Nepal, the land of festivals, a garden of diverse cultures and traditions. That’s why it is said that there are more festivals than the days we have in a year. There are more than 100 different ethic groups in Nepal and each of them have their own culture and languages, hence Nepal is a multi-religious and multi-cultural country.


Jai Purnima is one of the festivals of Nepal. It is Hindu festival celebrated in Nepal by all Hindu family. Generally, it falls in the month of August during full moon or as per Nepali calendar in the month of Shrawan or Bhadra month. Each region has their own way of celebrating the same. For example, people of Terai region celebrates as Raksha Bandhan same as in India. Newar Community celebrates as Kwati Purnima. However, the Brahmins and Chettri celebrate Janai Purnima.


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trip Nepal festival with Anglo indiago travels

Day 1 Arrive Kathmandu
Day 2 Festival in Kathmandu
Day 3 Festival in Kathmandu
Day 4 Kathmandu – Bhaktapur – Nagarkot
Day 5 Departure

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