Posts Tagged ‘Prakash’

Prakash’s School

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Storyteller Prakash shares a day in the life of Bhutanese students in Nashville. This student-produced video was created as part of the American Graduate project, funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Preparing Nepali Food in Nashville

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

This video takes us through the process that Bhutanese-Nepali refugees have to go through in order to buy and prepare their cultural food–including numerous different stops at specialty markets in Nashville. Shared by Prakash Subedi as part of NPT’s Storytellers project.

The Process of Nepali Picking

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Bhutanese storyteller Prakash Bhai brings us into his Nashville home as his mother makes homemade achar, pickled vegetables that are common in his culture’s cuisine.

Prakash’s Paan Video

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Prakash shares the cultural tradition of chewing paan after a meal. Paan combines the betel leaf with lime paste (not the citrus fruit), the arerca nut and other spices. It’s chewed and has mild stimulative effects. Prakash shared this video as part of Nashville Public Television’s Storyteller series, training immigrants and refugees to tell their own stories. Just a side note, Paan has been proven carcinogenic by the WHO.