Stories By 'Sanyukta Shrestha'
The biggest blunder is disqualifying indigenous people from their rightful ownership of community structures.
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Tags: Guthi Bill
A look at Nepal’s oldest illuminated manuscript at the Cambridge University Library
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Mathbar Singh’s manuscript explains Shah’s entry into  Bhaktapur where he grew up 
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Tags: opinion
Nepali art took a radical turn from the traditional to a contemporary European vein towards the mid 19th century and the earliest known Nepali artist to have incorporated western realism in his work was a local artist from Patan, Rajman Singh Chitrakar.
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Tracking down Nepali artefacts peppered around museums in Europe and beyond can be a treasure hunt of sorts.
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Most of what we had known about Jung Bahadur Rana’s Europe trip was from a lost diary narrated by his son Padma Jung, published posthumously, in 1909.
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