Fruits are said to be the food of the gods, and if so, Nepal is a blessed country, what with a large variety of delicious fruits available throughout the year.
It’s an art that’s more ancient than the Ramayana and Mahabharata, and a part of the culture and lifestyle of the Indian subcontinent since the ages.
The era of the Malla kings was a long one, about 550 years, and a period of prosperity in all spheres, including art, architecture, and culture.
Holi, the festival of colors, is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country, and it is a time when one forgets and forgives.
Ason Bazaar portrays a large slice of what Kathmandu is all about, and the tourist would be well rewarded by a leisurely stroll down its many streets and alleyways.
Plan your Pokhara trip to include a few days of trekking to picturesque little villages, hiking through fabulous scenery on great hilly trails.
Lord Shiva, one of the three main deities of Hinduism, has numerous devotees all over Nepal and the Indian subcontinent. He also has many temples all over the country.
After the jetlag is over, it’s time to meet near and dear ones, and you can’t wait to see their delight when you gift them the fabulous souvenirs that you have brought all the way from Nepal.
In today’s world, going green is the in thing to do, and using the humble cycle to tour around the valley makes you a ‘green’ person.
In the hectic world we live in today, people all around the world are seeking solace in spirituality, and Nepal is the ideal destination for pursuit of the same.
One of the least developed regions in Nepal, you will discover unexpected sights and lifestyles here; a veritable adventure of exploration awaits you.
Nepal was on the world map in 2015, but for all the wrong reasons. Today, again, it is very much in the limelight, and this time it’s for very good reasons.