Stories By 'Sophia L Pande'
Walking into the Indigo Gallery’s weeklong show at the Taragaon Museum was like taking a step back into the recent past. Indigo Gallery no longer exists as a space, regretfully closing its location at a beautiful, old neo-classical building in Naxal in 2013.
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During the April 25 earthquake, Santa Bahadur Tamang was all alone in his rented room near Patan Durbar Square; he did not know where the other members of his family were.
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When we signed up for a heritage walk in Old Delhi to see the havelis, or old mansions from the days of Shah Jahan’s empire,
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Studying Art History at what can only be described as a hyper-liberal arts institution in the US exposed a young brain to two people who changed the way I perceived the world.
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I first came across the work of the painter Arjun Khaling when my mother walked in with two canvases covered with butterflies of many hues.
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Nepal has always been famous for its craftsmanship. With the Newars of Kathmandu Valley excelling at metalworking, and wood and stone carving, examples are all around us, enriching our daily experience.
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