Amazing facts about Nepal

Learn some awesome facts about Nepal.The flag of Nepal is not rectangular or square in shape and it’s called a

Bhusan Dahal, successful Nepali media personality and enterpreneur

Tara Bhusan Dahal, who is popularly known as Bhusan Dahal is a leading media personality of Nepal. He entered the

Dechenling Beer Garden and Restaurant

Situated cozily in quiet yet not too difficult to locate corner in Thamel, Dechenling Beer Garden and Restaurant is a

Multitalented director Tulsi Ghimire

One of the most successful and popular Nepali movie directors, Tulsi Ghimire is popular not only as a director but

Visiting the Bhaktapur Durbar Square

One of the best places in Nepal, Bhaktapur is the perfect blend of authentic and modern worlds. Although, it is

The Living Goddess – Kumari

Nepal is rich in religious heritage as it houses many temples, chaityas and gumbas. It has a distinct feature that

The Tharus

Tharu are an ethnic group indigenous to the Terai – the southern foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal and India.

Neurotic Guilt by Kamalesh Pandey

Neurotic Guilt by Kamalesh Pandey talks about demise and loss which seems as if the book is talking about its

Aama, first movie produced in Nepal

The first Nepali movie to be produced and be created solely in Nepal, Aama (literally meaning mother) was premiered in

Elephant Polo

Chitwan is a home to another weird sport that you will hardly stumble upon. Every November or December, the World

British Gurkhas honored with Victorian Cross

Nepalese are known not only for their hospitality but also their bravery and courage. Nepal, the land of brave Gorkha

Shey Phokshundo Nepal

Ever heard of a trans-himalayan national park? Well, there’s one in the northwestern region of our country covering an area

Nepal Medical Students Society

Nepal Medical students Society (NMSS) got recognition in 1985 AD under International Federation of Medical Students Association that has existed

Sarangi, the musical instrument resembling human voice

Sarangi is a traditional Nepali musical instrument that has four strings unlike the Indian Sarangi. Traditionally, people from the Gandharva

Television Channels in Nepal

Television broadcast started late in Nepal compared to the other western countries. Nepal Television ruled as the only television channel

Aspiring novelist and poet Buddhisagar

One of the most prominent young generation Nepali poets and novelists, Buddhisagar writes in a way that the words in

Trek to Sindhupalchowk

The Sherpa villages of Helambu in the north of Kathmandu valley provide an easy getaway to the district of Sindhupalchowk.

Centenarian Newspaper in Nepal

One of the centenarian newspapers of South Asia, Gorkhapatra, the first Nepali newspaper, was published in 1901 with Naradev Pande

Nepali movie Prem Pinda

Directed by Yadav Kharel, the Nepali movie Prem Pinda stars Saroj Khanal, Sunny Rouniyar and Nir Shah in the lead

Kantipur City College

Founded in 2000, Kantipur City College, popularly known as KCC, is affiliated to Purbanchal University, Biratnagar, Nepal. KCC has been