Friday, November 29, 2013

Basantpur, Nepal

If you are looking for a hideout in Kathmandu, Basantpur is one of the many options. Whether you want to enjoy your solitude for a brief moment or you opt to hang out with your beloved ones, this place offers you the blend of both.

Also known as Kathmandu Durbar Square, it holds a historical significance. You can observe the palaces built in different styles and architecture that date back to the Malla and Shah Kings, who ruled Nepal for a long time. It is also enlisted as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. The King Tribhuwan Memorial Museum and the Mahendra Museum will amuse you by providing the historical account of the edifices and the respective regimes in which they were brought into existence.       

The temple of Taleju Bhawani and Kumari Chowk (Kumari is worshipped as the living Goddess of Nepal) are other attractions that bring devotees here. You can also relish delicious dishes that are offered by the eateries nearby.

Have a wonderful time in Basantapur while you are travelling in Nepal.

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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Nepal makes it to ICC World T20!!!!

A very historic moment indeed!!! Nepal qualifies for the World T20 2014 that will be held in Bangladesh. This is in fact the first time that Nepal will be presenting itself in such a great global arena. So, Kudos and many many thanks to the Nepalese Cricket team that made this victory possible through their hard work and determination.

It's time for celebration in Nepal........ Hurrah!! Nepal One Tours wishes the team all the very best for the upcoming tournament. We are glad to see the improvement in sports in Nepal Cheers!

Tuesday, November 26, 2013


Tihar is a festival of lights and colors. At the same time, it is also the perfect opportunity to prepare different delicacies that can be offered to Goddess Laxmi and also for the celebration of the Bhaitika. Dry fruits hold special importance on the day of Bhaitika and some dishes can be prepared out of them. Gujiya is one such dish which will mollify you if you really love the dry fruits.

It is made of white flour (Aata) in which the ground or crushed dry fruits are put and packed. Deep frying in sunflower oil will first give you olfactory appeasement. The final cuisine is similar to the deep fried momo in appearance that will eventually fill you with the gustatory glees. It can be eaten immediately while it’s lukewarm or can be stored at room temperature for some days, as well.  

Eating gujiya can be one of your worthy activities to do in Nepal.
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Monday, November 25, 2013

Trekking in Nepal-Balthali

When it comes to trekking, Nepal stands out as one of the popular destinations in the world. Every year, thousands of adventure aficionados come for this purpose and carry cherishable memories back to their homes. Based on the duration or number of days, treks in Nepal can be short (2-5 days), medium (5-12+ days) or long (12+ days).

Balthali trek falls under the category of short trek and is one of the chief trekking routes in the Kathmandu valley. Balthali is a small village situated 40 km away from Kathmandu. Amidst the serene ambience of verdant forests, greenish-yellow paddy fields and enticing view of snow-clad mountainous ranges, this place stands as the perfect spot for deep meditation and recreation. It also offers the bird watchers an excellent diversity of avian fauna that soothes the observers’ eyes.  

People over here boast of their rich culture and unique way of living. They seem to be very much involved in preserving their ethos and traditions.Travelers who go to Dhulikhel for a holiday can keep Balthali in their minds as the next target. We are confident that this hamlet will surely allure you and give you the utmost pleasure while you are staying there.  
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Saturday, November 23, 2013


If you go for a morning-walk along the narrow streets of Asan or to various temples in the Kathmandu valley, you will run into beautiful women and cordial men who are busy making a yummy-looking dish out of the white flour. Newari people who are indigenous to Kathmandu call this cuisine ‘Gwarmari’. We bet you won’t be able to repel the temptation to ask for more, once you have tasted the first piece of Gwarmari.  

They prepare it in a very simple way. Flour is mixed with baking powder and salt in a vessel. To this mixture, water is added with constant stirring that finally yields a thick paste now. The vessel is left covered for an overnight. Next morning, some sunflower oil is heated into which a tablespoon of the flour paste is put and left to deep fry. They wait until the flour gradually fluffs up and gives a good brown color, which is now ready to be served. It can be eaten along with tea as your breakfast. You can also pick some curry as its add-on.
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So, way to go folks!! Don’t miss it while you are in Kathmandu.

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