Horse is one beautiful animal that is sturdy, strong and elegant. The way a horse moves give a sense of freedom, movement and desire to have that similar spirit in us. And in some culture horse also represents power.
There is some good feeling when you are with me
We might irritated each other but we are there for each other
Life is nothing but a flow of energies that we share
The time I spend with you are precious treasure of memories.
Her skills as a designers are vivid as she chose leather to reinforce herself as a craftsman and an artist. In most of her paintings, there is leather cube patched on the canvas, for her it represents her heart and leather for her is equal to rebirth.
How can you think that I can live without you?
Have I ever told you that I can survive without you?
Tell me right now,
Why have you taken the decision to live without me?
Don’t you even feel that I have to know the truth?
Truth before you left me alone here just with your memories.
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.
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.
All I want is to sway you from your ground
Hold you tight and not let you go ever
And share the same space my whole life.
Things don’t happen as we want them to happen
Destiny has helped us meet this life time
And it’s the same destiny that took you away.
Let bygones be bygones.
There are road blocks in life
And you get hiccups sometime
You cannot help them
But wait patiently and let them go away.
I can tell you that truth hurts
But sometime it needs to come out
No matter what the consequences are.
“I figured out that something was wrong with me and went to get a diagnosis. My doctor told me to express all of my emotions in any way I wanted to. He suggested that I write, but I preferred drawing and it helped me a lot.”
When it comes to civilization, we take pride in talking about Newa Civilization. It is our country's pride and identity. Meanwhile, hiti (ancient stone spout), one of the specific structures in that civilization also commonly known as dhunge dhara in Nepali, are one of the marvels of it. However, these ancient structures of Newa civilization have been victim of unplanned urbanization.
Art is definitely the reflection of life where artists’ emotions flow on the canvas impressing their thoughts and experiences. Their medium may vary where the hues and motifs they use to depict their inner thoughts and feelings create masterpieces.
There were several rumors about popular Nepali actress Priyanka Karki visiting to 72nd Cannes Film Festival. This year the film festival took place from May 14 to May 25, 2019. Some accused Priyanka to be faking the invitation and she was also faking her red carpet walk at the Cannes Film Festival. Then, there were speculations that the photographs she shared being at Cannes Film Festival in her social media were photoshopped and not real.
According to Harish Agrawal, director of Krishna Suppliers Pvt Ltd, they have installed around 45 smart dustbins, serving more than its name. This smart dustbin is solar powered with cell phone charging plugs for emergency use. And soon it will also provide free Wi-Fi up to 5 meters distance for half an hour a day. Moreover, the middle part of this smart dustbin is meant for displaying advertisements.
Visual artist Kapil Mani Dixit who uses nude human figures as his major motif has got his motivation for the exhibition ‘Nude Carpet’ from an object inside his studio—an old carpet. Muna Bhadel’s exhibition ‘The Missing Souls’, is inspired by her surroundings— Dapcha Bazaar—where she spent most of her childhood. According to Bhadel, she became aware of her environment after reading ‘Karnali Blues’ by Buddhi Sagar.
Featuring contemporary and modern artworks since the 1950s with the development of the higher education sector in Fine Arts, Nepal has taken a leap in the art sector. A number of galleries established and art exhibitions hosted around the city is its evidence.
The exhibition features artists Manish Lal Shrestha, Sushma Shakya, Bidhata KC, Sandhya Silwal, Kapil Dixit and Jupiter Pradhan. In the exhibition, one can witness drawings, prints, installation, painting and video displayed in such a way where each art work gets full attention of the viewers. Though its area is 350 Sq ft, the curator has managed to display huge installations as well.
Despite being the victims of conflict, because they are civilians, they never received compensations of any kinds from the government for what had happened to their lives and the lives attached to them. Though the civil war came to an end in 2006, the sufferings of the war-victims still have not finished. The various difficulties they face and how they are coping with their lives now are on an exhibition titled ‘14 Stories: Living Memories of War’. The exhibition kicked off on Tuesday at Staff College, Jawalakhel where it also features the audio along with photographs of survivors.