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Nima Rumba – Star of Nepal

Nima Rumba was the second son of three, born in Suvarnapur in Nepal on the 26th of May. Even though he enjoyed music, he never thought he would become a singer and songwriter, seeing himself as more of an artist. Sketching pictures and giving them away as gifts, Nima Rumba was certain that art was the direction his life was following, but an encounter with a few of his brother’s musical friends changed his life forever.

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Summiting Tilicho Peak

The majestic mountain peaks of Nepal attract mountaineering enthusiasts from far and wide. There are a number of routes that adventurers can choose from, according to their capabilities, as they pursue their personal goals. Tilicho Peak, towering at a height of 7134 meters is rated by experienced climbers as a technical climb, with many agreeing that it presents an exciting challenge for even the most experienced climber.

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Krishnastami – Celebrating the Birth of Lord Krishna

The beautiful country of Nepal is a popular destination for tourists from all around the world. It is especially popular among travelers who enjoy trekking, which brings them into close contact with the friendly people who call Nepal home. Festivals are a way of life among the predominantly Hindu population and visitors are likely to witness at least one of these colorful occasions while traveling through Nepal. The two-day festival known as Krishnastami, which takes place during the month of August each year, is a festival celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna.

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Nepal’s Royal Palace Becomes the Narayanhity Durbar Museum

Nepal’s Prime Minister, Girija Prasad Koirala, presided over a history-making ceremony on 15 June 2008, during which the Narayanhity Royal Palace in Kathmandu was declared as belonging to the people of Nepal. The Prime Minister hoisted three national flags at the main entrance of the pink palace, and unveiled the new plaque which bears the insignia of Nepal’s government and describes the former palace as the “Narayanhity Durbar Museum”.

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Spectacular Art of Jewelry Making in Nepal

Jewelry making in Nepal is an art. Items of jewelry have a cultural, historical and traditional meaning, and the style of jewelry can help identify the different ethnic groups of Nepal. While some of the jewelry worn by the Nepalese women has been passed down through the generations and are cherished family heirlooms, there are still jewelry makers in Nepal who specialize in the custom making of traditional jewelry.

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National Tourism Fair 2065

The National Tourism Board of Nepal hosted the National Tourism Fair 2065 on 6 to 8 June 2065 (2008 on the Gregorian calendar). This three day event took place at the United World Trade Center in Tripureshwor with the objective of identifying and promoting various tourism destinations within the borders of Nepal, with the emphasis being placed on the promotion of domestic tourism.

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Practicing the Ancient Art of Yoga in Nepal

The rugged and pure beauty of the Himalayas of Nepal, along with the country’s relative isolation from influences of the outside world, makes it a popular destination for travelers who are interested in pursuing the benefits that can be derived from the ancient practice of yoga. Nepal has numerous yoga retreats and wellness centers that offer a variety of programs according to each visitor’s specific needs. The majority of these retreats are found in and around the exquisite Kathmandu Valley, with others scattered throughout Nepal.

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Grandeur of Narayanhity Royal Palace

The magnificent Narayanhity Royal Palace in Kathmandu, Nepal, is the home of the Nepali royal family. The palace takes its name from a renowned historic waterspout that is situated in the southern corner of the palace grounds. The immense palace compound is surrounded by high walls and carefully guarded by soldiers. Tourists can visit the Narayanhity Royal Palace compound by special permission on Thursdays between 13:00 and 15:00, but even from the outside the palace is an impressive sight.

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