Have you ever wondered what Kathmandu looked like many years back? Was it just as chock-a-block with concrete houses and plagued with traffic back then as well? A photo exhibition at The Taragaon Museum might answer some of your questions.
The life of a wildlife photographer is one with many challenges. One has to wake up early, wait for hours on end, and sometimes over days, to capture that one shot and learn about animal migration patterns and their behavior. However, looking at the photographs, one can safely say that the results are worth it.
Though many are familiar with the natural beauty of Pokhara, they are not aware of how Pokhara looked like hundred years ago. People have no idea about the structure of the city back then. Taking this into consideration, Dirghaman and Ganeshman Chitrakar Art Foundation organized a photo exhibition titled ‘Dirghaman Chitrakar ko paschim kshetra ko tyo bela ko yatra.’
KATHMANDU, July 5: Here are the award winning photographs from “Nepal Photo Contest – 2018” organized by Photo Journalist Club on the six different categories such as Culture and Tourism, Daily Life, Nature and Wildlife, Nepal smiles, News, Sports and Photo of the year.
RATNANAGAR, Feb 21: The Tharu Cultural Museum and Research Centre at Bachhauli, the nearest Tharu village to Sauraha, has various old assets, photographs and paintings which are major attraction to visitors.
KATHMANDU, Nov 14: Nepali photographers have organized a two-week photo exhibition in Witzenhausen, Germany that began on November 11. The exhibition titled ‘Nepal – Daily life, Culture and Landscape’ features a set of 30 photographs by Chandra Shekhar Karki, senior photographer; Aishu Mathema and Deepak Tolange, who are also the organizers and curators of the exhibition.
KATHMANDU, Nov 1: This year’s Tihar has come with an end with Bhaitika on Tuesday. The five-day festival is considered to be of great importance as it shows reverence to not just the humans and the Gods, but also to the animals like crows, cows and dogs who maintain an intense relationship with humans.
KATHMANDU, Aug 28: The Press Council Nepal (PCN) has sought clarification from eight online news portals for publishing gruesome photographs related to the victims of the Trishuli bus accident on August 26.