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Hiking from Nag Dhunga to Naubise via Masine Gaun

Hiking Report

Participants: RachanaT, MamataO, RinaM, AsimK, BidhaR, DeepakM, ManojR, KeshavB, AbhishekJ, KapilP, LavaK, SamirR and SantoshK
Route: Nag Dhunga to Masine Gaun to Naubise
Date: Sunday, Dec 2nd, 2007
Duration: 5.5 hours
Trip Doom: 15 Kilo meters
Report: BidhaR and DeepakM
Photo: Abhishek and SameerR
Caption: Santosh Koirala
Creative Support: Suyesh Nepal and Nishchal Shrestha

Deepak Maharjan:
It all started with me reaching office at 6:30 in the morning as we decided. But I realized our hikers won’t come until 7. So I gave myself a chance for a cup of tea. However, I didn’t find any café nearby open but a ‘local Bhatti’ which I mistakenly thought it to be a tea shop after I ordered a cup of tea with a strong taste. So, this is how my exciting hiking started.
As soon as we reached Naghdunga, we were welcomed by a cool breeze that made us asking for a hot cup of tea from nearby ‘chiya-pasal’. After a brief inquiry with a two local army personnel, Santosh Dai decided to hike through Masine Dada to Kafal Chaur to Naubise.
On the way up to the Masine Dada, I felt really sad to see people were taking out gravel from a rocky mountain that makes it venerable to landslide but I somehow felt that at least poor villagers are getting some wages out of it.
Walking through the foothills made me remind that life is full of ups and downs, sometimes leading the way and sometimes lagging behind all. I realized why people say nature is the greatest teacher you can ever find.
The minute we reached Masine Dada, everyone felt their stomach rumbling so Santosh Dai asked a small village shop to prepare tea and boiled eggs. But before it got prepared we were already busy eating apples, oranges, chocolates and bread with cheese and jam. Trust me it never tasted so good before!
All the way through the Kafal Chaur we had several snaps taken by Abishesh Dai and Sameer who turn out to be good photographers. While Abishesh Dai was lost in capturing beautiful landscape mountains and deep valleys, our friend Sameer was busy clicking beautiful faces.
Finally we reached Naubise and then we went to a popular Banepai Hotel to taste mutton and ‘chewra’. Soon songs and Sayaris started to come out especially about ‘sharab’ and of course ‘shabab’. Actually all the credit goes to Santosh Dai, Kapil Dai and Sameer who entertained us wholeheartedly. ‘’Log Kehetey hai main sarabai Hu’ was a best performance by a trio which they sang with such a deep feeling.
Lastly as we return, we had a melodic Antakshari all the way back to our home. Besides, I cracked a joke asking Lava Dai how come his trouser is rightly worn in order. He was shocked and surprised that I noticed his trousers were worn upside down in morning which he thought nobody would have noticed. He revealed the secret with thrilling expression that he went into the woods to put them into order! I guess this must be a natural trail room for Lava Dai.
All in all, I had awe-inspiring hiking and I particularly enjoyed the company of my team mates particularly Asim, Rachana Didi, Rina and Mamata. In addition, distributing D2hawkeye labeled stationery as charity to Janashakti Primary School at Pasangkhel was satisfying to me.
Bidha Rimal:
The first ever D2 hike of mine, really very very excited and enthusiastic to get new experience at each and every step of it, i get up toooooooo early in the morning than normal days. Then i received a call… “Bidha kati bela aauchas ma aaisakye chado aaija” from sameer. Then, i walked out from my home. And then we reached baneshwor… waiting for Mamata and waited and waited and waited and waited and waited for about 20 mins.

Finally, we three reached sahidgate at 6:45am expecting the D2 gadi there, instead we meet Rina and Ashim there waiting for gadi to arrive. Really, i was very excited that day… but many gadi came and gone and there was no idea when D2 gadi will come…At last after waiting for 45 mins D2 gadi came at 7:30am.

The journey of the hike exactly begin when we reached the Nagdhunga. It was all fun to walk up and down and ofcourse to take photo at each and every step.
We all were enjoying and making our journey full of fun,asking people about way to our destination. Then, we reached the “masine gaun” nearly about 10:40am. We had our breakfast there, there we saw many children going to school. They were so cute and innocent which can’t be explained in words, we all distributed chocolate to them and they were too happy to have that. The smile in their face somewhere gave peace of mind and heart. We then again started our journey… after a while keshab dai slip off and water bottle fell down in the slope with bushes and it was a challenge for him to get that, so he ran after that and finally succeeded. In our entire journey..keshav dai’s long hair was too famous so we can’t stop singing song “ye reshami julfi….” for him.

We then reached the “kafal chaur” but unfortunately we didnt see any kafal hehehe.
On the way, we found a small water fall, wow! that was amazing we all couldnot stop us going there to play with water and ofcourse to take a photograph. Meanwhile, Rina fell into water and was fun.. at last we all were wet to some extent..But some slope was too steepy that we had to hold the branches for our own safety.Listening and singing songs on the way and some sayari added more joy to our destination.Nevertheless.. Kapil dai’s ‘sounds good’ and calling Santosh dai ‘daddy’ was too fun.We all went to one school and distributed D2 notebook and pencil to all students there and handed some to the school teacher for those who were not present that day. There they all were too happy to take it and while we were returning they told D for D2 and it was nice to hear that. From there our journey was almost completed and we were to catch the pitch road.

At last we reached the Naubise and went to the hotel which was famous for “khasi ko masu”.Oh! how can i forget Abhishek dai’s pateyala there and teasing guys on the way to Santosh dai’s home hehehe. Finally, we all returned enjoying and capturing all those memories.

001 Fresh and Happy faces

002 Everyone loves sun

02 Interesting man we met

03 Gansters of Masine Gaun

04 Lava leading the race

05 Rachana with unknown lady

06 I have better hairstyle

07 Santosh and the ladies

08 Beauty of nature

09 Help! He kidnapped us

10 Guess who they are

11 Everyone doesnt have a safe workplace

12 Santosh is able to maintain height. What about body…Hahaha

13 Charlies Angel Part 3

14 Manoj trying a tough way, as always

15 Here is your bottle girls

16 Kapil trying to lead the team

17 Guys enough rest. Lets move!

18 I want to go to school too

19 Excuse me maam, which is your next movie

20 And a supporting Actor

21 Not interested in camera

22 Green Nepal

23 Nepal ki aama

24 Trying to impress someone

25 Trail to folow

26 I have seen many ups and downs

27 Girls getting social with local people

28 Small town khanikhola

29 Young D2-ians

30 Two D2 Boys and five girls

31 A view from Nagdhunga

32 Farming land

33 Here is your chocolate

34 Donating stationery at local school

35 It was tough and this is the best part

36 Identical pose with face in wrong direction

37 Log kehte hain mein Sharabi hoon-Sounds good

38 Rachana on the lead

39 —

40 It is not easy to be a cameraman

41 Who is the man in red

42 Masine Gaun

43 So sweet

44 Jackie Chan changed his hairstyle

45 Tough! Isn’t is

46 Dashain aayo

0 thoughts on “Hiking from Nag Dhunga to Naubise via Masine Gaun

  1. I guess it must be a wonderful experience for u all- and after goin through all those pics – i also had good trip in few minutes- some of the pics were too good- and of course report by Miss Bidha Rimal is so explanatory that after few mins of readin i thought i was walkin with u all.thanks for sharin ur experience. all the best for ur next trip as well.

  2. Hey guys….seems u all had a great time during hiking in such a nice scenic place…Wish i too cud be there. I’m looking forward to have such a great chance……. 🙄

  3. Enjoyed all the pictures. Must be a wonderful hiking and I am happy to see you guys supporting local school donating some stationary. Noble gesture of D2Hwake, I must say. Keep it up. And yes I like the picture of an old man. It could be a beautiful portrait if photographer had chosen close up to show those wrinkle proving all the hardship of those village people. Remember ‘a picture can speaks thousand words’ and sometime more than just words.

  4. Who says this is a hiking? You guys just explored downhill route. It is all the way dowhnhill trek going from Nagdhunga to Naubise. No wonder Santosh was leading the Hiking. Good selection Santosh – everyone must have said “thank you, Santosh.” But, it is a good route and I am glad you all loved this. This is very near and dear to me.

  5. Hey Guys, now I am really missing those hiking stuffs and the fun that we had. Been a long time since I have seen any mountains ! Would love to go to hiking when I am back !

  6. Hike!!!! Awesome it was. But Daddddyyy Cooooolllllllll ke Mamata ko nakhra tyati dherai thiyo ra ?????????? ani katai Bidha ko herai ra Rina ko bolai le katai ghayal , kaayal ta banayena????????

  7. Yet another beeeeeeeeeeeessssssssssst HIke, sounds good man good captions santy enjoyed, Any ways finally Sounds good dai ko dai ko

  8. Lava ko Hidai…..Rina ko Bolai…..Bidha ko herai……
    Manoj ko maunta……Mamta ko nakhara…..Rachna ko lakhataranta…
    Samir ko gaan….Deepak ko Saan…..Asim ko charm
    Abishek ko Photo khichai…ani Kesahav ko Hasai…
    Kapil ko sounds good!! Ani Santosh ko Baneko Mood!!!
    Kasrai birsanu tyo… anyway All looks Good!!!!

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