Centenarian Newspaper in Nepal

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

Traditional methods of communication in Nepal

Nepal is a country rich in traditions and cultures. The forms of modern communication are quiet recent and new compared

The Treaty of Sugauli

Signed on 2 December 1815 and ratified by 4 March 1816, The Treaty of Sugauli, also known as the Sugauli

Cultural and mysterious Chyasal

The place named Chyasal in Patan district has a series of myths and mysteries surrounding it. The place got its

Nepali Film Industry – Past and Present

Nepal does not have a very long film history, but the industry has its own place in the cultural heritage

The Kot Parva (Court Massacre) in Nepal

Kot Parva (court massacre) was the first massacre in the history of Nepal that led to the rise of the

Education and Training in Mass Communication and Journalism in Nepal

Education in mass communication and journalism is a comparatively new concept, started around 30/5 years earlier. Tribhuwan University was the

History of Nepali Film Industry

Even though Nepal does not have a very long film history, the industry has its own place in the cultural

Purano Nepal by Toni Hagen

Purano Nepal or Old Nepal is a documentary by Toni Hagen during his geographical field work in the Himalayan region

National Archives of Nepal

In 1812, Giwarnayuddha Bikram Shah ordered a decree to keep the books at the Basantapur Durbar in a systematic order

Nepalese Royal Massacre

The dreadful event that left the whole nation stunned, Nepalese Royal Massacre, also called Narayanhiti Palace Massacre, occurred on 1