Rhododendrons Blossom In Spring!By The Rising Nepal
Rhododendron in Nepal is known as Gurans. In spring, Gurans (Rhododendrons) blossom in the mountainous and high hill areas. The colourful Gurans of different species make the forest beautiful and make the visitors desirous.
Spellbinding Rara (photo feature)By TRN Online
Rara is the biggest lake in Nepal. Surrounded by green mountains which witness snowfall in winter, Rara remains spellbinding all the seasons.
3rd Janakpur Literature Festival to begin todayBy The Rising Nepal
The third edition of Janakpur Literature Festival is beginning in Janakpurdham on Friday. The third edition of the festival is being organised by Mithila Foundation, Nepal, from March 3 to 5. The details of the festival were made public amid a press conference held in Janakpur on Thursday. “The festival aims to promote Nepali literature and culture of Madhes,” said Priyanka Jha, coordinator of the festival.
Age will not stop me from fulfilling my desires: AcharyaBy The Rising Nepal
With over 80 songs to his credit, Narayan Kumar Acharya has been writing songs for over four decades. Now in his late 60s, Acharya, who is also a retired Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), is still writing songs. Born in Kalaiya, Bara, he had joined the Nepal Police in 1973. He had retired from the service 18 years ago.
Uptown Music Festival todayBy The Rising Nepal
Uptown Music Festival has been scheduled to be held for the first time in Nepal on March 4 in Jhamsikhel, Lalitpur. The festival will be featuring musical performances by Deepak Bajracharya, Sabin Rai and The Pharaoh, Nabin K. Bhattarai and Atripta, Kali Prasad Baskota, Arko Mukherjee Collective and Robin and the New Revolution.
Actor Pal Shah surrenders to policeBy TRN Online
Actor Pal Shah has surrendered at the District Police Office, Tanahu on Sunday. DSP Yuba Raj Khadka of the District Police Office Tanahun informed that he was taken under control by the police some time ago.
Classical guitar maestro Kishor Gurung continues live concertBy The Rising Nepal
Kishor Gurung is an iconic musical figure whose countless contributions to the Nepali music landscape procured a global variety, awareness and wholesome vision to the perpetual mono-dimensional way of perceiving music.
Nurturing Care For ChildrenBy The Rising Nepal
Offering adequate nurturing care to small children for their age-appropriate development and early stimulation in a responsible manner remains incredibly important in their physical, cognitive, social, emotional and linguistic development. Studies carried out in the field of Early Childhood Development (ECD) suggest that a human brain develops at its fastest rate the younger the human is. A three-year-old child's brain is twice as active as an adult's. In a three-year-old child, neurons form new...
What Is Multitasking?By The Rising Nepal
Time, an illusion entity, has a rather indefinite way of working itself. The more we think we are approaching something, the further we seem to get from it. A very simple example of this can be lifecycle of human beings - it starts with us being completely dependent and ends in dependency too. Our parents who once could support us lose their independence to us as we gain our independence from them gradually. Although it may not seem likely, everything around us works in circles.
The Five BrothersBy The Rising Nepal
Rana Prime Minister Chandra Sumshere had five sons from his first wife, Lok Bhakta Devi. From 1901 until 1950, these sons were the shadow players of Nepali politics and were a power base themselves. Chandra did not enroll his sons to Durbar School and taught them under private tutors inside the Singha Durbar. All of them had excellent English, which they wrote, spoke and read with adequate fluency. The three brothers- Keshar, Singha and Krishna were married to sisters of King Tribhuvan. The five...
Music Tradition Of MithilaBy The Rising Nepal
Maithili is the language of songs and music. Vidyapati is the pioneer poet in making Maithili a prominent language of music and song. Vidyapati (1360-1448) is the foremost poet who made it so popular. Vidyapati Nanyadev (1097) of Karnat dynasty, who made Simraungarh his capital, was well versed in music. He wrote ‘Sarswati Hridyalankar’, which is the testimony of his musical knowledge and taste.
Mantras To Maintain Post-Pandemic ResilienceBy The Rising Nepal
One of the influential writers and TV presenter, Fareed Zakaria, has come up with another riveting book, "Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World." As the title suggests, the book presents ten lessons for us to negotiate the post-pandemic situation. The word, 'lesson', also suggests the learning and experience we had in the past, which can be useful to cope with the future. Similarly, we are still amid the pandemic, which reflects our present situation.
As Life IsBy Aashish Mishra
Amazon has listed this book as an action-packed Nepali novel on the duality of love, life and the relationship between two continents, leading to meditation and resolution. While quite a mouthful and a tad bit exaggerated, this summary does reflect the medley that is the book ‘Mochan’ by Tulasi Acharya.
Peace Of Mind And NatureBy The Rising Nepal
World peace is a state of no war, no killing, and particularly, is a state where people have peace of mind and they don't suffer from diseases. The coronavirus pandemic has unsettled our world in recent years, leaving thousands of people dead. Absence of pandemics also guides us towards peaceful state.
Samikshya files rape charge against PaulBy The Rising Nepal
Singer Samikshya Adhikari filed a rape case against actor Paul Shah (Purna Bikram Shah) at the District Police Office, Tanahun on Wednesday. According to Yubraj Khadka, Deputy Superintendent of Police of the District Police Office, Tanahun, a complaint has been lodged against Paul Shah, (Purna Bikram Shah) 32, who hails from Ghorahi Sub-Metropolitan Ward -2, Rampur in Dang District and is currently living at Om Shanti Chowk, Kharibot, New Baneshwor.
National Tharu Literary Conference beginsBy The Rising Nepal
The Sixth National Tharu Literary Conference has begun at Sinhapur in Krishnapur Municipality-6, of Kanchanpur. Chief of Krishnapur Municipality Karna Bahadur Hamal inaugurated the conference amidst a function on Thursday. The three-day conference is jointly organised by Tharu Writers Association and Tharu Kalyankarini Sabha Kanchanpur with the objective of preserving and promoting the Tharu language, literature and culture.
Artists are gems of nation: Minister AleBy RSS
Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Prem Bahadur Ale, has said that artists are the gems of the nation.
Preparations for Mahashivaratri in full swingBy RSS
Minister Ale directed the officials of the Pashupati Area Development Trust to manage all the facilities for religious tourists in the Pashupati area. He also drew the attention of the officials to clean the Pashupati area and make good arrangements for toilets.
FLF award concludesBy The Rising Nepal
The joint FLF Award- 2078 organised targeting films and music videos in Limbu language, culture and Palam concluded at the Film Development Board in the capital on Sunday. Sanjib Thebe and Bimala Khajum were presented the best new actor awards in the ceremony.