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The Festival of Gathemangal

Visitors to the fascinating country of Nepal are likely to encounter a festival at just about any time of the year. Gathemangal is a prominent festival among the Newari population of Nepal, and takes place during the month of April each year. The festival is a celebration as a reminder of the death of the mythical demon Ghantakarna.

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God Lives in the Himalayas Filmed in Nepal

Indian film director Sanjay Srinivas is set to release the first Indian feature film made almost entirely in Nepal, featuring a Nepali cast and in the Nepali language. The film, God Lives in the Himalayas, has the support of the Nepal Tourism Board as it is anticipated that it will help to promote tourism by introducing some of the many facets of Nepal to the world.

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Visit the Popular Tourist Destination of Dharan

The city of Dharan in the Sunsari district of Eastern Nepal is one of Nepal’s largest cities. Lying at the foot of Vijayapur hill amidst stunning scenery, Dharan is considered to be an excellent example of urban development in Nepal. In a fascinating blend of ancient and modern, Dharan, which is also referred to as “fashion town”, is a popular tourist destination with many places of interest for visitors to explore.

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Annapurna Conservation Area Project

The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) was launched in 1986 under the sponsorship of the King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation. Covering an area of 7,629 square kilometers, this innovative protected area management system combines environmental protection with sustainable community development. Each year the Annapurna region welcomes more than 25,000 trekkers from all over the world to enjoy some of the most beautiful, and challenging, terrain in Nepal.

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The Buddhist Pilgrimage Site of Chabahil

The small community of Chabahil is strategically situated between Kathmandu and Bodnath in Nepal, at the cross-roads of two historical and important trade routes – one from India via Kathmandu to Tibet and the other from the south via Patan. The community has virtually been absorbed by the expanding Kathmandu city, but nevertheless remains historically and religiously significant.

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Trekking the Amazing Hongu Wilderness

Nepal is a popular destination for mountaineers and trekkers because of its magnificent landscapes and breathtaking mountain ranges, with peaks such as Everest, Annapurna and Lhotse. These spectacular and challenging climbs lure mountaineers to return to Nepal to conquer the dangerous weather conditions and the mountains.

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Buddha Jayanti/Buddha Purnima

Buddha Jayanti is the celebration of the anniversary of the three major events in the life of Lord Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. Also known as Buddha Purnima, the celebration of the birth, enlightenment, and attainment to Nirvana of Lord Buddha is the most important event of the year for Buddhists. This sacred celebration takes place around the world on the full moon of the fourth lunar month, which for Nepal is the month of Baisakh, corresponding with the Indian lunar month of Vaisakh. In 2008, Buddha Jayanti falls on 20 May 2008 according to the Gregorian calendar.

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Purchase Fantastic Goods at Jawalakhel Handicraft Centre

In 1960, the government of Nepal and the Swiss Aid for Technical Assistance, as it is known today, set up a small and limited factory to assist the Tibetan refugees that came to Nepal during this time. This offered them the opportunity to work, supporting their families, thus many Tibetan families were given the chance to be independent. And through the establishment of this small factory, Nepal pioneered a Tibetan Carpet industry, which is now known as the Jawalakhel Handicraft Centre.

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