Cover Page

Vol 5, No 1 (2016)

"What Affects our Psyche?? Is psychiatry all about treating psychiatric disorders using drugs? Are psychiatrists giving adequate time for the counselling of patients? How does our society take patients with psychiatric disorders? Does our traditional practice need to change? Are not there any other ways to promote the psychological state of people?" Our Environment, our culture, our religion, our genes, our society that we interact with directly or indirectly affects our psyche. Psychiatry is also about preventing the mental disorders. It is high time now that we change our society. Better create an environment of love, friendship and happiness that would set free our 'Psyche' (Butterfly: ancient Greek Origin) as soon as possible because our time is limited.
Painter & Interpreter:
Subodh Kumar Bidari, 13th Batch MBBS, UCMS


Cover Page

Vol 4, No 2 (2015)

Heart (Mann)/Mind ?? or the Balance Use of Both!!

Men may have their own analysis but Heart (Mann) and Mind are complementary to one another. Any effect in the heart(Mann) is likely to effect the Mind and vice-versa. One of the factors behind the mental illness could be the loss of the equilibrium between these two complementary force. The ever conflicting state between heart(Mann) and Mind reflects the state of life. When the mood is low, so is the vitality of life, the state that contradict the euthymic effect.
Painter and Interpretor: Sanjeeb Babu Gharti, MBBS Student, UCMS

Cover Page

Vol 4, No 1 (2015)

Interpretation of the Cover Page:
(The Picture Stood first in the Painting Competition Held in UCMS, Bhairahawa)

"…Nothing feels real anymore… even my own body feels strange to me… things seem to be falling out of place…. It’s like I’m observing myself, my emotions & my thoughts from a distance…"
Painter & Interpreter:
Abdulla Nazim



Vol 3, No 2 (2014)

Interpretation Of the Cover Page Painting: “Obsessions lead you astray, make you do things that you can't explain and only you can understand...and the funny thing is you can do nothing about it, 'cause that part of you that control our actions is locked up in your own head...” Painter & Interpreter: Abdulla Nazim
Cover Page

Vol 3, No 1 (2014)

Interpretation Of the Cover Page Painting: “Sometimes, when all hope is lost and a person loses their will to live, as a last resort, they build walls around themselves just to make sure that someone cares enough to break it and reach to them. If no one does break the wall, Suicide is the answer to all their problems…”
Painter & Interpreter: Jose Abulho Nazim


Cover JPAN

Vol 2, No 2 (2013)

Interpretation of the Cover Page Painting. This picture is a reflection at the end of a day by a migrant worker. He is far away from home, feels alone, lonely and his mood is reflected by the background color. Painter & Interpreter: Jose Abulho Nazim
Cover Page

Vol 2, No 1 (2013)

The interpretation of the cover page painting
Several instances of adolescence suicide of late in the country have suddenly aroused the attention of the society towards issues of adolescence depression. The painting on its own little way tries highlighting the issue. The colorful yet darkish cloud on the top depicts the mental status of the teenager placed in the painting depicting sadness, hopelessness, discouragement, loss of self worth and self-hatred. While the bright yellow and whitish color in the middle is that glimmer of hope bursting out the darkness and uncertainty prevailing in the teenager’s life. The barbed wise is the depiction of her self-imposed imprisonment. Painter & Interpreter: Niraj Shrestha


Cover Page

Vol 1, No 1 (2011)

The interpretation of the cover painting:
The prevailing political instability in the country has led to rise in foreign employment. The cover page painting aims to bring forth this very issue, where the husband under compulsion has to go to a foreign land. In the picture there's a husband and wife hugging each other passionately. The blue and white curles represent the sea of love between them while the orange, yellow and red speaks up for the unfathomable agony, the compulsion, the anger, the tragedy and the burst of love in their hearts and minds at the moment of farewell. But these stories of agony and pain will continue to haunt our land as
"The quest for gold shall never end
Till the quest for happiness shall last"
Niraj Shrestha, the painter

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