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Khagendra Sangraula is one of Nepal's foremost public intellectuals. A writer, translator, activist, and newspaper columnist, Khagen dai, as he's affectionately known, has been a thorn in the complacent backsides of the establishment for nearly five decades now. Famed for his acerbic wit, Khagen dai is a prolific commentator on all things political and social.
This short documentary is a glimpse into his everyday.
18 min read
While the Malla kings embraced and celebrated the dramatic arts, the Rana oligarchs and the Panchayat autocracy strictly censored the artform. Now, the state’s indifference is killing the theater.
6 min read
Introducing ‘Writing journeys’, a new series curated and edited by Tom Robertson where Nepali writers reflect on their non-fiction writing.
5 min read
From bhattis to books
9 min read
Her photographs confront the culture of silence that surrounds women
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In Red Monsoon, filmmaker Eelum Dixit takes an unforgiving look at a parched Kathmandu
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Bunu Dhungana presents a vignette into the life and times of Khagendra Sangraula, one of Nepal's most prolific writers and commentators.
4 min read
For a quarter of a century, Film South Asia has been presenting the best documentaries the region has to offer, all while bringing the region and its peoples together.
18 min read
Nepal is pressing ahead with controversial plans to launch commercial farming of wild animals in the country, as major traditional Chinese medicine companies seek to invest.