Nepali short story has achieved its present state of development in shorter time than other genres. This area […]
Since its political liberation in the 1990s, Nepali literature has flourished with all of the diversity and vibrancy […]
By Mahendra P Lama In 1992, Nepali was recognised as the 19th official Indian language and included in the […]
Nepal Academy, established for the promotion of Nepali language, literature, culture and arts, philosophy and social sciences of Nepal, is currently busy in globalising the Nepali literature.
The national institution established in 1957 has begun researches for the development of various languages, literature and culture.
In its bid to globalise the Nepali literature and art, it is effortful to establish close ties and work in collaboration with other literary and art organisations of India, China and other South Asian countries.
In Nepal, and especially Kathmandu, coffeehouses are too expensive to foster intellectual creativity: Kantipur.com
Today’s coffeehouses in Nepal are nothing like the ones of old in England, or even the old teahouses of Kathmandu that were literary hotspots. They are commercial, expensive and don’t foster an intellectual spirit.
Nepali poets and critics on Saturday held a comprehensive discussion on presence of native identities, cultures and traditions […]