Khanal lunches cartoon bookBy The Rising Nepal
Artist and Journalist of Gorkhapatra Sasthan, Keshab Raj Khanal has launched the book titled “Nepal Ma Cartoon Hijo Ra Aaja” amid the programme held at Nepal Academy of Fine Arts on Friday in Kathmandu.
Cultural programme complements President’s visit to BangladeshBy The Rising Nepal
President Bidya Devi Bhandari’s recent visit to Bangladesh to attend the celebrations marking the birth centenary of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and its 50th independence day has opened up an avenue for Nepal to participate in cultural exchange programmes with the country.
UK court rejects Depp bid to appeal 'wife beater' rulingBy The Rising Nepal
A British court on Thursday refused Johnny Depp permission to appeal a judge's ruling that he assaulted ex-wife Amber Heard, saying his attempt to overturn the decision had "no real prospect of success."
A Bird Watchers' ParadiseBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal is an exceptionally rich country in terms of the diversity of bird species. Though occupying a small area in the world, Nepal boasts of more than 886 species of birds, which is around 8 per cent of the total bird species of the globe.
Work-Family Conflict : Balancing Act Required To SucceedBy The Rising Nepal
Problems related to work-family conflict are common in modern organisations. Stress, low performance, absenteeism, job quitting and committing suicide are the results of such conflict, which started right from the early days of human civilisation.
Gurumandal Ritual in Vajrayana BuddhismBy The Rising Nepal
The Newar Buddhists have been playing a significant role in flourishing Buddhism in Nepal. They have still been performing Buddhist rituals that are observed from birth to death of a person. Newar rites can be divided into two parts: the exotic (bahya) and the esoteric (guhya). Both the exoteric and esoteric ritual acts consist of the basic ritual elements. There are ten rites popularly known as Dasakarma or Dasakarma Sanskar are commonly followed on the Buddhist way.
China's Exemplary FeatBy Nanda Lal Tiwari
At a grand ceremony held in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Chinese President Xi Jinping on February 25 declared that China had achieved a complete victory in eliminating absolute poverty. The announcement was in line with China's one of two centenary goals: to build a moderately prosperous society by 2021 or end poverty within this period. The year 2021 marks a hundred year of the founding of the Communist Party of China while 2049 marks a hundred year of the founding of the People's Republic...
Confession Of An Acne SuffererBy The Rising Nepal
Ever since my teenage years, I have suffered from acne. As a teenager, I was quite self-conscious and frankly dreaded every pimple that would manifest on my face. I would try all sorts of remedies- from allopathic to herbal and ayurvedic medicines. But to no avail. Now that I am in my thirties I am still plagued by acne, although it isn’t as severe.
Artistically Penned PoemsBy The Rising Nepal
Ma Jaleko Chita (The Funeral Pyre Where I Am Burning) is an impressive collection of Nepali poems, where poetry-loving readers can find artistically woven views on a myriad of subjects of our day-to-day life. This collection, which is written for nearly a year, is also impressive even from the point of view of size because it contains sixty-five poems. However, there is one apparent surprise. This is the first book of poet Tanka Mani Adhikari, which during the poet's journey of life, has rarely...
Sapkota finding inspiration from nature for fashion designingBy The Rising Nepal
Fashion is the art of creating exquisite patterns by sewing and weaving fabrics of different colours, sizes and varieties. Fashion certainly requires skills but it also depends heavily on inspiration and for aspiring fashion designer Radha Dhakal Sapkota, that inspiration comes from nature.
'Passport to Pokhara' offer mooted to attract domestic touristsBy RSS
Domestic Tourism Restoration Committee (DTRC) Gandaki is bringing 'Passport to Pokhara' offer through 'scratch and win' so as to make the coronavirus-battered tourism dynamic.
Aamir Khan tests positive for COVID-19, self-quarantines at homeBy The Rising Nepal
Actor Aamir Khan becomes the latest Bollywood celebrity to test positive for COVID-19. Confirming the latest news, the spokesperson of the actor has revealed that the actor has currently self quarantining himself at his home.
Gautam Buddha theatre festival beginsBy The Rising Nepal
With the aim of spreading the philosophy of Lord Gautam Buddha and the influence of Bodhisattva, Dabli Theater has started the Buddha Theater Festival at the Rastriya Nach Ghar from March 21 until March 27.
Cinema halls wait for Bollywood filmsBy The Rising Nepal
When every sector, which had remained closed for over nine months because of COVID-19 lockdown, has already returned to their normalcy, cinema theatres are still struggling for their revival. Restaurants, business hub, zoo, museums and other sectors are running smoothly with increasing number of visitors.
Artists against social injusticeBy The Rising Nepal
Haatemalo Collective is a team of dedicated individuals belonging to the Dalit community and indigenous nationalities supporting the Dalit Bahujan Movement for the elimination of caste-based discrimination through mutual aid and public discussions.
One-fourth of stone spouts in Kathmandu Valley on verge of extinctionBy The Rising Nepal
Out of 387 stone spouts recorded in the Kathmandu Valley, 67 have gone out of use and many have much decreased flow of water.
Reconstruction of Kasthamandap to be complete by JulyBy The Rising Nepal
Keeping up with the legacy, the whole of the monument has been constructed using Sal wood. Shakya mentioned that trees have not been unnecessarily cut but used from places where trees needed to be cut for other development projects. “The wood was sourced from Chitwan, trees from Mahottari that were cut during the construction of BP highway, from Amlekhgunj during the construction of Barauni-Amlekhgunj pipeline and from Dhangadhi,” Chairperson Shakya said.
Struggling To Stay AfloatBy The Rising Nepal
Nepalis aren’t exactly known for their museum-going culture. Several of them prefer to spend our free time relaxing at home or parks and open spaces. We would rather go for lunch with our friends than visit a museum and ponder about the days of old.
Academic Writing Enhancing Communication SkillsBy The Rising Nepal
Academic writing is central to communication since it has a wide range of significance in communicating written messages at large. Mary R. Colonna and Judith E. Gilbert define academic writings as a social endeavour, a way of communicating with others, informing them, persuading them, debating with them. They perceive writing as not only an expression of one’s individuality and personality but also as an active social process involving discussion, interaction with teachers, group work and peer...