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Festivals In Kathmandu

Most of the fairs and festivals that can be seen in Kathmandu have their origin in the Malla period. This gave an urban cultural touch, not limiting the Newari festivities after the Gorkha conquest in the years 1768-1769. Parbatiyas culture and new migrant communities were harmoniously mixed. Festivities like Ghode …

Dashain In Nepal 2012

At the turn of September and October is the biggest festival season in Nepal. Dashain is also the longest holiday, lasts 15 days and is celebrated by all religious and ethnic groups. Celebrations usually follow immediately after the summer harvest of rice, so it is actually a harvest festival, where …

Holidays, Festivals, Celebrations In Nepal

Holidays, festivals, celebrations in Nepal throughout the year. January/February Tibetan New Year One of the perks of the Nepalese festival is already a venue. Bodnath Stupa is simply charming architecture, festive decorations and breath-taking view of the Himalayas. The actual celebration is then a three-day, Buddhist monks give blessings and …

Forbidden Kingdom Upper Mustang Tiji Festival, Culture, Economy And Politics

Forbidden Kingdom Upper Mustang Tiji Festival and culture. Upper kingdom of Mustang Tiji Festival in Nepal is one of the unique festivals in Mustang Nepal. Upper Mustang, one of the most remote places on earth and the last pure Buddhist culture, a culture virtually unchanged since 14th century. Mustang sits …

Autumn Season Harvesting Time in Mustang Nepal Apple, buckwheat and crops

Information about autumn season harvesting time in Mustang Nepal: After the greenery of rainy season, Mustang enters into the colorful season of September October and steps to autumn season. The withered and frost beaten leave gradually achieve their crimson, which adds attraction in the beauty of Mustang. It is time …