Rice Mill Problem in Gagangauda Bazar in Lockdown Pokhara - laxman baral blog
Rice Mill Problem in Gagangauda Bazar in Lockdown Pokhara

Rice Mill Problem in Gagangauda Bazar in Lockdown Pokhara morning time we have awake at 4 am then we have wash the face in kitchen room then I take some hot water for a drink there. Then after few minutes, I take a cup of tea with a biscuit also too. Then after will be starting the Scooter over there. Then I take some minutes to take a toilet break over there. Then I take clothes and moving the scooter from the distinct place of  Gagangauda Bazar today morning working into there. 

Before that father will be calling to them early that morning time we will be going to that place who didn’t work on the hand properly over there. Even that person isn’t wake up early over there. We have arrived at 5 am over that place further working into there. That man will be wake up there then  I will be taking a cup of tea over there. 

Even my hands will be in pain over there. Even the father will be fixed that part of machinery with a person will be telling the problem with him their mill house over there. Even that person will always call to me with any question he will be telling this thing over there. Under the image, I just park a scooter over there then after finish the working time there. We have spent the time over within 2 hours over there. That person will be happy to see while we have to come to this place for working into there. 

This is the Rice Mill Problem in Gagangauda Bazar in Lockdown Pokhara will be visiting it today. One of the years will be visiting that place but some work happen will be visiting over but rest of the time we haven’t met them over there. Rice mill will be fine while we making this problem to solve this one over there. 

 

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