Arts and Entertainment
A handful of artists are trying to rid Nepal of musical misunderstanding by introducing new genres to Nepali ears
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Ventriloquism wasn’t always what Seema Golchha wanted to do with her life—one day, she simply took up the art out of sheer interest 
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Swarnim Maharjan is fusing popular tracks with traditional sounds to keep young people listening to Nepali music.
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Gallery of Creatives’s limited edition photo exhibit showcases Nepal’s varied landscape and cultures through the lens of five travel photographers.
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Co-working spaces are also developing as community hubs where small business entrepreneurs connect and collaborate with like-minded individuals
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Over time, the presence of mandalas in the Kathmandu Valley spread--especially in the Buddhist community. Even Pancha Buddha, the five celestial Buddhas which is represented widely in mandalas, are omnipresent in the valley.
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With its ever-growing userbase and commercial repurposing, is this social media platform still a place for artists?
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Members of the Queer Youth Group are busy preparing placards for Nepal’s first pride parade, to be organised on Saturday, marking Pride Month. 
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The seven-day long festival tried to be diverse and inclusive—but with limited staging, did it achieve what it set out to do?
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With the younger generation embracing other professions, the tradition of naus and naunees is slowly dying out.
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He relished the unseen, explored the unknown, and gave his followers a taste of humanity.
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