• The Dream Weavers from WSDO

    The Dream Weavers from WSDO

    The Dream Weavers from WSDO Words: Sambid Bilas Pant Photos: WSDO Ram Kali Khadka watches the women at work as their craft slowly takes shape. The lives of the weavers are much like the products they make. They gather like the strands, tangle like the ribbons, their lives have many twist and turns. "Sa…the male

  • Hone Your Climbing Skills

    Hone Your Climbing Skills

    Hone Your Climbing Skills By Lauren Paquette While the fields of mountaineering and trekking have been large in Nepal for decades, gym-trained rock climbing as a sport is relatively new. Those more intense mountain sports take years of training, time, and money to even begin, but rock climbing is different. Anyone, of any athletic background or

  • Conservation is not an Impediment to Development

    Conservation is not an Impediment to Development

    Conservation is not an Impediment to Development Talking with the WWF about 25 years of preserving Nepal’s natural assets. By Evangeline Neve May 19, 2018, is the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Nepal country office of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). They’ve been supporting Nepal’s conservation efforts for even longer than that, though.

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  • The Dream Weavers from WSDO

    The Dream Weavers from WSDO

    Sambid Bilas Pant

    The Dream Weavers from WSDO Words: Sambid Bilas Pant Photos: WSDO Ram Kali Khadka watches the women at work as their craft slowly takes shape. The lives of the weavers are much like the products they make. They gather like the strands, tangle like the ribbons,

    May.09.2018
  • Traditional Taste, Modern Design

    Traditional Taste, Modern Design

    Evangeline Neve

    Traditional Taste, Modern Design Metalwood is turning out products that are a refreshing mix of long-established tradition and contemporary form By Evangeline Neve Metalwood’s products first caught my eye a couple of months ago, when I started seeing them displayed around the city in some

    May.09.2018
  • A Pilgrim's Tale

    A Pilgrim's Tale

    Anuja Upadhyay

    A Pilgrim’s Tale By Susan Griffith-Jones Traveling is something that I love doing, so going on pilgrimage has also been a natural undertaking for me. But the act of pilgrimage is not just traveling to a place in the normal sense of going somewhere, but should be carried

    May.09.2018
  • Hone Your Climbing Skills

    Hone Your Climbing Skills

    Lauren Paquette

    Hone Your Climbing Skills By Lauren Paquette While the fields of mountaineering and trekking have been large in Nepal for decades, gym-trained rock climbing as a sport is relatively new. Those more intense mountain sports take years of training, time, and money to even begin, but

    May.09.2018
  • First Accessible Trekking Trail in Asia Opens in Kaski

    First Accessible Trekking Trail in Asia Opens in Kaski

    Jackie Taylor

    First Accessible Trekking Trail in Asia Opens in Kaski By Jackie Taylor “When some say adversity, I say opportunity. Know and accept yourself for who you are. Live like you will die tomorrow and dream like you will live forever,” Corporal Hari Budha Magar, Gurkha, Afghanistan war veteran

    May.09.2018
  • Where Spirits Soar to the Heavens

    Where Spirits Soar to the Heavens

    Amar B Shrestha

    Where Spirits Soar to the Heavens Amar B Shrestha You’ll find huge crowds here during a major Hindu festival that’s held every year in February or March, as well as during another major festival in September. While the latter one is observed by women with lots of singing

    May.09.2018
  • Conservation is not an Impediment to Development

    Conservation is not an Impediment to Development

    Evangeline Neve

    Conservation is not an Impediment to Development Talking with the WWF about 25 years of preserving Nepal’s natural assets. By Evangeline Neve May 19, 2018, is the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Nepal country office of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). They’ve been

    May.09.2018
  • A World of their Own

    A World of their Own

    Amar B Shrestha

    A World of their Own Amar B Shrestha “I came here about four years ago along with my wife. She passed away four months ago,” says Mr. Raj Bahadur Manandhar, a sprightly 73-year-old who lives in Health Home Care Nepal in Sanepa, Lalitpur. “Initially, we had

    May.09.2018