Due to Corona this year, Kumari was not brought to Dasai Ghar.

28 September, Kathmandu. The historic Taleju Bhavani temple in Bhaktapur, which is open to the public only once a year on the day of Mahanavami, has been opened to the public this year. Narender Prasad Joshi, the protagonist of Taleju, said that the temple was opened to the public this year, although last year it… Continue reading Due to Corona this year, Kumari was not brought to Dasai Ghar.

Worship with Yagya in Hanuman Dhoka area

28 September, Kathmandu. Mahanavami festival is being celebrated by worshiping Goddess Siddhidatri on the last day of Navratri. It is customary to worship the goddess with sacrifices at the Dashain Ghar, Kot and Shakti Peeth. Goats and calves are also worshiped at the Hanumandhoka complex in Basantpur, Kathmandu. In some Shakti Peethas, it is customary… Continue reading Worship with Yagya in Hanuman Dhoka area

Traditional Khasmeya Yatra is being celebrated in Bhaktapur

28 September, Bhaktapur. The traditional historical and cultural Khasme Vegu (Rango Rundoune) Jatra of Bhaktapur is being celebrated today. Khasme Vegu Jatra is a tradition that is celebrated every year in Bardshah on the evening of Mahanavami. On the initiative of the local body, it has been decided to travel by a limited number of… Continue reading Traditional Khasmeya Yatra is being celebrated in Bhaktapur

Today is the last day of Navratri, Mahanavami festival

28 September, Kathmandu. Mahanavami festival, celebrated on the day of Ashwin Shukla Navami, is being celebrated today with special worship of Nav Durga Bhagwati. After performing Durga Puja on the day of Mahanavami, the deposits kept on the day of Ghatasthapana are offered to various Shaktipeeths. Today Siddhidatri, the ninth goddess of Nav Durga is… Continue reading Today is the last day of Navratri, Mahanavami festival

Filling the goddess in Maithil custom

October 9, Mahtari. On the day of the Mahasaptami of the Bardashah competition, devotees are filling the ‘Khoinich’ (Polta) with the eyes of the goddess. En Khanhichha has a Maithili custom that begins with sundown on the day of flowering and continues until Mahanavami. In this methodology money, cosmetics, incense, flowers and new garments are… Continue reading Filling the goddess in Maithil custom