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Stress on advancement of Sanskrit Education in Nepal

KATHMANDU: The Sanskrit Universities of Nepal and India are to work jointly for the advancement of the eastern philosophy and

Ruins from Lichhavi period discovered in Panchkhal

Raj Kumar Parajuli, KAVREPALANCHOK: Ruins of a structure and artefacts from the Lichhavi period have been found at Shreerampati in

President Bhandari observers Bhoto jatra

KATHMANDU: President Bidya Devi Bhandari on Sunday graced the Bhoto or jewel studded vest, displayed at Jawalakhel as part of

Newar people observing Sithi Nakha festival today

KATHMANDU: The Newar community is observing the Sithi Nakha festival today as per time-honoured tradition. This festival falls on the

Is Christianity Losing to Islam?

Populists in Europe and North America like to claim that Christianity in the modern world is on the retreat against

Nepal’s Muslim Association demands Eid holiday

GORKHA: Nepal Muslim Association has demanded a public holiday on the occasion of Eid, the major festival of the Muslim

Buddha’s Teaching Way To World Peace

The present world is filled with different kinds of sufferings, including terrors attacks resulting in mass annihilation caused by possible

Nepal’s spiritual pilgrimage sites Tilganga-Tamraganga road shut down

KATHMANDU: Nepal's spiritual pilgrimage sites Tilganga-Tamraganga road has been shut down in order to avoid any damage to the significance

Janakpur is source of inspiration for world: President Bhandari

DHANUSHA: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has expressed her confidence that the Janaki festival, the special celebrations of the Mithila region,

Sri Lanka Catholics hold first Sunday mass after Easter attacks

COLOMBO, (AFP): Thousands of Catholics attended mass in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo Sunday amid tight security to prevent a repeat

Muslim Festival Ramadan Begins Today

KATHMANDU: People who believe Islam around the world are marking the beginning of Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The festival is

Renovation of Lichchavi period Gokarneswar Mahadev temple begins

KATHMANDU: Renovation of the Gokarneswar Mahadev temple including to replace its roof has begun. The three-storey Pagoda style temple was

Mother’s Day Celebrations in Nepal: Big fair to be organised…

KATHMANDU: Nepalese across the country are observing Matatirtha Aunsi in respect to their mother on today. An annual festival, Matatirtha Aunsi,

Preparation on to celebrate Buddha Jayanti in grand manner

KATHMANDU: Preparations are underway to celebrate the 2563rd Buddha Jayanti and Lumbini Day. Buddha Jayanti is celebrated to observe the

Indian American Sikh community celebrates Baisakhi festival in LA

LOS ANGELES: Southern California Based Indian American Sikh community organized Annual Kirtan Darbar and Nagar Kirtan Baisakhi festival with spirits

Serial Blasts In Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, Churches Hit,…

COLOMBO: Multiple explosions were reported in Sri Lanka's capital city Colombo on Sunday during Easter Sunday mass. People had gathered

Purnima Fair kicks off in Lord Buddha birth place Lumbini

RUPANDEHI: The Purnima Fair kicked off at the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini, today. Lumbini Sanskritik Municipality Mayor Manmohan Chaudhary

Extreme Easter: Flogging, crucifixions in Philippines

PAMPANGA, Philippines, (AFP): Hundreds of barefoot men beat themselves with flails and at least 10 were to be nailed onto

Lord Mahaveera’s 2618th birth anniversary observed

KATHMANDU: The 2618th birth anniversary of Mahaveer Swami, the pioneer of non-violence and the twenty-fourth 'tirthankara' of Jain religion was

Indian politicians banned for firebrand election comments

NEW DELHI, (AFP) - India's election watchdog on Monday banned two outspoken politicians from campaigning in the country's national vote