Bon: A Unique Religion and Culture in the Himalayas

Narshi Gonpa Ngawa

Bon is believed to be an indigenous religion of Tibet which followed its people when they migrated in the Himalayas of Nepal. It’s the religion of the Himalayas around 11th century before the advent of Buddhism in the region. Bon is the religion and Bonpo is referred to the people (followers of Bon religion) or Read more

Buddha Jayanti: Remembering The Light of Asia

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Buddha Jayanti is celebrated on the day of full moon in the month of Baishakh (April-May) according to lunar calendar. This particular day has a great significance as it is not only the day Buddha was born but it also happens to be the day he was able to attain enlightenment and nirvana. Buddha Jayanti Read more

Volunteering in Nepal

“Volunteerism is the voice of the people put into action. These actions shape and mold the present into a future of which we can all be proud.”-  Helen Dyer Volunteering is all about giving commitment of time, skills, experience, knowledge and energy for the benefit of people and society. A volunteer does not work for Read more

Backpack to Kathmandu

The valley which was once, as is famously believed (with substantial evidence), a huge lake. Drained by Manjushree, the valley still worships the serpents that resided the city. Thus, in an ambience of myths and magic, formed Kathmandu. The city was once a powerful kingdom with the rulers squabbling (which we are now thankful for) Read more

Nepal Is

 A paradox of cold mountains and warm hearts:  Climbers from all over the world will find a world of their own in Nepal. You will begin and end your journey right here- from the beginner’s heights to the last destination, the highest peak on Earth, Mt. Everest. The Nepalese folks are famed to be humble, Read more