Dr Basudev Krishna Shastri, an astrologer with 15 years of experience, and an expert in vastu shastra, says it is a principle through which people can live in harmony with nature. Following the principles of vastu shastra will lead you to live a peaceful and prosperous life by balancing the effects of the five key elements of this subject—which are earth, water, heat (or fire), air and space.
Ritavrat Joshi is one of the emerging bass players in Nepal. He’s currently involved in Kamero, Space and his solo act, Lawpacks. MyCity features Joshi on this week’s Instant Inquiry. Here’s what he had to say:
With more and more people working for themselves and starting their own projects and businesses, co-working spaces have become increasingly popular. According to the website coworker.com, there are more than 10 co-working spaces in Kathmandu. So, what is it that attracts people, especially young entrepreneurs, to these co-working spaces?
At home, many of us have a small patch or some barren land that was supposed to be a luscious green garden but it has somehow ended up being an empty space ruining the overall the aesthetic of your space. However, if done right, that very space can become one of the most beautiful areas in your house
While inducting Metallica to the ‘’Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’ in 2009, Flea, bassist for American rock band Red Hot Chilli Peppers once said, “When a person gets rocking to their music, everything else disappears, and that person is just one with the music. It is an inexplicable, awesome thing, and I bow down to it.” The definition of music varies from people to people. Some people consider it to be an escaping drug while some call it their passion. However, to be a musician, many people carry the definition of being inspired by various other people. To know about that fact, My City’s team asked various musicians who have been on their musical journey.
KATHMANDU, July 26: As the government comes up with a slew of measures including declaration of various areas in the capital city as prohibited zones, there are growing concerns within civil society that they are bent on curbing civic space — something very vital in a healthy democracy.
Humankind has made a lot of progress in the recent years. We have come to discover things never imagined before. The most fascinating of all is the finding of our own universe. In finding these answers, we also uncovered chilling secrets of our existence.
KATHMANDU, June 30: Various public sector bodies are continuing to occupy the Khula Manch space, threatening the very existence of the historic grounds with open air theatre for public gatherings in the nation’s capital.
I am a 28-year-old guy currently living in Kathmandu. I run a small business and it’s doing well. My family and friends are impressed with my work. However, my girlfriend is currently studying in Australia and I know how tough it is for her to manage everything on her own. She has been asking me to marry her, and move to Australia.
Needless to say, social media plays a vital role in networking, and increasing the social relations of users. However, immaturity and the unmanaged synchronization between online life and real life tend to open doors to cybercrime, and even mental illnesses.
Manish Lal Shrestha never thought he would be a professional artist and make his living through colors and brushes. It was his mother who sent him to India to study arts and encouraged him to pursue it professionally. Today, after decades of training, Shrestha is an art expert who has been actively working to promote visual arts through his studio/gallery, Mcube in Patan, Lalitpur.
KATHMANDU, Jan 27: The search for work stations required for those who will operate the new provincial setups, including offices for governors and provincial ministers and assemblies, has been speeded up at all seven temporary province capitals.
KATHMANDU, Jan 23: The Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development (MoFALD) has directed its subordinate offices at the local level to ensure necessary physical infrastructure for the operation of provincial offices.
MOSCOW, Oct 4: Six decades after Sputnik, a refined version of the rocket that put the first artificial satellite in orbit remains the mainstay of Russia’s space program — a stunning tribute to the country’s technological prowess, but also a sign that it has failed to build upon its achievements.
KATHMANDU, July 6: Nepal Astronomical Society (NASO) in association with Terraztra Space Exploration has come up with a new project titled Project Terranaut, a global outreach initiative providing an opportunity to 14 people to train like a Yuri Gagarin in Russia.
KATHMANDU, April 7: Most of the lawmakers speaking in the 'Special Hour' of the Legislature-Parliament session on Friday objected to the decision of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City approving the construction of a multi-storey building at the Old Bus Park in Kathmandu despite knowing that the Kathmandu Valley lies in high-risk earthquake zone.
KATHMANDU, March 9: Chinese ambassador to Nepal, Yu Hong, on Thursday said that women of Nepal are making not only the country but entire world proud by their exemplary occupation in the parliament and three most important positions.
NASA scientists in an unprecedented study have found that space travel may alter gene expression. The study involved astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent a year in space and his identical twin Mark who stayed on Earth.
Kathmandu, Dec 22: When you enter Karkhana, you don’t enter into a typical work space but into a whole new creative space filled with home-built antennas, a laser cutter, colorful child-designed posters, musical instruments and many more. It began as a product designing company in 2012.
China launched its longest manned space mission on Monday, sending two astronauts into orbit to spend a month aboard a space laboratory that is part of a broader plan to have a permanent manned space station in service around 2022.
They say if you forget history, history will forget you. So if we had to, how could we document Nepal’s current history? The Week asked some history writers and professors about the aspects that they believe should be the main feature. Along the way, they also shared their opinion about the state of history documentation and readership in our country.