Yoga for Holistic Development

Yoga for Holistic Development

Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy leaving. The word yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘yuza’ means to join or to yoke or to...
Blood Donation for Saving Life

Blood Donation for Saving Life

The day June 14 reminds every member of a family, every citizen of a nation, and every person of this world regarding the blood donation and its importance as this day is celebrated as World Blood Donor Day, worldwide. This day reminds every person of this world...
Child Labor: A Social Problem

Child Labor: A Social Problem

Child labor simply means involvement of a child in any kind of work that hampers children physically and mentally. According to International Labor Organization (ILO), “work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is...
Racism: An Ugly Face of Society

Racism: An Ugly Face of Society

Racism is something which is inherited through generations in our society. It is a prejudiced belief of people that a particular race is superior to other. Racism is a critical social barrier, which prevents our society as well the world from advancing people and is...
Environmental Sanitation for Healthy Life

Environmental Sanitation for Healthy Life

“Our future doesn’t have to be bleak if a clean green earth is what we seek”. This quotation is closely connected to keeping our earth clean and green (i.e., environmental protection). The United Nation’s most important day for raising global awareness and action for...
Marking Republic Day in Nepal

Marking Republic Day in Nepal

Republic day in Nepal marks the day of transition of country to a republic nation on 28 May 2008 from Monarchy. It is also commonly called Gantantra Diwas in Nepali. Nepal was declared a Federal Democratic Republic country on 28 May 2008 by abolishing the 240...