Uma Bista is a visual storyteller based in Kathmandu, Nepal. She is currently working as a photojournalist for Annapurna Post in Nepal. Her most of the work is based on woman issues.
When I reached Kathmandu, I stepped into a beautiful city covered with dust. The roads are getting wider, the buildings are going higher. Photographs & Text: Indira Kumar, India.
Adolf Hitler gifted King Truibhuvan of Nepal with the 1938 model Mercedes Benz, which was the first car ever seen in Nepal.
Between Grief and Nothing portrays dystopia caused by the Nepal earthquakes. 2015’s twin Nepal earthquakes killed nearly 9,000 people and affected another 2.8 million.
Invisible Photographer Asia is most honoured and excited to be partnering Photo Kathmandu for their second edition to be held between 21 October and 3 November, 2016.
The second edition of Photo Kathmandu Festival happens in Nepal between 21 October – 3 November 2016.
Yes the timing means that there is much hard work to be done, but it amounts to lighting a candle in the darkness. The importance of Photo Kathmandu at this time cannot be overlooked.
What does it mean to have a photography community? And what could such a community do — on a societal level? What Photo Circle and a group of local photographers are doing in Nepal.
Nepalese photographer Rohan Thapa documents his country’s battle with blindness and the Tilganga Institute of Opthalmology.
Title: Gods Within Gods Without It’s near impossible to consider life in Nepal without a consciousness of the gods all around us. From the holy cows walking the outer streets eating trash to the temples that dot the daily corners and squares, the gods know and see all. Though by monetary standards, Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, they are supremely wealthy in a fervent spirituality that rises up through its people and out into the world as warmth, honesty, and dedication. Some gods offer salvation, while others ask you to pay a price. Some remain …
An exclusive interview with award-winning Singaporean photojournalist Edwin Koo on his project on Pakistan’s Swat Valley.