A statue of Nepal’s ‘Adikabi’ Bhanu Bhakta Acharya has been established in the Indian city of Krishnanagar (Nadia district of western Bengal).
The Nai Publication has listed names of five candidates from Nepal and India who would be awarded with the Nai award for their contributions to literature sector.
A book ‘Decentralization and Practice’ penned by intimate Swiss friend of Nepal, Toni Hagen, has been released in the capital city on Tuesday.
The ‘Three Decades of Academic Advocacy for Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women in Nepal’ was released amid a prorgramme in Kathmandu today.
The 6th Nepal Literature Festival is set to kick off in Pokhara on Friday, January 27.
The Drunken Boat, America’s oldest online magazine, has published its 24th issue by focusing its lens on Nepal and the Himalayan arts.
World’s biggest Thangka art painting by artists from 16 countries is put on display at Dasharath Stadium from Friday.
The International Watercolour Festival, which saw artists from 39 countries, successfully concluded on Thursday
The ‘Ankirna Aankha’, an anthology of poems penned by journalist and litterateur Tribhuvan Chandra Wagle was released amidst a function in Kathmandu today.
The ‘Jagadambasri Puruskar’ for the year 2072 BS is to be presented to noted literary figure Lil Bahadur Chhetri.
The three-day-long fifth edition of Nepal Literature Festival is set to be held in Pokhara from January 29.
“Where Were You?” A Profile of Modern Slavery penned by Matthew Friedman was launched on Tuesday in Hong Kong.