Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Samyak Mahadan at Nagbahal Feb 25, 2012. The Mahadan Festival is celebrated once in five years. More than a hundred statues of Dipankaras, and incarnation of Buddha, and other Duddhist gods and goddesses are paraded through the streets of Patan to mark the festival.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Monday, February 20, 2012
Sadhus: Hindu holy men flock to Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu during Mahashivratri festival. Hindus across the world are celebrating Mahashivratri, or Shiva's night festival believed to be the day when Shiva got married. Here's some photos I have captured at Pashupatinath Temple this morning.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Bahadur Maharjan, 86 years old mustard oil seller from Thecho, Lalitpur whom I met today while I went for a Culture Walk in Patan. He was a jolly person and we had a very interesting chat. He was inviting me to his home village if I ever need mustard-oil, made traditional oil mill in Thecho. He even promised me to offer home make wine and he guarantee that his wine will make me 10 times more talkative than I am.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
We have all, at some point or the other, been enthralled by the sight of a flock of pigeons taking to the air, wings spread against the sun. For those who breed and fly these wonderful birds, there is an art and science to the process that makes it unlike any other hobby in the world. And although pigeon-keeping and flying might be something quite a few Nepalis have indulged in over time, the activity only took the form of an official sport in the year 2000 under the initiative of a group of pigeon-keepers from Kathmandu.
Yomari is the traditional food of Newar community in Nepal. I am not a big fan of Yomari but there are many people whose mouths get watery w...
Wedding photography is something I take pride doing and it intrigues me. I don’t remember how many weddings I have photographed so far but t...
Home from Home: Pasang Lama has been selling tea in a portable stall at Basantapur, Kathmandu, for the past six years to eke out a living....
So surprised to see our national flower "Laliguras" infront of IIJB Building and couldn't stop taking some pictures.
On assignment I paddled up to Thankot Check post this morning. I know cycle is a wrong choice to go Thankot since it's Dashain time, ou...
Workshop on Photojournalism kick off in Birgunj. A week long workshop is organized by MTC/Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists (NEFEJ) a...