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Chhath Festival Thanksgiving to the Lord Surya ‘The Sun God’

Chhath Festival Thanksgiving to the Lord Surya ‘The Sun God’ Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Chhath, a primitive Hindu festival is performed as a thanksgiving to the Lord Surya ‘The Sun God’ for granting life on earth and providing prosperity for the life forms on Earth. As per the Hindu traditions, the sun god is the ultimate force which represents vigor, fame, …

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Bijaya Dashami Being Celebrated Today

Bijaya Dashami Being Celebrated Today – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Bijaya Dashami the 10th day of the Bada Dashain festival, Hindu devotees is being celebrated all over the nation today with great keenness by receiving ‘Tika’ and ‘Jamara’ with blessings from elders. Tika and Jamara are considered the promising gifts of the goddess Nava Durga.Although the auspicious hour for receiving Prasad …

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Maha Ashtami Being Celebrated on Eighth Day of Bada Dashain

Maha Ashtami Being Celebrated on Eighth Day of Bada Dashain – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – All of Hindus from all over the nation as well as an outside nation are celebrates Maha Ashtami, the eighth day of the 10-day Bada Dashain festival with Worshipping Goddess Durga Bhawani today. On this day, Hindu Devotees worship the Goddesses Mahakali, Mahalaxmi and Maha Saraswati. …

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Phulpati Being Observed Across the Nation

Phulpati Being Observed Across the Nation – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Phulpati, The seventh day of Bada Dashain festival, is being celebrated all over the nation on Saturday. On the occasion, collects banana stalks, Jamara, Belpatra (leaves of wood apple) and sugarcane sticks tied with red cloth along with Kalash filled with holy water is brought to Hanumandhoka from Gorkha district …

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Muslim, Hindu Observes Muharram Festival

Both Muslim, Hindu Observes Muharram Festival

Muslim, Hindu Observes Muharram Festival In Rupandehi – Nepalayatimes Kapilvastu – While the Muslims across the country are observing the Muharram festival, the Hindus in Rupandehi district also celebrates this festival with equal importance on Tuesday. The festival that falls on the 10th day of the first month of the Islamic calendar commemorates the martyrdom of the grandson of Prophet …

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Inevitability of Nagpanchami – The Vedic Culture

Inevitability of Nagpanchami - The Vedic Culture

Inevitability of Nagpanchami – The Vedic Culture – Rajesh Shrestha/Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – ANANTA literally means endless or infinity in the Sanskrit language. It is also the name of Sheshnaga “The Celestial serpent on which Narayana reclines”. Naga worshipping was wide-spread in Sumerian culture, Greek culture, Maya civilization, Native American and all the indigenous culture of the world. It is the …

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Maghe Sankranti Being Observed Today

Makar Sankranti being observed

Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Maghe or Makar Sankranti is being observed today throughout the country. On the day, people of Hindu communities take holy dips into rivers and ponds, worship at various temples and relish delicacies like ghee, yam, Khichadi and sweets like Chaku and sweets made of sesame and molasses. As per the astrological chart, this day is called as …

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