Arts and Entertainment
Prakash Ranjit produced one art each day for one whole year to deal with his mental health issues
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Although the play might leave history enthusiasts wanting more, the experience of watching a fragment of fading history is worthwhile.
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“We want to give the Nepali community the space to figure out what drag means for them.”
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These sardars--who left an indelible mark on Kathmandu’s infrastructure--struggled with their conflicted identities in their new home.
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Traditional tattoos lacked details but were more about the communities’ spiritual beliefs, while modern tattoos are more about aesthetics.
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Traditional songs such as Jhoda, and dances such as  Deuda, Rateuli, Magal, Hudke dance--passed on from generations--are slowly dying out in the region.
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Full of quirky philosophical remarks and satire, Mimi cha is slowly establishing a base of loyal comic-strip lovers.
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Nirvana Bhandary and Vishakha Upadhaya’s first exhibition Sanskari explores female identity through bold body imagery and poems of liberation.
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How a few Kathmandu-based organisations are spearheading a sustainable fashion movement
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In his latest exhibition, Umesh Shah gets as personal as one can get with his/her art--combining his childhood, admiration for women, and his thoughts on humanity
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