Nepal’s Unnati Cultural Village a new destination for art, literature, and culture

By Siddhi Jain
New Delhi, March 14 (IANSlife) In response to disappearing cultures due to increased urbanization and modernization, Nepal’s Chaudhary Group, through its foundation, has established a ‘Unnati Cultural Village (UCV)’ at Harkapur, Nawalpur. The goal of the village is to offer a place where Nepali artists and writers can visit and create their art and literature, said the Chaudhary Foundation.

Spread across approximately six bighas of land, the village houses a Nepali Arts Museum. An Art Center has been set up for the promotion of art and literature. Kala Ghar, where artists can stay and create artworks can also be found once inside the Village.

There are restaurants, guesthouses and rooms that reflect Tharu culture at UCV. The structures are adorned with paintings of various Tharu festivals and celebrations. The essence of Tharu culture and community is engraved in this cultural village.
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