Stories By 'Timothy Aryal'
The three cities of the Valley have all adopted their own approaches to reconstructing their heritage. While Bhaktapur has stayed strictly local, Kathmandu and Patan have welcomed foreign funds and expertise, irking activists.
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Metal might deal with teenage angst, frustration and anger, but it often tends to do so in an extreme fashion. For instance, one of Ugra Karma’s earliest and most popular of records, Chandal Saitaan, hints at the band’s affection with themes of gore and serial killing:
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The foods at Russian Food Festival will definitely be unfamiliar to the Nepali palate, but the dishes are uniquely savoury and carry a distinct Russian flavour to them.
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In an exhibition that brings together old and new paintings, Ragini Upadhyay Grela explores what loves means in the modern age
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A medium wide shot of a couple sleeping opens the scene It’s nighttime and the chirp of insects hangs in the air
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“My dolls have souls,” says Padma Shree Shrestha. And on first glance, it appears that she might be right. These hundreds of dolls look alive, just about ready to step out of the glass frames they are comfortably housed in.
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