They were so many!
1) The first one would definitely be just catching up with my loved ones. I had missed them so much. Celebrating Dashain, Tihar, and Holi after years of missing out was so much fun!
2) Meeting so many new talented people: Rec Records and Studio, B&N , working and collaborating with brilliant musicians (Rohit Shakya, Rizu Tuladhar, Abishek Bhadra, Sunny Tuladhar, Kiran Shahi, Prazol Kansakar).
3)Shows ! Shows! And SHOWS! I love performing – We performed in Pokhara, Nagarkot, WIC (Women in concert), Miles Davis Music Festival, Himalayan Blues Festival, Sundance Festival in Last Resort, and lots of venues in Kathmandu.
4) THE BILLBOARD! (It was bigger than life!!!)
5) Pokhara, Trek to ChisaPani, Trip to India. ☺
One of the best things I’ve ever experienced. It was such an escape from all the stress I was in at the time. Absolutely DIVINE.
It’s growing in terms of talent and creativity, but at the same time, I think the industry itself has a lot to build upon.
I am planning on booking a few shows outside of Nepal, but I’ve just been scoping for the right offers. My dream is to bring the band from Nepal, and set out on a tour. *fingers crossed*
I love my name. I would never change it. —
Ashmina Ranjit, who is also a family friend of ours, named her son “Aba” as in “Now” – I would absolutely love a contemporary name like that! (But nothing particular comes to mind right now ☹ )
Happy Nepali New Year
Songwriting or Singing?
I would say both. But if I were to pick one 😛 um. Songwriting.
Canada’s weather or Nepal’s weather?
Global warming makes them both a tough decision.
Sabai Thikai Hunchha or 11:11?
AHHH. You can’t make me pick between the two! They’re both my babies 😛
Mum or Aama?
Sano Sansar or Kagbeni?
I’ve only watched Sano Sansar…hmm.
Jharana Bajracharya or Malvika Subba?
Once again, I’ve only met Malvika Subba. And she’s a pretty cool lady :).