Getting to know the ‘Sarangi’ singer better

Born on Falgun 26, 2027 B.S. Shishir Yogi is one of the renowned singers of Nepal. He has sung over

Shortest man alive

Chandra Bahadur Dangi, born on November 30, 1939, is recognized as the shortest man in the world by the Guinness

Saurabh Group of Industries

Established around 1964 by well known businessman Lila Ram Neupane, Saurabh Group is currently involved in the diversified field such

Ashok Binayak temple

Lord Ganesh is considered as the one who could take away all the sorrows and troubles from one’s life. That

Gautam Buddha, the light of Asia

Gautam Buddha was born as Siddhartha Gautam in Kapilvastu, Nepal around the 500 B.C. He is also known as the

The Woman in White

If you see any Nepalese woman dressed in a plain white sari without any other ornaments, try looking into her

Yomari Punhi, a popular Nepali festival

Yomari Punhi, punhi meaning full moon, is one of the popular Newari festivals observed every year during the full moon

Top ten Nepali movies of all time

A movie is said to be successful if it is loved by the audience and also make money. People love

Haliyas, a traditional form of bonded labor

Haliya means the ‘one who ploughs’. Haliya is an agricultural bonded labor who works on other’s land. This system of

The great poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota

Laxmi Prasad Devkota was born in 1909 at Dillibazar, Kathmandu on the auspicious day of Laxmi Puja, the day when

Chulo, the Nepali wood stove

Chulo is a traditional Nepali stove that is made out of mud. People in rural areas, where the sophisticated gas

The Narayanhiti Royal Palace Museum

For centuries, the Narayanhiti Palace stood as a symbol of royalty and of affluence, and was one of the structures

Sahid Smarak – photo feature

Sahid Smarak is a memorial park dedicated to the brave martyrs of Nepal. This memorial park cum zoo cum fun

Seto Machhendra Nath Jatra

Mostly celebrated by the authentic Newars of Kathmandu City, the Seto Machhendra Nath Jatra is one of the most popular

Party politics in Nepali Media

The two inseparable parts of today’s democracy, Multiparty politics and press freedom, contribute together to strengthen democratic values and practices.

Bardia National Park

About halfway between Butwal and Mahendranagar, lies Nepal’s most undisturbed wilderness. Bardia National Park protects 968 sq. km of grassland

Prayer Wheels, the most revered item by buddhists

A prayer wheel is a hollow metal cylinder, often beautifully embossed, mounted on a rod handle and containing a tightly

Marriage in Nepali Society

Marriage in Nepal is a family affair, unlike most of the Western countries. The parents are responsible for selecting suitable

RARA NATIONAL PARK

In the magnificent Himalayas of Nepal, there’s a small protected area occupying forty one meters of Mugu and Dolpa districts.

Nepali Movie Visa Girl

The debut directional venture of Prachanda Man Shrestha, the Nepali movie Visa Girl is a nice story presented in a