Bisket Jatra-Unique Newari Festival Only Celebrated In Bhaktapur is one of the most important festival that is celebrated in Bhaktapur every once a year in the month of April on the 1st day of Nepali month Baisakh. The day is also celebrated as the New Year festival of Nepal.
Holi is celebrated on the Phalgun Purnima which comes in month of February or March according to the Hindu calendar. This festival is one of the enjoyable and colorful festivals which make all the people happy to enjoy in the bright color like red, pink, green, blue, purple, yellow and many more.
This festival usually falls on the 14th day of the dark half of ‘Margasirsa’ (February-March). In some legends is had told that this day is the favorite day of god Shiva and god Shiva give answer to the goddess Parvati.
Visiting Tibet as tourist or pilgrim is one of the exciting traveling one can venture. It can be a life time experience. In the east, it is said that a person cannot visit a holy place, but the holy place should call him. Then only the desire to visit a holy place arise in his/her heart.
When you think about the Nepal and the capital city Kathmandu, the first thing comes in your mind is Temple. However there are other various attractions in Kathmandu other than the Temples.
Indra Jatra: the festival which is known for the God Indra, the god of rain is being celebrated in Kathmandu on Saturday. The festival is known as the festival of rain and fertility.