• Trekking in Langtang: To Conquer the Unconquered

    Trekking in Langtang: To Conquer the Unconquered

    Trekking in Langtang: To Conquer the Unconquered As much as it is a journey that tests your physical boundaries, it is also about self-revelation that brings your philosophical side to the fore. Trekking the Langtang hills was all about gaining new insights and discovering new truths for a young Chinese girl during her exciting exploration of

  • The Climb

    The Climb

    The Climb  Fulfilling a boyhood dream took courage, determination, and endurance, but he did it, and it made him a better man.  Climbing a 6000-meter mountain may be an easy task for people like the hardy Sherpas, but for regular guys like you, me, and the writer of this piece, it is a monumental challenge!

  • Bhratang, the Apple Heaven

    Bhratang, the Apple Heaven

      Bhratang, the Apple Heaven   En route to Manang from Chame, there is a small village called Bhratang, a veritable apple heaven. Dibesh Dangol interviewed Samraj Gurung, Chairman of Agro Manang, to know more about Bhratang, the apple farm, and Farmhouse, a resort besides the farm. Can you tell me something about Bhratang

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  • 5 Things to do in Nepal

    5 Things to do in Nepal

    5 things to do in nepal Rhododendron The rhododendron is a small flower with huge importance; Nepal’s national flower holds the responsibility of decorating the entire nation.  It not only  beautifies, but were you aware that it also has medicinal value? The juice made from is said

    Jan.26.2018
  • Discovering the Roots of Tasty Things at Genesis

    Discovering the Roots of Tasty Things at Genesis

    Evangeline Neve

    Discovering the Roots of Tasty Things at Genesis by Evangeline Neve “We plan to source local things, whatever exists here—like, who would have thought there’s 2,000 olive trees growing in Nepal, and they’re planting more. Someone’s doing goat cheese, there are even alpacas over there, though

    Jan.26.2018
  • The Night of Shiva

    The Night of Shiva

    Sushma Joshi

    The Night of Shiva by Sushma Joshi Shivaratri, or the night of Shiva, in my mind, is always associated with the Pashupatinath Temple. The temple was set away from human settlement for a reason—in the midst of the forest, amongst the slightly dilapidated buildings and gently

    Jan.26.2018
  • Working Together for Wildlife Conservation

    Working Together for Wildlife Conservation

    Evangeline Neve

    Working Together for Wildlife Conservation  by Evangeline Neve On Thursday, January 4th, 2018, a most interesting group of people gathered at the Resources Himalaya Foundation premises in Sanepa, Kathmandu—researchers from the Foundation itself, team members from the Centre for Molecular Dynamics Nepal (CMDN), students from New

    Jan.26.2018
  • 15 Delicious Eats from New Restaurants

    15 Delicious Eats from New Restaurants

    ECS Staff

    15 Delicious Eats from New Restaurants A list of must-try dishes from some of the valley’s most talked-about new restaurants. by ECS Staff New restaurants are popping up all the time, everywhere in valley, and there are some that have already developed a devoted clientèle within just

    Jan.26.2018
  • From makai to momo: Kathmandu's Evolving Food Journey

    From makai to momo: Kathmandu's Evolving Food Journey

    PrawashGautam

    From makai to momo: Kathmandu’s Evolving Food Journey by PrawashGautam Tall and upright, he walks in fast, brisk steps. With the energy he displays, it is hard to believe that this man is 81 years old. A secret to his healthy old age? He says it’s

    Jan.26.2018
  • SCENES FROM THE 19 TH POKHARA STREET FESTIVAL

    SCENES FROM THE 19 TH POKHARA STREET FESTIVAL

    SCENES FROM THE 19 TH POKHARA STREET FESTIVAL Come Mid-December, Lakeside, Pokhara gets really busy preparing for the annual Street Festival. Organized by the Restaurant and Bar Association of Nepal, the festival features some of the best cuisines from around the country, air-sports like paragliding and parahawking, concerts by

    Jan.26.2018
  • Welcoming balance, spring and the Chinese New Year

    Welcoming balance, spring and the Chinese New Year

    Welcoming balance, spring and the Chinese New Year   The Chinese New Year brings in spring and marks a change in the calendar with the commencement of the year of the Dog according to the Chinese zodiac. The festival is not just celebrated in China but also in

    Jan.26.2018