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If you are seeking
a place nearby Kathmandu, where you can savor the utmost stillness and peace of
mind, then Namo Buddha might be the right choice. It is 40 km southeast of
Kathmandu and is very much revered by the Buddhist pilgrims from all over the
world. They visit Thrangu Tashi Yangtse monastery in this place, which has a marvelous
structural design and a serene ambience.
There’s a myth that Gautam Buddha offered his body
parts to satiate the hunger of a tigress and her cubs. On denial, he cut his
arm and let them have his warm blood instead. This legend is portrayed by a
statue of Buddha and the tigers nearby him.
Besides these, visitors come to this place in groups
for hiking and recreation. Not only beautiful photographs of the surrounding
hills and suburbs will be captured by your camera in Namo Buddha, but also the moments
of tranquillity will be locked up in your heart forever. To arrange the tour to Namo Buddha please feel to contact us by our web www.nepalonetours.com
One of my Australian friends asked me what is so special
about the cuisine ‘Momo’. His query was obvious since he finds me eating momos
almost every day in my lunch! I tried to give him the details about the food as
much as I knew but I failed to describe him about its history, nomenclature and
So I did a brief research on it and came to know that Momo
doesn’t have a unanimous place or country of origin. As the Newari ethnic
community favors it to the most, it is believed that the Newari traders carried
the skill of momo-making from Lhasa to Nepal. With some amendments in the
ingredients and seasoning of the meal, Momo has been popular not only in Nepal
but also in the neighboring countries like Tibet, India, Bhutan and many
It is made of white
flour into which are ‘packed’ fillings of variety of mixtures like vegetables,
paneer, cheese, buff, chicken and so on. Accordingly, momo is made for both vegetarians
and non-vegetarians. So why not try it once when you are in holidays in Nepal?? :)
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If you ask any passionate couple where in Kathmandu
they would like to go for a date, you will not be surprised by the unanimous
answer- Garden Of Dreams. A perfect hideout located in Thamel, GOD pleases
every visitor with its pretty and ‘romantic’ ambience. In fact you will be
flabbergasted by the serenity and grandeur of this place in the midst of the
heavy traffic and hectic life of the capital city.
It is not only the perfect rendezvous for love birds
but has an ancient story of its own. It is said that the late Field Marshal Kaiser Sumsher Rana
generated it for the sake of his love, in early 1920. Originally, it was famous
by the name of the garden of ‘Six Seasons’, with the assembly of six arresting
pavilions, each devoted to one of the six seasons of Nepal. As a result of some
revamp, it has gained a newer and magnificent look today.
There are also
fountains, lavish furniture, verandas and birdhouses that will captivate the
eyes of a beholder. We daresay that you will have a time of your life and
relish every minute spent there with your beloved ones.
My cousin called me up and invited me to go on a short drive on each of our scooters. I asked her the whereabouts of the place that we were going to go and she gave me the details of a place called 'Jhor'. At first I was like...... "Where on earth is Jhor?? " I was running out of fuel for my scooter and didn't want to take the risk of heading towards the spot which was quite faraway. However, I was assured that it was very nearby Dhapasi in Kathmandu and I would regret later on if I denied the offer on that day. So I buckled up my shoes and stormed out of my home yelling "Off I go to JHOR..........hope the trip won't be JHOOR (boring) ". In fact, it wasn't boring at all. It was such an awesome experience to drive on the well-pitched road that led us toward our destination. We stopped by a waterfall that allured us by its beauty and the musical sound of its flow. We got drenched, took some really good pictures and had so much of fun. Then we walked towards a small temple named Baundeshwar Mahadev midst the big rocks and cave and offered some prayers as well. A short walk along the stairs built of stones took us to a spot from where we could relish the spectacular view of Kathmandu valley. That was it. We really had a good time and decided to return to our homes. As we were quivering due to our wet clothes, we entered into one of the motels on the way and warmed ourselves with hot coffee and some pastries. And what else? We continued shivering throughout our way back home and finally got relief after we threw away the wet dresses and wrapped ourselves with a warm blanket. :)
Bala Chaturdashi is the occasion which is observed by dropping or spreading seeds of seven different kinds (satbij) so as to reminisce our beloved ones who have deceased. On this day, devotees from all over Nepal as well as from India and other Asian countries come to visit the Pashupatinath temple which is in Kathmandu.
People keep themselves awake a night before this festival and light lamps along with the chanting of mantras. Next day, they take a bath in the holy Bagmati river and then carry out the seeds spreading ceremony. This is the day when the bereaved family members get to pay homage to their departed ones. So it is marked as an important festival in Nepal.