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It's a slang word, just only regarded as very informal but common in speaking than writing, and typically restricted to a particular group of people - new generation. Nobody originated this as it was previously used to in different context by old folks. Verbally it still refers to a Wild animal  or a teddy bear.
I noticed that members on this forum have deep interest in kala, sahitya and itihas  ;)

So, please enlighten us:
   What is the origin of the word "Bhalu"?
   Since when has it been in use?
   When did it first appear in Nepali literature?
Thank you, Queenbee. Good stuff. You have an artistic bent  ;)

We're patiently waiting for the Diwali installment.

Is it just me? But I find the photo crass, its lacking in good taste.

The photographer (or set director) deserves a bitch slap for sure. Someone please do the honor  ;D

Afsana Thapa is nice but too demure. It almost seems she has blue eyes but I know she doesn't

She has bolts-on for sure! I'm speaking from experience, guys - those are implants 100%  ;)


Beautiful subjects and outstanding palette colors.
Happy Diwali.

Thank you, Tundikhel
नेताका छोरा छोरी र .... जनताका छोरा छोरी .....

I didn't get this. Kun neta ko xori ni? Is that Baburam's xori? Cute. She would look cuter with longer hair  :-*

hmm, I didn't know education was a priority for Maoist. Oh, I forgot - its only for their kind (afno manxe).  I thought Maoist liked intellectuals till they got to  power - but after that it was chop chop like during the Cultural revolution or Kampuchean revolution aka Khmer Rouge style.  ;)

Down with Capitalist roaders and running dogs  ;) ;)
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