Nepalese Devotees pull the chariot of God of Rain ''Rato Machhindranath'' in Lalitpur, Nepal.Rato Machhindranath Rath Jatra, one of the longest and most interesting festivals in lalitpur, Nepal. Both Hindus and Buddhists in Nepal worship the deity, R
Bhoto Jatra, which literally means "vest festival", is the climax of the chariot procession of Bunga Dyah Jatra. As per Nepal Bhasa the Jatra should be considered as Pwaklo Jatra because Pwaklo refers to Vest while Bhoto has sleeves.
Monday, 20th Jestha 2076, Kirtipur. A ceremony marking the deliverance of Machhendranath’s (Bungadyo:) flowers was performed at Pyangathan:, Kirtipur today. A team of Panjus-attendants to Machhendranath visited the religious site at Pyangathan: where