Photo By: Dijup Tuladhar
Posted Date: 3rd October
This photo was taken on the top of Namo Buddha which is a buddhist monastery near Dhulikhel. It took about 1hr of tough hiking for us to reach this place.
Though it was quite tiring to reach all the way up there but the destination was worth every part of it. I was surprised when i saw this old man begging at this point with his single leg. His state was not the best but that pleasant smile in his face made all of us forget our tireness.His humble and noble demeanour was really touched ones heart.
10 thoughts on “Namaste”
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Im thankful for the post. Much obliged.
F*ckin’ tremendous issues here. I’m very happy to peer your post. Thanks a lot and i’m having a look forward to touch you. Will you please drop me a e-mail?
arroganceUncensored do u have any alternate idea for that?
I mean to sole this issue Just pointing the matter will not solve the issue i think we need to work together to go pass this situation. 🙂
sory to hurt your feelinz. May be I am am rude, arrogant and poor, but what I wanet to emphasize is ‘wishing’ wont make poverty go away. Otherwise, poverty shundn’t be the same as politicians havbeen wishing for so long.
By saying ‘done something’ if you intend to say u had offered few bucks to him then u’ve done a mistake. Dont worry, I too have done that mistake many times. But what i’ve realized now is BEGGING NEEDS TO BE DISCOURAGED AT ALL COST. God has given those hands to touch dexterity, not to ask for money with a lame smile.
Beggars are the pollutants of the social ecology.
hey don’t wonder, you are are very rude. this is the kind of attitude makes you arrogant and poor. do something? how do you know whether I have done anything or not? just doing sth is not enough. sth has to be done very effectively. we are tired of people like you… get life.
wish we could help, stop wondering .. do something. we r already fadeup with those kinda words you have just written.
I wish we could help the man. It is sad and makes me wonder when would our country move beyond the povery line and what kind of policy would help us get there and who would lead our nation towards the destination.
Nice catch of the place, person and the peripherals. I wonder if his pleasant smile paid off.