Stories By 'Marissa Taylor'
Anil Jaiswal, 35, makes egg rolls for a living, which he sells for Rs 100 a piece in Thamel, on a cart no larger than an ice cream trolley. On this cart is an old, greasy stove, a chopping board, a few egg cartons, some dough in a container, and a large plastic bag with vegetables—tomatoes, cabbage, green chillies, onions, carrots. This small cart is Jaiswal’s only means of income, with which he feeds his family of four.
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From inventing Nepal’s Light to being interviewed by magazines like Fast Company, Madindra Aryal is creating ripples in the still evolving field of electronics in Nepal
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Where, after all, did the builders of these monuments that have withstood the test of time, relieve themselves? Can a history of Nepali toilets even be traced?
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In a catastrophic year for the tangible heritages of the Kathmandu Valley, it is the unwavering faith of its inhabitants that will emerge as the silver lining
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You seldom see a firefly in a city already so bright. Their light is perhaps meant for the sanctity of the deepest night
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The trend started with Prashant Tamang, back in 2007, when he won the title of Indian Idol Season 3. An Indian with Nepali roots, Tamang was an instant hit with Nepalis residing in Nepal and India
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