Gai Jatra is a festival observed by the people of the Newar community of Nepal, often in the Kathmandu Valley. This Newari festival is celebrated in the month of Bhadra (August – September). The date of Gai Jatra is fixed bya
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
Janai Purnima is Hindu festival celebrated by almost every family of Nepal. According to Nepali Calendar, this festival falls on the full moon day of Shrawan or Bhadra month. Janai means holy thread and Purnima is the full moon.
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