In absence of Facebook

Raj in Narragansett, Rhode Island, USA in 2017

KATHMANDU, 9 FEB 2018 — It was two weeks without you and it was not the first time I am living without you. I kept distance from you for more than 1 years while I was in school in 2012 and now it’s the case again. I am disconnected to be connected with myself, my soul and people with their touch. I am off to be on so that I could feel touch, air and found myself surrounded by good spirits not by stereotype online rob or machine only. I am proxying you, Facebook, today because people are searching me on web and reaching to you to know me and I want to convey my message that I separated with you for few months. If you are reading this message, please share this to Facebook so that people know that I am absence in Facebook nowadays for few months or…

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Building peace monument in Narragansett beach, RI

Rhode Island, USA,  26th November 2017 — I am doing nothing for good in weekend except building peace monument in Narragansett beach, RI, USA. It is just mental process of mind concentration for the mission of life. This was shot in Narragansett beach of Rhode Island, USA during my weekend in University of Rhode Island. Unfortunately the monument fell down by strong air blow as soon as I captured my voice.

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Travel diary: cyberspace or mailbox morphing your presence in USA

Mailbox was spotted while returning from cycling in Bolton.

BOLTON, MASSACHUSETTTS, USA 12 November 2017 – Digital technology is in sky kissing nowadays, especially in developed countries like United States of America. However, is it possible to send your credit card in email? Debit card? Your gadgets from online shopping? And even simple items of kitchenware? Probably, once man starts to live without materialistic items, physical credit card and any physical item won’t be necessary in their life. But, is it possible without material matters in our life? The question begins when I was roaming around Bolton, nearby Boston with my friend.

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New paradigm of researchers in University of Rhode Island

Rajendra Man Banepali in front of Library at University of Rhode Island just before discussion with graduate student and Prof. Joan Peckham.

Rhode Island, USA, 10 November 2017 — Today’s observation, 10 November, affirmed that researchers in University of Rhode Island (URI) is moving differently, one-disciplinary to multidisciplinary drawing new knowledge. Not only computer scientist is doing research on like data or algorithm development but also researchers from social science, statistics, math, civil engineering, physics, biology and many faculties are engaged together for collaborative work in URI.

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Columbia Diary: Saudi Arabia has good respect to girl and woman

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Rajendra and Saudi Arabian colleagues at Columbia University, New York.

New York, USA, 4 November 2017 — “Raj, you are not only one but may people around the world have wrong perception about female of Saudi Arabia”, she said during our talk in conference at Colombia University, New York. Her another colleague also said, “We are happy with our culture and we are not deprived within our culture.” They are from Saudi Arabia. Wondering to know about the culture of Saudi Arabi was not less than enlightenment for me. I was wrong and she put me into correct path.

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Free Medicare: Why You Should Forgive – Rabina’s diary in school days


“He, who cannot forgive, will break the bridge from where he himself must pass.”

Kathmandu, 14 October 2017 — Eyes opened as usual at 5 am, hugged her, pressed and stepped up to Kitchen for warm water. I found an old diary and ripped on floor in Kitchen, picked up, put on table. I recognized her handwriting, could not help not reading the text and spent half an hour with such genuine and eternal words she had written in school days. The text affirmed the philosophy and idea we shared each other since our beginning, 2000.

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SDGs and my life

Rajendra Man Banepali is speaking about SDGs and life in National Youth Conference.

Kathmandu, 15 August 2017 — Public speaking is my seasonal activity. I learn. And feel associated and connected with people sharing knowledge in a platform. In a way, I spoke about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relating my stories of life with 200 youths on the floor moderated by Nepal Youth Council on Saturday, 15th August 2017.

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