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Janai Purnima Festival Today

3 Aug 2020 Arun Ranjit

The festival of 'Janai Purnima' or 'Rishi Tarpani' is being observed across the country (Nepal) today--3rd August. The festival is basically observed by the Hindus and Buddhists of the country. It is also the day when Brahman priests go round Read More
Sithi Nakha Observing Today

28 May 2020 Arun Ranjit

A Scientific Festival That Marks Beginning Of Newars’ Festivals As every country has its own festivals and way of observing them, these age-old festive-activities of course, form the culture of a country. Thus, Nepal, being the land of heady mixture Read More
Asian Americans fastest growing ethnic in US

13 May 2020 Foreign Affairs News Desk

Asian Americans are the fastest-growing ethnic group in the United States today. And yet, more than a century and a half after the first immigrants from across the Pacific arrived on American soil, understanding of the Asian American experience remains, Read More
Kedarnath to Rameswaram Shiva Temples Built In Mathematical Line

24 Mar 2020 Foreign Affairs News Desk

The Shiva Linga is a symbol that represents Lord Shiva in Hinduism which considered as the most powerful of deities’ temples are built in his honor that includes a Shiva Linga, representing all the energies of the world and beyond.  Read More
Netflix supports US $ 100 M to its unemployed staff

24 Mar 2020 Foreign Affairs News Desk

COVID-19 hits Netflix entertainment too Netflix has announced US $ 100 million in support reason of coronavirus unemployed film workers. Netflix is a popular United States entertainment streaming company worldwide. Issuing a written message on March 20, Netflix Chief Content Read More
Kathmanduties observing Pahan Chare Festival Today

23 Mar 2020 Arun Ranjit

Nepal is the land where 120 ethnic groups with their own religious, cultures, languages and life-styles exists in peaceful coexistence. As Nepal is rich in scenic nature to diverse culture, thus, foreigners say "Every other building is a temple; every Read More
Festival of Colour –Holi begins

3 Mar 2020 Foreign Affairs News Desk

The festival of colors Holi started in Nepal on Tuesday. With the erection of 32 feet in height Chir -- traditional system of erecting a lingo (bamboo pole) covered with 'Chir' (pieces of different colors cloths) at the Basantapur Durbar Read More
Valentine’s Day: Romantic Carnival Of Love

14 Feb 2020 Sandhya Shrestha

Today-14th February. The teenagers of the world is going to celebrate St. Valentine's Day this year again with organizing various hip hop events around the world. St. Valentine's Day is observed 14th February of every year believing that it is Read More
Korean movie ‘Parasite’ breaks 92 year’s Oscar history

10 Feb 2020 Foreign Affairs News Desk

First non-English speaking film to win Best Picture The Oscars 2020 ceremony aired early Monday morning in Seoul, but that didn't stop tens of millions in the country from following local hero Bong Joon Ho as he made Oscars history. Read More
‘Shree Swasthani Brata’ for fulfilling one’s wish

9 Feb 2020 Arun Ranjit

Nepal is a country rich in age-old art, culture, and heritage. It is the land with a heady mixture of unique and scenic nature and diverse culture. The peaceful coexistence of multiple religions and the age-old tradition are unique among Read More