Monday, January 20, 2014

Trekking In Nepal

Eleanor Roosevelt has said “A woman is like a tea bag - you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” You may be wondering why we have quoted this saying in the context of trekking in Nepal. Well, being a country well-known throughout the world for its exotic beauty and peace, it wouldn’t be unfair to use this metaphor if we are describing something about Nepal.

Our country boasts of bounteous natural resources which appeal to the eyes of any beholder. (This applies to a woman’s beauty too, doesn’t it?) And when it comes to giving a free rein to your adrenaline rush, Nepal stands in the forefront too! (It would require a lot of ‘manly’ strength to do that, wouldn’t it?)    That’s why if somebody’s in a need to break away from his stressful life at least for some days, Nepal would be the perfect destination. On the contrary, you might get plenty of opportunities here to let the stress take over you! (You might be bemused again with this paradox!) Don’t worry; the stress that we are talking about is ‘beautiful stress’- the one that brings pleasure to you.

Trekking in Nepal could be one of the apt ways through which you can unleash your ‘bad stress’ and embrace the good one. There are many choices as to where you would go for the trek. The Mount Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Manaslu and Makalu are some of the popular ones. Based on the target regions, tour and travel companies will provide you with different itineraries and arrangements such as food and accommodation.

Not only that, they will also give you information about the best time of the year to do this activity, what to bring or buy, how to apply for the permits and passes and a lot more. Of course your fitness level is very important to be considered if you desire to go on long treks. Nepal One Tours can be your travel operator in this regard.
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So what are you waiting for? As Otto Von Bismarck says, Put on your spurs and let the wild horse of your life fly with you over the stones and hedges of this beautiful landlocked country!!                


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Sunday, January 19, 2014

Traditional Nepali Wedding

                                                               
Nepali wedding ceremonies are unique in their own way. If you come to Nepal during the months of December or January/February (regarded as the wedding season), you might run into Nepali folks who are merrily singing and dancing in groups along the streets of Kathmandu. These hordes are called ‘Janti’ in Nepali and they are all on their way to bring the bride to her husband’s home.
Based on the particular ethnicity, tribe or tradition of individuals, the nuptials are also of various types.    Accordingly, the wedding costumes are also designed as per the needs of peculiar culture. Some marital functions are concluded in the single day whereas others may last for few more days. Receptions are held mostly after the completion of the rituals of marriage.    
So if you happen to be in a vacation in Nepal around this time, feel free to take glances at the procedures followed by a newlywed couple at various temples and other areas. Or if you have a plan to get hitched with your beloved one in this beautiful mountainous country, you are heartily invited here!  
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People playing traditional musical instruments at a Nepali wedding ceremony
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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Makar Sankranti

                                                                               
Nepal is observing a public holiday today on the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti, also known as Maghi. It is a festival which is celebrated to mark the shift of the Sun into the zodiac constellation of Capricorn (called Makar in Nepali). It falls on the very first day of the Nepali month Magh.

It is believed that with the arrival of this fiesta, the short and chilling days of winter gradually turn into longer and warmer days, eventually giving an invitation to spring. It is also reputed as the festival of harvest in Nepal. The Sun is worshipped in the form of God on this day by the Hindu devotees. They take a bath on the sacred rivers which are nearby the places that they live in. The delicacies that are eaten are ghee, Chaakku, Teel ko laddu, tilauri and yam. So do not miss them out if you are on a holiday in Nepal on 15th of January.      
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Nepal One Tours wishes you a very happy Makar Sankranti. 

Dishes for Maghe Sankranti
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Bull Fighting in Nepal

                                                                               
When it comes to bullfighting, Spain is the first name that strikes the mind of any aficionado. Of course there are some other countries too where this sport is practiced. But very few people might have got wind of the fact that Nepal hosts the game of Bullfighting on a special occasion called Maghe Sankranti , the first day of the Nepali month Magh. (15th January this year, i.e. 2014)

A small village called Taruka (80 km away from Kathmandu) which lies in the Nuwakot district organizes this exciting event every year.  Lots of adventure enthusiasts reach there to experience the thrilling beauty of this activity. The only striking difference between bullfighting in Europe and Nepal is that buffaloes are used in place of the bulls.

And you may wonder how long has it been since Nepal has been catering to this form of entertainment of audience. It’s been more than 200 years as told by the local residents. So if you happen to be in a holiday in Nepal on 15th of January, ask your travel operator to take you to observe bullfighting in Nuwakot.Nepal One Tours can help you with this.
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Sunday, January 12, 2014

Laligurans (Rhododendron) - The National Flower of Nepal

                                           
Laligurans (Rhododendron)
Trekking in Nepal is regarded as one of the admired ‘things-to-do before you die’. Those who have already been to the Himalayan foothills during the months of March to May must have noticed the verdant forests covered in the veils of red. These coverings are of none other than our own national flower Rhododendron, popularly called Laligurans in Nepal. Children in those regions will greet you with bouquets of this flower in their hands and a warm smile in their na├»ve faces.  
The main species that is widespread here is Rhododendron arboreum. It can grow up to a height of about 30 mtr. In addition to the aesthetic value that it holds, Laligurans is also known to contain special therapeutic values. Researches done by different and special groups have claimed that various diseases like liver disorders, jaundice, diabetes, severe headaches and intestinal worms can be treated by the use of this elegant flower. 
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Rhododendron forests in Nepal
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