Traditional Newari attire

The majority of the population living in the Kathmandu valley consists of Newars whose facial features are a mixture of

The Living Goddess – Kumari

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

Visiting the Bhaktapur Durbar Square

One of the best places in Nepal, Bhaktapur is the perfect blend of authentic and modern worlds. Although, it is

The Tharus

Tharu are an ethnic group indigenous to the Terai – the southern foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal and India.

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

Bhagwati Mandir in Rajbiraj

Bhagwati Temple, a sacred holy place, is located in the heart of Rajbiraj in Saptari district. The temple holds great

The festival of water

A festival of water, blessing, amusement and merrymaking, Joorshital is widely celebrated by the Tharu community in Nepal. Falling on

Deshemaru Jhya, an architectural wonder

Kathmandu, the land of cultural and architectural wonders has at least a piece of art in almost all of its

Mahankal, the Lord of time

The temple of Mahankal is situated near New Road in Kathmandu. Mahankal denotes someone who is beyond time and the

Chusya Baha

Located at the end of a lane on the west of Kantipath, Chusya Baha was built by Gunajyoti Bajracharya of

Lokta Papers

The yellowish papers that were previously used more for official uses, Lokta paper or the Nepali Kagaj has become popular

Ghonghi, delicacy of snail

One of the most common foods in the Tharu community of Nepal, Ghonghi is often catered as delicacy, just the

Ten important festivals of Tharu

One of the many ethnic groups of Nepal, Tharu community is rich in terms of culture and religion. Devoted and

Child Birth Past and Present

Child birth, be it in past or present, has always been a reason for happiness and joy around the world

Suhadi, a type of flat bread

Nepali society is diversified with more than ninety ethnic groups living within its boundary. Each group has their own distinct

Siddha Pokhari in Bhaktapur

Siddha Pokhari, also called as Ta–Pukhu, was constructed during rule of the Medieval King Yakshya Malla in the early fifteenth

Traditional grinders used in Nepal

It has not been so long that the technologies were introduced in Nepal. Nepali market is relatively new when it

Traditional methods of communication in Nepal

Nepal is a country rich in traditions and cultures. The forms of modern communication are quiet recent and new compared

Rudraksha in Nepal

An integral part of the Hindu religion and a sacred item found in most of the Nepali household with the

Festival of Haribodhini Ekadashi

Haribodhini Ekadashi is one of the important festivals of Nepal. Although not as popular as Shivaratri or Saraswati Puja, this