Into the mind seems like a combination of breathtaking visuals and brilliant camera work shot in the backdrop of Himalayas and other areas of Nepal. I can guess that the documentary is based on mountain sports and the athletes who participate in it. Enjoy the magnificent trailer, which is even better when you put your headphones on and turn the video full-screen.
As you know we are such big sucker for Kutumba’s mesmerizing instrumentals. They just posted a video playing Malashree Dhun just in time for Dashain. If you are leaving abroad and are looking for a music to go on loop while performing the TIKA, then this tune is a perfect fit like ‘mustache on Bhuwan K.C.’s face’. So here it is, Happy Bijaya Dashami from PaanPasal.com.
Paanpasal.com always gives you a reason to be proud as a Nepalese, either through the unique flag or Nepalese average height. We were always sure that Gurkhas are one of the bravest soldiers of the world, here is some scientific data to support that claim. And when we say scientific data this comes from a show that is also comparing Vampires vs Zombies and airs on Spike TV Huh, but wherever it comes from doesn’t stop the mighty Nepalese to be proud on something, right? Moreover, those of us Nepalese who just knew the word Gurkha might get educated on the weapons and tactics they used, and further explain to their foreign mates why they were so deadly.
Those who can watch the full episodes on Spike TV official website can watch it directly from this link.
Our own beloved “Chandra Bahadur Dangi” representing Nepal in Guinness World Records, not only holds the crown of Shortest Living Man but also
Shortest Man in history. He is 72 years old but just 21.5 inch. After being recognized he said,
“I’m very happy that I’m being recognized by Guinness World Records and that my name will be written in a book. It’s a big thing for my family, my village and my country. I am very happy.”
Here is a video of him meeting Jyoti, from Nagpur, India who holds the current record of World’s Shortest Living Woman.
Remember when you were a kid and your teacher said its so easy to draw the flag of Nepal, the guys in Numberphile tend to disagree. They claim that Nepal’s national flag is the one that requires the most mathematics to draw (right in your childhood, aaah). The fact that the drawing instructions are in the constitution itself is amazing. But for a country which is in line to have a constitution that required the longest time ever to write in the world, it might not come as a surprise to the Nepalese. Anyways, next time you decide to draw the flag, just read your constitution or watch this video.