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Nepal in 1968

March 22nd, 2009

I admit I have been too slow in posting new content. It is partly because I am busy with other developments and partly because I need a long time to decide what to post. I have received feedback from some members that the last few posts were very long for a blog post. I now think that’s true and would try to take that into consideration from now on.

Today I have come up with a post that takes us all to Nepal, not the Nepal of today but that of 1968. I came across this photo set in Flickr from a tourist who visited Nepal back in 1968. This guy apparently has been to Nepal later as well.

I will let you see the pictures and interpret it on your own. To say the least, Nepal has changed a lot in the last 40 years. Your thoughts?

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Here is a link to the original album for those of you who want to explore more: .

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  1. June 18th, 2010 at 05:39 | #1

    so nice see like that

  2. March 31st, 2009 at 16:30 | #2

    @Sanyukta Shrestha
    Thanks for your appreciation!
    We take copyright issues seriously (our previous entries show how we value the content creators) and like it even more when readers like you encourage us to do so. The pictures I presented here are not copied; I simply embedded the Flickr album in this post. The pictures reside in the Flickr account and are loaded as you click. I do realize now that a link to the original album would have helped readers (added it!) explore more from the creator. Your feedback is appreciated!

  3. March 31st, 2009 at 02:29 | #3

    Nice one. Has Ktm and Pokhara only though.
    As a multimedia person, my sincere advise to the post-er (admin/member) is to mention the copyrights wherever applicable. This can keep the RC community away from unnecessary hassles. Well, this message also comes with a wish that we will be as big one day as to be worth attracting claims! Want to see more of these…. :)

  4. March 24th, 2009 at 09:14 | #4

    it works

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