KATHMANDU, March 19: Nepal Police has launched a special publicity campaign to sensitize the people on making the Holi, the festival of colors, civilized and an occasion to exchange best wishes among one another.
When a group of people start singing ‘Bhaileni Aayin Aangana’ or ‘Deusire’ at your doorsteps, music enthusiasts instantly wave their body along with the beat of song. That’s the power of ‘Deusi Bhailo’. With the change in time, ‘Deusi Bhailo’ is not as it was years ago. To know further on the changes, My City team asked various celebs about their ‘Deusi Bhailo’ experience.
KATHMANDU, July 30: There’s an age-old Nepali proverb which roughly translates to, a bull that goes blind in Shrawan sees everything green his entire life. It’s been rightly stated, as not just nature, but the color preference during the whole of Shrawan is dominated by green and other earthy colors, including yellow, and red.
It was after tackling numerous hurdles that Anita Bhattarai, 32, was able to fulfill her childhood dream of perusing painting as a profession to reality. Her parents were persistent in encouraging Bhattarai to choose a medical career. However, she was determined in following her passion and enrolled herself to fine arts in Lalit Kala Campus.
One of the serene environments where unspoken communication find limitless space, art galleries are the abode of arts where fine works of artistry define artists providing a visual retreat to the observers. With an aim to connect diverse artists and observers, Taragoan Museum is all set to open Contemporary Art Gallery on Friday. With a view to permanently display around 50 works of about 30 contemporary and upcoming Nepali artists, the gallery aims at promoting Nepali art and making the country a hub for art lovers.
KATHMANDU, April 28: Painting exhibition ‘Anirvan’ is on display from Tuesday at Imago Dei Café, Nagpokhari. Artist Niharika Pant’s 21 paintings are featured in the five-day long exhibition. This is her second solo exhibition, which was inaugurated by Maha duo Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bansha Acharya.
KATHMANDU, March 1: Arrival of Holi, festival of colors, has increased business activities in traditional city centers of Kathmandu. Basantapur, which is popular among people celebrating Holi, is seeing a fair transactions of goods related to the celebration.
KATHMANDU, August 27: A painting exhibition by Reeta Manandhar, 'Cultural Expressions' is being held at Nepal Art Council, Babermahal. Susan Shrestha, executive director of Agni Group, inaugurated the exhibition on Friday.
‘Art is the true manifestation of beauty’, believes Samundra Man Singh Shrestha, who is one of the celebrated artists of Nepal. Having acknowledged his passion, Samundra engaged himself with fine arts from an early age of 14. He has been dedicated in the field for two and a half decades and his collections are sold in Europe, Asia and US. Having won four national awards, one international award and a wide recognition worldwide, Samundra is looking forward to receiving one of the most prestigious awards ‘SPANDAN Excellence Award’ by Spandan International in the end of July.
Danfe in Jhamsikhel, Lalitpur, with its creative handbags and fancy dresses, feels much more than just another store from the moment you enter. It’s charm is enhanced by the often heard laughter of young women behind the sewing machines. After the devastating earthquake of 2015, the project Danfe was created to empower marginalized women through tailoring and leadership training. The clothes and accessories that were made by these women throughout the training period are displayed and sold at the showroom in Jhamsikhel.
KATHMANDU, Dec 22: Teletalk P Ltd has launched Colors Pride P-50 Touch smartphone in the Nepali market. According to the company, Pride P-50 Touch’s fingerprint sensor is not just for phone locking and unlocking.
KATHMANDU, Nov 28: Colors Mobiles has launched its camera phones -- Pride P85+ and P85 -- amid a function organized at the Labim Mall, Lalitpur. Issuing a statement, the company said that P85+ has 13 MP rear camera with triple LED flash and selfie flash.
BANGKOK, Nov 17: A Siamese fighting fish with the colors of the Thai national flag has been bought for a record breaking 53,500 baht ($1,530) at an online auction, making it the most expensive Betta fish to ever be sold.