This morning, numerous weeks after our break up, I dragged myself up from my bed to experience the first splash of water in a long time. My eyes had dried up. It felt like there was no tear left in it. I felt numb with sacks hanging down from my eyes. Excessive smoking also led my mouth to smells like an ashtray.
The majority of Nepal is passionate about football. While some are obsessed with the sport itself, others prefer watching the game. There’s also the third lot; those who provide an acrobatic approach to the sport by bending their bodies but still maintaining balance. This is something neither players dare execute on the field, not viewers see during the live broadcasts.
The ancient Newar civilization lies in the core of Kathmandu Valley. Also the country’s capital, Kathmandu is the melting pot of a diverse culture, race, and ethnic practices. Furthermore, foreign cultures also influence the lifestyle in the capital, leaving the denizens with an array of linguistic and cultural choices. The plethora of choices has affected the lingual practices, pushing it to a verge of extinction. However, a number of academicians and organizations have stood to the challenge of preserving Kathmandu’s native language. They have been conducting programs, urging the natives not just to speak, but also to use the scripts of the Nepal Bhasa.
Tilak Tharu was an ardent football player as a child. But at 19, Tharu was left immobile with a broken spine after an injury,. “My father blames football for my disability. He says it’s the reason that I am on a wheelchair” stated the 25-year-old Tharu.
We all have good memories of our school days. Those were days when we learned the basics of our life, made friends and promises to never part. It was in those glorious days that we even fall victim to love. We weave a journey is worth cherishing the rest of our lives. The school days also taught us the bitter experience of punishment for every mistake.
Art can be enunciated in any form desirable to its audience. Its creative presentation can even change the dynamics of commodities considered to be waste. Straw is among many such discarded items. However, when they land in artistic hands, like those of Binay Kumar Shrestha, they transform into decoratives that woo spectators.
A month-long solo exhibition entitled ‘Thopaharu’ by Bidhata KC is being exhibited at GG Machaan, Pulchowk. The exhibition that began on July 3 features KC’s 18 artworks. The displays are categorized into two interrelated themes: leaves series and travel series. Explaining the title of the exhibition, Artist KC stated that droplets, Thopaharu, depicted the monsoon season.
When 35-year-old Ngawang Chhiri Sherpa was informed that he could not walk anymore, he was not downhearted with despair to what life threw at him. He rather summoned up the courage to find a way of living. It was after a year of his accident that his journey altered from that of trekking guide to a thanka artist.