Copper sculptures have been carved into our society and we take a look at everything that makes it worth their price
Kahi Nabhaeko Jatra Hadigaun Ko
Marked by rituals, dramatic dancers and ancient tales, Gathu Pyakha returns to Patan with much fanfare
The hustle and bustle of Dashain shoppers at Asan Tole – the spice of life
Thousands flock in anticipation at Basantpur Durbar Square for the colourful Indra Jatra celebrations
Introducing 'With love from Nepal', here we have a brief history of what's on our plate today. A gastronomical journey through time, two staple foods in one
Shrouded in myths and legends, Naag Panchami is a time of rainfall and revelry
Eid al-Fitr is celebrated on the 1st of Shawwal (the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar), after the month of Ramadan.
Get a chance to win dinner for 2 by participating in #IAM Nepal Traveller selfie contest.
‘Bhoto Jatra’ marks the end of the month-long celebration of Rato Machhindranath Jatra.
Bhoto Jatra’ ends the month-long celebration of Rato Machhendranath Jatra.
Established in 1973 by Rajesh Pd Shrestha, Buddha Thanka Treasure is one of the oldest Thangka stores/showrooms in Nepal. Its aim is to promote and preserve this centuries-old traditional art.
Widely known as one of the most famous old heritages in Nepal, Naxal Bhagwati is also called Satya Swaroopini which means the embodiment of truth.
Located south of the Kathmandu valley, the Bajrabarahi temple is a popular site for worshippers and visitors alike for its mysteries and sacred spirit.
The Local Project is a place for local producers and entrepreneurs to showcase their products made in Nepal.
The use of Newari art elements combined with local values and societal issues has given an empowering message through Asha Dangol and Erina Tamrakar’s works
An ancient Newari art is choked by the holds of modernisation while conservationists work tirelessly to protect it, many people don’t know what it means to ‘lose’ a valuable art form.
Located at the top of Maru tole, in the premises of the Basantapur Durbar Square, Maru Ganedya is the only temple without a pinnacle.
Singing bowls are as old as time itself and an ancient cultural tool used for medication and therapy
Ashmina Ranjit sits with us and guides us through the story of LASANAA and its counterpart NexUs Culture Nepal.
Exploring diverse Nepali underground music
Inside the part of town where art flourished.