Wine Chant from Nepal: Eve meets Kedar Bahadur Khadka

From Kedar’s blog:

I’m an e-mail junkie.  I read everything.  But, even with that said, I’m also queen of the “delete” and “junk” buttons.  Especially if I get an e-mail from someone I don’t know, or, as the case may be, from a country I don’t know anyone from.  

Now enter my new e-mail buddy in Nepal, Kedar Bahadur Khadka.  He’s an English teacher (He asked for my help with his English.) and he reads this little wine blog.  We started e-mailing back and forth and when he sent me his Wine Chant I asked if I could re-print it for my readers here: 


Drinking is necessary, because it has a power.

We’ve to take drink, because it feels us self relax.

Drink is necessary, because of our world becames heaven.

For such a cold places like my capital city Kathmandu with 4¤Centigrade or my village Jiri with -2¤Centigrade have too muchnecessary of the great drink.

Help me to establish relation with the drink.

You are great Eve.
Sincerely yours,
Kedar Bahadur Khadka

Would you like to mention as myself as:
I live in Kathmandu with doing teaching job. My parents are at home in the village named Jiri, that is 180kilometers far way towards east from the capital city. My parents are farmers. I’ve two sisters and two sisters. They are married persons. My youngest brother has a small poultry farming in the village home, but the younger brother is working in Malaysia. I’m a married man with two children, one son and one daughter. They are below eight.