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Oklahoma launches yoga as “brain-breaks” for students, while it is…

OKLAHOMA: Yoga has reportedly been introduced in some Oklahoma public schools as periodic “brain-breaks” for students. On the other hand,

Lumbini local entrepreneurs express objection over temple stay plan

BHAIRAHAWA: Tourism entrepreneurs have expressed their dissatisfaction over the government decision to include the Bouddha Bihar (Temple Stay) in its

Hindus dismayed at anti-Hindu graffiti at CVS pharmacy in Queens

NEW YORK: Hindus nationwide are reportedly perturbed after reports of anti-Hindu graffiti scrawled on CVS pharmacy in Jackson Heights neighborhood

Nepal celebrates Shri Krishna Janmastami

KATHMANDU: Shri Krishna Janmastami, the birthday of Lord Krishna, is being celebrated by the Hindus throughout the country today with

Preparations for Gaura festival begin in Far West Nepal

Bimal Bahadur Bista, DOTI: People in the Far West State have geared up for the celebration of Gaura Festival. Gaura

Gosainkunda Development Project in offing

RASUWA: With an aim to develop the holy site of Gosainkunda into an attractive religious tourist site, the Gosainkunda United

In New Zealand; Hindus more trustworthy than Atheists, Protestants, Muslims,…

WELLINGTON: Hindus are more trustworthy than Atheists/agnostics, Protestants, Muslims, Catholics and Evangelicals; according to survey “Who do we trust in

Janai Purnima festival being observed across the country today

KATHMANDU: The twin festivals of 'Janai Purnima' and 'Rakshya Bandhan' are being observed across the country today. The festivals are

Suggestions to develop Pashupati Area into int’l tourist destination

KATHMANDU: Members of the National Assembly (NA) have stressed the need of developing the Pashupati area, the UNESCO world heritage

Number of visitors to Lumbini, birth place of Lord Buddha…

BHAIRAHAWA: With the launch of the government’s “Visit Lumbini-2076” campaign, number of tourists visiting Lumbini has increased. During seven months,

Preparations for Gosainkunda fair over

RASUWA: Preparations for Gosainkunda fair have been over, said the organiser. Various subcommittees have been formed to manage the fair

Nepal’s Capital city celebrates religious festival Gathamangal today

KATHMANDU: The Newar community, especially in Kathmandu Valley, is celebrating Gathamangal or Ghantakarna festival today. The festival falls on Saun

Devotees throng Shiva shrines on special Monday

KATHMANDU: Devotees have thronged the shrines dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva across the country, including the Pashupatinath, Gokarneshwar and

Home Minister Thapa sees off Haj pilgrims

KATHMANDU: Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa has bid farewell to the people heading for the Haj pilgrimage to

Protect Bouddha monastery: President Bhandari

KATHMANDU: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has urged all concerned to protect the Bouddha monasteries and maintain cleanliness and greenery in

Unidentified group smashed by Buddha statues in Nepal

BUTWAL: An unidentified group has broken and damaged the Buddha statues installed at various spots along the highway here last

Nepal-India Gaura festival celebrated in Kanchanpur

KANCHANPUR: Nepal-India Gaura festival has been celebrated with much fanfare in the district headquarters of Kanchanpur, Manendranagar, today. Dedicated to

1,200 Nepal’s Muslims setting out for Hajj pilgrimage

KATHMANDU: The Nepal Hajj Committee is preparing to increase facilities for Hajj pilgrims this time in a qualitative approach. The

Nepal Ex vice president Jha reiterates for Hindu State

KATHMANDU: Former Vice President Paramananda Jha has said the Hindu state could not be established due to financial gluttony during

Buddhist religious tourism promoted in three emerging countries

KATHMANDU:Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has put in place promotional campaign in different countries to establish Nepal as entry point of