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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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Amid lockdown, Nepal’s ‘first’ virtual art exhibition heralds new era

Amid lockdown, Nepal’s ‘first’ virtual art exhibition heralds new era

Nepal lockdown continues leaving scores hungry. But, there are a few who feed them

Nepal lockdown continues leaving scores hungry. But, there are a few who feed them

#NEPALVSCOVID19: Nepalis devise virtual solutions to Covid-19-induced problems

#NEPALVSCOVID19: Nepalis devise virtual solutions to Covid-19-induced problems

They had option to go back, but these foreigners chose to ‘live’ Nepal lockdown

They had option to go back, but these foreigners chose to ‘live’ Nepal lockdown

In locked down Nepal, podcasting thrives to spread positivity and preparedness

In locked down Nepal, podcasting thrives to spread positivity and preparedness

With several jatras called off, Kathmandu welcomes New Year in silence

With several jatras called off, Kathmandu welcomes New Year in silence

Duty in difficulty: How food delivery platforms in Kathmandu work during lockdown

Duty in difficulty: How food delivery platforms in Kathmandu work during lockdown

Lockdown may lead Nepali education to digital transformation

Lockdown may lead Nepali education to digital transformation

In lockdown, Nepali artists too thrill audience online. Will it set a new stage in the long run?

In lockdown, Nepali artists too thrill audience online. Will it set a new stage in the long run?

Vox pop: Amid global Covid-19 crisis, Nepalis abroad have different concerns

Vox pop: Amid global Covid-19 crisis, Nepalis abroad have different concerns

Paachahre: A lively festival of Kathmandu is locked down in coronavirus crisis

Paachahre: A lively festival of Kathmandu is locked down in coronavirus crisis

Taleju temple opens for the public once a year. But, for local Manandhars, it’s a fortnightly affair

Taleju temple opens for the public once a year. But, for local Manandhars, it’s a fortnightly affair

Junkiri: Library that aims at illuminating the world for Nepali women

Junkiri: Library that aims at illuminating the world for Nepali women

Chir: This component of Holi festival has stood the test of time

Chir: This component of Holi festival has stood the test of time

Samyak Mahadaan: After five years, 60,000 people offered ‘great sacrifices’ to 146 deities in Patan

Samyak Mahadaan: After five years, 60,000 people offered ‘great sacrifices’ to 146 deities in Patan

Sri Lanka’s ‘withdrawal’ from Rato Machhindranath reconstruction exposes multiple problems

Sri Lanka’s ‘withdrawal’ from Rato Machhindranath reconstruction exposes multiple problems

Bihani Social Venture: Elderly care as an enterprise

Bihani Social Venture: Elderly care as an enterprise

Occupy Tundikhel is over. What did it achieve? What next?

Occupy Tundikhel is over. What did it achieve? What next?

‘Swasthani was written in Nepal Bhasha before Nepali; two-thirds of current text are additions’

‘Swasthani was written in Nepal Bhasha before Nepali; two-thirds of current text are additions’

The story behind Swasthani devotees’ long walks from Sankhu to Pharping and Panauti

The story behind Swasthani devotees’ long walks from Sankhu to Pharping and Panauti

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