairmanship of Bulmershe school student Sadiksha Giri, who was honoured for her excellent achievement in GCSE and inspire the younger generation.

HSMP Forum member Ramesh Kayasth conducted the programme, while co-ordinator of HSMP Forum Reading Dr Acharya extended vote of thanks to the guests and the participants before the conclusion of the programme. The Forum has been organising such programme for the last 7 years with a view to appreciating and celebrating the achievement of students and encouraging them for higher studies and making contributions to community and the country.

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Photo:Anupama Acharya

Beauty and lifestyle: A creation of my Study

Reading, UK
8 July  2017

I do not see myself as just a makeup artist, but an artist in general. I am currently studying graphics design at university and I started my youtube channel as part of a project for my course. The project was about the beauty of colours featured on different skin tones which aren't always shown in the beauty industry. 

The course I do lets me express my views in artistic ways & this freedom gives me the opportunity to raise awareness in what I find is important for my generation. This is why majority of my projects are shown through makeup and photography. I had a real interest in makeup before I studied Graphics Design which led me to combine the two so I could enjoy my course to its full potential. Instead of drawing on paper or using digital programs, I am basically using my face as a canvas and I love it. 

Having a youtube channel has improved my confidence which is shown through every video I post. As my confidence has grown, it has enabled me to share my work further and teach those who want to learn the art of makeup for themselves. The makeup looks I've created so far are what my supporters have asked to see.

I'm hoping that I can take my art to higher levels and one day, be able to collaborate with artists who have inspired me and my work. I also would love for the chance to put my country on the map & be known as a Nepalese artist. I have upcoming projects with different artists as the learning cycle never ends. I take great pride in my work and I'm very excited for what the future holds for me.

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My Pride My Motherland

At the twinkle of the Mt Everest
Shining ever, in peace and prosperity quest,
Proud to own You, my motherland Nepal
The land of treasure, once ruled by the Gopal

Lately freed of monarchy at people’s cost
Wept,but patient, at thousands lost
Generations sovereign, invincible my motherland
With gleaming swords at Bir Balbhadra’s hand

Swayambhu and Pashupati stand in symphony
Himal, Padad, Terai all embrace in harmony,
Your brave lovers today living global
 
Yet vibrantly with You, fostering overall 

My pride my motherland of all land
Whether New Zealand or Switzerland,
Flora and fauna all gather to one block
A top reason the loving tourists to flock

Rich in heritage, rich in hearts
Rich in shared humanly arts, 
Glad to have more Anuradha and Mahabir Pun
For the sake of glowing my adorable dune

Proud of ‘a whole’ Taplejung to Mahendranagar
As sober treasure again, Baglung or Biratnagar, 
Honesty and bravery symbol of the livelihood
All casts and creeds tales of the brotherhood

Always so proud, but upset I felt never
Yes, my motherland, in heart with me forever!

 

On International girls’ day: are our societies creating shame culture through views of menstruation as being ‘impure’?

In so many ways,shame has almost been inbuilt upon us. Especially for girls and women of a certain ethnicity or religion. Today, I want to write about the shame associated with menstruation. I gather courage to write about this very sad way we think/act/accept what menstruation means and therefore, what the girls and women represent. I write this because unless you question the reasoning, unless you speak aloud it will always be the way it was. Over reading some materials, I made a surprising discovery that not just Hinduism but most other religions, apart from Sikhism that have negative/impure connotation associated with menstruation.

As every festival approaches, in amongst the Nepali women, behind closed doors you hear their qualms and worries about their menses. “What am I going to do? I hope I won’t have it. Maybe I should order some of the period-delaying medication?” It is a constant worry. And even though a woman has a big part to play at the festival (active roles in the rituals carried out), if they are in first few days of their menstruation cycle, they cannot take part.

Why are women segregated based on menstruation? There have been some attempt at reasoning in the past; women did not have sanitary resources available.Also given that women were forced to do all the work it was claimed that having such restriction (this generally meant not cooking or entering the kitchen, not sleeping in the high bed, going to the temple, not doing any prayers) allowed them to take a rest, and relieved them from some of the daily duties. One of the rationalities is that by incorporating this restriction as part of religion, people are abided to follow it. In olden days there were very few voices if any, raised to support women and their rights. But does this explain the way they are treated?

It is ironic to me how people view menstruation. It’s a certain body process, revolved around egg and uterus- the very same things involved in pregnancy! If the woman undergoing menstruation and birth is deemed ‘impure’, shouldn’t the child that lived in that woman’s womb for 9 months be impure too? Funnily enough, that would make every person born on earth impure. We need to stop applying double standards!

Reading through some of the articles, one was an interesting and amusing find (http://www.ijssh.org/papers/296-B00...). For example, it is said that in Buddhism, ‘menstruating women are not allowed near the area or the rice will be spoilt’. And, some Russian orthodox christians, ‘menstruating woman’s gaze is also thought to affect the weather negatively.’ Apparently, there was a study by scientists from Harvard to see whether menstrual blood was poisonous or not! (You guess the findings..)

As I was pondering about this issue, one that we shy away from talking perhaps because we feel suddenly changing the way we do things will make our cultures/rituals less important. Or perhaps we want to avoid conflict with family members or society. But, is it not more important that we question the relevance? Is it applicable to the 21st century and is it right? How does it feel to be given ‘awh..what a shame’, ‘what can you do?’ or ‘how many days has it been?’ From each of these encounters, we build shame. While not obvious and outright, it makes girls and women feel that they are unequal, that God sees them as dirty, impure and unequal to the male counterparts. And why would God love you any less, deem you unsuitable to love Him/Her if you were their creation?

What I have mentioned is only scratching the surface of the issue. Some practices are so horrendously unbelievable! I am sure that there are voices who have spoke out on this issue, but our voices need to shout out louder. We need not be afraid, to take back respect for us, for our bodies. We need to celebrate things that serve us and rethink the way things have been done, as it does not always mean they were done correctly. Take ownership and speak up. Lets make the changes starting at very minute level to make the life we want and deserve. I would like to encourage us questioning more about what happens to us and take responsibility for the way we lead our lives.

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