Amrit Khadka has been feeding the monkeys of Swayambhunath for 20 years. He goes to the stupa with 30 packets of biscuit. “When I come here on holidays to feed them I feel that I have celebrated my holiday here. When I make them happy, I feel happy myself,” Mr. Khadka said.
Every day, these students in Nepal risk their lives crossing a river by cable – just to get to school. By video journalist Rajneesh Bhandari for AJ+.
Nepal doesn’t have an official pride parade—so its LGBTQ community has created its own. Video by Rajneesh Bhandari.
Lhakpa Norbu Sherpa has summited Mt. Everest 5 times. He is now a cab driver in San Francisco. Story from video journalist Rajneesh Bhandari for AJ+.
The devastating earthquake in April 2015 killed over 9,000 people and left hundreds of thousands without homes in Nepal. Many Nepalis are still living in temporary shelters and facing a winter with little relief aid. Children are some of the most at risk. From video journalist Rajneesh Bhandari in Nepal.
On a steep cliff northeast of Kathmandu, one family is forced to live outside, mourning the dead and worrying that rains from the coming monsoons will create more deadly landslides.
Nearly a week after the earthquake that devastated Nepal on April 25, survivor Ram Bahadur Danuwar reflects on the loss of life in his village of Bhimtar in the Sindhu Palchok district. Amid the rubble of stone houses destroyed in the earthquake, he and other villagers wait for relief, which finally comes when the first […]
BY Rajneesh Bhandari | May. 5, 2015 | Trapped by an earthquake hundreds of miles from home, 28 Nepalese workers hiked for days braving landslides and collapsed roads to reach family members.
BY Rajneesh Bhandari, Mona El-Naggar and Ben Laffin | Apr. 30, 2015 | 2:49 Days after Nepal’s devastating earthquake, rescue teams continued to fly missions from Katmandu to the countryside to find and evacuate the injured.