Jhumra - the vanishing traditional Tharu danceBy RSS
Like many other indigenous communities of Nepal, the Tharu community too has a rich cultural heritage. One of the rich cultural heritages is Jhumra, a traditional Tharu dance. Jhumra is an indispensable yet vanishing intangible cultural legacy of Tharu.
Construction of nation's first war museum in Sindhuligadhi completesBy The Rising Nepal
The Battalion informed that the war museum was constructed under the campaign to develop the East-West unified road and conserve all the forts in the area. Battalion chief Bijaya Thapa said that the museum was constructed in around Rs. 70 million.
Danish Muhammad cartoonist Kurt Westergaard diesBy BBC
Kurt Westergaard, a Danish cartoonist whose caricature of the Prophet Muhammad outraged many Muslims worldwide, has died at the age of 86.
Nepal's national anthem in HebrewBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal's national anthem 'Sayau thunga fulka hami..' has been translated into the Hebrew language by the Israeli ambassador to Nepal Hanan Gorder.
At least three months to take to restore Melamchi-Kathmandu water supply systemBy RSS
It seems to take at least three months to restore the Melamchi to the Kathmandu Valley water supply system.
Water from airport construction site enters settlementBy The Rising Nepal
Each time it rains, water from the under-construction Pokhara Regional International Airport (PRIA) enters the human settlements, mostly in Chauthe and Majeripatan of Pokhara Metropolitan City-14.
Yoga has innumerable benefits: DPM MahasethBy The Rising Nepal
Yoga is an ancient practice with innumerable benefits, said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Raghubir Mahaseth while speaking at the virtual programme organised by the Art of Living to celebrate the seventh international day of yoga on Monday.
$1B feud reveals dark side of art worldBy The Rising Nepal
The $450M 'Salvator Mundi' is the subject of a $1B battle between a Russian oligarch and a Swiss art dealer -- and it's set to heat up again.
Very Hungry Caterpillar author Eric Carle diesBy BBC
Carle's most famous book, which tells the story of a ravenous caterpillar, was published in 1969 and has sold more than 50 million copies. The simple but everlasting tale - just 224 words long - has been translated into 62 languages.
The world's biggest, weirdest music event is back, and we need it more than everBy The Rising Nepal
A trumpet-playing German dancer dressed as a middle finger! A singer accused of advocating Satan-worship! A smattering of central and Eastern European talent show veterans! And, for some reason, Flo Rida! They're all on hand, along with scores of other eccentrics, to cheer up a region itching for a party.
Well-known filmmaker Chetan Karki passes awayBy The Rising Nepal
Film director, lyricist, and novelist Chetan Karki died today at the age of 84 while receiving treatment at the Army Hospital in Kathmandu.
4th edition of NIFF begins virtuallyBy The Rising Nepal
The festival is being organised with the objective of introducing Nepali films and filmmakers to the international arena and spreading Nepali art, culture and tourism all over the world through films.
Madan Krishna pays tribute to Prem Dhoj Pradhan from hospital bedBy The Rising Nepal
Veteran artiste and comedian, Madan Krishna Shrestha has expressed deep sorrow over the demise of veteran singer Prem Dhoj Pradhan who passed away on Thursday in Kathmandu.
Junuko Jutta receives festival award in RussiaBy The Rising Nepal
Nepali short film “Junuko Jutta” (The Shoes of a Little Girl) has won yet another international award.
'Crazy Rich Asians' director Jon M. Chu: 'The American dream is not a given'By The Rising Nepal
In this summer's highly-anticipated "In the Heights," cast members sing and dance on the streets of Manhattan to tell the tale of a bodega owner who dreams of one day returning to the Dominican Republic to open a bar.
Grammy Awards scrap controversial voting committeesBy The Rising Nepal
The organisers of the Grammy Awards have scrapped their anonymous voting committees following allegations of rigging, favouritism and racism.
The 'anonymous' South African artist turning dreams into reality through photography and ARBy The Rising Nepal
By using a blend of fine art photography and augmented reality, he merges the real and virtual worlds to bring his dreams to life.
Oscars 2021 winners in fullBy BBC
Hollywood's biggest night has taken place, honouring the movie industry's finest from the past 12 months. Here is the full list of the winners of the 93rd Academy Awards.
Oscars 2021: Nomadland, Hopkins and Kaluuya share gloryBy The Rising Nepal
Film drama Nomadland has scooped three Oscars including best picture, while British stars Sir Anthony Hopkins and Daniel Kaluuya have won acting awards.