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10 Days in Nepal

Life is a journey and we are just travelers..

I have not been much of a traveler myself though. Usually my work requires me to reach new places and cities. However, the nature of my work, as it is, does not allow me enough time to travel and browse those places sufficiently.

Hence, when I am asked what I blog about, I usually say everything apart from travelling. So these are my first few posts about travel.

I recently visited Nepal last month. Again it was a business visit and limited time (like 10 days or so, which trust me, are quite less to enjoy a country like Nepal). I will still try to be as resourceful as I can and post would be more around Kathmandu and not the complete country.

Discretion: These posts are not from a traveler’s perspective and only cover the places I personally visited.

These posts talk mostly about.

  1. How to reach and prepare
  2. Where to stay
  3. How to travel within city
  4. Places to eat out
  5. Recreation places
  6. Places to shop
  7. Temples nearby
  8. Nightlife
  9. Local People there
  10. Nepalese Song in my voice

Here are the links to all the posts:


About Utkarsh Kaushik

Take an avid reader, implement the concepts of programming and git init the repository of software engineering. Merge the branches of application development, data science and data modelling to the master. Now push the commits related to product management and project architecture. Pour some love for comics. Finally sprinkle the entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial snippets with some ambitions and attitude. Bake for 20 minutes. Then take another 15 minutes to prepare some espresso with enough steamed milk and milk foam. The resultant delicious and extravagant cake along with superb latte is what you would know as Utkarsh Kaushik! Read more about me @ utkarsh-kaushik.com

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