Here’s how the popular Routine of Nepal Banda runs
The page started as an outlet to disseminate information on bandas. But today, with more than 1.5 million likes on Facebook and 600,000 followers on Instagram, it is changing the way Nepalis consume news.
Min Bahadur Bham: Our film industry lacks creative producers who can invest more than money
The award-winning filmmaker on his love for the art of cinema and the current scenario of the Nepali movie industry.
Why do we want the big, fat Nepali wedding?
From a mehendi ceremony to a bachelorette party to a filming/photography crew, Nepali weddings these days have become more massive, lavish and expensive.
Celebrate all kinds of love this Valentine’s Day
This Valentine's Day, the Post brings a few stories of love that celebrates all kinds of love
Niraj Khanal, a budding leaf artist, breaks down the process of drawing on leaves
On leaves, the artist has made portraits of famous personalities like Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, Kul Man Ghising, Rajesh Hamal, Keki Adhikari, Paras Khadka, and Barsha Raut.
Want to get married? First, have an American green card
More and more Nepalis are flocking to marriage bureaus to find partners--and their biggest requirement is permanent residency in a first world country.
A beginner's guide to ramen in Kathmandu
Everyone knows about chowmein, thukpa and Wai-Wai, but what about the bowls of ramen popping up around town?
How vintage fashion is slowly gaining a fan base in Kathmandu
Vintage fashion is not just sustainable, it also gives people an individuality that is not possible with fast fashion.
A Nepali sarod maestro who needs to perform in India to make a living
In his career of more than three decades, Ustad Sudarshan Rajopadhaya has sung and composed more than 100 songs, mostly in Nepali and Nepal Bhasa, yet it’s tough for him to find an audience to perform for.
A 500 rupee feast in Basantapur
Here’s your one-stop guide for an affordable food tour through one of the city’s most popular spots.
A day in the life of music videos’ unsung heroes
Extras face long days, sporadic work and a whole lot of waiting too--but they do it for the love of it.
Charmed: the Pokhara man rescuing snakes from humans
Rohit Giri, a 21-year-old from Pokhara, is on a mission to make humans and snakes coexist peacefully.
How to take care of your dogs during winter
Here are some tips to make sure your pup does not get as sick as a dog.
They speak Nepal Bhasa and celebrate Ya:Mari Punhi. But they’re not Newar
Maithil Brahmins came to Kathmandu from Tirhut region 600 years ago, and have created their own unique cultural identity.
Spelling it out: Exhibiting the obvious
The visually appealing artworks explore culture at “Canvas at Theatre”, but they lack both depth and novelty.