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Everything seems to be quieter here

everything seems to be quieter here. less cars/bikes on road. some restaurants have to close down, most are altering their menus. all the local we spoke to expressed their anger and unhappiness towards india and modi because of the petrol problem, especially since the big festival is coming soon. really heart-breaking. hope things will get better soon. the nepalese surely dont deserves this.everything seems to be quieter here. less cars/bikes on road. some restaurants have to close down, most are altering their menus. all the local we spoke to expressed their anger and unhappiness towards india and modi because of the petrol problem, especially since the big festival is coming soon. really heart-breaking. hope things will get better soon. the nepalese surely dont deserves this.

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I am a bohemian artist who believes in magic and power of the heart. I love going to new places, experiencing new cultures and above all, meeting and talking to people along the way. I draw and paint – mostly with ink pen, colored pencils and watercolors. Sometimes, I write poems and reflections. I also love crafting things with my hands, especially hand-stitching.

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