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Poetry detoxifies mental toxin:  Viplob Pratik

Poetry detoxifies mental toxin:  Viplob Pratik

- by Kiran Lama

Viplob Pratik is a prolific name when it comes to poems, lyrics, and translation in contemporary Nepali literary fraternity.  Born and raised in Kathmandu, Pratik has penned over a hundred poems in Nepali and English...

When music becomes passion

When music becomes passion

- by Anwesha Khadka

Music has the power of healing and connecting people. And Damodar Adhikari is a musician who also teaches music. He has sung and composed songs like Jaga Jaga, Yahi Ho Mero Desh, Bandaina Nepal, Bideshma...

Obstacles exist to make you stronger

Obstacles exist to make you stronger

- by Anwesha Khadka

It's not easy to get past criticism from your friends, especially when you are a teen. Having been criticized by friends for joining a commerce course, which lead him to choose CA, Thanesor Bashyal feels he...

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Learning new things every day on the horizon of nanotechnology

Learning new things every day on the horizon of nanotechnology

- by Anwesha Khadka

Despite being in a family of professional doctors; Professor Dr Hem Raj Pant was always interested in becoming an engineer. Though he couldn't do his bachelor's degree in engineering, he did his PhD in the engineering field. Currently, he is working as a professor in Department of Applied Sciences at Institute of Engineering (IOE), Pukchowk Campus affiliated to Tribhuvan University. Moreover, he often travels to different universities abroad as a guest lecturer. He is one of the Nepali scientists whose articles have been citied the most. And he is the recipient of Nepal Technology Award from Prime minister of Nepal (Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Government of Nepal in 2018) and he has been listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World 31st Edition, USA, 2014, among other awards and honors.

A traveler who turned into storyteller

A traveler who turned into storyteller

- by Sangita Shrestha

Beebal Singh Limbu graduated in the first batch of Travel and Tourism Management course from Nepal College of Travel and Tourism Management. He completed his studies in 2001 and started his career eventually. He used to manage rafting tour, and then he began to tour tourists in Nepal, India and Tibet. He still is working as a guide but his tour has a purpose.

Understanding light and capturing moments

Understanding light and capturing moments

- by Sangita Shrestha

Prasant Shrestha is a freelance photographer who is interested in study of human beings—anthropology. That is why he captures mostly portraits, culture/festivities, daily life, and political scenarios along with landscapes.

Learning the perks of baking

Learning the perks of baking

- by Anwesha Khadka

‘Little Bakers’ which started in 2017 was an idea generated with a fluke when they decided to teach their sister baking while babysitting her instead of letting her watch the television for all day long. Avinash having started baking since 2012 coaches the students that come to learn the joys of baking while Shristi coordinates in managing the programs. Located at Golfutar, near the basketball court the smell of the freshly baked items fills up the street especially on the weekends.

I stayed strong to let the storm pass by

I stayed strong to let the storm pass by

- by Anwesha Khadka

When one has a dream to turn it into a reality, the number of obstacles and fear won’t get in his/her way. And having aimed for being a pilot since his childhood, Dharmendra Singh Thakuri balances being a pilot and an entrepreneur in the long run.

Balancing personal and professional life

Balancing personal and professional life

- by Kiran Lama

When Dr Neebha Ojha completed her MBBS degree, she tied the knot with her class mate Dr Saroj Ojha. Within in a year, they had a baby. She was going through her internship then. It’s a daunting task for her to manage time between work and family. But having a dedicated and supportive husband helped her pursue her career further as a gynecologist.

The Powerhouse of Nepali Theatre

The Powerhouse of Nepali Theatre

- by Kiran Lama

Anup Baral is a name synonymous to Nepali theatre fraternity. One cannot miss him out while discussing Nepali theatre. Well-known as the ‘Powerhouse of theatre’, actor, and director, Baral is acclaimed for revolutionizing the Nepali theatre industry to new heights.

Mending music

Mending music

- by Sonam Lama

He explored with varied approaches to sustain in music before starting up his own venture in 2010. A percussionist at heart, Kamal Subedi can strum the strings of guitar and equally hit right notes of Sarangi.

Journey to unraveling the unknown

Journey to unraveling the unknown

- by Sonam Lama

Soon after enrolling in Business Administration for a year, Anuj Ghimire realized that banking was not his cup-of-tea. Studying science in high school was the only saving grace that could link him back with the world of zoology.

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