In the world of literature poetry is a subculture and a secondary art form to other genres, particularly fiction and non-fiction. The famous poet W H Auden has aptly put forward the thesis: “poetry makes nothing”.
Amar Neupane is one of Nepal’s prominent writers. Originally from Chitwan, Neupane started writing at the early age of 10. He stared his literary journey by publishing some of his earlier works in a local newspaper in Chitwan. His first novel ‘Paniko Gham’, published in 2009, was awarded the Padmashree Sahitya Samman the same year. Moreover, his great literary masterpiece, ‘Seto Dharti’ was awarded the Madan Puraskar and the Ramraj Panta Smriti Puraskar in 2011.
KATHMANDU: Alike many SEE related pageants happening across the country, ‘Mr and Miss Nepal’s SEE Icon Season 2’ organized by Ribbon Entertainment and ANP Media House, was conducted on Saturday at Rastriya Nachghar, Jamal.
One side of Rubik’s cube is always easy to solve but to solve it as a whole; it’s definitely no piece of cake. Relationships are pretty much the same; there are lots of puzzles you need to solve as you go on. You make mistakes, learn from it, cope with choices you don’t want to make and compromise as these are the inevitabilities of life.
Ruksana Kapali, a transgender activist at 18, recently graduated from high-school. While many of her age dream about travelling and settling abroad, she is a devout activist and hopes to strengthen awareness and acceptance of LGBTI community within the country. She points out few legal and social level issues that need to be addressed to ensure LGBTI-friendly Nepal. My City’s Shuvechchha Ghimire sat with Ruksana to know her more and about her involvements.
In this gloomy season with frequent rainfall, not many people are enthusiastic and they care less to try out different styles and fashion. Feeling lazy and not wanting to dress up is not surprising at all.