This is resturent THE KHURURI.. Subhadra Limbu arrived about three years ago and opened The Khukri Restaurant about a year ago. “Malaysia is my home now. I’ve built a new life here. “It’s very different from Nepal but it is peaceful here, we don’t live in fear of being killed,” said the mother of one who followed her husband here. Suddenly, all my grouses about the state of the nation pale in comparison. It is nice to be able to move freely without fear of insurgents kidnapping you to negotiate with the government or having your suburb ravished by political fanatics. Yes, the antics of our Members of Parliament in the Dewan Rakyat now seem very docile, even civilized. Life is, perhaps after all, relative. As I probably looked lost while reading the menu, Limbu graciously recommended the Dhedo Khana Set. “It’s a traditional Nepalese food made from millet flour and served with curry, spicy yogurt, fried potatoes and spinach. Most Malaysians need to get used to eating the dhedo, but Nepalese love it,” she said. Eating the dhedo – their version of roti canai but more paste-like than bread-like – was certainly unfamiliar. But definitely worth the experience especially if you have not been to Nepal, and I now know how some Westerners feel when they eat our asam laksa – probably a shock to their taste buds. Nepalese food can be described as a milder version of Indian food and the dhedo set was like a typical banana leaf rice set with the rice replaced by the dhedo. The Khukri is a contemporary restaurant located in the heart of kuala lumpur few minutes from Puduraya Bus park, specialising in Nepalese cuisine. We offer a fine dining experience that compares to no other. We have free internet wireless . At The Khukri, we have created a unique selection of fine dishes, from traditional Nepalese original creations, and also a translation on many more dishes from around the sub-continentle. You can dine in the restaurant, relax and delight in the atmosphere or experience our Home service that caters for both take-away feasts and dinner parties in your home. We warmly invite you to share in the Khukri experience and hope to have the pleasure of serving you soon. (OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK )call +60320720663 09:30am to 09:30pm, Our Services.. -Authentic Nepalese Cuisine -Outdoor/Indoor Functions -Air Ticketing -Hotel Reservation -Much more... Contac us: -60320720663 Malaysia kulalumpur.

About Limbu History and Cultural

In the latter part of the eighteenth century Nepal was formed by uniting various ethnic groups and numerous principalities under a high-caste Hindu dynasty. This conquest resulted in a number of migrations of high-caste Hindu groups into eastern Nepal, causing an ethnic and cultural split with the Limbus. Limbus are considered the first settlers of east Nepal and are thought to be descendants of the Kiratis. Limbus became known to history in the eighteenth century, at a time when a number of small chiefdoms in Limbuan were under the authority of the kingdom of Bijayapur. The Limbus were expected to grant land to the immigrants for their support. The Nepalese government brought all tribal lands (with the exception of certain Limbus) under raikar, "a system of landlordism under which the rights of an individual to utilization and transfer of the land are recognized by the state as long as taxes are paid." Before this system was enforced all Limbu groups held land under the system of kipat, in which "an Individual obtains rights to land by virtue of his membership in a series of nesting kin groups." This change of land tenure caused Limbus to lose lands to the Hindu immigrants, who were mostly of Brahman caste. There were two reasons for this change. First, a shortage of lands was beginning to be felt, and therefore the government dissolved all the Limbuan rights to their kipat lands. A second factor was the absence of ownership documents, which led to legal conflicts over ownership and rent. Surrendered kipat lands helped to finance revenue settlements, postal services, and the army. The Limbus were left only with the land they were living on and cultivating. The Brahmans had some advantages over Limbus: they were skilled and had labor resources that the Limbus lacked and needed. They were also able to read and write, which qualified them for administrative jobs and forced the abolition of the kipat system. In the eyes of the Limbus, Brahmans were "ungrateful servants" who were trusted with their land but "stole" it instead. The Limbus are now determined to salvage their land under the kipat system and refrain from passing it on to members of other groups. Brahmans, at a cost to the Limbus, have become the most authoritarian ethnic group in east Nepal. Resentment is also felt by the Brahmans toward the Limbus; Brahmans regard the Limbus as "simple" and "concerned only for the present." Brahmans feel that if Limbus had looked to the future, they would not have granted their lands. The Limbuan struggle for land is an ongoing process that continues to affect social and political conditions in the region.

Saturday, February 28, 2009


Bishnu Chemjong is the first Lux Nepal Star, having stood out from 5,000 other contestants with her beautiful voice. She's won Rs. 5 lakh, and the chance to sing a song for Mahesh Bhatt's bollywood movie and Narayan Puri's Kallywood film. She is a Bachelors second-year student from Dhahran, who is also studying music and she is learning classical music from Anushree Benarji for four years. After she was declared Nepal Star, her fans and friends took out a procession in her hometown to celebrate her victory. She has not released any album yet but still sang 9/10 songs in different albums. we proud of you: post by subhadra lingden.


United Academy (UA), established in 1997, has completed a decade of hard work, hard discipline and steadfast to its commitments. Over the past ten years, UA has earned social credibility as a reliable and responsible 10+2 college in the country where parents and students have confidence of absolute success in final examinations. During the period UA has experienced that 'satisfaction' which generates from 'honest work'. This sort of work never goes without gratifying consequences .And today, UA sustain in this itself satisfaction and confidence of parents and students. Let be briefly sum up what UA has done in the last ten years. With a humble beginning in 1997, it extended into SLC level United School in 2000, BBS level United College in 2002, this college progressed into MBS in 2005 from the session 2007. UA is situated in the area of 13 rapines land, spread over 8 leased houses, its own construction of 8 outhouses for class rooms and science labs and a four storey building. More than 2000 applied for admission in 2006, more than 1600 appeared in the Admission test and only 676 were finally selected. In science only, about 1200 sat for the Admission test but only 240 were admitted. Selections were made strictly on the basics of SLC and Admission Test results and interview performance. In spite of our best efforts to control quantity and quality, sometimes minor discrepancy occur fir inexplicable external factors beyond our honest discretion. We invite interested students and parents to visit us for personal review of our personal status. Dr,Subhadra Subba(Dahal) Post by:subhadra lingden.

Friday, February 27, 2009


LA College Of Management. "At LACM we not only teach our students how to make a living but also how to live. Learning to learn is our guiding principle. So, if you are a highly talented individual, dedicated to life long learning and believe that you can make a difference in this world, join others who have made their choice to attend LACM." Her mission is to provide students with the knowledge, skills and practical work background they need to succeed, encompass in a well-rounded educational and social experience! I am so proud of you. Post by me.... Thank you.....


Gyanodaya Bal Batika School Founder Principal: Mrs,Indira Yakthumba founded the school as a tribute to the memory of her beloved husband, His Excellency Late Gyan Bahadur Yakthumba, who died in 1970 at the young age of 50, and to give reality to his vision of a literate and prosperous Nepal. Late Mr. Yakthumba was a man of multi-faceted personality - a soldier, freedom fighter, crusader of the oppressed and under privileged, champion of civil liberty, human rights and justice and a diplomat - who accomplished his every role with consummate skill ,courage, commitment, grace and dignity. Thank you and we are proud of you. by post: subhadra lingden.