Thursday, April 26, 2012
Bel Bibaha “Ehee” is a ritual that signifies a coming of age for Newar girls. It is an age-old tradition followed devoutly by the Newar community – the predominant resident population in Patan, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Kirtipur in Nepal.
Sunday, April 01, 2012
The Seto (white) Machindranath, resides at Ason, Kathmandu 31 March 2012. Hindu and Buddist devotees from the ethnic Newar community offering butter lamps to Seto Machindranath.
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...