A longtime journalist working in the field of journalism, from the BBC FAQ program, known to many people, directed by Bidya Chepagain, has a video about the Kamala River that gives life to people in 79 series of stories. Someone has done something to give a new life to a person. The life of the people living in the settlements along the river is also in the hands of the river, their life, death, food and water are all determined by the river.
Human civilization originated along the river, soaking the soils of Sindhuli, Dhanusa, Udaipur and Siraha and moving towards India. The locals who make their living by the river say that in the past we used to catch 10-15 kg of fish by one person, but now they are losing it due to the use of medicine. The people of the nearby settlement say that sometimes the river floods in the rainy season and only the memory of the locals is left.
A team of storytelling people from the town, town bazaar, newcomers to the days of suffering, laughter, joys and struggles. In the story.
Why Herne Katha?
people behind herne katha spent 15years of their lives doing journalism, one day they realized the need to tell more beautiful and inspiring stories of people the real people
herne katha team
herne katha is a web series produ by tana bana digital in nepal.we tell stories of people in the format of short documentaries.new episode of herne katha is publication on every alternate tuesdays (15days) on youtube .you can also watch herne katha on kantipur television every tuesday 6:30 pm
script / direction – Kamal Kumar, presenter – Bidhya Chapagain, cinematographer – Jeevan Rijal, video editor – Sandesh Pariyar, producer – Enuma Rai
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