Kasthamandap, the temple made out of a single tree

Kasthamandap is a three-storey pagoda-style temple situated in the Human Dhoka Durbar Square in heart of Kathmandu city and is

Guthi Australia, promoting Newari Culture

Guthi Australia is a community-based, non-profit and volunteer driven organization in Australia. It aims to raise awareness regarding Newari cultural

Popular websites of Nepal

In the fast growing technological world, most of the works are done through internet and websites. Newspapers are being replaced

A Place for Pilgrimage and True Love

Budha Subba is one of the most popular destinations in eastern Nepal. It is an ancient Kiranti shrine on the

Pote, the colorful glass bead necklace

Pote or the colorful glass bead necklace symbolizes the married women in Nepal. A woman seen wearing a pote is

The three most beautiful mountains of Nepal according to Listophobia

Stunning pyramids of snow: who wouldn’t stop to look at them and admire them? Now, here are the three mountains

Once in twelve years- Pachali Bhairav Jatra

The festival of Pachali Bhairav is celebrated in Kathmandu on Vijaya Dashami every twelve years. It is also known as

Public Service Commission

Established on 15 June 1951 AD in Nepal, Public Service Commission (PSC), locally known as Lok Sewa Aayog, is involved

Places to visit in Sankhuwasabha district

Located in the Koshi zone, Sankhuwasabha is one of the seventy-five districts in Nepal. The district with its headquarters at

The Living Goddess – Kumari

Nepal is rich in religious heritage as it houses many temples, chaityas and gumbas. It has a distinct feature that

British Gurkhas honored with Victorian Cross

Nepalese are known not only for their hospitality but also their bravery and courage. Nepal, the land of brave Gorkha

Shey Phokshundo Nepal

Ever heard of a trans-himalayan national park? Well, there’s one in the northwestern region of our country covering an area

Sarangi, the musical instrument resembling human voice

Sarangi is a traditional Nepali musical instrument that has four strings unlike the Indian Sarangi. Traditionally, people from the Gandharva

Television Channels in Nepal

Television broadcast started late in Nepal compared to the other western countries. Nepal Television ruled as the only television channel

Centenarian Newspaper in Nepal

One of the centenarian newspapers of South Asia, Gorkhapatra, the first Nepali newspaper, was published in 1901 with Naradev Pande

Types of holidays in Nepal

Nepal is a beautiful country with its rich natural, cultural and religious heritages. It is also one of the most

B. P. Koirala, an honest and true leader

Born on Bhadra 24, 1971 BS in Benaras, Bisheshwar Prasad Koirala, popularly known as B.P. Koirala was an extraordinary and

Chaite Dashain, the second Dashain

Chaite Dashain is the second of the two Dashain festivals dedicated to the Hindu goddess Durga. Unlike Bada Dashain (the

Top Group of Companies in Nepal

Nepal is a small landlocked country. Although Nepal has to depend on the products imported from other countries, there are

Ministry of Finance

The Government of Nepal established the Ministry of Economics and Planning (MEP) in the year 1963. The MEP was given