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Online art workshop launched in Kathmandu

Kathmandu - An online art workshop has been launched in the capital city on Sunday. Chancellor of Nepal Academy of Fine Arts, Kanchha Kumar Karmacharya, began the workshop by making a facial portrait of Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Parbat Gurung. On the occasion, Minister Gurung hoped the workshop...

Kasam Puja held at Pulchowk

After the third day of clash between the local and police the religious ceremony was held in the presence of priests and concerned officials amid curfew clamped by the Lalitpur District  Ksama Puja is held after the meeting of Jyapu samaj and the task force and Jyapu Samaj; Kshama Puja is...

Learn Nepali pottery during pandemic

As Nepal’s lockdown goes into its sixth month, people are taking up new indoor hobbies and finding ways to do more creative and calming activities. One of them is taking up ceramics.And where else to discover one’s talent for the craft than in Bhaktapur, the centre of traditional pottery...

Hartalika Teej 2020, Puja Muhurat

Amid an injunction in the Kathmandu valley, Nepalese women are celebrating the Teej festival. Hartalika Teej 2020 Date, Puja Muhurat. The festival is celebrated with much enthusiasm by Hindu women.  Hartalika Teej 2020 Date, Puja Muhurat: Among the many Nepali and Indian festivals that mark the second half of the year,...

Deserted Gokarneshwor Mahadev on Kushi Aunshi

In the normal time, Gokarneshwor Mahadev temple used to attract thousands of visitors from around the country and even from India. Kushe Aunshi, which most of the Nepalis celebrate as the Father’s Day as per the Hindu culture. But the temple this seems to be deserted amid COVID-19 Devotees are marking...

Nepal celebrates Nag Panchami by worshipping snake deity

Nepali pupil (mostly Hindu) observes Nag Panchami across the country by worshipping the snake deity today. They thronged holy sites, including the temples of snake deity, chanting mantras to mark the festival. As per the Hindu tradition, people worship eight principal snake deities offering them cow’s milk, ghee, lava, barley, sesame,...

Rato Machindranath Jatra to be from 25th July

Rato Machindranath Chariot Procession which was canceled due to COVID 19 has been decided to begin from the 25th of July. Rato Machindranath is worshiped as the god of rain in Nepal. Chief of Lalitpur Branch Office of Guthi Sansthan, Rajan Bhuju, notified that the auspicious time to begin the...


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