Stories By 'ABANI MALLA'
Meghna Lama enjoys the nightlife and frequents Kathmandu’s many clubs and bars. But she is often turned away at the door. Even when she has paid for a ticket, reputed clubs have barred her from entering, and when she does gain entrance, she often feels insecure.
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You could pamper your loved ones with luxurious and expensive gifts this Valentine’s Day, but nothing would impress your significant other more than something you’ve fashioned with your own two hands.
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Bullet Journaling, or ‘BuJo’ if you may, is not a new concept.
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On a cold and rainy winter’s day, 19-year-old Sagun Khadka sits at a cafe in Jhamsikhel, listening to hip-hop on his headphones.
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On a winter afternoon, eight-year-old Ojaswi Kathayat was sitting near the window at the Music Museum of Nepal in Tripureshwor, facing the gleaming sun, trying to play the sarangi Kathayat often visits the museum during her holidays, sometimes with her friends, to learn to play the sarangi, one of the 650 folk music instruments housed at the museum-all linked to Nepal’s various ethnic groups.
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A miniature figure of a girl sits on an egg, as if warming it up to hatch like a mother hen.
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