"After Jagat Shah was killed in action during a revolt against King Mahendra's government in 1962, Rashmi Rajya stayed in Calcutta as a political refugee before she committed suicide in full bridal wear a day before Teej of the same year. The poem was penned during that time in memory of her husband."
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Experiences informing the Maoist Opera “Returning from the Battlefield”: Photos from Khusiram Pakhrin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcmnCoTMxto "Returning from the Battlefield" is an opera written by the Nepali composer of progressive and revolutionary songs, Khusiram Pakhrin. It was written for a meeting of the leadership of the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist during their People's War (1996-2006); this meeting, in 2005, proved decisive in the conclusion of the war. The opera was… Continue reading Experiences informing the Maoist Opera “Returning from the Battlefield”: Photos from Khusiram Pakhrin
Readying to Rebuild: Earthquake Recovery in Kaudi, Gorkha, Nepal
In Kaudi, Gorkha district, villagers made shelters to wait out the monsoon, until they would be able to rebuild their houses. Photo Essay Readying to Rebuild by Anna Stirr on Exposure https://annastirr.exposure.co/readying-to-rebuild?embed=true
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