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Nepali Festival

teej festival in nepal
Teej is a festival celebrated by Hindu women and girls on third day of Bhadra Sukla Pakshya-Nepali lunar calendar (generally in early September). Traditionally dedicated to Lord Shiva, it is believed, worshiping him this day gives long life to husband and provides marital happiness and well being of children. This day holds an important role...
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gai jatra
Gai Jatra is a hindu festival mostly celebrated in Kathmandu valley on first day (Pratipada) of the month of Bhadra (August-September) of the Lunar calendar. This festival is celebrated to commemorate the death of dear one during the year. Members of decesead family participate in a procession through the street of Kathmandu leding a cow....
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festival of colors holi
In this 20th century, every one of us is running after building our career and status. During this time we forget to live our lives and meet our belongings. So, the festival Holi comes in the month of Falgun bringing all those happiness we kept aside during the run towards our career by bringing all...
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Maha Shivaratri is one of the most important and popular festivals in Hindu Religion, celebrates once in a year in Nepal. It falls in the month of February or March late winter season. This festival is also well known for “The Great Night of Lord Shiva”, the government of Nepal also has been declared as...
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The sick world needs the enlightenment of Buddha The world is terribly sick and every creature in this world is seeking only one medicine that is peace. DO you know who was Gautam Buddha and why he is ever remembered by a human being? It’s very easy to answer that he is none other than...
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mothers day in nepal
“Dedicated to Sweet Mother” The very extraordinary creates of nature who never considers own happiness, always show the strong willpower and set the example of inspiration, selfless soul and the very kind heart full of lots of love and care, is the another name called MOTHER. I believed if there is any God in the...
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We all know that Nepal is south Asian country located between two Powerful countries i.e. China in North and India in East, West and South. The culture of Nepal is identical with its festivals and social norms. Here are many festivals celebrated by different ethnic groups and religions during the year. Nepal government, in the...
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Maghe Sankranti is one of the important Nepalese festival observed on 1st Magh, January according to Gregorian calendar. The festival is celebrated by the Hindus and Buddhists. It is also recognized as ‘Makar Sankranti’ in India. The word Sankranti is derived from the Sanskrit which defines as the transmigration of one Rashi (Zodiac Sign) to...
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