Items filtered by date: December 2016

5 Books About Nepal That You Must Read

Sometimes travelling is more than just destinations, sights and experiences. Travel serves the better purpose of familiarizing one with local customs and cultures.

The Living Goddess of Nepal - Kumari

Every child comes with the message that God is not yet discouraged of man……true indeed, for only a child is closest to God. The Kumari or Kumari Devi is the tradition of worshipping young pre-pubescent girls as manifestations of the divine female energy or Devi in Nepal.

5 Places in Kathmandu Overlooked by Tourists

For thousands of years, the valley of Kathmandu has been home to ancient mountain tribes, an extraordinary mosaic of cultures steeped in tradition and unique culture.

Indreshwar Temple At Panauti

Nepal’s religious centres are mesmerizingly beautiful, most of them with their towering red-brick walls and pinnacles, like mountains sheering from the oceans, and stunning pageant of motifs dedicated to the Gods.

As you espy the snow capped mountains from your arriving plane, or standing at Lake Fewa in Pokhara where the mountains tower over the scenery like the sets painted for a movie.

Five Treasures of the Snow - Kanchenjunga

The beauty and majesty of Kanchenjunga is a trekker’s dream, with colossal snow peaks soaring towards the sky above and rolling green hills spreading as far as the eyes can see and gleaming conglomeration of trees set at alpine locations. Originally pronounced ‘Kang-chen-dzonga’, means the “five treasures of snow” and corresponds to the five distinct peaks of the entire massif. At 8,586m, Mt. Kanchenjunga is only about 300m lower than Everest, but somehow the world's third-highest peak is always missed out.

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