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Nasana Bajracharya

Nasana Bajracharya

Bajracharya is a sub-editor at Onlinekhabar. She mostly writes on culture and nature.

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Nepali advertisements are gendered, and they are endangering both men and women

Nepali advertisements are gendered, and they are endangering both men and women

‘Women entrepreneurs in Nepal aren’t getting much help from men’

‘Women entrepreneurs in Nepal aren’t getting much help from men’

Before Rani Mahal, these 7 Rana-era palaces of Kathmandu were privatised

Before Rani Mahal, these 7 Rana-era palaces of Kathmandu were privatised

Kathmandu heritage conservation: Social media shouts rarely translate to action

Kathmandu heritage conservation: Social media shouts rarely translate to action

Why you should recognise Kawadiwalas and their contribution to Kathmandu’s waste management

Why you should recognise Kawadiwalas and their contribution to Kathmandu’s waste management

Learn why the French Ambassador to Nepal walks from home to office every day

Learn why the French Ambassador to Nepal walks from home to office every day

‘Nepali handicraft industry has a lot of opportunities but doesn’t have people to realise them’

‘Nepali handicraft industry has a lot of opportunities but doesn’t have people to realise them’

Nepal discourages women from travelling, citing trafficking risks. But, are men safe?

Nepal discourages women from travelling, citing trafficking risks. But, are men safe?

It’s high time Nepalis learned better ways to demonstrate

It’s high time Nepalis learned better ways to demonstrate

Sundhara: Once the celebrated monument, the golden spout is shrouded in apathy

Sundhara: Once the celebrated monument, the golden spout is shrouded in apathy

‘New Dharahara is not Dharahara, but view tower without use’

‘New Dharahara is not Dharahara, but view tower without use’

Pranisha Shakya loves teaching Nepal’s ancient script in UK, but there are problems galore

Pranisha Shakya loves teaching Nepal’s ancient script in UK, but there are problems galore

Bhaktapur’s 9-month-long Navadurga Naach has a glorious past but an uncertain future

Bhaktapur’s 9-month-long Navadurga Naach has a glorious past but an uncertain future

A dying tradition of Kathmandu in which locals smash pots here and there

A dying tradition of Kathmandu in which locals smash pots here and there

The story behind Meena Cartoon, 90s kids’ favourite TV show, and its link with Nepal

The story behind Meena Cartoon, 90s kids’ favourite TV show, and its link with Nepal

Seto Machhindranath Snan: Not just a bath, this ritual of Kathmandu sums up entire life

Seto Machhindranath Snan: Not just a bath, this ritual of Kathmandu sums up entire life

Kathmandu air pollution: Everyone talks of problem, but almost none works for solution

Kathmandu air pollution: Everyone talks of problem, but almost none works for solution

The tale of two Dharaharas destroyed by two earthquakes at a 100-year interval

The tale of two Dharaharas destroyed by two earthquakes at a 100-year interval

Kathmandu’s heritage conservation drive has got a reality check only; it’s a long road ahead before renaissance

Kathmandu’s heritage conservation drive has got a reality check only; it’s a long road ahead before renaissance

Patan locals revived Bhandarkhal Pond. Activists want Kathmanduites to follow suit for Kamalpokhari

Patan locals revived Bhandarkhal Pond. Activists want Kathmanduites to follow suit for Kamalpokhari

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