Culture

Life time ceremonies of Newa people

There is a mysterious fact about Nepal that this country holds distinctive types of ceremonies. That roams up around upon a single person’s life...

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Some beautiful and traditional songs of Newa culture

Newa Culture Newa culture is a phenomenal subject that you won’t get tired of knowing about its beautiful facts and tacts. With the tremendous...

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Newa wears; a unique fashion with 100% traditional clothing

A black saree of cotton with a red border. This is what we imagine when we talk about newa wear. Of course, why wouldn’t...

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Customs of Nepal; All you need to know about Nepal

Nepal is already a unique destination in the sense of cultural diversity, ritualistic traditions, outfits, festivals, and of course the passion for creating masterpieces....

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How about getting some knowledge about traditional dance forms of Bhaktapur

Bhaktapur is not only famous for its art and architecture but also master in extricating Newari culture and tradition. The old generation is passing...

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Festivals

Holi (Holi punhi/ Holi Purnima)

Holi (Holi punhi/ Holi Purnima) Holi is the festival of colours, spring and music that foremost is celebrated with great joy especially, in Nepal...

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Sila Charhe; the night of Maha Shivaratri

Sila charhe The inhabitants of Kathmandu Valley, especially the newa people celebrate Maha Shivaratri as Sila charhe. Sila charhe or the Shivaratri literally means...

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Madhav Narayan Festival and Swasthani Brata Katha: Month long festival in Bhaktapur

Festival dedicated to Madhav Narayan Among the different faces of Lord Vishnu, Madhav Narayan refers to one who is worshipped during the month of...

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Swasthani Barta (1 month long fast ceremony)

Swasthani Barta (one month long fast ceremony) Swasthani Barta is considered more as a month-long fasting ceremony rather than a festival. Yes, there is...

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Samyak dan

Samyak dan is an annual event for the Bhaktapurians which takes place in Na pukhu each year during Maghe Sankranti. But, this Samyak dan...

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Foods

How exactly the famous Juju dhau of Bhaktapur is made?

The Juju dhau Bhaktapur thus is such a city that is not only recognized for its fine arts but also juju dhau. Ju Ju...

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Kwati; a lushing and nutritious Newari-Nepalese soup

Kwati profoundly is a lushing and nutritious Newari-Nepalese food. Not only the Newa people but also the other inhabitants notably cherish it as well...

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Yomari; the main course of Yomari Punhi

Yomari; the main course of Yomari Punhi Did you know that the people of Kathmandu valley started making Yomari from the time of Amshu...

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Chatamari : Traditional rice crepe of Nepal

Chatamari is a traditional specialty of the Newar community in Nepal. It is more like a French crepe: made from a batter of rice...

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Samyabaji; ultimate destination of the Newari food lover

Not only newars but also the other community behold newars are fond of Newari dishes. If you are in Bhaktapur then you must try...

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Heritage of Bhaktapur

Tadhuchhen Bahal

Tadhuchhen Bahal Tadhuchhen Bahal or Ta: dhi chhen is more familiar as Chaturvarna Mahavihar. The bahal  is also termed as Bahal, Baha, or Vihar...

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Wakupati Narayan Temple, Bhaktapur

Wakupati Narayan Temple Wakupati Narayan Temple is a two-story pagoda temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, enclosed within a stone-paved courtyard. About the erection of...

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Annapurna ; the red temple of Bhaktapur Durbar Square

Right behind the temple of Shiddi Laxmi, often called Lohan Dega, there is one unusual temple. Most of you might have noticed it, a...

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Nigoo pukhu(Dui pokhari);literally means the 2 ponds

Dui pokhari-Nigoo pukhu Duipokhari or the Nigoo pukhu, which literally means the two ponds is now one of the popular middles of Madhyapur thimi....

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Lokeshwor Temple

Lokeshwor Temple of Thimi Lokeshwor temple of the Madhyapur thimi is one of the most sacred temples of Nepal. Also, it is highly protected,...

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Hiking Trails

A short hike to Doleshwor Mahadev temple, Bhaktapur

Doleshwor Mahadev temple hike is also a warming hiking trail situated toward the southeast of Bhaktapur. This temple is located at sipadol village, Surya...

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Ranikot hike: one breathtaking hike to the hills through the hills

Ranikot: a blend of nature and adventure Ranikot is the southern hill station of Bhaktapur, that up mostly lies above the Pilot Baba Ashram,...

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Stepping out from Nagarkot to Changunarayan

Since Bhaktapur lies within the territory of the valley. Unparalleled ups and downhills surround this small burgh.  As in order, the northern part of...

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Pilot Baba Hike: one hike to the southern hills

On the very south of Bhaktapur city, in between the jungles, you can notice a white like temple place. That is the ashram of...

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Place

Mahankal Trishul Danda

Trishul Danda Trishul danda is one of the emerging destinations of Bhaktapur. Though it plainly is a hill station allaying the Changunarayan temple in...

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Buddha Peace Park

Buddha peace park Buddha peace park is one free approach destination that is carved out on the side of the Himalayan foothills, Nagarkot. It...

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Suryabinayak temple

Suryabinayak temple On the southern hill of Bhaktapur Nagara, there is one sacred temple named Suryabinayak. The temple is situated in the middle of...

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Taumadi Square

Taumadi Square Taumadhi Square is on the eastern side of Bhaktapur durbar square. A narrow street filled with souvenir shops will lead you toward...

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Bhaktapur Durbar Square: one open museum of Nepal

Bhaktapur Durbar Square is one of the best places to sneak around at Bhaktapur. Or you can say it is the reason that makes...

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