Two brothers, Robin Sharma and Anup Sharma had nine years of experience in running the ‘Guitar Shop’ under their belt when they founded the ‘Mantra Guitar’ in 2017. After studying MBA in Media and Entertainment, in Mumbai, Robin and Anup began this journey with products that will help to change, connect and build art with music. From that point, they intended to produce affordable guitars that will change the people’s view towards the musical instruments.
Making a career in music in Nepal is considered difficult. With western artists wowing the Nepali audience like never before, our own artists are usually ignored. This was the same case with 16-year-old Siddhartha Chhetri, a huge fan of rap music, who initially only listened to western artists such as Eminem and Kanye West.
TRIPOLI, July 23: As tensions over the migration policy inside the EU continue to escalate, the bloc has been attempting to stay afloat by literally shipping the problem abroad. However, its plan to establish migrant processing centers in the North African countries has run into a brick wall, which Europeans built themselves with their invasion of Libya back in 2011.
17-year-old Karma Yangzen Lama Yolmo’s covers of popular English and Nepali songs create quite the buzz on social media. As a Nepali Instagrammer and YouTuber, Yolmo has gathered over 20k followers on Instagram and more than 5k subscribers on her YouTube channel.
KATHMANDU, Sept 25: Incumbent ANFA Acting President Narendra Shrestha and vice president Karma Tsering Sherpa are set to vie for the post of president in the upcoming elections of the football governing body of Nepal scheduled for October 24.