Happy New Year 2014!

Like rest of the world, the 'New Year' fever has caught the border town of Phuntsholing and at 11: 50 PM the musics are only roaring louder from every part of the town. Checking out from the Gol-Building, I can see people of all age levels rushing to the party halls and some simply roaming around the town, mostly in pair- couple I mean. Bhutanese, Nepali, Hindi and English pop and rock songs fill the night in roaring fashion.

Unlike them who took this New Year Celebration to the street, I chose to remain inside, simply because I am too tired to go out and mark the end of the year 2013 partying and dancing. But being in the Gol-Building in the heart of the town isn't really away from partying and merry making. I feel like I am already in the clubs and party hall with all those deafening sounds buzzing around. The only difference is I am alone in the room, in front of the TV-with the Chelsea-Liverpool epic premiere league match rebroadcast, and side by side penning this thoughts down.

Looking back in the year 2013, I have almost equal proportion of goods and bad. I have successfully taught two semesters without any problems which I feel is the greatest achievement as far as my job is concerned. I will strive to better myself in teaching in the years to come. But I know I can't stick with and be happy with the same qualification-so to go to the grad school was in my hope-list. But I am still without a scholarship and that I feel is a bad part. Nevertheless, I have tried a couple and of which one couldn't even go through the application process and one got rejected. So, I have made the effort and will do better in the new year 2014.

Oh, talking of the year 2014, its already 2014. I have missed the count-down having lost in my thoughts.

Anyway, I wish each and everyone a Happy New Year 2014.

Wishing good health.



  1. Happy new year . keep blogging.

  2. Good to know that you were in the Gol-building, Happy New Year!

  3. Thanks you Sherub, Dawa and Riku for the wishes. I wish you all a wonderful new year 2014!

  4. Thanks; Happy New Year to you too Sangay Cholden.


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