There is no dearth of places to eat in the capital with new restaurants and bars opening in every nook and cranny. But then, these western culture influenced places might not be what you are looking for when you want to indulge in some local cuisine. But fear not as there are equally many local joints that can delight your Nepali taste buds. The Week talked to a few people in the valley and found out which is the spot they head to when they want a bowl of steaming momos or some yummy Newari food.
You might have seen some really cute nail paint designs that you wanted to replicate while scrolling through Pinterest. But you couldn’t because you didn’t know where to begin and were too intimidated to seek an expert’s help. The Week is here to help you make your nails look beautiful. We talked to Junu Lama from Jung Strong Nail Art in Durbar Marg and bring you simple, hassle free designs that you can try at home. These don’t take up much time and won’t make you run around, looking for items you may not have. You can use basic items you have at home and make do with them till you find yourself engrossed in nail art and wanting to be better at it.
Imagine coming home from a long day’s work and you open the door, and the lights immediately turn on a shade past dim – just the way you like it. It’s 8:00 pm by the time you freshen up and as you sit down in the living room to relax, your sound system automatically turns on your favorite tune.
Classes at the Kathmandu Bahira Sangh, Gairidhara, at any given time, are understandably eerily quiet. But on your visit, you shall find the students actively participating and their instructor, Gokul Risal, teaching rather enthusiastically.
Nepali cuisine is rich in carbohydrate with most of us consuming rice twice a day along with fried oily vegetables.
Not only does this kind of diet take its toll on our health in the long term, it also makes it harder for us to lose weight and maintain our figures. The tire around the waist just seems to grow bigger with each passing day. The Week talked to Sumeru Yog Kendra’s Sarita Dangol to find out some Yoga aasans you can do at home to target the stubborn belly fat. These basic exercises don’t
need much preparation or equipment but since they are done while lying down you will need a special yoga mat.
You can easily get it at fitness stores or even department stores around town.
There are always a set of maladies we have that seem very basic but trouble us ever so often. Although we face it on a regular basis, we don’t know what causes it and how to keep it at bay. The Week talked to Dr Anushree Adhikary, medical officer at Grande International Hospital, to know more about these illnesses. Although she talks about how to take care of these discomforts, she also advises you to see a doctor if any of these ailments get severe or don’t seem to have a discernable cause.
Most of us make use of the myriad of technology available for entertainment or convenience purposes but then there are some like Prashanna Shakya, VJ, Vlogger (video blogger), who carve a life out of it. Reya Shreya Rai speaks to the founder of Buzz Nepal about his aspirations, his journey as a media personality, and the person he is behind that professional mask.
With many kinds of tea available in the market, The Week attempted to better understand tea and all its myriad benefits and met up with Twistina Subba, of Kathmandu Tea Room in Jawalakhel, who helped shed light on the matter and also taught us how to correctly brew a good cuppa.
Nobody said looking your best would be easy. It takes effort and some dedication to present the best version of yourself. But contrary to popular belief, you don’t always have to shell out a fortune to achieve that. Whether you are suffering from sensitive, oily, acne-prone, aging, wrinkling or dry skin, chances are the remedies are at your own home.