By Kapil Bisht
It is a Friday afternoon in late November. I spot a florist working amidst small saplings. I ask him over an iron railing how to get to his side.......
|Oh My God!
By Utsav Shakya
Religion can be a hard pill to swallow for people who have not grown up with it. There are too many......
By Ivan Sada
Where do you go for treatment when you are ill?The choice is immense: international or local,......
Foods made during festivities aren't a mere concoction of recipe. They combine a taste of culture,......
|Stepping on Footprints: Trekking in Nepal
By Ivan Sada
When one walks, one is brought into touch first of all with the essential relations between one's physical powers and......
|Hariyo Ban Nepal ko Dhan: Nepal's Forest Wealth
Can Nepal become a developed country? Will the Nepalese ever achieve the standard of living enjoyed by people of the first world?......
Nepal is a country of abundance, in many ways. Its bountifulness is reflected in things that are small and big, high and low,......
|Dented Pride: The Story of Daura Suruwal and Dhaka Topi
Holding out a shabby Dhaka topi (the cap worn as a part of Nepalese national dress), the photographer asked the boy to put it on.......
|Soaring Pinnacles: The Nepal Himalayas
They are considered altars of the gods, and as such, they are sacred. In lofty Nepal they are a world unto themselves and here,......
Malla Kings built huge open spaces around their palaces. These spaces were used as an outdoor stage to host......