Nepal

dashain

Dashain – National festival of Nepal

Posted on: 13/Sep/2017

The mega event and the most awaited festival of the Nepalese people dwelling in any parts of the world. Usually, it falls in the month of October/November; a fifteen days […]

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Nepal flooding

Nepal flooding and its effect on trekking

Posted on: 03/Sep/2017

This year mid August 2017 torrential rainfall across Nepal’s border with India, mainly 13 out of 77 district has been hit hardly by recent flooding which has claimed the lives […]

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Kumari the living goddess Nepal

Kumari – the Living Goddess of Nepal

Posted on: 24/Aug/2017

Kumari, the living virgin goddess has been worshipped in Nepal from the ancient time. She used to be the tutelary deity in the Malla Era. The Shah who conquered Malla […]

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indra jatra

Indra Jatra

Posted on: 13/Aug/2017

Indra is known as a King of Heaven and lord of rain as well and  Jatra is a procession.  So Indra Jatra is a day of thanks giving celebration of […]

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Hinduism

Hinduism beliefs and Practices

Posted on: 26/Jul/2017

Hinduism, the religion is the oldest in the world with a maximum numbers of followers in Nepal. The history of Hinduism dates goes back to more than 5000 years. The […]

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festivals in Nepal

Festivals in Nepal

Posted on: 11/Jul/2017

Besides the high Mountains Nepal is a very famous for the land of festivals where every year more than 50 festivals celebrate. All the national festival have fixed dates but […]

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Tourist visiting Nepal

Tourist visiting Nepal in 2016 and hope for 2017

Posted on: 27/Jan/2017

The year of 2016 became a positive year for the overall Tourist arrival in Nepal as the total tourist number jumped almost 40 % compare to the last year. Due […]

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travelling in Nepal

Travelling in Nepal – the Dos and the Don’ts

Posted on: 14/Dec/2016

aaA south Asian country wrapped in cultural and ethical tapestry, Nepal might be a difficult place to travel if you do not have adequate knowledge of how the country works. […]

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Ethics in Nepal

Basic etiquette, common practices in Nepal: the dos and don’ts

Posted on: 30/Nov/2016

Nepal is a country of diversity and it’s easy to see that a harmonious coexistence is present despite the differences. This can be attributed to the respect that different groups […]

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Nepal winter trekking

Mid winter trekking in Himalaya

Posted on: 24/Nov/2016

Many trekkers, guides and local people think it’s not a good idea to travel to higher altitudes mid winter trekking in the Himalaya during its peak winter months that lie […]

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