A country where harmonious blending of Hinduism & Buddhism takes place & everything from stupas to stone sculptures dal bhat tarkaris, lemon pies to lassi's beer & melodious music are served in the same platter.
|Nepal is one of the best countries for sightseeing, with its long history, fascinating art and distinctive and varied architecture. The vast diversity of people, their culture, language and traditions will intrigue anyone. The two predominant religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, are ever present with the variety of gods and goddess, numerous temples, stupas and monasteries, and depict the deep faith of the people. The panoramic mountain scenery and a diversity of beautiful landscape will enchant you and make your visit one of the most romantic and memorable ones you have ever experienced.|
Nepal is the land of Festivals with some part of the kingdom celebrating festivals celebrating some festivals during everyday of the year. Festivals may be linked with the remembrance of the departed soul, to herald the different seasons, to mark the beginning or end of the cultural cycle, to mark the beginning or end of the agricultural cycle, to mark the national events, or just family celebrations. On a festive day Nepalese take their ritual bath, worship different gods and goddesses, visit temple, observe fasting & undertake feasting. The most important aspect of the Nepali culture is the religious harmony and understanding prevailing among the Hindus & Buddhist. Nepal is one of the most peaceful multi-religious countries in the world. Here one can find more than 70 ethnic groups with their religious cultures, languages and lifestyles and yet there has been no ethnic violence or war caused for religious reasons. Nepal offers an incomparable scope to connoisseurs of art and culture to see and study the different aspects of fine arts in its Paintings, sculpture, woodcarving and architecture. The three main historic cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur with numerous historical monuments, old places and palace squares, shrines and temples, ageless traditions and legends make it a veritable living museum. The Kathmandu valley boats seven World Cultural Heritage sites all within a radius of 20 km.
extraordinary richness of culture developed during centuries of
isolation has endowed the ancient cities of Kathmandu Valley with a
legacy of palaces, temples and shrines of magnificent form and
unequalled craftsmanship, while bustling bazaars offer a treasure trove
of exciting bargains. The multi-lingual guide service provided gives
visitors the choice of preferred verbal communication. This makes it all
the more convenient for many who are at ease with just a single
language. Religion has always played an integral role in the lives of
the Nepali and as a testimonial, myriads of sacred sites encompass the
terrain of the valley. Worship rituals are further enhanced by the
innumerable festivals that fill the streets with passion.
Kathmandu Valley itself is a major repository of monuments , Lalitpur, Bhaktapur and Kantipur, which al flaunt the dwellings of their former rulers; the palace, the courtyard, the temples, and monuments. Nowhere else in the world can one find a blend of monuments and shrines dedicated to both the Hindu and the Buddhist gods within the same area.
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