Comedian and actor Madan Krishna Shrestha’s memoir, MaHa ko Ma, was launched amid a function held at Hotel Yak and Yeti, in Durbargmarg, on Tuesday. The book was unveiled by Shrestha’s longstanding collaborator Hari Bansha Acharya.
Rajendra Parajuli, whose collection of short stories—Shukraraj Shashtri ko Chasma—has been nominated for this year’s Madan Puraskar, has four story collections, one poetry anthology and a novel to his name. Parajuli,
Imago Mundi, an Italian arts initiative seeking to map contemporary artists around the world unveiled the catalogue featuring the work of Nepali artists on Wednesday, at Siddhartha Art Gallery. At the book launch the organisers also honoured late artist Dina Bagdel whose essay is featured in the catalogue.