Combating women exploitation with Anuradha Koirala

Born on 14 April 1949 to Colonel Pratap Singh Gurung and Laxmi Gurung, Anuradha Koirala was brought up in a

Sarangi, a true Nepali Instrument

Sarangi is a true Nepali musical instrument. It is a stringed wooden instrument that is carved in a single piece

Pashmina for warmth and style

Imagine owning a shawl so soft and smooth that you never want to take it off. The warmth of the

Kumari Chhen, House of the Holy

The Kumari Chhen is the home of Living Goddess Kumari. The house is also called Kumari Bahal or Kumari Temple

Tihar, the festival of lights

Tihar is one of the major Hindu festivals that is celebrated for five days in October or early November every

Green Valley Nepal Trek and Research Hub

Established by well experienced, academic, dedicated and professional team of tourism and trekking experts in 2010, Green Valley Nepal Treks

Holi, the Festival of Colors

Holi is considered as one of the major festival of Nepal which falls on the full moon day of late

Rafting in Nepal

Nepal is home to eight out of the fourteen highest peaks in the world. From these mighty Himalayas, thundering rivers

Kids love Nepal!

I am young and small today. I don’t know many things. But I’m learning a lot of new things every

Lung Ta, the Prayer Flags in Nepal

A prayer flag is a colorful panel of rectangular cloth, often found strung along mountain ridges and peaks high in

The Goddess with Severed Head

Located in the village of Sakhada, some 10 kilometers south of Rajbiraj (the headquarters of Saptari district) and about 1

First Nepali to scale Mt Everest

One of the first two individuals to scale the Mt Everest for the first time in the world, Tenzing Norgay

Butter Candles, candles that illuminate wisdom

Butter candles are used in nearly every Nepalese temple, household and altar for religious purposes. The light from the flame

Undoubtedly proud to be a Nepali

I was at my Uncle’s place when a little cousin of mine showed me a book named World of Facts.

Nepali movie Batch no 16

The Nepali movie Batch No 16, directed by Pitambar Pandey, is about betrayal between two true childhood friends Ram Karki

Jiwan Kada Ki Phool by Jhamak Ghimire

“I remember now that at the time I first learnt to write the letters of the alphabet, I could not

How Nepal got its name

Nepal, the country of gods, rivers and mountains, is rich in culture and natural beauty. It’s a small country sandwiched

The Museum Dedicated to Religious Artifacts

Situated in the heart of the city of Lalitpur is the Patan Durbar Square Museum. It is the former palace

The Janaki Mandir in Janakpur

The beautiful Janaki Mandir is a Hindu temple at the heart of Janakpur. Fully built in bright white, the temple

Youngest Drummer in Nepal

Utprem Jojiju has been officially called the youngest drummer in Nepal and has been declared something of a musical prodigy