Guest Posts

I have decided to accept guest posts here at nepaliaustralian. I think being able to share someone else’s idea will give the readers of this blog a fresh perspective beyond what I can provide. I will also learn a lot from these guest posts. I also want to give opportunity to those people who don’t have a blog yet to try their writing skills here.

Please write to me at or leave a comment in my blog if you are interested. Anything that is useful for my readers is a good content for a guest post here.

Some ideas on topics to help you if you are not sure.

  • Culture
  • Nepal
  • Nepali people
  • Marriage
  • Intercultural relationship
  • Family
  • Travel

Guidelines for guest posts

  • Your post must be original and must have never been published before on the Internet/ print.
  • Approximate word count 500 – 1500
  • Please provide images if you want to use them  with your post
  • Articles that blatantly advertise products and services or are peppered with vague, unqualified sweeping statements will not be published.
  • The post must not include marketing-related links and must not be entirely self-promotional.
  • Nepaliaustralian reserves the right to edit all submissions, but will always ask contributors to review changes prior to publication.
  • The inclusions of external links to third party sites are at our discretion.
  • Nepaliaustralian doesn’t pay to write blog post.
  • Please do not email me if you want a link back to a commercial website or any company website but happy to link to personal blog. I only accept individual /personal post not a business post.
  • Requests to promote your products, blogs, books, website, service that have nothing to do with this blog and will definitely not get a reply.

Thanks for your interest in writing a guest post for nepaliaustralian. Please check out the guest blogs here.

12 responses to “Guest Posts

  1. After seeing your page, we would like to provide you a link on our blog. It is related about Nepal’s related post. Which might be useful for visitors. Please check below our blog, If you think it’s worth to share via your site, please don’t hesitate to publish.

  2. Hi! I absolutely love Asian desserts and so i thought about adding a guest blog that has the recipes for it! I would love to be able to contribute to this page in the above specified manner!

  3. You are giving us an opportunity to put our content in your blog. It’s such a glad moment for us to guest post in such popular blog.


  4. A best way to share our Knowledge is through guest post.A guest post in such a popular website.Thank you for giving us an opportunity.


  5. Hi, I am in UAE, helping Nepali chefs to write their traditional recipes for a cookbook. Found your site on Google. Actually went to the Recipe section and then found the other sections in your blog and found it so interesting that I continued reading and reading…….God luck to you and your loved ones. Thank you for sharing your recipes about Nepal. Warm regards….Sucorrina

  6. We are two Italian freinds that decided to travel the world and currently living in Nicaragua. We are just starting our blog about travelling and discovering Nicaragua.
    I was wondering if we could work together and maybe write a guest post for you with a link to our blog or our profile…

    I really hope so


    Matthew M.

  7. Ohoo how exciting Stacey. Have a great time in Nepal with your new family and big congratulation as well.

    I am not sure if I am a right person to give you advice but will share what I did when I first meet my in laws.

    I wore Kurta so I can fit easily and bought some sweets as a gift to my mother in law. I spoke less and listen more. I was bit nervous initially but they made me feel welcome and got more comfortable after a while. Now after 3 years, I talk to my MIL more than my husband does and she has become my second mum.

    If you really what to impress, wear kurta as they love non Nepali to wear traditional outfit or wear something not revealing like long pants and sleeve tops as you know Nepali society is bit conservative. I am sure your boyfriend will be great help as he knows his family best and should suggest what to do . Don’t worry too much and just be yourself and they will love you. All the best.

    I will love to hear from you after you meet them. Take care and have a great time in Nepal.

  8. I am about to return to Nepal to visit my Nepali boyfriend. I will be meeting his family for first time. His father passed away, so I will be meeting mother and sisters. I am nervous and would love some advice.

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