Tag Archives: 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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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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