Category:  Nepali Times

Man Bahadur Biswokarma, 52, runs a small tea shop at New Road’s Pipalbot, once a popular spot for Kathmandu’s poets, writers, journalists and revolutionaries. Today, Pipalbot no longer represents Nepal’s public sphere, and Nepalis like Man Bahadur are too busy trying to… बृस्तृत…

The holy economy 0 ON: February 20, 2015

“Just Chanting om is not enough.” -Swami Ananda Arun Love was in the air last week as Nepalis really got into the mood for Valentine’s Day. But over at Osho Tapoban in the midst of forested hills, devotees of the love guru… बृस्तृत…

Twice blessed 0 ON: January 9, 2015

Nepal’s most-famous comedian duo MaHa (Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bansha Acharya) don’t just make us laugh at ourselves, they have also been known to bring empathy and healing to those in despair. During a three-month long journey across North America in… बृस्तृत…

Asia uncovered 0 ON: November 28, 2014

MANILA – The Philippines had just come out of two decades of the Marcos dictatorship when the 1986 pro-democracy movement erupted on the streets. But the euphoria of democracy soon gave way to disillusionment, the hard-won, fragile freedoms were threatened frequently by… बृस्तृत…

A multi-tasked life 0 ON: November 7, 2014

What amazes forester, entrepreneur, writer and positive thinker Karna Sakya the most? Everything around him. He points to an excavator working at his project site and ponders on its power. The machine’s articulated claw works like a human hand, but can lift… बृस्तृत…


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