All of us here at Nepaltravelblogs.com send our deepest sympathies and condolences to the family and friends of the 19 passangers and crew of the Buddha Air Mountain Flight that crashed outside…Continue
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The weather is getting warmer and everyone is looking for a way too cool off. You could take a trip out to the International Swimming Complex at Satdobato. A nicer option is the 22 stone water spouts at Balaju.
5km from Kathmandu, the Balaju water spouts are found in a large…Continue
Posted on September 28, 2011 at 10:37am
The rainy season grows now with each day, and the moon grows bigger too, signaling that it's now nearly time for Janai Purnima, the fullmoon of the Janai. It is a tme when high Brahmins change the sacred thread or Janai that adorns their chests, worn all the year.
For the extreme pilgrim and lover of Shiva Mahadev, it is a time to take a rain-filled, masachistic march up to Gosaikund (Cow-Lake), in Rasuwa District of the Langtang Mountains. Literally…Continue
Posted on August 3, 2011 at 11:44am
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April is a confusing and crowded month for festivals. Within 10 days Ghode Jatra, the Newari Chariot festival, Seto Machhendranath, Chaitra Dasain , Ram Navami were all celebrated. New Years, Balaju Mela and Loktantra Diwas Day are on the way before the month ends.
It is really difficult to find information for when the festivals begin and with some of the rituals occurring on the same days it is often hard to know what you are watching. Here is our break down of the first…Continue
Posted on April 14, 2011 at 9:00am