The learned author has missed many aspects of Nepalese culture.
The so called Virupakshya is described by him as a nobel man. If the author
had studied more carefully he would not have missed the third eye indicating
that the figure is one of the manifestations of Shiva and not a nobel man.
Nepal is a tourist's paradise with an infinite variety of
interesting things to see and do. Nepal has many things to offer the visitor
the flourishing of art and architecture a demonstrated by the temples of
Kathmandu Valley, the natural beauties of the soaring peaks of Himalayas
including Mountain Everest and others.
Diwas Dhakal is currently engaged with Glenbow museum Calgary, Canada. He was a faculty member in Central Department of Nepalese
History, culture and Archaelogy, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur,
Kathmandu, Nepal. He is actively engaged in research activities
on various field of Nepalese culture for nearly a decade. he
has travelled all over Nepal to study socio-cultural anthropology
of various ethnic groups. More over, he has written many articles
and research papers, which have been published in many national
and international journals.
Actively engaged in research activities on various field
of Nepalese Culture for nearly a decade.
Lecturer at Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal since
1994, Nepalese History, Culture, and Archaeology.
Supervised student dissertation of master degree level.
Traveled all over Nepal to study socio-cultural anthropology
of various ethnic groups.
Depth knowledge on Tharus of Terai, Gurungs of Western
Himalayan Region and Religions of Nepal covering both Newar
Buddhism and Hinduism, Tibetian Buddhism and Real Buddhism
and published many articles and research paper which have
been published in many national and international journals.
Published book on the base of norm and values of Nepalese
culture, religion, festival, art, architecture, the Nepalese
way of life a total package of tourism useful culture students
and provides a general overview of Nepalese culture and
religions and religious culture.
Successfully lead the students in various regions of
Nepal, guiding them in research of mythologies, archaeology,
art, architecture, and anthropology.
Participated on the training program of culture export
of Nepal, organized jointly by the His Majesty Government
of Nepal, Ministry of Tourism and Central Department of
Nepalese History, Culture and Archaeology, Tribhuvan University,
Nepal (March 4 – May 3, 1997).
Recognized table tennis national player and has represented
the various country in international games.
Participated in 12th Asian Game (Hiroshima) Japan as team
manager and attended many seminars in Japan. Also, received
Diploma by the president, olympic Council of Asia, 1994.