GAI JATRA, this year, is taking place tomorrow. However, unlike before, this year, there won’t be any huge celebration due to the ongoing Coronavirus uncertainty. The local government has decided to allow the celebrations of cultural festivals by maintaining adequate social/physical distancing and safety measures.
Seems like forever now that the world was normal. We could go just about anywhere, meet anyone, hang out with friends, go to the parks, try out the new restaurant that opened just around the corner, etc. Just reminiscing those days gives a hint of
Everyone’s talking about the new Coronavirus aka COVID-19 outbreak and it’s becoming more serious day by day. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a new strain discovered in 2019 and has not been previously identified in humans. The disease was first identified in Wuhan, China in December
Ever heard of Ginger Shots? It’s basically a strong beverage that helps in making your lifestyle healthier and keeps you energized. The basic ingredients include fresh ginger, lemon, and honey. Ginger shots are claimed to help boost your immune system and keep illness away. Not
Happy Dashain Everyone! The longest and greatest festival in Nepal is here. Dashain festival takes place around September and October and is celebrated by most communities in Nepal. This year, it started on 29th September and will continue till October 13. Dashain is the celebration
In the city full of festivals, Kathmandu, the biggest festival is Indra Jatra. Indra Jatra, the festival of classical dance is also famous as Yenya, Ye means “Kathmandu” and nya means “celebration”, together it means “celebration inside the valley, Kathmandu”. The festival consists of two
For an exclusive interview, we present you the rising star in Nepali Hip-hop industry – Utsaha Joshi, aka UNIQ POET. Uniq is a rapper, a musician and a lyricist from Nepal. There would barely be any youth in Nepali Music Industry that does not know
The office is said to be like our second home. We spend the majority of our waking hours at the office and our co-workers play a huge role in our life since we have to spend most of our time with them. But are you
Matya, the festival of lights is here! ‘Tis a unique Buddhist festival celebrated in Patan, a day after Gai Jatra. The festival is known for taking out processions in many Buddhist temples and stupas in Patan. This day-long parade around the historical city starts at
Patan is located at the heart of the city in the south-western part of Kathmandu Valley and is known to be one of the oldest cities in Nepal. Patan is also widely known as “Lalitpur”. Both of the names were derived from the Sanskrit “Lalitapattan”.