The afternoon rain did not stop the crowd from celebrating the Monsoon Festival of Teej at the Patan Durbar Square. Nepali women dressed up and gathered around the square to perform dances, songs, and rituals. Teej Festival is mostly celebrated by Nepali women for a happy and long-lasting marriage and also for the well-being of […]

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Bhaktapur Durbar Square had taken me back to Nepal’s medieval period, during the reign of the Malla Kingdom. The complex is a spectacle of temples, pagodas, and monuments built from bricks and wood. It highlights the country’s ancient arts through its building architectures, sculptures and wood carvings. It also reflects the people’s cultural traditions, religious […]

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We were ready to leave the jungle of Chitwan and hit the road towards the hilltop of Bandipur. As we pulled our bags to the hotel reception, the rain suddenly poured that triggered a dash of anxiety. The thought of passing on that 40 km dangerous roadway to get back to Prithvi highway was stressful […]

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A great expanse of Nepal occupies the majestic mountains of the Himalayas which makes it a place to be for the adventure seekers. The country’s diverse terrain offers infinite options of medium to challenging trail routes for trekkers. Not only that. It is also the home of the world’s highest mountain, the Mount Everest, including […]

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