Lovely Memories from the Kathmandu Valley Style

The Serindia new book launch and sale at Paragon yesterday was a great success with more than 100 people visiting the exhibition and the reception. Everything was possible because of the skillful hands of the publisher Shane, who did a marvellous work in organizing it.

Thanks to the Pandara students and friends who wholeheartedly volunteer to take care of the exhibition: Miao, Nuch, Mark, Fluke, Nut, including Jaroen and his wife. We are grateful to Vichat for kindly moderating the event, and Phii O, who came early and stayed with us till the reception was over. 

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Participants are reading the Khadiravana panel.

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Shane’s family: mother, younger brother and little niece 

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Because of his vision to share knowledge of the Himalayas with the public in Thailand, this event means more than just a book launch. 

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Shane with Lisa Chogyal, one of the KVS authors 

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Traditional and modern architectural styles become one of Nepal’s world attractions and heritages.

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Participants of all walks of life who love this fascinating country. The event was honored by a visit by a representative from the Royal Nepal Embassy. 

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Flower mandala, a beautiful creation of seeds, beans and roses. It’s worth it just to come and see this amazing arrangement. It’s a product of human aesthetic imagination.

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img_0055Faces of Pandara big team: Nut, Miao, Nuch and Phii O.

The exhibition continutes till November 13.  

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Author: Krisadawan Metavikul (Kalsang Dawa)

Dharma teacher, founder and president of the Thousand Stars Foundation, promoting Tibetan wisdom, engaging in charity work.

1 thought on “Lovely Memories from the Kathmandu Valley Style”

  1. Dear Shane and Phi Krisadawan,

    Congratulations on what appears to have been a great success! Your pictures make me envious – it looks like you were quite creative with the space and I see many familiar faces. I only wish I could have been there. May this be the first of many future successes.

    Pat

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