How Nepal got its name

Nepal, the country of gods, rivers and mountains, is rich in culture and natural beauty. It’s a small country sandwiched

The Janaki Mandir in Janakpur

The beautiful Janaki Mandir is a Hindu temple at the heart of Janakpur. Fully built in bright white, the temple

The Museum Dedicated to Religious Artifacts

Situated in the heart of the city of Lalitpur is the Patan Durbar Square Museum. It is the former palace

Buddha Eyes, also known as Wisdom Eyes

Every stupa (Buddhist shrine) in Nepal, there are giant pairs of eyes staring out from the four sides of the

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Dharahara or The Bhimsen Tower

Towering like a lighthouse over Kathmandu, the Bhimsen Tower or Dharahara is an edifice of architectural importance. Situated in Sundhara,

Lumbini – One of Four Holy Places Of Buddhism

Situated on the foothills of the Himalayas is Lumbini (Sanskrit for “the lovely”). Known for being the birthplace of Siddharta

The Teechi Festival in Upper Mustang

Try something different during your holidays. Go watch the indigenous people of the Upper Mustang Region in Lo-Manthang celebrate the

Temple of the Mother Goddess

Situated in Gausala, Kathmandu, the temple of Bhuvaneshvari is beautifully carved and is one of the popular temples in Kathmandu.

Radish sandana

Radish is a common and popular vegetable used for making curry or pickle. This commonly used vegetable can not only

The Tamang Community

The Tamang community is the indigenous inhabitants of the Himalayan region of Nepal. One of the major Tibeto-Burman speaking communities

The Tooth Goddess

Situated in the middle of beautiful hills of Bijaypur in Dharan is the temple of Dantakali (the tooth goddess). The

Teej festival – photo story

Teej is one of the most important Hindu festivals, when Lord Shiva is worshiped. On this day, married women keep nirjala

Kite Flying in Nepal

It is September, the season of kite flying in Kathmandu. Rising above the city’s skyline and up above the buildings,

The gift of health in Bhai Tika

One of the most treasured parts of the Bhai Tika ritual during Tihar is a packet of masala. A popular

Making Kachhila

One of the most popular snack items belonging to the Newari community, kachhila is made of raw meat. One among

The Guru-ba keeping the Nepali dance alive

This old man going by the name of Dr Kumar Prasad Darshan is probably the only man in Nepal to

The Newar Community

One of dominant ethnic groups of Nepal, Newar is the indigenous group of Kathmandu valley that used to make almost

The temple of Tangal Ganesh

The small temple situated inside the main road in the Tangal area in Kathmandu, Tangal Ganesh temple is said to

The god with sixteen hands

The god of wisdom, knowledge, art and literature not only cures people’s diseases but also gives child to the childless.