People could even mistake her for a Nepali for she speaks our language with undoubted eloquence. Mai Ogawa is a Japanese volunteer from JICA (Japanese International Cooperation Agency) residing in Kirtipur, Kathmandu from last 18 months. She has been
Kirtipur Municipality has taken an initiation to renovate almost dried up ponds of Kirtipur. The ponds, which used to be some the historic identities of the small suburb, had dried up since long due to the lack of proper maintenance.
I have heard a story of a child living with his mother in an old village. They had a beautiful garden around their small but beautiful home. There was a narrow passage by the side of the house. The garden was so ornamented with variety of flowers
"Mutu mutu saatna paye,Sangai jiban kaatna paye, Kati pyaaro, kati mitho hunthyo hola jiban."
The girls started singing while we waited for our second cup of tea in a fast food shop at Benighat. It was 10:30 at night and there were almost
Durga Laxmi Maharjan is not among those housewives who captivate themselves amid the four confined walls of their houses, spend their entire life serving their family members and depend on their husbands even for petty expenses. She is indeed an exem