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  • Reliving the Heritage

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    The concept of cultural heritage tends to be associated with historic monuments and buildings, archaeological sites, art, and artifacts that affirm and enrich cultural identities as a legacy belonging to the past, which need to be preserved and continued for future generations to have a better understanding of

    Jun.08.2018
  • NEW DIMENSION

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    NEW DIMENSION Words and photos Swosti Rajbhandari Kayastha Art as we know it is not only a visual representation; it has social importance and implications. The multiple facets of art are numerous, the more I think, the larger it grows! I felt compelled to reflect further

    May.09.2018
  • Safeguarding World Heritage

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    Safeguarding World Heritage By Swosti Rajbhandari Kayastha The concept of World Heritage Sites (WHS) was created as an international movement for protecting heritages after World War I. The 1972 UNESCO Convention, concerning the protection of cultural and natural heritage around the world, developed as a byproduct

    Apr.05.2018
  • Nepal Art, Going International

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    Nepal Art, Going International by Swosti Rajbhandari Kayastha Art fairs are on the rise globally! With the turn of the new century, art fairs, biennales, and triennials have multiplied at an alarming rate. In 1970, there were just three events: Cologne, Basel, and Art Actuel, but

    Mar.08.2018
  • When Winter Strikes

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    When Winter Strikes By Swosti Rajbhandari Kayastha “There is no sincerer love than the love of food” –So aptly stated by George Bernard Shaw, Irish comic dramatist and literary critic of the late nineteenth century. Food is the basic necessity for survival, too. It is amazing how the

    Jan.26.2018
  • Prithivi Jayanti

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    Prithivi Jayanti by Swosti Rajbhandari Kayastha The 11th of January was celebrated as a public holiday in Nepal for a very long time as Prithivi Jayanti, and also as National Unity Day, it being the birth anniversary of King Prithivi Narayan Shah, who was the first

    Jan.15.2018
  • Repository of Timeless Art

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    This beautiful, historic palace celebrate twenty years of its new life as a museum, and is worth a visit today as much as ever!  Born out of a UNESCO master plan prepared in 1976, as a museum of religious art, the Patan museum was twenty years in

    Nov.28.2017
  • Much More than just a Festival of Lights

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      Much More than just a Festival of Lights  An occasion when relationships are bonded between brothers and sisters, as also between animals and us.  It is certainly one of the most popular festivals of Nepal, and enjoyed by both old and young equally. It

    Nov.03.2017
  • The Nava Durgas

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    The Nava Durgas Among the countless number of deities in the Hindu pantheon, the mother goddesses are a class apart.  Dashain, the greatest festival of Hindus in Nepal, is a time of wholesome fun and never-ending feasts. It is also an occasion for enthusiastic religious fervor,

    Oct.15.2017
  • A Museological Tour of Kathmandu Val

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    A Museological Tour of Kathmandu Valley The valley of Kathmandu has a history much richer, deeper, and mystifying than known to most of us. According to Hindu mythology, it is said to have originated in the mythological era due to the draining of the water of the valley by

    Sep.15.2017
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