Amidst the monsoon showers and the lush greenery, Haritalika Teej silently weaves its magic across the Indian subcontinent. Each year, the festival breathes life into the air, filling it with the intoxicating aroma of mehendi, the tinkling sound of bangles and anklets, and the vibrant hues of traditional attire. The festival is a captivating display

Let the rhythm of music and vibrant hues of the Festival in Nepal paint a picture that’s as radiant as the sun-kissed peaks of the Himalayas. The streets of Kathmandu turn into a grand canvas as families parade in joy, dressing up young boys in whimsical makeup and delightful costumes. At the heart of this

Holi festival, also known as the festival of colors, is one of Nepal’s most widely celebrated events. This Hindu festival marks the beginning of spring. It is a time for people to come together with their loved ones, throws colored powder and water at each other, dance, and feast on traditional foods. In this guide,