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From th Nov to 19 th Nov 2010, I had to go on official visit to Siprin Hydroelectric Project.

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The project site lies on the way to Tamakoshi Hydropower Project. This way is also trekking route to Gauri Sanker mountain. I was lodged in a hotel owned by the parents of youngest person to scale Mt. Everest. Stayed there for 3 nights.


Trail bridge.( Notice the chain link in bridge, its very old bridge)


Water fall




Singati bazzar


Confluence of Siprin and Tamakoshi river

Met Mr. Pitamber Badu (chairman of Lama construction company) an interesting middle age man. It was irresistible to drink beer when he requested. With drink there was a lot of talks we made. And with the company of the hotel owners, the fun doubled.

On the first day, we travelled from Kathmandu to the project site. The vehicle was available upto Jamune only. Due to lack of bridge, we had to do trekking. A good thing indeed. It took 2 hrs to reach the project site. It was dark when we had reached there. With conversation with Rabin Nepal and Prahlad chaudhary, it took no time to reach the project site.

The next day after reaching the project site, we inspected all the components of project. It took whole day to do that. We reached hotel at the late evening.


Prahlad Chaudhary, me and Rabin Nepal


Youngest Everest climber of Nepal and his family ( The boy carrying a child, lower right)


Barley field

On the third day, almost all the official work had been completed, however we stayed there and inspected the project area. Walked through the village. Chirng was with us while roaming around. He was a funny person too.

That night Mr. Badu was absent because he had left the site on the morning. But with Pawan Yadav, Rabin Nepal and Prahlad Chaudhary, we made the evening colourful too.

On the afternoon of next day we left to Kathmandu. On the way i had noticed a shape of hills resembling to shape of Hanuman. It was a mystic experience. It was 9 pm when i had reached home. Thanks to Madav ji, who droved us home safely.







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