Guru Purnima (Teacher's day)

Published on 2017-07-09     372 views

The Guru Purnima festival is celebrated by paying reverence to all teachers. The festival, also marked as Teacher's. . . read more »


Harishayani Ekadashi

Harishayani Ekadashi
Published on 2017-07-04     391 views

Devotees of Hindu faith are observe Harishayani Ekadashi. They also observe. . . read more »


Shree Panchami

Shree Panchami
Published on 2017-02-01     1044 views

Shree Panchasmi also known as Basanta Panchami or Saraswoti Puja, is being celebrated across the country by. . . read more »


Maghe Sankranti

Maghe Sankranti
Published on 2017-01-15     870 views

On Maghe or Makar Sankranti, Hindus take holy dips into rivers and ponds, worship at various temples. . . read more »


Yomari Puni

Yomari Puni
Published on 2016-12-13     1061 views

The Yomari Puniis a festival observed by the Newar community of the Valley and is believed to have started 400 years. . . read more »


Gunla festival

Gunla festival
Published on 2016-08-04     1210 views

Gunla festival is one of the major festivals of the Newar Buddhist community. It is a month-long festival.. . . read more »


Shrawan Sombar

Shrawan Sombar
Published on 2016-08-02     1127 views

Shrawan month is considered as the holiest month of the year. Each Sombar (Monday) of this month is known as Shrawan. . . read more »


Mata Tirtha Aunsi (Mother's day)

Mata Tirtha Aunsi (Mother's day)
Published on 2016-05-06     1346 views

Mother’s Day in Nepal is also known as Mata Tirtha Aunsi. Nepalis both home and abroad observe the Mata Tirtha Aunsi or the Mother's Day by showing respect. . . read more »


Ghodejatra - festival of horses

Ghodejatra - festival of horses
Published on 2016-04-07     1303 views

Ghodejatra is one of the most exciting festivals of the Kathmandu city. It is also known as the festival of horses.. . . read more »


Holi : festival of colours

Holi : festival of colours
Published on 2016-03-21     1121 views

Holi (होली ) is a spring festival, also known as the festival of colours or the festival of sharing love. It is an ancient Hindu religious festival which has become popular with non-Hindus in many parts of South Asia, as well as people of other communities outside. . . read more »


Vishwakarma Puja

Vishwakarma Puja
Published on 2015-09-18     2040 views

Vishwakarma Puja is a day of celebration for Vishwakarma, a Hindu god, the divine architect.The festival is observed primarily in factories and industrial areas, often on the shop floor.. . . read more »


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