Travel essentials

April 19, 2019 11:12 am

The number of people seeking adventure travel has increased significantly over the past few years. From hiking and trekking to mountain climbing, more and more people are enjoying connecting with nature as well as the thrill of adventure. However, many people are yet to master the planning and packing for adventure travel.

Born to travel

April 19, 2019 11:05 am

It’s hard to believe that Samde Sherpa wasn’t born into a family of avid travelers. Today he is one of the more popular travel/tour guides, traveler and photographer in the traveling circles of Nepal. In the last 15 years of his travels, he has covered an impressive distance, learnt to speak six languages, and led people to expeditions in the far corners of the country.

Chocolate lover’s paradise

April 19, 2019 09:22 am

Hemraj Dangal admits he loves chocolates a little more than the average person. He calls chocolate his biggest guilty pleasure and it was because he liked chocolate so much that he got the idea of opening a business that would involve this love of his. He discussed this idea with two of his MBA classmates, Prashant Sharma and Kiran Acharya, and the three of them started prepping for the launch of Chocolate Wheels right away.

Sticking to his own style

April 19, 2019 09:22 am

If you stumble upon artist Ashim Shakya’s recent works, we wouldn’t blame you if you thought it was a film poster for a dark dystopian movie, perhaps the prequel to Apocalypse Now. Shakya specializes in graphic illustrations he categorizes as surreal but based on reality. And what’s more, Shakya is also a musician.

Testing her own limits

April 19, 2019 09:17 am

If you keep up with the Nepali sports scene, you have probably heard of Sheshuka Rai. She is a third dan (10th dan being the highest rank) at the Nepal Karate Federation, the winner of Sports Icon Nepal 2016, and a licensed karate referee at the Asian Karate Federation.

Weekend binge

April 19, 2019 09:11 am

What good are weekends if you don’t watch a movie, or two? The weekend is the perfect time to curl up on the couch, with some tea, and watch fun films. Here are 10 of our top picks.

The road to sustainability

April 19, 2019 09:05 am

A lifestyle change that people seem to be adopting the world over in the recent days is sustainable living and minimalism. And although a lot of people expect it to slowly fade away as most trends do, Samikshya Rai believes that sustainable living might not meet the same fate if we go about it the right way.

All things natural

April 19, 2019 08:46 am

A global shift of consciousness regarding the environment, lifestyle choices, sustainable living has helped spike the market for organic products and brands. In Nepal, the use of organic products, natural oils, and handmade soaps goes way back since it’s a country rich in various herbs with medicinal properties.

Making periods painless

April 19, 2019 08:40 am

The aunt flow is hardly ever kind. But there’s no avoiding it. On an average, a woman spends 10 years of her life menstruating. And cribbing and complaining won’t change a thing. However, if your periods tend to be extra painful and you feel bloated and lethargic during your periods then we have a few tricks and tips to help you get by.

Apart from sweating, the underarm area rarely gives us any physical discomfort. However, it’s an area that’s prone to darkening and that’s something very aesthetically unpleasing. Here, we bring you some easy home remedies that can help tackle this issue.