Last year, the massive earthquake destroyed some heritages, temples and ancient places in Nepal. More than 700 monuments in Kathmandu and its environs were damaged in the quake. But that earthquake couldn't damage natural and ancient beauty of Nepal.
The ongoing exhibition, Amalgam, features paintings and prints by twenty-six contemporary Nepali artists; Sunday's program was one of four weekly discussion sessions being held at the gallery this July.
On October 3rd, police in full riot gear confiscated ballot boxes in Kathmandu and effectively shut down an attempt by 9,000 Tibetans to participate in the vote for their new prime minister and parliament-in-exile.