Spreading Awareness and Love

February 16, 2024

Nepal makes history as the first South Asian country to register its first lesbian marriage.

Anju Devi Shrestha, and Suprita Gurung, both aged 33, have made history by becoming the first lesbian couple in Nepal to officially register their marriage. With this, Nepal has become the first country in South Asia to register same sex marriage and second in the whole Asia. Suprita said that if they desired to have […]

January 5, 2024

More than 1,500 loads including gold and silver jewelleries sent from Janakpur, Nepal to Ayodhya, India.

Special Souvenirs, comprising more than 1,500 loads including gold and silver jewelleries, utensils, clothes, and sweets, have been sent from Janakpur, Nepal, on the occasion of the inauguration of the newly built Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, India. The installation ceremony is taking place on January 22. The journey from Janakpurdham will pass through Jaleshwar Nath, Malangwa, […]

December 30, 2023

10 Reason Why King Birendra is Loved by so many

Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev Shah was arguably the most beloved and admired King of Nepal. He ruled Nepal from 1972 until his tragic death in 2001. He shall be remembered as one who was loved by all and one who loved all of them back, as one who truly understood the needs […]

July 2, 2021

Bhairav Aryal – The king of Satire

Bhairav Aryal was born in Kupondole, Lalitpur on 20 September 1936 as Tritha Nath Aryal. He is undoubtedly Nepal’s greatest and the most loved satirist of all time. He was a satirist who commented on the absurdities of modern Nepal, as well as a journalist and editor. The satirical writer, Bhairav Aryal is one of […]

June 29, 2021

15 Ashar – History and Significance

For centuries, when the first rainfall occurs, the farmers revel and get filled with the hope of the harvest. Thus, all the farmers cheer and celebrate the successful ‘Ropai’- plantation.15 Ashadh is “considered as the auspicious day to start rice planting for the year”. The date falls during the monsoon season, an optimal time for […]

June 26, 2021

The Kathmandu – Hetauda Ropeway, Nepal

The 42-km Hetauda-Kathmandu ropeway was built in 1964 AD with the financial and technical assistance of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The infrastructure was being used as an alternative to Tribhuvan Highway and Prithvi Highway to transport goods into the Kathmandu Valley. In its glory days, the ropeway ran 10 hours and […]

June 20, 2021

400-Year-Old Necklace of Hindu Goddess Taleju Bhawani in USA

Necklace of Hindu Goddess Taleju Bhawani inscribed with the name of Malla King of Kathmandu Pratap Malla dated back to 1650 AD at display in The Art Institute of Chicago, USA.    King Pratapa Malla (r. 1641–74) may have been given this ornament, ruler of the Malla dynasty of Nepal, to Taleju Bhavani, the revered […]

June 8, 2021

Taxis in Nepal 1960s – 2000s

June 3, 2021

Tiger Taxi in Nepal

During the 1960s Taxis in Kathmandu had to mandatorily be painted with tiger stripes with tiger head in the bonnet. Photo Courtesies: Photo Museum Nepal (1) Shirley Vosburg, Nepal Peace Corp (2) #tigertaxi #history #hippie #kathmandu #tigercabs #oldnepal #nepal #nonextquestion

June 2, 2021

265th Death Anniversary of Legendary Warrior of Nepal – Kaji Kalu Pande

WORTH READING ? Bansidhar Pande popularly known as Kalu Pande was a Nepalese warrior and military general who was appointed as Kaji of The Gorkha Kingdom. He was born in 1770 BS/ 1713 A.D in Gorkha. He was the commander of the Gorkhali forces during the Expansion Campaign of Nepal. Along with being a warrior, […]

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