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Fifty Million Indra Jatra Festival Preservation Fund

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Fifty Million Indra Jatra Festival Preservation Fund
Fifty Million Indra Jatra Festival Preservation Fund
Kathmandu – The government has announced a permanent 50 Million Indra Jatra Festival Preservation Fund to manage and organize Indra Jatra. As per the decision of the Council of Ministers on 8th September, minister for culture, tourism and civil aviation Rabindra Adhikari has declared to establish ‘Indra Jatra Festival Preservation Fund’. In the Fund, the government of Nepal is going to deposit Rs. 15 million, State Government-3 is going to deposit 10 million rupees, Kathmandu Metropolitan is going to deposit 20 million rupees and Guthi Institution is going to deposit 5 million rupees, informed Adhikari. He added that arrangements have been made to arrange expenditure annually at an interest of Rs. 50 million. A Fund Management committee will be chaired by the Chief of the Kathmandu Metropolitan to operate and manage the funds. This committee manages Indra Jatra every year. READ THESE ALSO . . . . . . . .  Best Trekking Season In Nepal: Visit Nepal Year 2020 Rara National Park: Best Trekking Zone of Nepal Tsum Valley Trekking Known as a Sacred Pilgrimage Valley Mardi Himal Trekking: Right Destination for Festive Holiday Pattale Higher than Everest: Best Himalayan Tours MOST LIKED TREKKING ROUTE Annapurna Base Camp Trek: Nepal Tourism Shey-Phoksundo National Park: A Unique Trans-Himalayan ecosystem Visit Nepal Year 2020: Why should you visit Nepal in 2019? 10 Popular Destinations in Western Part of Nepal Is Nepal Safe To Travel In This Year? POPULAR TREKKING AREAS Dhampus Australian Camp Trek: Glorious Himalayan Viewpoint Trek Kailash Manasarovar, Sacred Place: Don’t Miss to Visit This Year Khaptad National Park: Best Land for Eco-Tourism Sagarmatha National Park: UNESCO World Heritage site of Nepal Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park: Easily Accessible From Kathmandu How can you get Tourist Visa for Nepal? Process is Here 10 Domestic Travel Destinations: Where you can make your trip in this Season

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