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coronavirus covid-19 shuts everest expedition
The government of Nepal and Nepal Tourism Board authoritatively launched the ‘Visit Nepal 2020’ campaign in January as a year commitment to the tourism industry in Nepal. The campaign had the vision to enhance local tourism and build a strong foundation for a vacation destination. It had hoped for 2 million tourist visitors in Nepal....
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corona virus
Covid-19 is also a disease that attacks the respiratory system. The initial symptoms include cough, cold and fever. With no treatment, the matters get worse, and causes the patient to suffer from pneumonia, kidney failure, respiratory tract infection, before finally leading to death. Scientists from all around the world are working day and night to...
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Boudhanath stupa Nepal
When you’re at Boudhanath Stupa Nepal, you feel nothing but peace. The cool wind blowing and making the prayer flag flow in a rhythm. There are hymns coming from every direction, but also, you feel a certain quietness. Kathmandu is a chaotic city, and there’s absolutely no doubt about it. It is amusing to realize...
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lumbini tour
Lumbini Tour is an activity that you shouldn’t miss out by any means during your visit to Nepal. The journey allows you to explore Lumbini, which is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Nepal. Lumbini is a place that is situated in the western part of Nepal, in the plain belt. The reason...
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freak street kathmandu nepal
Freak street, a.k.a. Jhochhen Tole, is a street located in Basantapur, southern side of Kathmandu Durbar Square. Today, Freak Street is popular location among tourists as the vibes the street carries are amazing. From tattoo parlors, eateries, handicraft stores to the gorgeous culture it reflects, Freak Street has it all, making it an ideal location for tourists from...
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nepal living goddess kumari
Kumari, a.k.a Kumari Devi, is Nepal living goddess worshiped in Nepal by both Hindus and Buddhists. Believed to be the living reincarnation of Goddess Taleju, Kumari possesses the power of Hindu goddesses Kali and Taleju. Kumari is a pre-pubescent girl possessing 32 perfections mentioned in Hindu mythologyand is the symbol of power and protection. Her possession of power is represented by the fire eye (chakshu), drawn...
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