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Jatra that takes place nowhere else

Jatra that takes place nowhere else

Every year in Hadigaun, people celebrate the jatra that takes place nowhere in the world.  Hadigaun jatra is famous as  ‘Kahi nabhaeko jatra’  that means ‘jatra that takes place nowhere else’, is one of its kinds. The jatra has also given rise to the popular Nepali saying “kahi nabhaeko jatra Hadigaunma” meaning ‘a jatra that takes place only in Hadigaun’. Here are few photos taken on 6th October 2017.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 07 October 2017 10:43 )

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Sa: Paru (Gai Jatra) this year

Sa: Paru (Gai Jatra) this year

Sa: Paru or Gaijatra is one of the most awaited festival in Kathmandu valley. It is said that this festival was initiated by Pratap Malla, however some culture experts cl...

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 09 August 2017 20:22 )

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Bhoto Jatra 2074

Bhoto Jatra 2074

Last day of Rato Machindranath Festival was celebrated on May 25, 2017. On this day black bejeweled vest (Bhoto) of Machindranath was displayed to the public from the Rato ...

Last Updated ( Thursday, 25 May 2017 22:35 )

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Budhha Purnima celebration at Chilancho

Budhha Purnima celebration at Chilancho

Budhha Purnima is one of the important festivals for people of Nepal. In Chilancho Stupa, Kirtipur this event was marked with several programs. Here are the photos taken ...

Last Updated ( Thursday, 11 May 2017 11:21 )

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Holi 2017 (Photo Feature)

Holi 2017 (Photo Feature)

Holi or Fagu Purima is one of the most awaited festivals in Nepal.  In Kathmandu valley and hill areas of Nepal it is celebrated on the full moon day of Falgun a...

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