Dashain –The Greatest Hindu Festival is here

Dashain is the longest and most celebrated festival of Nepal. Dashain festival takes place around September and October, and is celebrated by most communities in Nepal. This, like Christmas, is the time when family members come together regardless of where they are. Dashain is the Continue Reading

Madan Krishna Shrestha’s Autobiography has been launched

Comedian and actor, Madan Krishna Shrestha’s autobiography, MaHa ko Ma, has been launched in the valley on Tuesday. The memoir was launched during a function held at Hotel Yak and Yeti, in Durbarmarg, Kathmandu. The book was unveiled by Shrestha’s longstanding, ever-green collaborator, Mr. Hari Continue Reading

Indra Jatra: The Biggest Festival in the City of Festivals, Kathmandu

In the city full of festivals, Kathmandu, the biggest festival is Indra Jatra. Indra Jatra, the festival of classical dance is also known as Yenya, Ye means “Kathmandu” and nya means “celebration”, together it means “celebration inside the valley, Kathmandu”. The festival consists of two Continue Reading

Sand Mandalas Are Meant To Be Destroyed

Sand Mandalas—a Tibetan Buddhist tradition involving the creation and destruction of mandalas is made from colored sand. Sand Mandalas are ritualistically dismantled once it has been completed and its accompanying ceremonies and viewing are finished to symbolize the Buddhist doctrinal belief in the transitory nature Continue Reading

Godavari Running Festival IV to Kick Off on September 9

Godavari Running Festival IV is going to be held on September 9 at Godavari Football Ground, Lalitpur. The event has been organized by Pangro and Base Camp: Outdoor Lifestyle. This is the fourth edition of its kind. The previous Godavari running festivals have been completed Continue Reading