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Ascent on Mount Everest

The 2018 spring climbing season is on, and hordes of adventurers are again plodding to the Khumbu region with fresh hopes, dreams and enthusiasm. They are spending millions of rupees to achieve their goals.The government has adopted a number of safety measures this year, Team leaders, climbers, high-altitude climbing guides, government appointed liaison officers and agencies handling the expedition are …

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Public Holidays in Nepal 2075 B.S.

Different countries and International organization have their own rules and regulations.Most of the countries in the world operate five days a week and are closed in saturdays and sundays.Nepal operate six days a week and Officially saturday is a day off .Nepal celebrates lots of religous as well as Non-religious holidays.On these Public holidays all government offices are closed but …

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10 Holiday Destination in Nepal

Nepal is the holiday destination for many international tourists, while some also visit here for pilgrimage, trekking and adventure sports, among several other reasons. If you also count the number of domestic tourists the volume of people in some areas, both explored and unexplored, becomes overwhelming. Here are the top ten places to visit in Nepal, prepared with the help …

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the deepest Phoksundo Lake

Nepal has a large number of lakes ,some are located at high altitudes and some at deepest.Among them Phoksundo lake has got its own charm ,diverse and been captivating attraction of many people.It is also well known trekking destination for tourist visiting the country. Phoksundo Lake is located at height of 11,849 ft above the sea level in Dolpa district. …

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Shree Swasthani Brata Katha

Shree Swasthani Brata Katha, a ritual observed by Nepali Hindus since Poush Shukla Purnima (full moon day), that generally falls on January 1. The festival lasts a month and ends in Magh Shukla Purnima. Nepalis, especially Hindu women, observe the month-long festival by worshiping the four-handed deity Swasthani who has chakra, trishul, sword and lotus in each hand, and recite …

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Angalakegu:Nava Durga Gana dance

Nava Durga Gana dance officially takes place on January 15 in Bhaktapur. The festival runs for eight months and concludes on the day of Bhalbhal Astami in the Nepali month of Shrawan. The first day of the Nava Durga Gana dance was showcased at Suryamadhi, ward number 9, Bhaktapur. Nava Durga Gana dance is also known as Angalakegu, which means …

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Miklajung

Nestled among the beautiful hills of Panchthar district,  Surrounding the area are rivulets running between the hills, forming a spectacular landscape. Fog dances in an interesting hide and seek among the hills, arising from the gorges and disappearing in the sky. Roads of this area run through the middle of the residential area, and every house has a power supply. …

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Bisket Jatra’s pole erecting ceremony

On the occasion of Bisket Jatra, a 55–foot–tall lingo (pole) is erected at Lyosingkhel, Bhaktpur . This ceremony is considered as the main attraction of eight nights and nine days long Bisket Jatra of Bhaktpur. Thousands of Jatra lovers from neighboring districts Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Kavrepalanchowk visit Bhaktpur to see this special ceremony. “The pole required for the Jatra is …

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Royal Bengal Tiger

The number of tourists visiting Bardia National Park has increased primarily due to the high chance of spotting the rare Royal Bengal Tiger. The lure of seeing the endangered creature in its natural habitat is proving irresistible as more than 15,000 tourists visited the park in the first nine months of the current fiscal year.The park is home to endangered …

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