When you are a toddler you suppose workplace to be a very fancy place. Slowly as you become a teenager who has been on movie marathons and watched lots of dramas and series, you assume workplace to be somewhat like individual battle place. Going past the phase of being a toddler and being a teenager, my thoughts weren't too different.
Remembrance is what makes memories alive throughout life. A mix-media exhibition ‘Space A’ by Iranian artists Farshid Davoodi, Maryam Ashkanian and Sima Shahmoradi began on August 28 at Siddhartha Art Gallery, Baber Mahal Revisited.
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 Basne Gari, Baba Rahesamma, Shirima Shiri, Ma Sano Balak and so on.
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 chose the right career path. Currently the managing partner of Bashyal & Associates and holding shares in many other companies, he is also involved in social works.
When an artist holds the brush against the canvas their hands move simultaneously to complete the art. Art is created with immense passion. And many youngsters are being attracted toward creating art not just as a hobby but accepting it as their profession.
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.
There are hardships in everybody’s life. However, there are those who are struggling for basic needs such as clothing and more. Nevertheless, since July 22 this year, an active group of youngsters, all students studying at a different level, from SEE to Master’s, took initiation for helping the ones in need.
Every year Kathmandu University, School of Arts, Department of Arts and Design (KU Art+Design) organizes graduating students’ BFA exhibition, an exhibition of the artworks from the students who have rigorously practiced arts in their 4-year academic journey. Moreover, this year’s exhibition that kicked off on July 19 was different from KU Art+Design’s past BFA exhibitions.
With the end of Nepali month Ashar and beginning of Shrawan, comes in the craze of Mehendi. You will see ladies decorating their palms with heena having different designs, from simple to complex, during the month of Shrawan.
‘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.
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.
"For me writing is summing up the highs and lows of the society, and presenting them to the mass for a better change. Writing is also my companion, that has never left my side despite the odds," said Neelam Karki Niharika, a profound literary figure in Nepali literature.
With the national drama festival creating a good audience response from the day of the inauguration, the festival is proving to be a platform to showcase the collaboration of music and drama from diverse parts of Nepal.
The popularity of K-Pop is on the rise. Plenty of Korean girl groups are becoming popular each day, and have lots of fans all around the world.As k pop is creating a big fandom in the hearts of people. A few high schoolers, who have finished their exams and are eagerly waiting for their results answered a few question about what made them get into the emerging fandom.
The more the world is advancing; the rush hours have been increasing. In the rush hours, people who have a tight schedule want things to understand in less time. And dramas are the gist of our society and life in general. Dramas help to fill in soul to understand life and provide the essence of the topic.‘Yogmaya’ is a story about a warrior from the past.
Sirjana College of Fine Arts brings to you the depiction of the youth’s minds; 'The Buds' referring to ready for bloom, any moment. The exhibition is in full swing which will last till the 13th of June 2019. As the exhibition demonstrates and emphasizes on the fact that art is a form of speaking out your problems and healing those who have been hurt without speaking. It would be a loss to miss this opportunity.