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  • Walk for Peace, Walk in Hope

    Bhikshu Krishna Man Manandhar is a simple monk attempting to realize great visions. Through his work, he has been trying to bring the world’s religions together in an effort to bring peace to this world. Walking meditation, also known as Parikrama in Sanskrit, Kora in Tibetan, and

  • Learning From the Past, Aiming High Today

    Svati Garg

      Learning From the Past, Aiming High Today An organization is only as good as its leader, and there is no doubt that he is one of the best in the country, but he has a massive responsibility on his shoulders today. As the flag

  • A How-to for Healthy, Happy Holidays

    A How-to for Healthy, Happy Holidays  A chat with the capital’s leading travel medicine center on how you can stay healthy as you trek and explore. Evangeline Neve in conversation with Prativa Pandey, M.D. This month we are focusing

  • The Guardians of the Stupa

    Evangeline Neve

    Boudhanath Stupa is one of Nepal’s world heritage site monuments, and one of the holiest places for Tibetan Buddhists pretty much anywhere in the world. Even for those who follow other religious paths, it is a location of immense power and wonderment; no matter how many times I

  • Remembering B.K. Shrestha

    Binayak Shah

    A businessman, tourism pioneer, and family man whose legacy will live on in the lives of many. Bidhya Krishna (B.K.) Shrestha used to speak politely, precisely, and in very soft tone. He never pressurized people to do things in his way, still he achieved a lot in his lifetime.

  • The Vision of an Environmentalist Entrepreneur

    Amar B. Shrestha

    Thamel’s preeminence as the tourist center of Kathmandu owes much to the efforts of a few visionaries, foremost among them being Mr. Karna Sakya. I believe Thamel is the most densely tourist-populated area within a comparative area anywhere in the world,” says Mr. Karna Sakya, founding chairman

  • Food of a Different Time

    Sachi Mulmi

    Satya Mohan Joshi has never been shy in admitting that he is partial to a nip of alcohol before bed. “I’ve been open about the fact that I used to drink a peg whenever I got my hands on it,” he shares. He used to take it regularly at one

  • A Day in the Life of

    Kashish Das Shrestha

    Mr. Jawed Ashraf''s book ,'A Day in the Life of Kathmandu' is not a political reflection of a diplomat from one of Nepal’s most important neighbors; it is simply an honest and a passionate photographic homage to Nepal.  The glorious madness of Ason at dusk; it hits you

  • A Deep Story:The Musical Journey of Deep Shrestha

    Sambid Bilas Pant

    His journey began at Radio Nepal, where he started singing for Rs.10 per song. It was there that he was offered some great opportunities to record and explore his musical self with a great deal of independence. The fondest memory of my childhood was watching my grandfather weaving janai

  • Weaving Magic with Humble Hands

    Sambid Bilas Pant

    She had used a strategy that was not only economically viable, but also generated a lot of employment.  It all started on one fine Friday evening at the Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babar Mahal. The sun was bidding farewell to the sky by coloring the clouds and gently