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Himal Southasian

Himal Southasian is Southasia’s first and only regional magazine of politics and culture.
For over 30 years, Himal Southasian has challenged nationalist orthodoxies, and covered the region with imagination, rigour and irreverence, with contributions from some of the most interesting writers in the region.
For over 30 years, Himal Southasian has challenged nationalist orthodoxies, and covered the region with imagination, rigour and irreverence, with contributions from some of the most interesting writers in the region.

Neighbouring countries today can barely talk to one another, much less speak in a common voice. Himal strives to define, nurture, and amplify that voice. In an age of competing nationalisms and complex crises, Himal insists on the cross-border, pro-people nature of our possibilities and problems.

A digital magazine in its current incarnation, we publish a wide variety of articles, from sharp commentaries and longform reportage, to reviews and essays, focusing not on news but in-depth journalism. No subject is taboo for Himal, as long as it comes with good argument and sound style. Independent, non-nationalist, pan-regionalist – Himal tells Indians and Nepalis about Pakistanis, Bhutanese and Afghans; Sri Lankans, Bangladeshis and Burmese about Tibetans and Maldivians; and the rest of the world about this often-overlooked region.

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