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Tuesday, July 12, 2016



Hello Everyone ! Today in this Post we are going to See About Chhesko (Archana Paneru’s Movie)
First Of All I want to Say that This Post is Just a review.if it Touches your Feelings and hurt them than we suggest you not to watch the trailer and this post too But if you are Entertainment and article lover than I bet you will enjoy the article.
So First Lets Know About Archana Paneru.
If you are continuous seeker in social media and youtube than I think you neednot a describe section for the Archana Paneru.But if you are new and unknown about her than please do read this.
Archana Paneru is a Model /Artist who is also known for her aim to be P*rn$t@r.Archana Paneru wants to Become a Successful actor and a P0*n $t@r just like Sunny Leone.
Archana Paneru is a VIRAL topic in social medias For her Nu*e Pictures and Her Ridiculous Song Videos.
Hence she is a Topic in a Social media who is trolled always.
Now Lets Start About her First Debue in Chhesko
Chhesko at first was a very sensual movie by its teaser.
Its Teaser Mainly Contained $ex Scenes and also it made us think about a love and romantic story.But after 2 Videos Published excluding Teaser.We got Somehow idea on the Movie.
Chhesko is a Love story movie with Archana Paneru where a guy loves her and at last he leaves her at  a turning point.
Looking Closely we can Understood Archana Paneru has given a very good debue in this Movie as its her first one.After a long Controversies Her flim has released worldwide and has started the collection.
But Chhesko Can’t be Taken as a Family Flim,,,$ex Scenes and other Sensual Scenses will give a abnormal effect to the children.It is a love movie(Romantic) So it is a average movie to be watched.

Details About The Movie

Guys this is all about Chhesko!Keep on watching us and Supporting Us!

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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Dancing Facts

Top 10 facts about dancing1. The English actor and theatrical manager David Garrick (1717-1779) called Noverre “The Shakespeare of the dance”. 2. The earliest known evidence of dancing comes from 9,000 year-old cave paintings in India.3. Capoeira is a martial art based on dancing developed by slave descendants in Brazil in the 16th century. 4. In 2014, Unesco gave capoeira special protected status as an “intangible cultural heritage”.5. “Never give a sword to a man who can’t dance,” (Confucius). 6. Break dancing began in the 1970s in New York as a non-lethal form of street fighting between street gangs.7. Some say that ballet was invented in 1459 for a royal wedding in Italy with dances representing the dishes being served. 8. St Vitus is the patron saint of dancers.9. St Vitus’ Dance is a neurological disorder characterized by rapid, involuntary movements.

10. “Let us read, and let us dance; these two amusements will never do any harm to the world.” (Voltaire).

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Best Preface For Practical exams (Part-I)

Theoretical or copy education is not only enough for children. Practical knowledge about the material that they have learnt is also very much necessary for the complete and all round development of the students. Even otherwise at every level the students are required to write perform and conclude some projectorial files and projects. This practical is very much helpful to all the people of any ages. In this project I have used simple language with clear explainations.Under an attractive approach all important interesting and familiar topics have been taken covering a wide range of topics and ideas. This is not only a project of papers but also a combination of various ideas and thoughts.

                                                     I hope this will prove quite a useful and intimate companion both for the students and teachers of all level in Nepal and for other similar aspirations and standards as well. I have made this project by great support of my parents, caring teachers, helpful friends and my beloved brothers and sisters. I would like to than all of the person or organization who has supported me.
                 I hope you will enjoy my work. Thank you!
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Holi -Wikipedia


It is an ancient Hindu religious festival which has become popular with non-Hindus in many parts of South Asia, as well as people of other communities outside Asia.Holi celebrations start on the night before Holi with a Holika bonfire where people gather, sing, dance and party. The next morning is celebrated as Rangwali Holi - a free-for-all carnival of colours, where participants play, chase and colour each other with dry powder and coloured water, with some carrying water guns and coloured water-filled balloons for their water fight. Anyone and everyone is fair game, friend or stranger, rich or poor, man or woman, children and elders. The frolic and fight with colours occurs in the open streets, open parks, outside temples and buildings. Groups carry drums and other musical instruments, go from place to place, sing and dance. People visit family, friends and foes to throw colour powders on each other, laugh and gossip, then share Holi delicacies, food and drinks. Some drinks are intoxicating. For example, Bhang, an intoxicating ingredient made from cannabis leaves, is mixed into drinks and sweets and consumed by many.In the evening, after sobering up, people dress up and visit friends and family.Holi is celebrated at the approach of the vernal equinox,on the Phalguna Purnima (Full Moon). The festival date varies every year, per the Hindu calendar, and typically comes in March, sometimes February in the Gregorian Calendar. The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair broken relationships, and is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest.
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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Best Trolls By Admin Thomas vai

Thomas vai is dedicated and creative admin of Smile Nepal. He's working hard to bring precious smile through his trolls and memes in the page.Some of his posts are highly sarcastic and we urge all of you not to get offended by his posts. We can troll anyone, we don't have any motive to hurt anyone. Hope you all will understand the hard work of admins. we too have private life despite of admins life.We work for free to bring smile on your face so pls don't get offended. Still if you are offended by our posts we are sorry for the inconvinience.

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Friday, May 20, 2016

Geography of Nepal

Geography Of Nepal

Nepal is located in 
South Asia between China in the north and India in the south, east and west. While the total land area is 147,181 sq. km including water area of the country that is 3,830 sq. km. The geographical coordinates are 28°00′N 84°00′E. Nepal falls in the temperate zone north of the Tropic of Cancer.Nepal’s ecological zones run east to west about 800 km along its Himalayan axis, 150 to 250 km north to south, and is vertically intersected by the river systems. The country can be divided into three main geographical regions: Himalayan region, mid hill region and Terai region. The highest point in the country is Mt. Everest (8,848 m) while the lowest point is in the Terai plains of Kechana Kalan in Jhapa (60 m).
The Terai region, with width of ranging 26 to 32 km and altitude ranging from 60 -305 m, occupies about 17 percent of total land area of the country. Kechana Kalan, the lowest point of the country with an altitude of 60 m, lies in Jhapa district of the eastern Terai.The southern lowland Terai continues to the Bhabar belt covered with the Char Kose Jhadi forests known for rich wildlife. Further north, the Siwalik zone (700 – 1,500 m) and the Mahabharat range (1,500 – 2,700 m) give way to the Duns (valleys), such as Trijuga, Sindhuli, Chitwan, Dang and Surkhet. The Midlands (600 – 3,500 m), north of the Mahabharat range is where the two beautiful valleys of Kathmandu and Pokhara lie covered in terraced rice fields, and surrounded by forested watersheds.
The Himalayas (above 3,000 m) comprises mountains, alpine pastures and temperate forests limited by the tree-line (4,000 m) and snow line (5,500 m). Eight of the 14 eight-thousanders of the world lie in Nepal: Sagarmatha or Mount Everest (8,848 m), Kanchenjunga (8,586 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Makalu (8,463 m), Cho Oyu (8,201m), Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), Manaslu (8,163 m) and Annapurna (8,091 m). The inner Himalayan valley (above 3,600 m) such as Mustang and Dolpa are cold deserts sharing topographical characteristics with the Tibetan plateau.Nepal holds the so called “waters towers of South Asia” with its 6,000 rivers which are snow-fed or dependent on rain. The perennial rivers include Mahakali, Karnali, Narayani and Koshi rivers originating in the Himalayas. Medium-sized rivers like Babai, West Rapti, Bagmati, Kamla, Kankai and Mechi originate in the Midlands and Mahabharat range. A large number of seasonal streams, mostly originating in Siwaliks, flow across the Terai.
Of 163 wetlands documented, the nine globally recognized Ramsar sites are: Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Beeshazarital (Chitwan), Jagdishpur Reservoir (Kapilvastu) Ghodaghodi Tal (Kailali) in the Terai, and Gokyo (Solukhumbu), Phoksundo (Dolpa), Rara (Mugu) and Mai Pokhari (Ilam) in the mountain region.There are more than 30 natural caves in the country out of which only a few are accessible by road. Maratika Cave (also known as Haleshi) is a pilgrimage site associated with Buddhism and Hinduism. Siddha Cave is near Bimalnagar along the Kathmandu-Pokhara highway. Pokhara is also known for caves namely Bats’ shed, Batulechar, Gupteswar, Patale Chhango. The numerous caves around Lo Manthang in Mustang include Luri and Tashi Kabum which house ancient murals and chhortens dating back to the 13th century.
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Climate of Nepal

Climate Of Nepal

Climatic conditions of Nepal vary from one place to another in accordance with the geographical features. In the north summers are cool and winters severe, while in south summers are tropical and winters are mild. Nepal has namely five major seasons: spring, summer, monsoon, autumn and winter.An average temperature drop of 6°C occurs for every 1,000 m gain in altitude. In the Terai, summer temperatures exceed 37° C and higher in some areas, winter temperatures range from 7°C to 23°C in the Terai. In mountainous regions, hills and valleys, summers are temperate while winter temperatures can plummet under sub zero. The valley of Kathmandu has a pleasant climate with average summer and winter temperatures of 19°C – 35°C and 2°C – 12°C respectively.
The Himalayas act as a barrier to the cold winds blowing from Central Asia in winter, and forms the northern boundary of the monsoon wind patterns. Eighty percent of the precipitation is received during the monsoon (June-September). Winter rains are more pronounced in the western hills. The average annual rainfall is 1,600 mm, but it varies by eco-climatic zones, such as 3,345 mm in Pokhara and below 300 mm in Mustang.An interesting fact is that there is no seasonal constraint on traveling in and through Nepal. Even in December and January, when winter is at its severest, there are compensating bright sun and brilliant views. As with most of the trekking areas in Nepal, the best time to visit are during spring and autumn. Spring is the time for rhododendrons while the clearest skies are found after the monsoon in October and November. However, Nepal can be visited the whole year round.
Here’s a brief view of the average temperatures and rainfall during peak summer and winter in three most popular tourist areas:

PlaceSummer (May, June, July)Winter (Dec, Jan, Feb)
Max (°C)Min (°C)Rain (mm)Max (°C)Min (°C)Rain (mm)

For more information about Nepal’s climatic conditions,please visit: (official web site of the Department of Hydrology & Meteorology, Ministry of Environment).
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