Nepal Literature Festival
Nepal Literature Festival, Don’t miss out on the sixth edition of the international literary festival in the lake city. With eminent Nepali panelists and littérateurs like Khagendra Sangroula, Kanak Mani Dixit, Dhruba Chandra Gautam, Chaitanya Mishra, vlogger Samriddhi Rai, comic artist Kripa Joshi, Indian authors Ramchandra Guha and Durjoy Dutta and many more. Attend the four-day festival for a good dose of culture, literature and enlightening discussions.
27 to 30 January, Pokhara, For more information: nepalliteraturefestival.com
Movie screening, Screening of a documentary film based on the life of Nepal’s ultra running sensation, Mira Rai.
31 January, 3 to 4.15 pm, Voices of Women Media, Chagal, 9860670971
Hike to Chitlang, Gear up for a hike and over stay at Chitlang. Familiarise yourself with the local culture, customs and traditions of the place. 28 to 29 January, 7 am onwards (28 January), For more details: 9808962677
Art exhibition, Artist Erina Tamrakar showcases her work ‘In Between The Third Eye’, a collection of her work inspired by travels in Lo Manthang and various remote corners of Nepal. 27 January to 19 March, 10.30 am to 6 pm, Park Gallery, Pulchok, (01) 5522307
Nepal reads, Be part of the book discussion on ‘These Fine Lines’, a poetry anthology, organised by US Embassy’s Book Bus. 28 January, 2 to 4 pm, Bodhi Books and Bakes, Maharajgunj, 9851193603, egister: https://goo.gl/nbdMNh
Agro fair, Don’t miss out on more than 50 stalls of organic tea, coffee, vegetables, juice, herbs, spices from across Nepal. 27 to 30 January, 10 am to 6 pm, Patan Museum, Patan Darbar Square, 9851082828, email@example.com
Heritage walk, Experience the culturally rich and beautiful Bhaktapur Darbar Square preceded by a yoga session and followed by a sumptuous Newari meal. The event is organised by Sooriya Wellness and Yoga Centre. 31 January, 8 am to 1 pm, (01) 4001714, firstname.lastname@example.org
Women of the World, Mark your calendars for Women of the World festival, a one day festival to celebrate women and girls featuring talks, workshops, performances and more. 18 February, 11 am to 8 pm, Staff College, Jawalakhel, (01) 4410798, http://bit.ly/2hfe6v8
Festival management, Train with facilitator Amy Walker and learn how to manage a festival with social focus, a three-day workshop organised by Kathmandu Triennale. 6 to 8 February, 2 to 6 pm, British Council, Lajimpat, Apply: https://goo.gl/forms/DTTgXWvPKqaLWE9x2