+977 985-1081173 / +977 980-1054414 [email protected] Govt.Regd.No 189775/74/075
+977 985-1081173 / +977 980-1054414 [email protected] Govt.Regd.No 189775/74/075

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August 2020
Top 5 popular Treks recommended by Mountain Hike Nepal in 2020/2021. It’s very clear when it comes to adventure that the first hit that cracks in one’s mind is a mountain in Nepal. Nepal is a mountaineer’s paradise, attracting thousands of trekkers each year. The Himalayan country meets the needs of any trekker. Nepal has...
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Teej Festival-Popular and Holy Festival of Women in Nepal
Teej Festival-Popular and Holy Festival of Women in Nepal Teej festival is a famous Hindu festival celebrated popularly among women of Nepal across the country. Teej usually comes in the end week of August or in the initial week of September. The festival dedicates mainly to Mata Parvati i.e. the wife of Lord Shiva. According...
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Beauties of Krishna Temples on Shree Krishna Janmasthami Festival in Nepal Shree Krishna Janmasthami festival in Nepal observes the birth of the Lord Krishna. Hindus also call this festival with many other names i.e. Sri Krishna Jayanti, Ashtami Rohini, Gokulashtami and Saatam Aatham. Celebration Date of Krishna Janmasthami Hindus in Nepal and other countries celebrate...
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Guide to Annapurna Circuit Trek Annapurna Circuit Trek is potentially Nepal’s favorite trekking destination. It’s one of the most beautiful adventure holidays in the Himalayas. From green pastures to arid desert terrain, Annapurna Circuit is a highly customizable trekking destination with varied landscapes and cultures. High Himalayan view from Thorong La Pass is life-changing. The...
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The suspension of flights came on March 22 to limit the occurrence of the Covid-19 pandemic in the nation, and during these months only chartered flights were allowed for humanitarian purposes or delivery of medical goods. 12-Airlines seek permission to restart flights from the government of Nepal The government of Nepal decision to restart domestic...
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Gai Jatra festival in the Kathmandu valley Gai Jatra, (means ‘cow festival’ in Nepali) is a festival celebrated in the Kathmandu valley by the Newar community. This Hindu festival commemorates those who have died during the year and is celebrated on the first day of the dark fortnight of the month of Bhadra, which means...
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Janai Purnima is one of the most sacred and significant festivals of Hindu religion Janai Purnima is one of the most sacred and significant festivals of Hindu religion. The festival celebrates the bond of pureness and security. Janai means holy thread and Purnima is the full moon. On this day, Hindu Nepalese men of Brahmin...
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