Saturday, December 29, 2012


It has been a while since my last illustration post, and even longer since my written post. Busy with schoolwork, I just did not have enough time or the inspiration. It saddens me that today, when I have found the motivation to draw something, it is based on national and perhaps even subcontinental tragedies. 

I am talking about the recent highly publicized series of sexual assaults - rape - of women in Nepal and India. Of course these are just the ones that came into prominence: there are many more that are swept under the rug but are no less gruesome and hurtful. I cannot even begin to pretend what it must feel like for these women, especially under the context of an Indian-subcontinent culture, but I can empathize. It is certainly easy to say this or that from the comfort of a hypothetical situation but at the same time, it is important to have this conversation.

But it is also important to have more than just the conversation. We need to fight this oppressive system. We need to create a safe neighbourhood, town, city, country, continent and world for women and men alike. We need to be able to not fear each other anymore.

Love and hope,

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

This is where I draw the line.

This post is dedicated to a fan of, the same person who got me hooked onto Fairytale, a Japanese manga (anime) - you can tell by the second picture that I've been reading a lot of manga lately.



Thursday, May 24, 2012

Mass Gathering for National Harmony.

Thank you for the pictures, Bhushan Shilpakar. 

Monday, May 21, 2012

A grave note.

Dear friends and fellow countrymen,

We are a nation of 4 castes and 36 ethnicity. There are 100+ full fledged languages - by languages I mean languages, not dialects - in our country. We are poor, our government is corrupted but we are nice people. We have always been known for that. However, that does not mean we should settle with the injustices inflicted on us just so that we can keep Nepal preserved in a peaceful, "nice" state. No, on occasion we have been known to rise up and voice our opinions. We have made revolutions. But, we have done this together, until now. When people took to the streets to demand democracy in 1990 and overthrow monarchy in 2006, we were all angry Nepali people protesting for a common cause. Today we are fighting against each other, trying to declare separate states for each ethnicity. We used to be an example of how harmoniously so much diversity could exist in such a small space. We still can be. Nepal, don't commit suicide!

Love and lots and lots of hope.

Hanuman Ko Sena

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012



Happy day after valentine's day. MUCHO LOVE, prer.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Thank You.

Shout out to Preena Shrestha and Ayushma Regmi! Thank you guys for including me in the Saturday Feature on illustrations this past Saturday, 14th January 2012 in The Kathmandu Post. It's a tremendous honor for me and I appreciate it. :D


For those interested, here is the link: [Page 8]