Launch of new Himal Southasian website

Himal screenshot

Last Friday, Himal Southasian‘s new website went live, and on Monday we launched it. The slick new appearance looks professional, it’s easier to search and navigate than the old site, and contains specially-commissioned art by illustrator Paul Aitchison. And, the first article to appear on the site, Patrick McCartney’s ‘The Sanitising Power of Spoken Sanskrit‘ is a cracker.

Here are a few pictures from last night’s launch at the Himal office, Patan Dhoka, Kathmandu.

Me talking the audience through Paul Aitchison’s awesome illustrations
Hanging out on the terrace… it’s what we do.
Himal’s new mascot
Our hostess Githa didi
Nepali journalist Kunda Dixit, our new mascot, and one of the editorial team
We were still eating the leftovers for morning tea the next day
Boss man Kanak Mani Dixit himself

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Elen

Travel writer at www.wildernessmetropolis.com. Editor, writer, traveller, reader, literary critic.

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