Everybody has an aim in life. Aimless life is a worthless life. Who doesn’t have aim, they just live because they have to live. Aimless life is like a traveler who does not know the destination and direction of a journey. Different people have different aims, some peoples’ aim is to be wealthy, powerful, some want satisfaction and fame in their life, but my aim in life is to become a computer engineer. To be an engineer, I have to face lots of difficulties but I have strong determination to achieve
without the use of bottled oxygen by Peter Habeler and Reinold Messner in 1978. Sherpas are specialized climbers who can carry food supplies and help map out routes on the mountains. Sherpas find mountains easier to climb than others because they live near the mountain and have adapted to the lack of oxygen at high altitudes. It is extremely difficult to climb mountains without a sherpa. Even with one, it could take you several months to climb. Two notable Sherpas, Apa and Phurba Tashi have climbed
given by the state for his unmatchable contribution to Nepali literature (Hunt). A. Devkota had a unique start from birth, but like a lot of important historical figures, some of the details have been embellished. 1. He was born in Dillibazaar, Kathmandu, in 1909, on the night of Laxmi Puja, a religious celebration where Laxmi (Lakshmi), the Hindu deity of wealth, is honored (Ranjan). 2. Devkota’s parents saw this as an omen, and named him after the goddess, hence his name ‘Laxmi’ (Ranjan). 3.
steadily grow in the 1970’s and business soon began to cater to this growing market. One of the first companies started in London is Top Deck Travel, founded in 1973 by Australian Graham Turner, he took paying individuals on a double decker bus to Kathmandu. Tony Wheeler, a young British student the same year created the Lonely Planet brand travel books when he needed to find basic information on Asia and he could not find a suitable option. Now with tour companies, and travel advice books a need
initiatives, but they should be empowered to play a leading role in them. Each year, the essay contest adopts a theme relevant to building a Culture of Peace and a sustainable future, such as "Respect for life," "Caring for our planet," "Learning to live together," and "The role of media and ICT in building a peaceful world." The theme of the 2009 International Essay Contest for Young People was "The role of science in building a better world." Scientific progress has brought many benefits to humanity