Usually, I would post these deals over at blog.abui.com – the blog I’ve set up to blog about anything concerning with abui.com – your bonafide Nepali Dictionary on the web. Truth is, 2 people on average in a week care to visit abui blog whereas a bit more come here. What would you do? Right.
If I’m not at work, I’m at Dance Bars (for research .. ‘course). If I’m not at Dance Bars, I’m reading a book. If I’m not reading a book, I’m eating something. If I’m not eating anything, ladies and gents, I’m serving you in the manner by which you can improve your Nepali vocabulary exponentially – I may also be watching what’s on TV or listening to some music or browsing the web at the same time I’m serving you.
That was my life in a nutshell right there!
I’ve got miles to go before I get anywhere close to implementing what I want from abui.com. There are literally more than 50 features that I need to add. And there are at least 17 known issues (known as bugs in my world) that I need to fix. Etc. Etc.
On that token, today, I was able to add a feature akin to Word of the day in abui, except the word could be an उखान, or a गाँउ खाने कथा, or just a good old नेपाली शब्द। The first ever Word of the day happens to be कृशानुरेता।
What does it mean? Head on over to abui.com to find out, will you?