Funday Times

  • The death of Elara
    Phussadeva, who witnessed the fate of the warrior Dighajanthu, was extremely happy. When he glanced at Suranimala, he too smiled.
  • Vital document hidden in a shoe
    Imagine someone risking his life by taking a secret document hidden under his shoe at a time when the country’s foreign rulers looked at the natives with suspicion.
  • They thrive on both animal and vegetable food
    The final set of bird stamps issued recently depict birds that belong to Omnivorous category. These birds feed on both animal and vegetable food. The Blue-faced Malkoha (also known as Kalaha Koha or Punchi Mal Koha) is the size of the common Mynah but with a long, much-graduated tail.

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