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Bad omen: what’s in store for me?

Rolling dice(s) in a sacred temple (commonly called ‘sho zhu ni’), is a Bhutanese way of predicting the future. People do that often to see the outcome of the future deeds. Mostly odd numbers is a good sign; means you need to go ahead with the decision. If you get even numbers, it means bad […]

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Grads from India: Not equivalent to others?

“Where have you graduated from?” India. “awoo.. Are you a genuine graduate? Or you paid money and passed?” that’s the common expression today. It’s become a clique these days. The word “India” is enough to directly come to the conclusion but that’s not fair to all of us. Yes, it’s true there are so people […]

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Memories: bits ‘N’ pieces from my life

It happened when I was in class one. Those days I had friends from my village (though they disappeared gradually over the years), who used to be in the other section. Well it so happened that their class teacher used to always send them home before mine did as a result they used to wait […]

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Aftermath earthquake and the Blessed Rainy Day

I promised to write an article on the earthquake experience yesterday if I was still alive now the readers must be assuming me dead since I couldn’t do the justice last night because I came very tired from my native. A very funny incident happened post the article “6.3 magnitude hits Bhutan”. Last night the […]