The YouTube video An Indian’s First Time In Nepal 🇳🇵 by the YouTube channel Karl Rock.
Here is the description for this video:
It’s my Indian wife’s first time in Nepal! So I take her out to Bhaktapur, an ancient city 13 km from Kathmandu, to get her reactions as an Indian in Nepal.
While in Bhaktapur we ate Juju Dhau and Newari food (Mixed Bara and Yomari). You can find the exact locations on my blog, “Where to Try Newari Food & King Yoghurt in Bhaktapur” https://blog.karlrock.com/where-to-tr….
@Manisha Malik loved her first time in Nepal! She also made a video on the best places to buy Nepali fashion.
00:00 Manisha and I are in Nepal! 00:22 Entering the ancient city of Bhaktapur 01:21 India compared to Nepal 04:25 Trying to figure out Nepali language 05:33 An Indian’s feedback on Bhaktapur 05:55 Trying Juju Dhau (King Yoghurt) on the street 06:45 Trying Newari food for the first time
This dream involved Cowboy Bebop, maybe the Netflix live action parody version (I can not remember, and it involved something involving the characters Spike Spiegel & Vicious; and someone was trying to get something that both of them had.
This dream started outside during the night in DeRidder with Young Don The Sauce God (Don Hinds) & I arriving by vehicle to a fictional parking lot almost across the street from a fictional version of the field by my parent’s yard.
Trace the rise and fall of the Lakota Empire, which, at their height, were the most dominant power in the American West.
In 1776, a powerful empire was born in North America. The Lakotas had reached the Black Hills, the most sacred place and most coveted buffalo hunting grounds in the western plains. Located in what is now South Dakota, control of the Black Hills, or Paha Sapa, marked the tribe as the dominant power in the American West. Pekka Hämäläinen explores the rise and fall of the Lakota Empire.
Lesson by Pekka Hämäläinen, directed by Mohammad Babakoohi & Yijia Cao.