Risker to drive in Nepal (Traffic accident data analysis)

In May, 2011 we posted about traffic accidents in Nepal up to FY 2066/067. Adding one more data to the chart shows an alarming increase in the number of accident in  FY 2067/068. That was an increase of more than 500 accidents in a year.


When  we see the number of death due to accidents, the number also increases from 146 to 171 death, an increase of 25 deaths.


The data shows that the government is not doing enough to reduce accidents or death caused by such accidents. So, the citizen themselves should be more careful while driving. They should be more proactive to increase awareness in people about traffic safety and rules of the road.

I hope the social media groups that have been doing laudable works in the past will also think in that direction.

Hot water spring in Bahundanda Fedi Lamjung

Hot water spring located in Bahundanda Fedi of Lamjung district is popular among the tourist trekking in Annapurna circuit.

tato pani at bahundada fedi_lamjung

It seems, there are a lot of small hot springs along Marsyangdi river that first runs north between the Annapurna and Manaslu. Falling along the Main Central Thrust, in the Marsyandi Valley, central Nepal, "waters are heated by the elevated geothermal gradient, and mix with deep-sourced carbon dioxide before degassing at the surface"

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