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Hindu Cremation in Nepal

The best place to see hindu cremation in Nepal is in Pasupatinath Temple. Pasupatinath is the major place for Hindu cremation. One can see lots of live cremation 24 hours out there. The first things they do are carrying the dead body in bamboo ladder and purify the dead body …

The Major Pilgrimage Sites In Nepal

Although Nepal coverage only 0.03 portion of earth, it is considered ever known earth as she is bestowed on nature and unparalleled beauty. Nepal is equally renowned as holy land of god and land of salvation for the homage and sages. There are many temples and idols of god and …

Shamanism In Nepal

In mountainous and isolated Nepal up to the twentieth century the cultural development was in a hibernation which maintained actively many primordial cultural elements. The paradoxical object like UFO of 4000 BC roughly from the archeological research in Nepal it resembles that it portrays the sun where they emanate the …

Native people of Nepal

Native people of Nepal are divided into three different religious groups they are Buddhism, Hinduism, Kirat Gurung People: Religion= Mainly Buddhism Region= Gandaki zone (Western development region of Nepal) Population= 686,000 (according to 2001 census of Nepal) Race= Mongoloid Magar People: Religion= Mainly Buddhism, but Southern regions of Magars due …

Khukuri

Khukuri is a symbol of Gorkha. The Kukri (originally spelled khukri or khukuri) is a curved Nepalese knife used as both a tool and as a weapon. It is a versatile working tool and therefore an indispensable possession of every household, especially of those belonging to Gurung, Magar, Rai, Limbu …