To the children who grew up in the city, the story of Ekadesh teaching village civilization

People now want to leave the village, old religion, culture, civilization, culture and live a new life in the city, their children do not know much about what is happening in the village. While people are living a simple life, the old generation of tomorrow will be able to live, eat, live, work in the capital’s Gothatar, in Ekades in Agho Culture House, entertain the children with the old language culture along with entertainment, teaching them the old techniques, Lifelong learning is done.

With Suraj Ghimire, one of the founders of agriculture in a country, special information has been taken about it. Since December 2076, when the work started, by straightening the sloping land in a period of 2.5 years, giving a new model, assembling the same structure as required here, now bringing it into operation from 2, 5, She said that she has been giving information about rituals, culture and civilization. He said that he started the children’s day by seeing God, Sibling, in the beginning.

He said that in addition to teaching the children the skills of the village, he also taught them how to make vegetables, dig, carpet and make various hand-knitted materials. In addition to showing the children old materials, Suraj said that they are given special knowledge about how to reconstruct, use and benefit from it. At a time when the old culture is beginning to be greedy, if such skills are given to the next generation, it will make people active in many things.

Our grandparents go to the village house, the village slum house, how to live there can be learned by going to the original house, to understand the life of the people singing directly, to come here from one place, to get to know many things. Suraj has said that it is possible. When people enter the city for service facilities and live a high standard of living, the new generation is not able to get the knowledge of what is happening in the old village house, they are not able to observe the work done by their grandparents. Suraj explains why.

He said that in order to show the stories of the whole village, he used to hold sticks in the hands of the children and give them knowledge about how to walk on the Goreto road and how to carry heavy loads. He said that the ups and downs of life are yet to be climbed, the knowledge of how to live life can be taken from here. He said that after working, after climbing the hill, the students were made to roast corn, they were made to prepare mohi and they were fed for a cool day. Saroj Khanal said that they will also give knowledge on how to make clay pot, chicken foam, Nepali paper etc.

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