History in a more scientific way.

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Timila Yami Thapa

God himself cannot change the past, but historians are supposed to look upon past events in history from different angles according to their convictions.

Heera Devi Yami Smriti

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Timila Yami Thapa

Heera Devi Yami Smriti

गोबिन्द प्रसाद उपाध्याय,  गणेश मान सिंह,  चंन्द्र सेखर रधु बंसी पाटन,  चंन्द्र सेखर रधु बंसी पाटन,  भुबन लाल प्रधान , विश्वराम भतm माथेमा शिक्षक,  रामहरि शर्मा,  संकर केसी, डा. भक्त राज बैद्य , छिरिङ्ग तेन्जिङ्ग लामा,  पूर्णबहादुर एम . ए,  बिजय मल्ल,  शतिm लम्साल,  अष्टमङ्गल बज्राचार्य,  नानी बहादुर खड्गी,  भुबन बहादुर भण्डारी,  लक्ष्मी रत्न कंसाकार,  कान्छी छोरी हिसिला,  प्रेम बहादुर कंसा, 

मयजु चिरीक,  मोति लक्ष्मी,   तिमिला यमि,  गोबिन्द बैद्य,  लानिदेबी तुलाधर,  मचाम,  हाकुचा,  चन्दा्र वज्राचार्य,  स्नेहलता,  तुलसीलाल अमात्यया

Heera Devi Yami

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Prof. Timila Yami Thapa

Heera Devi Yami

Laxmi Krishna was a Kasa, or Kansakar, who followed the traditional handicraft of making copper and brass pots. He lived in a lane called Masangalli off the main street of Kel Tol in central Kathmandu. He had four sons – Laxmi Bir Singh, Heera Kaji, Ratna Man Singh and Moti Kaji. When the oldest son, Laxmi Bir Singh, grew up, he was sent to work at the Kothi or shop of his maternal uncle in Lhasa, where he had the usual experience of a Banja – great hardship.

Revolutionary Dharam Ratna Yami

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Ram Maya

His old residence area is called Khyo Keb a next to Shanteni Kunja school. From the top floor he used to call out all the neighbours ans display the flesh of pigs shouting” Look Look I have cooked the meat of pig. Look I am eating and it is very tasty. During those days touching pigs used to be banned hence eating pork used to be banned in the society. He used to promote pig meat in the society then. Now every one eats pig meat. Pigs used to be eaten by only untouchables those days.  While he was locked up in Nakhu Jail in Kathamandu in 1940s he used to order pork meet and we used to deliver.

Heera Devi Yami

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Ratne Swari Shrestha

Ratnaeswari Shrestha, Chakupat, Lalitpur

Now Nepali society is transformed to some extent.  People are now fully aware of the importance of education. The discrimination between genders is decreasing. However, we should appreciate the brave resistance demonstrated by the teacher Heera Devi Yami and students like Ratneswari Shrestaha, and Laxmi Pravha Bajracharya during the suppression period of the Rana regime.

 

Heera Devi Yami

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Tulsi Lal Amatya

तुलसीलाल अमात्यया लुमन्तिइ हिरादेवी

वय्कलं जितः यानादीगु ग्वहालि छगु व्यतिmगत ग्वहालि जक मखसें प्रजातन्त्र प्रतिया भावना प्रेरित जुया च्वंगु ग्वाहालि खः धैगु जि तायेकागु दु । अले जिगु थासय् मेह हे सुं मनू लाःगु जूसां वय्कःया निस्वार्थ ग्वहालि उतिकं हे दयाच्वनी । जि बाहेक मेपिन्त नं वय्कलं लज्वःगु हे ग्वहालि यानादीगु दयेमा । थ्वहे कारणं जि वय्कःयात जिगु पाखें जक मानेयाये बहःह वीर मिसा कथं मखु की प्रजातन्त्रप्रेमी फुकस्यां हे माने यायेमाःह छह वीर व वीर मायां रुपय् लुमंकागु दु ।

 

Heera Devi Yami

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Late Laxmi Prava Bajracharya

Late Laxmi Prava Bajracharya

The demise of Tyrant  Rana rule during 104 years ended due to atrocities in the nation . General public had to always spend life in terror during those days. The life of women  used to be even worse.. Besides blockage of access to education, people who performed well in life used to be the target, used to get arrested, beaten up and destroyed. Under such an extremely challenging scenario we are going to describe how a woman Heera Devi Yami managed to spread education despite all the risks involved.