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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
I am a freelance writer. Mostly I write fiction. I have published two books. One is poem collection and another is novel. Just now I completed new novel which is going to publish soon. Regarding my academic background, I have completed my Master degree in Rural Development in 2008 from Tribhuvan University Kathmandu. Recently I am working in an nongovernmental organization as a program coordinator. This organization works in the field of disability.

My Passions:
Writing, Social work

My Vision for the Future:
Make society easier where every woman can live their life with freedom

My Areas of Expertise:
Creative writing/social work


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Dear friend It’s my pleasure

Dear friend
It’s my pleasure to welcome you. You are now a voice among thousands of voices. I am sure you have a powerful voice to make the world changed.
Warm Welcome in this amazing platform, expectantly waiting your active participation.
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Warm Hug !
From Nepal

It was a cool morning, she asked me to say something. I was quite happy to listen what she was going to talk with me. So, I stood in front of her. She happily requested me to join a women group which she formed some days before. I asked her what was the propose behind the formation of women group? She answered" If we join our hand we can help each others because we need women to be helped." I really felt happy listening to her so I joined the group. Now it has been 10 years over the group is still running continuously helping each others by saving some amount of rupees. One can get loan easily for her propose. Till now, members who took loan from the group have spend the money for their children's' education and further solution of household problems. This group has supported all women by supporting physically, financially and emotionally. But the women who created this group has been suffering a lot from her own husband. One day she told me that she had been stressed a lot due to here husbands' behavior. Since her husband was an educated and staff of reputed organization (Plan International) I didn't believe her. After one year, I saw her with terrific wounds on her body. I asked her what was happened with her. She told me that she was beaten by her own husband. I asked her husband he easily accepted it but not agreed that it was his mistake.
She is still with her husband but sleeps in different room. But she always makes tea for him, prepares launch, dinner everything for him but never perceives warm love from him. One day she told me "I am with him because I have my children. They are grown up, if I left him our children will be stressed a lot." How great she is ! though her children are grown up she still thinks for them...and the husband who is like a stone who never knows how to love and care.................

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