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Indra Jatra- An Untold Festival From Centuries

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Indra Jatra is one of the most important festivals of Nepalese remembering Lord Indra (The god of Rain). Indra Jatra View Details

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Info About Nepalese Customs

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Nepalese customs and ornaments are unique and varied in their own ways. Ethnic groups and indigenous people have their own View Details

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Teej – The Festival Of Women

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Nepal is a multi cultural, multi ethnic, multi linguistic country and offer various cultures and festivals. Among those festivals, Teej View Details

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History Of Patan Durbar Square

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If the Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square has a unique combination of Malla and Shah period architecture, Patan Durbar Square, on View Details

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The Day Of Lord Krishna

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Krishna Janmastami, the birthday of Lord Krishna, is being celebrated by the Hindus throughout the country today with devotion and View Details

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Nepalese Traditional Souvenir

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Nepalese Handicrafts have been popular since long. The mention of the woolen blanket in the “Kautilya Artha Sastra” of Chanakya View Details

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General Information about Pokhara

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Pokhara valley, a perfect combination of tranquility and beauty, which lies 200 kms west from the capital city of Kathmandu View Details

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Kathmandu Durbar Square

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Kathmandu Durbar Square in Kathmandu is the most extensive of the three royal palace square, not only in size but View Details

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Know The History Of Boudhanath Stupa

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The great Majestic Boudha Stupa stands approximately 6-7km North East from the center of the Kathmandu Valley. The splendid dome of View Details

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Musical Instruments Of Nepal

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Music is the integral part of Nepalese festivities. The sound of many-toned drums, blasting trumpets and clashing cymbals accompany the View Details