Donate a blanket

Donate a blanket, Sasto Deal is organising a ‘Donate a blanket’ campaign for victims of the earthquake in Gorkha, Dhading and Sindhupalchok. Contribute Rs 500 per blanket.

Property rites, Explore power struggles in this future-in-the-present action drama based on the play by Alan Haehnel and performed by Ullens IB students. 29 January, 6pm and 30 January, 9pm, Ullens School, Khumaltar, Lalitpur

Art market, The Art market celebrates its first anniversary. 9 January, 12 to 4pm The Yellow House, Sanepa, Lalitpur, ange@image-ark, 

CAN Info-tech, Don’t miss the year’s most exciting info-tech and entertainment conference. 28 January to 2 February, Bhrikuti Mandap, Exhibition Road

Organic farmers’ market, Head to 1905 for organic vegetables, cheese, bread and lots of delicious goodies. Every Saturday, 9am to noon, 1905 restaurant, Kantipath, Kathmandu

SparkX Nepal, Join a group of 15 entrepreneurs and take advantage of the support and connections to build your business. 9 to 17 April, Registration:

Nepal Literature Festival

Watch out for one of the country’s biggest literary events, the Nepal Literature Festival. In the words of the organisers, the festival is “designed to feed readers intellectual curiosity, penchant for analytical musings and varied cultural interests.” In the past, the festival has hosted widely-known personalities like Shashi Tharoor, Shobha De and Ned Beauman and has held discussions on literature, art, theatre, film, business, economics and politics. This year, more than a hundred national and international authors will join the event. Among the top names are the prominent Indian journalist Barkha Dutt, celebrated author Uday Prakash and best-selling author Ira Trivedi. Over 30 interactive sessions will be held. Don’t miss out on celebrating literature, poetry, politics and more near the tranquil waters of Lake Phewa. 29 January to 1 February, Pokhara

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