Swayambhu Stupa is the only stupa in the whole Buddhist world with its unique characteristics. Five Dhyani Buddhas or Pancha Buddha are the central features of Vajrayana Buddhism including Nepal and Tibet and the art and architecture of this region.
Tengboche Monastery (Dawa Choling Gompa) is one of the biggest monasteries in Khumbu Region. It is located in Tengboche village in Khumjung in Khumbu region of eastern part of Nepal and also within Sagarmatha National Park premises.
Gai Jatra is a cultural day for those people whose family member died within year. It is also memorial rituals to family members. Partap Malla is started this cultural during 17th century because of his son died early age.
Nag Panchami is celebrate on fifth day of bright half of Lunar month of Shrawan, based on Hindu Calander. During this day, devotees visit temples to workship Nag or Snake.
Himalayan Buddhism is a term used to collectively refer to the Buddhist schools of Tibet, Bhutan, and Nepal, and those practiced in the Indian Himalayan regions of Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Darjeeling, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.
Lumbini is one of the historical place where Gautam Buddha was born, pioneer of Buddhist religion. Every year, more than 1 millions foreign as well as local tourists visit lumbini.
Kathmandu Valley is an ancient civilization in South Asia. It is a high density of World Heritage sites alone 7 of it and powerhouse of Nepal’s economic and tourism.
Beyul is a sacred large hidden valley in remote himalayas and also places of peace, refuge revered by Tibetan Buddhists. Visit the Nepal’s beyul areas.
Sailung dada is located in the junction hills in Dolakha, most cultural heritages of the himalayan region for the pilgrims of Bon, Buddhist and the Hindus.