Artist Subas Tamang has an average Nepali height; a man in his early 30’s who completed his Master’s in Fine Arts in Printmaking. On Sunday, he was seen donning a dark blue shirt and a gray trouser; and on his right shoulder hung a black tote bag. Subas has a calm face, yet his eyes give away a vibe, as if something is bothering him.
Indra Jatra is one of the most remarkable festivals of Kathmandu where the streets come alive with traditional music, mask dances, chariot processions, folk drama and more. And the procession of Pulu Kishi is one of the fascinating processions among other processions taken out during the jatra.
L Bazra Lama’s solo painting exhibition titled ‘Besar’ began at LA Gallery, Bauddha on Wednesday. A total of 13 conceptual paintings are on display where he has used social issues such as abortion, suicide, constitution, and politics among others as his theme for the exhibition.
Around 50 works of a total of 23 artists are on display at an exhibition titled ‘The Nude exhibition 2021’ which began on September 3 at M Cube Gallery, Chakupat, Lalitpur. As the title of the exhibition suggests, it features paintings, photographs, installations and sculptures that accentuate the beauty of the natural body without artificial clothing — nude.
Teej is all about reunion with sisters and relatives to share the bittersweet experiences of life. Then, rejoicing and enjoying togetherness — dancing, singing and feasting. Moreover, every year, married Hindu women fast and wish for a prosperous life of their spouses, while unmarried women fast in a hope to get a good husband and they worship Lord Shiva. This festival falls on the third dark day of the lunar month according to Nepali month Bhadra. This year, the festival is being celebrated on Thursday.
On the occasion of Gaijatra, the US Embassy Kathmandu hosted 'Virtual Gaijatra Pride Event', to celebrate LGBTQI+ pride with US Ambassador Randy Berry, activist and human rights activists Angel Lama, author Niranjan Kunwar, and folk singer Prakash Saput on Monday.
According to the lunar calendar, every year Naagpachami is observed on the fifth day of the bright half of the Nepali month of Shrawan. Naagpanchami is the festival dedicated to Naag or the serpent god. During Nagpanchami, poster/paintings with motifs of snakes, half-human half-snake forms, Lord Krishna sitting or standing on multi-headed snake, insects, frog and more are seen pasted on the front door of the houses.
“This isn’t the era where someone’s music taste gives you the authority to have superiority complex over others. Let’s respect everyone’s choice,” says Sadichhya Manandhar, one of the founders of social media group Bangtan’s Purple Ocean, Nepali fans of BTS.
Aswini Jha is a pageant and fashion choreographer. He has choreographed around 300 beauty pageants and fashion shows so far. He is also the winner of ‘National Youth Talent Award 2077’ in choreography and art presented by Nepal Government, Ministry of Youth and Sports.
Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babermahal Revisited, is holding an abstract painting exhibition by artist Shivangini Rana. Rana’s solo exhibition titled ‘Bold and Beautiful’ features bold brush strokes with vibrant colors on canvas depicting her carefree and confident attitude.
Here, the mother-son duo Anjana Shakya (founder) and Prajwol man Shakya (director) of the gallery, share their experience about their new venture along with the motivation, challenges, initiatives and more while working in the field of traditional Newah art.
That person in the mirror, how is it?
Is it asking about your identity or reflecting your identity?
What's the use of the identity when the person in the mirror
Doesn't resemble your identity.
Does that person hold eye contact with you or just stares you
back with anger or agony ?
Despite the current adverse situation, youngsters on social media are using the digital platforms as a bridge to fill the gap between those who are in need during this crisis and those who can help fulfill their needs. Then, there are some initiatives to flow the information regarding the needed services from the local community and individuals to somewhat ease the current situation.
Hanumandhoka, Ason, Indrachowk and Ratnapark wore a deserted look on Thursday due to the week-long prohibitory orders imposed by the local administration in the Kathmandu Valley in order to break the chain of transmission of the second wave of COVID-19.
It has a soft and creamy texture that melts in your mouth. Then, the chocolate power on the top with dry texture gives a burst of flavor. And it is none other than mocha cake — moist, fluffy and full of chocolate and coffee flavor, which is one of the specialties of Crave: The bakery and Coffee shop.
A total of 79 graduating designers, studying Bachelor of Fashion Design and Management (BFDM) at Namuna College of Fashion Technology affiliated to Purbanchal University, showcased their creativity in eight different sequences in the show.
He with his team — producer Unnati Shakya and cameraperson Bimal Thapa —successfully tempts any food lovers to visit and explore the food served there at least once in a lifetime. On top of that, they are affordable. Though you might not find those places posh.