Sakimana Punhi

This is How Sakimana Punhi Festival is Celebrated With Nau Baja

Each year on the full moon day of the Sakimana Punhi, farmers offer their harvest to Mother Earth with respect and thanks. The Newar community observes the day by making figures of deities with fried grains and singing religious hymns by playing traditional instruments like Naubaja and all. Sakimana Punhi is also referred as Dipawali Read more about This is How Sakimana Punhi Festival is Celebrated With Nau Baja[…]

Nga Lakayeu

Nga Lakayeu Jatra (Romantic Dance Of Seto Bhairav & Mahakali)

Nga Lakayeu (ङ्गा लाकेगु) or Nga Lakegu is the typical Newar words. The words actually represent the most famous and oldest Nepali Festival. This festival is also called Machha Marney Jatra in Nepali National words. This festival is especially celebrated among Newar Community in Bhaktapur, Nepal. Bhaktapur is the city in Kathmandu Valley (Central Development Read more about Nga Lakayeu Jatra (Romantic Dance Of Seto Bhairav & Mahakali)[…]