A social venture introduces the city’s crafts to foreigners and helps local craftsmen earn money.
One thing we Nepalese are really good at is ‘being late.’ How many times have you attended a corporate event that has started on time? Probably none. How many times have you waited for someone to arrive for a meeting to start on time? Probably a lot of times. To conclude, we are all used to what is called ‘Nepali time.’
The Prajapatis of the Newar community have been making pottery and ceramics since the time of the Malla regime in Nepal. Let’s learn how Laxmi Kumar Prajapati of Thimi Ceramics, who took over the mantle of the ceramics business from his father, has managed to preserve this age-old tradition with a bit of a twist.