Stories By 'Sophia L Pande'
When I first approached Sukra Sagar Shrestha for an interview regarding the Char Narayan Temple earlier this year, he initially declined the request, thinking I was a journalist. He did not want any such attention.
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Earlier this year a remarkable young artist from Nepal went to Harvard University for a two week sojourn, to represent Nepal, and his work, at the university’s South Asia Institute (SAI), which promotes artists who portray the travails of their society.
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On the first week of the new year of 2074 BS and less than a month from the scheduled May 14 local elections, it is perhaps apt to reflect on our political situation.
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The Kathmandu Triennale (KT), a natural evolution of what started out as the Kathmandu International Art Festival (KIAF), which was held in 2009 and 2012, will end a week from today on the April 9.
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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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