We decided to go to a local park and enlist the kids to help us make the Bagmati River for our show: Panika Gunjanharu. We now have a beautiful blue river back drop and lots of exotic fish that we imagine could live in a clean Bagmati. All consented to us cutting the fish out for a river scene in the show...(after one young artist established that we didn't want to cut the fish up to eat). They all want to come see their fish start in the show and hope to see posters advertis
We are putting on a show! We wrote a story, have been rehearsing hard and designing the backdrops and costumes! If you are in Kathmandu please come. Banglamukhi Hall 1st July 3pm and 2nd July 12 noon. We are also collecting for our 'Museum of Water' and are looking for water donations from everyone. Please donate to us water that has meaning to you and we promise to care for it and your story in our collection of water from people across Patan and Kathmandu.
The rising temperature of the capital has led to increment in demand of the drinking water. But the drinking water supplied to the consumers through water tankers isn’t clean. The water tankers has been delivering undrinkable water to consumers. Companies state that they collect fresh water from clean sources but in reality many of the tankers have been filling up with contaminated water and delivering this to the houses in the valley. Health issues have been seen in the con
On Wednesday last week we left the usual workshop space, carried our bags along with a box of test tubes and syringes to collect samples of water at different areas of Patan. We gave numbers from 1 to 14 in the test tubes with a marker. Jari Shakya The first sample of water was collected from Quixote’s Cove’s washroom sink (where we have our workshops). We were supposed to collect 10 ml of sample in each test tube. Then we headed towards Manbhawan where we collected our secon