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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 claim this festival dates back to Lichh
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Maghe Sakranti is a popular Nepali festival observed on the first of Magh; widely celebrated as Ghya Chaku Sanlhu by the Newar community and as Maghi by the Tharus. This festivity is an invitation to the longer warmer days bidding farewell to the col
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Uma Maheshwor temple (locally, Kwacho Dega) is one of the important heritage sites of Kirtipur. This pagoda-style three-storied temple is situated at the highest point (1414 m) of Kirtipur. Since this temple is at the top of the hill, one can enjoy p
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Bisket Jatra, Bhaktapur's weeklong festival marks the ancient solar Nava Barsha (New Year) and is the only festival that does not follow the lunar-based Nepali calendar. The jatra commences after a special Tantric ritual in th Bhairab temple in Tauma
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2nd Chaitra 2075, Kirtipur A group of thirty six temporary ordained buddhist monks known as Vante roam around the premises of Nagaun, Kirtipur for the purpose of begging alms as a monastic way of life on Saturday. The event was organized by Dhammakay
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