Sunday, November 16, 2014


                                                  SAARC SUBMMIT 2014 IN NEPAL
South Asian Association For Regional Cooperation First ( SAARC ) Summit was held in Bangladesh (Dhaka) on 7-8 December 1985.SAARC Members are Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka  Afghanistan was added Later.
      The SAARC secretariat is based in Kathmandu, Nepal. It coordinates and monitors implementation of activities, prepares for and services meeting, and serves as a channel of communication between the association and its member states as well as other regional organisations.
       The secretariat is headed by the secretary general. Who is appointed by the council of Ministers from member states in alphabetical order for a three year term. The SAARC Secretariat and member states observe 8 December as the SAARC charter Day.
  The 18th SAARC Summit will be held in Nepali Capital Kathmandu on 26-27 November  2014  A.D. and B.S. 2071 Mangsir 10-11 .The  Programme will open National City Hall Pardasanimarga.  GON   expenses 2000 (Two Thousand )  Million.  Here road  was maintain  good. Around Kathmandu Valley Reconstruction  and painting was makes  faster. Traffic police arranged  road well. Security  was satisfied. GON Booked Guest for Soaltee  hotel, Yak and Yeti hotel darbarmarga,  Hyatt Regency Boudhanath sadak. Health is everything for human being. If necessary to admission hospital SAARC guest  Teaching Hospital  was available .This time the summit is taking place after an interval of three years as the  last summit was held in Maldives in 2011.The following heads of state /heads of government of the Eight member countries will participate in the upcoming summit in Kathmandu.
                                              2014  SAARC MEMBER COUNTRIES LIST

Represented By
Sheikh  Hasina
Prime Minister
Narendra  Modi
Prime Minister
Ashraf Ghani
Tshering Tobgay
Prime Minister
Sushil  Koirala
Prime Minister
Nawaz Sharif
Prime Minister
Sri - Lanka
Abdulla Yamen

                                               SAARC SUMMIT RECORD LIST
Sri- Lanka
Sri- Lanka
Sri -Lanka

Important point we discuss by Point to point.
1.The importance of tourism had been recognized since early days of SAARC.
2.The task of promoting tourism was assigned to the SAARC Chamber of commerce and Industry (SCCI) Tourism Council.
3.Approved  establishment of the working group of Tourism.
4.The Leaders stressed that continued efforts would be made by the member states at all levels to promote people to people contact by facilitating travel among SAARC countries.
5.They agreed to take measures to charge nationals of SAARC member states fees for entry into archaeological and heritage sites as applicable to their own nationals.
6.These efforts would include facilitating the movement of people through improved travel infrastructure and air, sea  and land connectivity among the SAARC countries, collaboration in human resource development and the promotion of SAARC as a common destination through public – private partnerships and joint campaigns.
7.It also finalized  a list of activities to be undertaken  for tourism promotion among the SAARC Countries.
8.It also reviewed  the status of implementation of the SAARC and noted with satisfaction that most of the decisions taken earlier have been implemented by the member states.
9.The Minister/Leaders of the delegations in their statements emphasized that concerted efforts should be made by member states to implement all decisions taken by this forum as well as the working group meetings. They reiterated to adopt a collective approach in promoting regional tourism.

Conclusion: Tourism is very interesting profession .We must have eyes to see, ears to listen and desire to learn.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Top Ten Nepali Food.

1.Dal Bhat Tar Kari (Rice, Curru and Lintel) : Number 1 in our list as its a common Nepalese food of Nepalese. Nepalese love to eat rice with lintel and other seasonal vegetable curries. So when you are in Nepal eat as much of Nepalese Thali. 

2.Gundruk  and Dhido :- Gundruk is a traditional dish one Nepal which is made from a fermented spinach which gives a little sour test. GUndruk can be prepared in a different style like gravy or fried or in a form of pickle with hot spices such as chilly, garlic and ginger. Gundruk can be eaten with rice or Dhido. Dhido is a thick porridge without sugar or salt prepared with just a corm flour and water by boiling and cooking in a low heat until it gets thick. Dhido can also be eaten with gundruk, vegetable curry or meat curry or lintel. But the combination of hot Dhido with a gravy Gundruk with fried soybeans goes best. Do not miss Gundruk - Dhido while you are in Nepal Tour. 

3.Kheer: Kheer is a sweet dish prepared with Rice, Milk, Sugar And Ghee (butter) with additional dry fruit flavors such as coconut, cashew, raisin, cinnamon and many others. It is also a kind of porridge but definitely of a Nepalese style. Kheer is also common in South Asian region but try Nepalese one which is a great taste of Nepal for you.   

4.Chau-min: Chaumin comes in our number 4th list. Chaumin is popular dish of Nepal, many people eat as a breakfast or lunch. Chaumin is available in variety of form like Mutton, Chicken, Buff (Buffalo meat) and vegetables. It is fried noodles with different seasonings. Try a spicy chaumin and be full with your appetite in Nepal. 

5.Momo :  Here comes the popular Nepalese food the "Momo" in our list which we have rated umber 5. Momo is very common food in Nepal which is available in every corner of City areas of Nepal. MOMO is a steamed dumplings made of flower and Meat or flower and vegetables and be eaten with a special MOMO sauce.  Most of the Nepalese people order Momo when they visit to restaurants. There are so many MOMO stalls and MOMO shop around Kathmandu some of them have also made a brand in MOMO such as Everest MOMO, Sandar MOMO, Mazic MOMO, Bakery Cafe, and MOMO stalls in Bhat Bhattini super store.    Many people use in Breakfast. Momo is available see ,  veg, chicken, Buff, Mutton . If you want to try little different MOMO you can try fried momo, C-Momo, Soup MOMO or T-Momo. C-MOMO is MOMO cooked with a special gravy with extra chilley. T-Momo a tibetean MOMO is slightly different taste with some unique spices. Le us tell you that if you do not eat Momo while you are visiting Nepal, you should come to Nepal very soon to eat the MOMO.  

6.Aalu Tama : Aalu  Tama is traditional dish prepared especially in hilly region. It is cooked with a fermented bamboo suits, potato and black eyed peas. The taste is little sour but rich in flavor and refreshing taste.   

7.Meat gravy : Gravy Mean is very common dish of Nepal and can be found in every cornor of Nepal. The most common meat gravy are Chicken, Mutton, Pork and Buffalo. This item is also spicy and hot item which is eaten with rice, roti (bread) or Dhido. Onion, Garlic, Ginger, Tomato, Paper, Chilly, curry powder and meat masala are the ingredients of Nepalese Meat gravy.      

8.Fish Curry: Fish is famous Nepalese food. Nepal have a different variety of fresh water fish. The fish found in the cold water of nepalese rivers are great in Taste. Nepalese eat fried fish and gravy fish. The locals from Kathmandu love to travel to nearby places like Kulekhani, Dolalghat, Malekhu and Kakani to eat fresh fish on the weekends. Rainbow trout is a kind which is gaining popularity now a days. You can go to Kakani for the trout fish. There are mainly two kinds of fish one is river fish another is a farm fish. There are government fish farms in Pokhara, Hetauda, Janakpur, Bhairawa and other Cities. Our recommendation is to try fresh cold river water fish which is the delicious one in Nepal.   

9.Aalu Paratha : Aalu  paratha is used in breakfast and lunch. It is prepared by flour, potato, salt, oil with some spices and seasoning. Paratha is a excellent items for vegetarian. Nepal is a vegetarian friendly country. Paratha is found easily in a samosa shop in every corner of city areas.   

10.Sel-Roti: Selroti is the ancient dish of Nepal. Can be used in a Breakfast. Selroti is commonly found in a samosa shop however sel is a special item that Nepalese cook on the ocassion of Deepawali festival and marriage ceremony. 

You should try all these 10 foods when you are travelling in Nepal.  

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Twenty Reason We Should Travel Lumbini.

20 Reasons to visit Lumbini

Lumbini is a Buddhist Pilgrimage site located in the south west region of Nepal which is nearely 300 kms and a 8 hours journey by road from the capital city Kathmandu. It is the Place where, according to Buddhist tradition, Queen Maya Devi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautama in 623 BCE.
Gautama, who achieved nirvana sometime around 543 BC became the Lord Gautama Buddha and founded Buddhism after achieving Enlightenment Lumbini is one of the many reasons for pilgrimage that sprang up in the places pivotal to the life of Gautama Buddha beside other notable pilgrimage sites includes Kushinagar and Bodhgaya
Lumbini has a number of temples built by different countries and  there are several others which are still under construction. Many monuments, monasteries and a museum-the Lumbini International Research Institute- are also located inside the sacred Gaarden.  There are other historically valuable sides which are the main attraction to the foreign visiters. Maya devi Temple the exact place where Buddha was born, similarly there also located the Puskarini or Holy pond where the Buddha’s mother took the ritual dip prior to his birth and where, too Buddha had his first bath.
Here we have collected top twenty reasons to travel Lumbini for informative purpose:

20 reasons to Travel Lumbini:
1.       World peace stupa: World peace stupa in lumbini is very popular all around as Buddha is considered as founder of path of world peace.
2.       Lumbini being birthplace of Buddha gave Nepal a recognition.
3.       Maya Devi Temple: the exact birthplace of Buddha.
4.       Ashok Stupa: The symbol of Peace which gives message to the world “Crime is avoidable”
5.       Various  Temples in built by different countries
6.       Beautiful and peaceful place to hang.
7.       Big Museum related with Buddha and Buddhism
8.       Boating activities
9.       Never non-illuminating light of lumbini
10.   Well managed ltravelling and visiting service
11.   Easily accessible from Hotels and restaurants
12.   World Heritage Site
13.   Mind blowing view of lumbini Pond.
14.   Feel fresh and Peaceful with the surroundings.
15.   Be at the Holiest Place of the World.
16.   Learn Buddha’s Message.
17.   Close to regional airport
18.   Close to Indian Boarder
19.   Take home the souvenirs of Buddha
20.   Safe and secured place to travel