No education at all

Shree Panchami

That we usually call education is making man stupid.

Laxmi Prasad Devkota

Shreepanchami or Basantapanchami marks the arrival of spring season and bids goodbye to freezing winter as per the lunar calendar. It is also a day to worship the goddess of learning, Saraswati. This day is considered ideal for Akshararambha, the day when your child starts writing his/her first letter. On this day, parents take their children in the nearest Saraswati temple to write their first letter. Now in recent years it seems everybody is interested in writing haphazardly on the walls of temple, not even caring where they are writing. This is the ugly part of our understanding, the ugly part of our education.

Street vendors

Street vendors

I am not sure if the cities in Nepal have any formal regulations around street vending, but these street vendors are already the lifeblood of the city like Kathmandu who offer easy access to a wide range of goods and services in public spaces. Lately, there is a substantial increase in the number of street vendors in this city which can mainly be attributed to lack of rewarding employment in the country or lack of skills or education to enable them to find better ones.