Healing Kathmandu

Restoring Heritage: Tripureshwor Mahadev Temple Premises

In the heart of Kathmandu, a sacred site has been grappling with a sorry state of neglect and destruction. The Tripureshwor Mahadev Temple, a symbol of cultural and historical significance, stands wounded by the aftermath of the 2015 earthquakes and the ongoing challenges posed by squatters resorting to burning its …

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विदेशिने बारे

कठै, मान्छे बेच्छ मेरो देश ! आधुनिक नेपालको दुई सयबर्षे इतिहासमा राजनीतिक, आर्थिक र सामाजिक रुपमा ठुला परिवर्तनहरू भए । तर, यसबिच राज्यको एउटा नीति र नागरिकको एउटा प्रवृत्तिले भने सधैँ निरन्तरता पाइरह्यो । त्यो हो, राज्यको मान्छे बेच्ने नीति र नागरिकको लाहुरे बन्न रमाउने प्रवृत्ति । यो आलेख यिनै …

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Lost Idols of Nepal

Words by Anutara Shakya Stolen idols echo silenced stories, their return a beacon of hope for Nepal’s lost heritage. The theft of idols isn’t just about missing objects; it’s a fracture in our cultural identity, leaving broken faith in its wake. Through vigilance and online activism, lost idols find a …

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Underreported Health Consequences of Cigarette Chemicals 

Words by: Ojaswee Karki Although tobacco has been around for centuries, our knowledge of the harm smoking does to the body is far more recent. It wasn’t until the late 1940s and early 1950s that smoking was first connected to lung cancer and other illnesses. Smoke from tobacco cigarettes contains …

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The Bumpy Ride of Ambulance Services

“It’s a narrative where every second counts, where the absence of well-equipped ambulances often becomes the precarious thread between clinging to life and succumbing to fate.”   When seconds count, efficient ambulance services become the lifeline between life and death. The ambulances and the crew are the silent heroes racing …

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Passing the Traditions Torch 

“Nepal’s festivals, with their vibrant colors, melodious music, and heartfelt celebrations, are a reflection of the nation’s rich heritage.” “In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to lose sight of the profound significance that festivals once held in our lives.” “Our grandparents and great grandparents did many rituals and knew the …

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Losing Flavours

food losing flavors

(WORDS BY Anutara Shakya) Food is a universal language and this is especially true for our society that uses the term, “Have you had breakfast/lunch/tea/dinner?” as a greeting on a daily basis. The term is not just for asking if someone has had eaten, and if they haven’t, they’re invited …

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Life in Plastic, IT’S (NOT) FANTASTIC

plastic pollution in kathmandu

(WORDS BY Anutara Shakya) You see it everywhere, on a pile of trash in the corner of a street, floating down the Bagmati river, flying in the air with a strong gust of wind, even on hiking trails around the city. Plastic pollution is indeed a very big issue in …

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From Pollution to Purification: Innovative Initiatives for Sustainable Air Quality

greenifying kathmandu

Breathing clean air is a critical issue, especially in urban areas. Air pollution is a global concern that poses severe risks to human health and the environment. To combat this issue, innovative solutions are emerging worldwide, aimed at purifying and revitalizing the air we breathe. In this article, we will …

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