Miss Nepal 2010 Sadichha Shrestha is marrying a Muay Thai fighter Rahul Moktan in a ceremony to be held on July 5, 2022. Moktan is running a Gymkhana – a gym and Muay Thai training institute.
It is interesting how their choice of interest are different as Sadichha was never a fan of sports and in contrast Rahul was no fan of studying. Yet, they both are gold medalist in their fields. Sadichha Shrestha was awarded gold medal in her MBA degree in AIT, Thailand. Rahul Moktan won three gold medals in Muay Thai game. I will do a video report on these facts and share here when it is ready:
Sadichha was crowned Miss Nepal 2016 during a special program held at Tribhuwan Army Officers Club, Bhadrakali, Kathmandu on Sept. 1, 2010.
She participated in Miss World 2016 representing Nepal and featured a dress made out of Allo from Taplejung district and peacock feathers. The 6kg dress she flaunted in Miss world stage was designed by Uttam Banepali and Shiba Shrestha of Uttam Creations, Kupondole. Continue reading
After two Miss Nepal got married last year (in 2016), only seven out of 21 Miss Nepal are still unmarried. Miss Nepal 2009, Zenisha Moktan and Miss Nepal 1997, Jharana Bajracharya got married in 2016. Another Miss Nepal, Miss Nepal 1995, Sumi Khadka also married in 2015. The only two remaining Miss Nepals from the 1990s got married in the last two years. The year 2016 had been special as:
All the Miss Nepal of 1990s from Miss Nepal 1994 to 1999 are married after the marriage of Jharana in 2016 and Sumi in 2015.
All the Miss Nepal of 2000s got married after Zenisha Moktan got married in 2016.
All the Miss Nepal of the 2010s are unmarried.
The list of unmarried Miss Nepal as of now (March 2017):
This year, two Miss Nepal, Miss Nepal 2009 and Miss Nepal 1997, got married. Last year another Miss Nepal, Miss Nepal 1995, Sumi Khadka got married in 2015. Now, all the Miss Nepal from 1994 to 2009 have married and the remaining Miss Nepal are those after 2009. Here is the list of unmarried Miss Nepal:
Miss Nepal 2010 – Sadichha Shrestha
Miss Nepal 2011 – Malin Joshi
Miss Nepal 2012 – Shristi Shrestha
Miss Nepal 2013 – Ishani Shrestha
Miss Nepal 2014 – Subin Limbu
Miss Nepal 2015 – Evana Manandhar
Miss Nepal 2016 – Asmee Shrestha
A video report with the clips of their crowning moments:
In a program held in Soltae Crown Plaza, actresses and models unveiled Hyundai’s new model vehicle Grand i10. The car costing in the range of Rs. 2.3 to 2.7 million is a new version of the popular model i10 in Nepali market.
The actresses Priyanka Karki, model and journalists Sahana Bajracharya, Malvika Subba, Samriddhi Rai and Miss Nepal Ishani Shrestha, Sadichha Shrestha and Neelam Chand showcased noted designer Subexya Bhadel’s design. The hair and makeup were done by Sakil Kunwar and style by Sayal Shrestha.
The current election is considered to be one of the most important step towards the future of Nepal as a country. For that reason, most of the artists of the Nepali film industry have been actively participating in the election awareness. Most of them have joined one of the many political parties and those who haven’t joined any party are also actively participating in the awareness of people about their voting rights.
Nepali superstar Rajesh Hamal is going to vote in the constituency no. 6 in Kathamndu. He is not affiliated to any party and he is also asking everybody to vote in the election.
Actress Karishma Manandhar is voting at Kathmandu constituency no. 3. Karishma is also one of the few artists who is not a member of any political party. She has also been asking every Nepali to vote the truthful and capable person in the election.
We posted a big list of photos of Nepali artists celebrating the biggest festival in Nepal, Dashain. We have more photos to share with our readers so, this second update on the Dashain celebration of Nepali artists.
Yesterday, Sahana Bajracharya, in her Facebook profile, announced via a mobile device that she was “Cake mixing at Annapurna ;)”
That didn’t make sense to me at that time until I saw the following photo in Nagarik:
These Miss Nepal beauties are mixing cake ingredients to prepare a cake for upcoming Christmas. It’s not December yet but, Miss Nepal cake is almost ready. Mixed by the top beauties of Nepal including Miss Nepal 2011, Malina Joshi, Miss Nepal 2010, Sadichha Shrestha, and Miss Nepal 2010 runner-up Sahana Bajracharya have already initiated a grand welcome cake for the international festival. Salina Maskey had helped them to mix dry fruits, wine and various other ingredients. (photo credits Nagarik)
It is told that the cake will be offered for sale by mid December in Hotel Annapurna.
In the Miss World modeling round, the audience clearly gasp and applaud when Miss Nepal 2010, Sadichha Shrestha, opened up her peacock feathered dress (skip to 1:30 in the video below to see it for yourselves).
The dress was made out of Allo from Taplejung district in Nepal with peacock feathers attached to it. The designer of the dress are Uttam Banepali and Shiba Shrestha of Uttam Creations, Kupondole. The dress weighing 6 kg took 5 workers for 15 days to finish.
The shortest man in the world, Khagendra Thapa Magar and top three Miss Nepal contest winners including Miss Nepal 2010, Sadichha Shrestha, first runner-up Sahana Bajracharya, and second runner-up Sanyukta Timsina were chosen the Goodwill Ambassadors of Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) for the promotion of tourism in Nepal.
Khagendra’s theme message reads: "Shortest man in the world from the highest mountain in the world invites you to visit Nepal."
Miss Nepal Sadichha was appointed the Brand Ambassador of Nepal Tourism Year 2011 (NTY-2011) in the first week of September. She is also the conservation ambassador of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Nepal.
More photos of Khagendra with the beauty queens follows (photo credits – onlinekhabar, nepalnews, and nagariknews):
Sadichha Shrestha, 19, has become this year’s Miss Nepal. Contestant no. 1 Sadichha was crowned the Darbur Special Hidden Treasure Miss Nepal 2010 during a special program held at Tribhuwan Army Officers Club, Bhadrakali, Kathmandu on Sept. 1, 2010.