11 LIFE FACTS THAT ONLY NEPALESE LIVING ABROAD WILL UNDERSTAND BETTER 12 comments


Life is not how it is seen from outside, rather its like how Tara Devi sings ‘Jasto bhogyo ustai hunchha, dekhe jasto hunna jeevan….’ Million of Nepalese live abroad for better life and future but little did we know that things in abroad are not as rosy as we imagine while we were in Nepal. There are certain things we realize only after leaving the country. So here we present some of the greatest life facts that only Nepalese living abroad will understand.

Representative Image, Source Google

Representative Image, Source Google

 

#1 PAISA RUKHMA FALDAINA

Yes, money does not grow in trees in foreign land as expected in Nepal. It has to be earned.

 

#2 WORK IS WORSHIP

There is no sano kam, thulo kam. Work is work as long as it pays bills.

 

#3 NRNA IS USELESS

Initially we praise them and consider them as bigshots but gradually we realize Sang Sanstha, NRN, Other Associations are nothings but just meaningless. The people over there are just like all of us, ordinary people struggling with daily chores of lives and being involved there is a sheer waste of time and energy. There are other advantages though, such as networking,  help preserving Nepali culture etc. Some people will not agree with it including the once involved in organisation.

 

#4 SEX IS NOT FOR FREE

Western world certainly is more open and liberal but that does not mean every Nepalese can get laid easily like shown on English movies.

 

#5 NEPAL IS REALLY BEAUTIFUL

The weather, hills, mountains, rivers, people, culture, natural resources,  laidback life, everything seems to be so good once we left Nepal.

 

#6 WHY WE ARE SO UNDERDEVELOPED?

Every now and then this question strikes to us. After seeing the development and proper system we wonder why can’t we make our country better? We plan and think so many things to do, we ask ourselves its high time we build our nation. But some take actions other keep thinking.

 

#7  I HAVE A BETTER FUTURE IN NEPAL

Every now and then we realize it but most of the times we just could not take a bold step.

 

#8 NETA LE DESH BIGARE

We hated our politicians beofre and we start hating more once we leave the country.

 

#9 NEPALI DEGREES ARE USELSS

Except for getting admission in further studies. We admitted it after couple of months in abroad.

 

#10 LIFE IS TOUGH

It was not easy either at home but it gets tougher here. Perhaps it’s the greatest lesson we learn after leaving home

 

#11 ONE DAY I WILL RETURN HOME FOREVER

And life simply passes away, unfortunately the day never comes. Exceptions are always there.

 

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12 thoughts on “11 LIFE FACTS THAT ONLY NEPALESE LIVING ABROAD WILL UNDERSTAND BETTER

  • Hem Pun

    The current Nepalese youth understand the issues impending the development of the country but, the problem is that they haven’t been able to break through the barrier of being able to override the seniors’ conservative notions and their minds are pretty much influenced by the seniors, hence some culture path needs a little bit of bending to go through the changes.

  • Adhip Poudyal

    All these facts can b realised even by a person staying in nepal. Ani nepali degrees are useless re?? Australia ra US gayera tyaa k kaam garyo vani paisa kamaincha vanne sochera ani kasari PR huna paincha vanne sochera bachelors saki sakeko maanche le feri diploma bata padhai suru gardaa matra ho nepali degree kaam nalaagne chai. Nepal still has best universities. Afnai desh ko khilli chai udaunu vayena… aru ta thikai ho.

  • shuvash aryal

    The topic “11 LIFE FACTS THAT ONLY NEPALESE LIVING ABROAD WILL UNDERSTAND BETTER” are not the facts, but rather opinion based on writer’s experiences.

    Each of us has at least one of our friends or relatives (father, mother, brother, sister, friend) live in abroad. While seeing all of these comments, I am encouraged to write my thoughts.

    We have the right to comment about the article, but while writing the comments we should not forget the that we are talking to our brothers and sisters unfairly( who are living in Nepal, who are living in abroad, who are yet to come to foreign countries, and who are returning back to Nepal.) Please, be gracious to your brothers and sisters.

    While around 600,000 Nepalese are studying, working and living abroad, we don’t have right to say “you have to live in Nepal.” Or “You have to live in abroad.” If you can/want to, please do come to abroad. I too live in abroad, it’s worth it to experience abroad life at least a year in your life. While writing the comments we should not make fun of our brothers and sisters.

    Be creative, thoughtful while commenting. The comments should be meaningful, and create the good relation between our brothers/sisters and among us.

    Nepalese has the right to live in Nepal legally. Likewise, Government of Nepal has provided Nepalese the legal document (passport, visas…) to study, work and live in abroad.

    Thank You for reading my thoughts.

  • Ronit Gurung

    If you say nepalese degrees are useless then this is bullshit.If you have ever tends to know then you might have known that the engineers who have passed their B.E from IOE are currently reading in the top rated universities like Harvard and Stanford.Do you still say that nepalese degrees are useless?

  • Aaditya Pudasaini

    Oh hello….Nepali degrees are useless???…well I think it depends on you entirely how you study and utilize your knowledge…the books and materials they study in abroad or here are the same and how come you say degree is useless….Its all upto you on how you percieve knowledge anf how you use it better…
    Ani…paisa rukh ma faldaina vannu vayo…yaha pani ta Hami kaam nai garxau whole day 8,9 10 hrs or even more…