Navapatriva for phulpati are carried by the helpers from the royal Dashain Ghar of Gorkha via the ancient route to Jeevanpur in Dhading district. The person carrying the phulpati swims through Budhi Gandaki
Kirtipur. Sa:Paru or Gaijatra is celebrated in most of the places of Nepal. This year it was celebrated on 27th August .In Kirtipur this festival is celebrated in an unique way. Families who have lost their be-loving ones participated in a processio
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
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
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.