Stories By 'Sanjit Bhakta Pradhananga'
While it might not be immediately obvious, Kathmandu is currently in the midst of one of the most important festivals of its calendar year.
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Ason, Kathmandu’s oldest marketplace, reverberated with a day-long music festival on Saturday.
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There is a nifty little galli that cuts through the heart of Thamel and connects Jyatha’s Chinatown to familiar haunts clustered around Chaksibari.
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The first time he broke their hearts was at Bhagero, the seat of the Bunga Dya:.The sequestered little town, an hour’s walk from the church, had seemed pregnant with expectation.
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Amber Gurung’s passing marks the end of a glorious era of which he, Narayan Gopal and Gopal Yonzon were the stalwarts
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Again tonightThere is thunder and lightningA busy world is sound asleep.Screaming children and their crying mothers,Rebel sons and their silent fathers,Stoic daughters and their tired loversRocked to sleep by a quivering earthPerched on an axe blade.
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