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Losar: The Festival of Reunion

Losar: The Festival of Reunion

Losar is one of the main festivals celebrated by the ethnic communities of Tamang, Sherpa, Gurung and Thakali. Losar means new year according to the unisolar calendar followed by the communities, it is also known as the Tibetan Calendar which follows the cycle of 12 years called Lohokor.


Swasthani Bratakatha

Swasthani Bratakatha

Every year during the full moon of Poush Shukla, devotees flock to the holy river of Shali Nadi in Sankhu to offer their prayers to Goddess Swasthani and God Madhav Narayan. Devotees fast for their family’s prosperity till the next full moon. During the month family members read the book of Swasthani.


UNESCO Heritage Edition: Bhaktapur Durbar Square

UNESCO Heritage Edition: Bhaktapur Durbar Square

The youngest of the three sister Durbar’s of the valley. Bhaktapur Durbar Square is a marvel of wooden and stone architecture. It features a unique blend of ingenuity and fusion of the architecture of its older sisters. In comparison with its sister durbars the architectural layout is more organized with large squares and equal divisions around the city. The city diffuses from the centre(Taleju) outwards into the numerous vicinities of Bhaktapur.


Mardi Calling.

Mardi Calling.

Trekking is never just about the climb or the view from a high point. It is far more than that - it is an experience, an opportunity to build relationships and forge memories you thought you could only dream of. You can have your definitions and this is mine.

Heritage Weekly: Patan Durbar Square

Heritage Weekly: Patan Durbar Square

Heritage Weekly: Patan Durbar Square


Patan, Yala, Lalitpatanna and Lalitpur,all these names are used to describe a magnificent city which was founded on Buddhist Principles during the era of the Licchavi Era. Today the Patan Durbar Square is known for its magnificent wooden architecture and the harmonious entanglement of Buddhism and Hinduism. Patan Durbar Square is the centre of the Sri Yantra Mandala of the city of Lalitpur. It was enlisted along with its sisters Kathmandu Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square in the UNESCO World Heritage list under the criteria of culture in 1979 AD.


UNESCO Heritage Edition: Kathmandu Durbar Square

UNESCO Heritage Edition: Kathmandu Durbar Square

Nepal is a country known for many things, be it the rich culture and colorful traditions, the diverse harmony of all religions and beliefs, the abundant natural sceneries, and the unique story of its history. Within the heart of all these features is the diverse love of art and architecture mixed thoroughly with religious beliefs and imagery. Filled with immense architectural beauty that have stood the test of time, the prime examples of the brilliance of such creations lie within three places around Nepal valley.


The Chepang Trek Part 2

The Chepang Trek Part 2

Why Nepal is a Trekker’s Paradise

The Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp treks are so well-known that they are often referred to as simply, EBS and ABC. Nevertheless, Nepal is a trekkers’ paradise not only for these two popular treks; there are many other trails that are exciting and challenging. Here’s a series of treks that are becoming more popular by the season.


The Chepang Trek Part 1

The Chepang Trek Part 1

Why Nepal is a Trekker’s Paradise

The Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp treks are so well-known that they are often referred to as simply, EBS and ABC. Nevertheless, Nepal is a trekkers’ paradise not only for these two popular treks; there are many other trails that are exciting and challenging. Here’s a series of treks that are becoming more popular by the season.


Tamang Heritage Trail Trek

Tamang Heritage Trail Trek

Why Nepal is a Trekker’s Paradise

The Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp treks are so well-known around the world that they are often referred to as simply, EBS and ABC. However, Nepal is called a trekkers’ paradise not only for these two famous treks; there are numerous other trails that are as exciting. Here’s a series of lesser-known trails that are becoming more popular by the season.


Panch Pokhari Trek Part 2

Panch Pokhari Trek Part 2

Why Nepal is a Trekkers’ Paradise

The Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp treks may be the most famous treks of Nepal, but there are also many other trails that are exciting and challenging. Here’s a series of treks that are becoming more popular by the season.


Panch Pokhari Trek Part 1

Panch Pokhari Trek Part 1

Why Nepal is a Trekkers’ Paradise

The Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp treks may be the most famous treks of Nepal, but there are also many other trails that are exciting and challenging. Here’s a series of treks that are becoming more popular by the season.  


 Numbur Cheese Circuit Trek

Numbur Cheese Circuit Trek

Why Nepal is a Trekker’s Paradise

The Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp treks are so well-known around the world that they are often referred to as simply, EBS and ABC. However, Nepal is called a trekkers’ paradise not only for these two famous treks; there are numerous other trails that are as exciting. Here’s a series of lesser-known trails that are becoming more popular by the season.