Art works highlight cultural heritages after 2015 quakeBy The Rising Nepal
‘Mere concept of “I” and everything’, the ‘Bishwarupa Idol’ located in the Sleshmantak Forest, rationally portrayed in the form of art, represents the religious and cultural significance of Nepal. Artist Kabi Raj Lama has spent years to paint this historic idol of Bishwarupa.
Hyolmo community celebrates annual Tsechu festival (with photo feature)By The Rising Nepal
This is followed by the Hyolmo villagers divided into females and males who sing and dance arm in arm around the bonfire in unison. The song is an auspicious one that is only meant to be sung during the Tsechu festival. This singing continues to the night and the atmosphere is that of contagious merriment.
Shrinkhala is WorldLink brand ambassadorBy The Rising Nepal
Former Miss Nepal Shrinkhala Khatiwada is named as the brand ambassador of WorldLink Communications Ltd., a broadband Internet Service Provider company. “We are happy to welcome the Miss Nepal 2018, is one of the most popular personalities in Nepal because of her stunning looks, an achiever in academics being the batch topper of Architecture stream and her dedicated work for social causes,” said the company in a statement.
Elderly laments as Holi turns into monotonous affairBy The Rising Nepal
Various Kirtan Mandali would lead the practice right from the day Saraswati Puja ended. “The Jogira practice took place every evening in every village, back in our time. However, it has been lost for decades now,” reminisced a local teacher Ram Prasad Yadav.
First 3D museum of Nepal comes into operationBy The Rising Nepal
Have you ever fantasised about experiencing the wonders of the world but have been held back by financial constraints? Well then those fantasies are about to become reality – in a way – because the 3D museum “Art in Paradise” has opened in Kathmandu.
‘Phul Butte Sari’ reminds Madan Krishna of his wifeBy The Rising Nepal
Veteran comedian and actor Madan Krishna Shrestha has lent his voice to the legendary version of the popular song "Phul Butte Sari". Rajan Raj Siwakoti's popular song 'Phul Butte Sari' has already been released in different versions.
Amber Gurung’s 83rd birth anniversary markedBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal Academy of Music and Drama has observed the 83rd birth anniversary of popular musician and first Chancellor of the Academy Amber Gurung on Thursday by organising a musical programme on the premises of the Academy in Baluwatar, Kathmandu.
Flood in Chamoli A Wake-Up Call To NepalBy The Rising Nepal
The flood that occurred in Chamoli, India a few weeks ago has sent a chill down the spine of all the students of Flood Disaster Risk Reduction around the globe. It has been a wake-up call for a country like Nepal which has several glaciers in its upstream. Unfortunately, the reminder that nature serves it time and again fall on the deaf ears of both Nepal and India. Consequently, these countries suffer a heavy loss of life and property now and then in the aftermath of such disasters.
Law Of Sea And Landlocked CountriesBy The Rising Nepal
Seas and oceans that occupy 70 per cent of the space of the earth are a crucial part of trade and commerce, mineral extraction, power generation and so on. It is considered an essential source of "Blue Economy." To date, 42 states have lacked access to the sea coast in the world, Kazakhstan being the largest among these states.
Young Women Set An ExampleBy The Rising Nepal
A gorgeous young woman is sparkling in happiness: clad in a bright yellow sari, intricate local jewelry, complex mehndi patterns in the hot Terai flatland sun, in the village of Badebarshain in Saptari district. The men of the village have been singing and dancing in her praise for 10 days and nights. The women began singing and dancing five days ago. Her father croons in a crackling voice: “You are my whole heart, who is this new man coming into your life? Will he treat you right?”
The Rana RebelsBy The Rising Nepal
For a century-long Rana rule, the Rana prince and princess had been an unwavering subject of envy of the common people of Nepal. It was natural for the general public to feel envious of the Rana children who revelled in wealth, luxury, comfort, power and
Accelerating Development Through Data ImprovementBy The Rising Nepal
The Rising Nepal daily came up with an important frontpage story- ‘Pandemic Threatens Reversing Development Progress’ on February 8. As per the story, the impact of Covid-19 was severe in the national economy and it was likely to reverse the positive trends as achievements in the health sector,
Importance of Stability In LifeBy The Rising Nepal
The concept of law and order was propounded before any major scientific inventions or discoveries. Humans felt that there was a strong vitality of stability in our lives before we went on exploring, discovering, and creating. A stable and sound working of human behaviour is essential to cr
Live And Let Others LiveBy The Rising Nepal
The world we live in has made immense progress. In this world full of creatures, humans consider themselves superior. They are known to be social creatures. They are called so because of their unique ability to engage in complex reasoning and introspection.
Anju Panta marries KoiralaBy The Rising Nepal
Popular playback singer Anju Pant has tied her nuptial knot with her boyfriend Thir Koirala. They were in love for about a year. Anju and Thir, who follow Christianity, married at a Patan-based church on Wednesday.
Comedy Champion season-2 from March 5By The Rising Nepal
After the success of the first season, the team of 'Comedy Champion' is preparing for the second season. The show will be aired on Kantipur TV every Friday and Saturday from 9 pm to 10 pm from March 5.
Plight of Aryaghat's coin collectorsBy The Rising Nepal
All the three generations of Ram Baniya made a living out of collecting coins which are thrown into the Bagmati River as offering while performing the last rites of the deceased. Their life had not been easy in the holy land of faith and solace.
Chitwan rhino herds migrating westBy The Rising Nepal
“Congregation of several rhinos usually results in fierce combat over space and food. Right now there is a mass exodus and a significant band of rhinos are moving together, which has further increased deaths and injuries,” explained Chief Conservation Officer at CNP Ana Nath Baral.
Province-level art workshop held in Kathmandu, twelve artists paint their ethnic artsBy The Rising Nepal
SC Suman, Sanjay Bantawa, NB Gurung, Ranju Yadav, Merina Chitrakar, Pewa Wangmo Lama, Ruby Kumari Karn, Rajani Sinkhwal, Ramwati Chaudhary, DB Rai, Kiran Singu Limbu and Gita Thakur participated in the event. They painted folk arts of Mithila, Newar, Tharu, Rai, Limbu, Tamang and Gurung communities.