Hari Bansha Acharya Ties Knot with Ramila Pathak

For past couple of days, Facebook walls and Nepalese blogs are burning with a post about Nepal’s most liked actor, singer, and TV-serial director Hari Bansha Acharya tying knot with Ramila Pathak. Mr. Acharya was widowed one and half year ago when his late wife Mira Acharya had stroke and later died in the hospital. Since then he was living with his youngest son, Mohit … Continue reading Hari Bansha Acharya Ties Knot with Ramila Pathak

Nepal Bhāsā is officially on Facebook

Some of you who speak Nepal Bhāsā might have noticed in the social network, Facebook where you enter the languages known to you is updated automatically if you had previously had the word “Newari”. Recently, they changed  the term ‘Newāri‘ into Nepal Bhāsā after requesting the apps developer for this cause. Now when you type the word ‘Newār’ or ‘Nepal,’ in the languages field, Nepal Bhāsā … Continue reading Nepal Bhāsā is officially on Facebook

Khokanā Mahotsav Concluded

By Amrit Dangol and Nirmala Dangol| Photo: Amrit Dangol and Sajana Dangol Today is the last day of Khokanā Mahotsav. People seemed even more interested today, as the flavor of pure Newāri was going to end today. The day started with a cold morning, but got warmer as the da progressed. The warmth of the sun encouraged the enthusiastic visitors to tour the Khokanā Mahotsav. … Continue reading Khokanā Mahotsav Concluded

Khokanā Mahotsav – 2nd Day

By Amrit Dangol 16th January 2011 The second day of Khokanā Mahotsav went very well. Though it rained almost all day, the visitors did not feel the least discouraged or disinterested.  The visitors seemed unhappy about the rain and there was a decline in the number of visitors in comparison to the first day. The roads of Khokanā were all muddy making it difficult to … Continue reading Khokanā Mahotsav – 2nd Day

Updates: Khokanā Mahotsav 2011 [Opening Day]

Amrit Dangol and Nirmala Dangol
15th January, 2011

Nepal Tourism Year 2011 formally started from yesterday. On this occasion, many festivals are taking place in Nepal. Khokanā Mahotsav is one of them and is the main attraction of all. It begins from the 1st to 3rd of Māgh (January 15th-17th) and is organized by “Jyāpu Mahā Guthi.” People who are behind this Festival are putting their all efforts for the success of the Khokanā Mahotsav and making it the most memorable event in the national and international level. The main objective of this Mahotsav is to promote the Newāri culture and preserve it and make it known to people around the country. We think, this is the proper way to promote the Newāri culture and preserve them.

The festival has started from today. It was inagurated by the minister of the tourism, Sarad Singh Bhandari. Khokanā seemed to be unusually very neat and clean than other days. Local citizens are very motivated, so they are working with great enthusiasm for the success of the Mahotsav. People from all over the nation are here to witness the Mahotsav in the first day. Continue reading “Updates: Khokanā Mahotsav 2011 [Opening Day]”

Khokana Festival: A Glimpse from 2006 (पूर्व झलक २००६)

Nepal Tourism Year 2011 commenced officially with a goal to promote domestic and international tourism in Nepal from the New Year. As a part of this celebration, Khokana is also going to host “Khokana Festival” from January 15th through 17th. We are committed to cover the highlights of the festival in this blog. Here, we have posted some sneak peeks from “Jyapu Tah: Mujya,” the Jyapu Convention that was held in 2006 in Khokana.  Hope, you will enjoy them!

नेपाल पर्यटन वर्ष २०११ तथा खोकना विशेष अन्तर्गत हामीले सन् २००६ मा खोकनामा भएको “ज्यापु त: मूज्या:” को अवसरमा खिचेका केहि फोटो तथा भिडीओहरु यहाँ प्रस्तुत गरेका छौं | Continue reading “Khokana Festival: A Glimpse from 2006 (पूर्व झलक २००६)”