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Bagmati Promenade: Thapathali-Teku

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Bagmati river has been flowing through the heart of Kathmandu city making it fertile and green for centuries and continues downwards through the southern plains to immerse with Ganges river in India. Bagmati Promenade is a part of the Dream City Campaign. It is a heritage walk designed by and with those who live and work in a territory or have a special affinity with it. The walk is conceived by combining stories of historical moments, religion and social life and connecting it to modern society. Its interest and appeal has unified people and brought in a lot of knowledge in one place. Such a walk can take many forms such as guided tours and sensitivity walks run by heritage experts and artists who uncover the significance of the place. We are trying to revive and reinstate the site, with the help of storytelling and mapping skills. We have prepared a self-guided digital and offline ”tourists trail” map or walkway of the area, which means anybody can have the heritage walk by themselves. We hope that you will participate in enlightening the heritages along Bagmati river. Photo: Bagmati Hangout Free Tickets Available Here!!! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1755u7Ua4gRvOdug6LeGI-l2jPWd6-VpP38HqOoO2h0w/edit About the British Council British Council works with over 100 countries across the world in the fields of arts and culture, English language, education and civil society. Each year British Council reaches over 20 million people face-to-face and more than 500 million people online, via broadcasts and publications.Founded in 1934, British Council is a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body. More information about what British Council does in Nepal can be found at this link www.britishcouncil.org.np About Our Dream City Our Dream City is a campaign designed by StoryCycle that focuses on empowering local youth and communities to take an active part in designing and making their places vibrant by using technology.The campaign focuses on nurturing/ attracting and retaining talent, expanding economic opportunities and creating robust culture of civic engagement. Story Cycle has conducted various travel and residential camps in several rural and semi-urban parts of the country including Damauli, Surkhet, Barpak, Saptari, Sindhuli, and the Khumbu region. StoryCycle is an innovative alternative media platform based out of Nepal which aims at collecting and promoting untold and unheard stories in first person from rural hinterlands, and train professional journalists as well as citizen journalists from such overshadowed areas to collect, package and disseminate stories from their areas.It was started in 2008 to execute the idea of backpack journalism. Later it was officially registered as StoryCycle in 2010. By 2015, it has become a globally recognized platform having worked with organizations like Google and US embassy. See Less

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Bagmati river has been flowing through the heart of Kathmandu city making it fertile and green for centuries and continues downwards through the southern plains to immerse with Ganges river in India. Bagmati Promenade is a part of the Dream City Campaign. It is a heritage walk designed by and with those who live and work in a territory or have a special affinity with it. The walk is conceived by combining stories of historical moments, religion and social life and connecting it to modern society. Its interest and appeal has unified people and brought in a lot of knowledge in one place. Such a walk can take many forms such as guided tours and sensitivity walks run by heritage experts and artists who uncover the significance of the place. We are trying to revive and reinstate the site, with the help of storytelling and mapping skills. We have prepared a self-guided digital and offline ”tourists trail” map or walkway of the area, which means anybody can have the heritage walk by themselves. We hope that you will participate in enlightening the heritages along Bagmati river. Photo: Bagmati Hangout Free Tickets Available Here!!! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1755u7Ua4gRvOdug6LeGI-l2jPWd6-VpP38HqOoO2h0w/edit About the British Council British Council works with over 100 countries across the world in the fields of arts and culture, English language, education and civil society. Each year British Council reaches over 20 million people face-to-face and more than 500 million people online, via broadcasts and publications.Founded in 1934, British Council is a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body. More information about what British Council does in Nepal can be found at this link www.britishcouncil.org.np About Our Dream City Our Dream City is a campaign designed by StoryCycle that focuses on empowering local youth and communities to take an active part in designing and making their places vibrant by using technology.The campaign focuses on nurturing/ attracting and retaining talent, expanding economic opportunities and creating robust culture of civic engagement. Story Cycle has conducted various travel and residential camps in several rural and semi-urban parts of the country including Damauli, Surkhet, Barpak, Saptari, Sindhuli, and the Khumbu region. StoryCycle is an innovative alternative media platform based out of Nepal which aims at collecting and promoting untold and unheard stories in first person from rural hinterlands, and train professional journalists as well as citizen journalists from such overshadowed areas to collect, package and disseminate stories from their areas.It was started in 2008 to execute the idea of backpack journalism. Later it was officially registered as StoryCycle in 2010. By 2015, it has become a globally recognized platform having worked with organizations like Google and US embassy. See Less

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