Deadliest Roads | Nepal | Free Documentary

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World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Nepal in 2008

Far from any tourist hubs; the inhabitants of the Gorkha region fight against the perils of monsoon season. Trucks and mule caravans strive tirelessly to provide for the cut-off villages. The monsoon forms mud ditches which trap vehicles and don't release them without a fight. The Shaman witch doctors are always on hand to chase away bad spirits and watch over the meager population of Nepal.
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Heroes of the story :
1.young boy who went abroad(India) to make for a living and brought something for his family.
2.dutch doctor volunteering for this remotest area of the world.
3.driver who risk his life everyday to make for a living.
4. Media group, without it we wouldn't know what life would be like and what it means to be poor.
This is not the ranking. Thanks for wonderful videos for teaching us about the world. :)

Author — GaLaXie GaLaXie

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One like for this legendary rough & tough vehicle "Mahindra bolero."🙇🙇

Author — ANUBHAV SINGH

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Respect that 3 kids walking for two weeks to reach their home.

Author — Buhay Arkitekto Vlog.

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God Bless this boy. Please Keep him safe at all times, Lord. He has a good heart and very generous.

Author — rowena renfrow

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Muskan: clears the road,
Tilak: behind the wheel,
The authorities and politicians:
Enjoying comforts in their luxurious homes...!!!

Author — J J

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The driver of the jeep is really a kind person. First he gives a lift to strangers. Then pays for the food, for strangers.
Edit: No one is a stranger to him.

Author — Azan Ali

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“You can keep your houses, we will keep our forest” - unbelievable

Author — Zygfryd Homonto

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35:50 that dutch women doctor could have been practicing medicine in Europe making lots of money but she chooses to be here helping these poor people' bless her heart.

Author — Shaun Elemens

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watching all this documentary gives me the realization that I am truly grateful of what I am right now and what I have.and how Blessed I am. This serves as a lesson to US all that in life, we should be always thankful of everything and anything.

Author — Carly Sale

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Notice how lean everyone is in this doco and their staple food is white refined rice!

Author — durianrider

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The 15 year old kid that worked in India has a lot of wisdom and maturity for his age.

Author — teton99

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My husband was in Iraq working as a Site Manager with Nepalese workers and with other staffs feeding the U S and Coalition Forces and the Nepalese staffs who worked for Renaissance SAOG OMAN were excellent and exceptional they were always polite, hard working, smiling all the time, big hearted, providing their money earned to their families keeping only a small amount for themselves. The workers took very little vacations but they had days off on the camp's and was the same thing for other worker's. I love the Nepalese staffs and i have tbe out most respect for them. In Iraq and Afghanistan the Nepalese government tried to get their pepole out and they were told that their government cannot support the returning staffs and their families in Nepal so they stayed. They are great people to work with, I LOVE THEN TO DEATH.

Author — Karin Bergeron

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sad to see those poor innocent souls living in such a poverty. hope one day they will prosper

Author — HuNtEr K

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People in the western world don't realise how easy they have it and don't know what hard work is some children would not even walk a 5 minute walk for their parents to the shops.
Let alone trek across mountainess tracks for more than two weeks and go without to bring gifts back for there family and also do hard labour work for long hours on a building site in India for over 6 months at the age of 15.
The drivers in Nepal really do need four by four trucks, and have brilliant driving skills to survive those death defying roads. Take care

Author — Kevin Hayden

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Telak the Young jeep driver Hats off to you brother👏you have a warm kind hearted despite your own hardship in Life but you never refuse to give ride to nomads even treating them a free foods May your family will bless &may you have always a safe guided journey on those tough roads💪👏👏👍👍

Author — Emma Madgini

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"You keep your houses, we keep our forests". That's profound!

Author — Станислава Тремблюк

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God Bless this boy. Please Keep him safe at all times, Lord. He has a good heart and very generous.

Author — Patsy Baker

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Poor yet brave, honest and most humble people in the world, that's what we Nepali have up until these days.
I wanna visit this place in Himalaya one day in future.

Author — Badri Upadhyay

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Hats Off to the director. The cinematic visualization was too good. I even wonder how he did it. BTW the documentary was worth watching. The story was beautifully covered. Now I feel how evil we are. We live somewhere in a developed country eating whatever we want, wasting food, wasting money, time and everything else. When we demand of a new Iphone, these people have to walk for days to earn even less than a dollar. Thank god because your life isn't as difficult as theirs.🙂

Author — Subhan khan

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"You keep your houses, we keep our forests". That's profound!

Author — randomaccess