List of Major Hydropower Stations in Nepal

The first hydro power station in Nepal was installed in 1911 AD. It had a capacity of 500 kW and

A Gorkha Soldier

If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or he is a Gorkha. –

Southwestern State College, Kathmandu

Southwestern State  College (SWSC) of Nepal – promoted by a team of Academicians, Researchers, Planners, and Professionals at national and

Yarsagumba, the gold rush

Yarsagumba  is an exceptional and incredible herb that grows in the pastures above 3,300 meters up to 4000 meters in

Shamanism, connecting the physical and the spiritual world

Shamanism is a set of religious beliefs that consider the connection between the physical and the spiritual world. With practices

Garden of Dreams, an oasis of peace

In the midst of downtown Kathmandu’s urban bustle, the tranquil oasis of the Kaiser Mahal Garden stands as an enduring

Nepal Television

Nepal Television or the NTV was established in January 1985 with the slogan “Communication for Development.” Today, it is the

The National Dress of Nepal

Nepal is a land that is full of unique places, festivals, cuisine and the dress is no exception! Daura suruwal

Budhanilkantha School, Kathmandu

Budhanilkantha School, situated in the breathtaking panorama of Kathmandu, is the government designated ‘National School’ of Nepal. It is a

The Temple of Sankata

Karunamaya was a deity born into the family of devils. A shaman, summoned to whisk the deity away from India’s

Honey Hunters by Eric Valli

Director Eric Valli, who is a photographer for National Geographic, is skilled in capturing the most inaccessible places on earth

Bird Watching in Nepal

For a country that boasts of 847 species of birds (about 8% of the world’s total population), no sport can

The National Anthem of Nepal

The new national anthem of Nepal was adopted in 2007. The lyricist of the anthem is Byakul Malla. The musician

Nabil Bank

  Nabil Bank Limited, the first foreign joint venture bank of Nepal, started its operations in July 1984. It was

The Kopan Monastery in Kathmandu

Just north of the ancient Buddhist town of Boudhanath is the Kopan hill rising up out of the terraced fields

Beautiful Malvika Subba

On July 19, 1981 in Bansbari, Kathmandu, a stunning beauty was born. She was named Malvika Subba. Before Malvika finished

Phoksundo Lake, the Jewel of Dolpa

Phoksundo Lake or Shey Phoksundo Lake is the deepest lake in Nepal. It is located in the Lower Dolpa Region.

The Park Village Resort

Located in a culturally rich and naturally pristine enviornment, Park Village is not just a hotel but a true resort

Budhanilkantha Temple, the house of the sleeping Vishnu

Budhanilkantha Temple is located at the base of the Shivapuri hill, at the northern side of the Kathmandu valley. The

Changu Narayan, the oldest temple in Nepal

Old as old itself, the Changu Narayan Temple has a history that dates back to around 3000 years. Perched on

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