Category: <span>made in Nepal</span>

30 Stories: Bhav Products

@bhavproducts Story by @thestorieshub A customer recently wrote to me “All Bhav Products are so creative, that you can’t help not being the same once you start using them. My long lost…

30 Stories: Paras Khadka

@paraskhadka77 Story by @thestorieshub Cricket always came first. There were other sports I liked growing up such as football, basketball, and table tennis. However, cricket was love at first sight. From…

30 Stories: Sastodeal

@sastodeal_insta Story by @thestorieshub Dec. 20119%Rs. 50,000 Our journey started with those numbers. Nepal was opening up to E-commerce and by registering SastoDeal, we were not only launching a company, but…

30 Stories. 30 Days.

From August 1st to August 30th, The Stories Hub is going to feature stories of individuals and brands that represent inspiration, authenticity, creativity, innovation, and are making a difference (locally,…

What’s your ‘mandu?

Kathmandu is an oasis. Here, you’ll find what you are looking for. Jazzmandu. Bookmandu. Shopmandu. Cafemandu. Bikemandu. And many other ‘mandus. We have our groups and communities based on our…

Himalayan Java’s story

I love going to Himalayan Java. I love the store’s ambience, customer service, and obviously their coffee/food. Having visited so many of their coffee shops around Kathmandu, I was curious…

Far Out: an ongoing read

Far Out Countercultural Seekers and the Tourist Encounter in Nepal by Mark Liechty is a comprehensive read on Nepal’s tourism experiences in the postwar era, hippie counterculture in the 1960s,…

The weight of awards

At a recent award ceremony, one of the pioneers of taking wireless technology to rural parts of Nepal, Mahabir Pun was honored with the Pioneer ICT Award. On stage, he…

AI Expo Nepal 2019

I’m thrilled to be a part of the organizing team for the upcoming AI Expo Nepal 2019 happening on Saturday, August 24 at Soaltee Crowne Plaza. The AI Expo Nepal…

Leading with vision

Dr. Sanduk Ruit is an ophthalmologist on a mission to restore sight to Nepal’s blind. He is the executive director of the nonprofit Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology in Kathmandu, Nepal,…

It’s the people

Once upon a time, I read somewhere “Most tourists come to Nepal for the first time to see the mountains, they return for the people.” People are what makes Nepal…