‘Teracotta tablet dates to Gitopadesham’

“A terracotta tablet depicting a man holding four horses, standing behind a half chariot with a spoked wheel is probably interpreted to be one of the earliest representations of Gitopadesham. The plaque, dating back to 1600 to 300 BCE, is in possession of Jeremy Pine, an art dealer in Hong Kong, which was purchased in Kathmandu years ago,” said CPR Institute of Indological Research director Nanditha Krishna. Continue Reading

Painting exhibition in city portrays tribal life

If you happen to visit the CP Art Center at Eldams Road in the next two days, you will find out how simple dots, lines and a smattering of colours could confluence and tell the story, history and lifestyle of a race. Continue Reading