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Nepal (vol. I)

Welcome to mystical Nepal. The first volume includes visual stories from the Kathmandu Valley, such as Bhaktapur, Patan, and Pokhara. Discover the medieval architecture, historic Hindu and Buddhist temples, and heritage sites.

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Nepal (vol. II)

Here I present the Nepal journey highlighting the diverse lifestyle and culture of Nepal. In this volume, we begin in Jomsom, travel to ancient Kagbeni village, pass through sacred Muktinath, and experience life in medieval Lubra and progressive Marpha.

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Nepal Photobooks enjoying warm sunny day in England. 

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Third edition explores the relation between landscapes of Lower Mustang region in Nepal and it's inhabitants.

Nepal (vol. III)

 

Nepal (vol. I)

Welcome to mystical Nepal. The first volume includes visual stories from the Kathmandu Valley, such as Bhaktapur, Patan, and Pokhara. Discover the medieval architecture, historic Hindu and Buddhist temples, and heritage sites.

Nepal Photo book - Kathmandu.jpg
Nepal Photo book - Lower Mustang.jpg

Nepal (vol. II)

Here I present the Nepal journey highlighting the diverse lifestyle and culture of Nepal. In this volume, we begin in Jomsom, travel to ancient Kagbeni village, pass through sacred Muktinath, and experience life in medieval Lubra and progressive Marpha.

Nepal (vol. III)

Amit Kagra showcases his love for far and distant places through landscapes visuals. The author takes the viewer on a journey to the forgotten kingdom of Lower Mustang and showcases the relationship between humans and landscapes. Huge landscapes demanded more real estate in the photo book; hence, the author used full-page spreads.

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

As someone planning a trip to Nepal next year these two books by Amit Kagra were the perfect introduction to the country for me. Amit captures not only the beauty of the country but the character and spirit of its peoples,  weaving in a little history and fact amidst the stunning photographs to make you want to go and find out more.

Some of my favorite images were of the Hindu sadhus garlanded with wooden beads and swathed in colorful cloths, foreheads painted, faces and hands smudged with ash.

The books also feature many children amid the architecture and landmarks and he has been able to capture their playfulness and joy. These are books that make you smile. At a time when travel is still not easy we can journey to Nepal vicariously through and with Amit. They are a joy!

The books are beautifully printed and arrived much more quickly than I expected.

 

—  Alison Darnbrough, England

     Art Collector, Poet