In the afternoon, Abal is sweet-rich – Dhading Sankosh’s 11-year-old Kamala Ghimire. She has been very adept at live repetitive singing since she was a young age. Pashupati Secondary School in Sankosh has the ability to break the repetition very quickly, with the rich voice of Kamla, who is studying in Class VII. Because of that ability, she easily goes on to sing a double song with a renowned singer-songwriter. Kamala, who has been interested in song, music and dance since she was a teacher, said that she was also sharp in reading. She has also been actively participating in various competitions in the school.
Kamala, a diligent, hardworking and inquisitive temperament, appreciates the support she has provided to her friends and teachers. Mother Dev is also amazed at her daughter’s talent. She says that she has a habit of singing songs from an early age and helping herself at home. Mahakashi Lakshmi Prasad Devkota is digging a gardener Kodali in a rural settlement of Nepal in his essay Is Nepal Small? Shakespeare is plowing, Tyson and Turner are grazing. Socrates may have been lying in a cave. Helen Colors in my forest may have been referring to similar talents. From the very beginning, we need to focus on developing, preserving and promoting the instinct of such talent by singing bold and sweet words from the earliest stages of the plant.