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Published on: 31 January 2014 under Festival

Sonam Lhosar:The Festival of Tamang

Different types of cultural festivals are celebrated in Nepal. Lhosar is one of them, and it is the New Year of the Sherpa, Tamang, Gurung, Dura, Lepcha, and Bhote communities.

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Published on: 15 January 2014 under Festival

Nepali festival-Maghe Sankranti

Manghe Sankranti marks the begining of the warm days as well as the better days of the health and fortune.

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Published on: 30 December 2013 under Festival

Tamu Lhosar-The Greatest Festival of Gurung

Tamu Lhosar, that is, “Gurungs’ New Year,” is one of the greatest festivals of Gurung community  celebrated in Nepal. This New Year falls in the Nepali month of Poush, that is, December /January. On this New Year, the government of Nepal declares public holiday for celebration of Tamu Lhosar. Tamu Lhosar marks the beginning of

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Published on: 01 November 2013 under Festival

The Festival of Lights, Diwali

Diwali, the festival of lights, also called Deepawali or Tihar is the second greatest festival of the Hindu Nepalese after "Dashain."

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Published on: 18 September 2013 under Festival

Festival of Nepal- Indra Jatra

Indra Jatra is a festival, which is concerned with God Indra, as well as it is concerned with other Hindu gods and goddesses. Indra is the God of Rain as well as the King of Heaven, according to Hindu mythology.

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Published on: 09 September 2013 under Festival

The Great Hindu Festival “Teej”

Nepal is a country rich in various cultures and festivals. Among those festivals, Teej is the one, which falls in Bhadra, a Nepali month. The Nepalese Government declares public holiday on Teej. This festival is celebrated by all the Hindu women of Nepal. It is related with the wellness and long life of their husbands,

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Published on: 22 August 2013 under Festival

Gai Jatra-A Nepali Festival

Gai Jatra, the festival of cows, is celebrated in the Nepali month of Bhadra (August-September). Last year it fell on August 22, and this year it’s on August 11 (added for this year). The festival is observed in the Kathmandu valley, especially by the Newar community. At this festival, people commemorate the souls of the

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Published on: 15 August 2013 under Everest Base Camp Trek

A Complete Guide to Weather and Temperature in Everest Region

Weather and temperature in the Everest region can be incredibly unpredictable. In this blog, we have compiled all the information you need to know about the weather in the Everest region.

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Published on: 26 July 2013 under Life Style

Famous Nepali Food

Nepali cuisine combines an array of rare and exquisite ingredients, resulting in a medley of flavors that reflects Nepal’s rich cultural heritage.

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Published on: 22 July 2013 under Festival

Guru Purnima- Respecting All Your Teachers

Guru Purnima falls in the month of “Shrawan,” the holiest month of the year in the Bikram Sambat (Nepali Year) calendar that is in mid July. Guru means “teacher” and “Purnima” means “full moon.” Therefore, this day can also be called as Teachers’ Day.

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Published on: 16 July 2013 under Festival

Shrawan-The Holiest Month in Nepali Calendar

Discover the sacred significance of Shrawan, the holiest month in the Nepali calendar, dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva and filled with vibrant traditions and fervent devotion.

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Published on: 29 May 2013 under Nepal General

Marking the 60th anniversary of Mount Everest Climbing

Today 29th May 2013 marks the 60th anniversary since Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa became the first climbers to summit 29,028ft (8848m) Mount Everest. On May 29, 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa successfully ascent to the highest peak of the world, Mount Everest for the first time in the human

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Published on: 24 May 2013 under Community Support

Corporate Social Responsibility towards Community-Ace the Himalaya

Ace the Himalaya believes and follows Corporate social responsibility as the part of its business ethics. We believe that Corporation should always be viable for the impact of their activities on the consumers, employees, communities, and all other spheres of the environment in which they operate. . herefore keeping social responsibility as an important factor

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Published on: 17 May 2013 under Festival

Ghode Jatra-“The Horse Parade” festival of Nepal

Ghode Jatra is a unique festival of horse racing celebrated in Nepal.”Ghode” means horse and “Jatra” means parade. The festival falls on the month of Chaitra i.e. between March and April. Though this is the only such Nepali festival which doesn’t have many religious ceremonies, it does have some significant importance in Newari society. They

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Published on: 15 April 2013 under Life time Experience

Ace the Himalaya Traveled with World’s Shortest Man and Woman

Ace the Himalaya became a witness of a historical event. It was the first trip in Nepal, together made by world’s shortest man and woman. Chandra Bahadur Dangi, 72, from Dang, Nepal, standing 1 foot 9.5 inches met Jyoti Amge, 18, of Nagpur, India (2 feet tall) for the second time in the world and

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Published on: 15 April 2013 under Life Style

Our Clients Got Married at the Mountainous Everest Region

Who among Anthony Abraham and Ruth Powell would have thought some months back that they would do what they are destined to, in their dreamland? Guys! These love birds transformed to a couple on April 29, 2012, at the Tengboche Monastery located in the mountainous neighborhood of the Everest. Anthony, 51 and Ruth, 46 (both

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Published on: 15 April 2013 under Festival

Nag Panchami- Hindu Festival Celebration in Honor of Snake

‘Nag Panchami’ is a Hindu festival during which religious Hindu people worship live snakes or images of snakes. It is celebrated mainly in India and Nepal on the day of ‘Shrawan Shukla Panchami’ according to the lunar calendar.

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Published on: 15 April 2013 under Festival

Dashain and Tihar (Greatest Festivals of Nepalese)

Nepal is a country rich in culture and traditions. The varieties of festivals and occasions we celebrate carry their own significance. The main festivals of Nepalese are the Dashain and the Tihar which they choose to celebrate with their close friends, relatives and family.

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Published on: 15 April 2013 under Festival

Holi – The festival of Color

Experience the vibrant spirit of Holi, Nepal's "Festival of Colors," where joy knows no bounds, and hearts unite in a kaleidoscope of hues.

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Published on: 08 April 2013 under Adventure and Fun

Get Thrilled with Mountain Biking at Annapurna Mountain Circuit

If you’re a lover of mountain biking, your experiences around Annapurna circuit will be much challenging, adventurous and memorable.

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Published on: 08 April 2013 under Adventure and Fun

Cycling Adventure in Bhutan, the land of the thunder dragon

Cycling Adventure in Bhutan! Yes. You read it right! This small nation in south Asia that boasts for its nickname ‘the last Shangri-la’ is as adventurous for cycling experiences as it is for viewing its impeccable mountainous beauty. Himalayas, rich culture, natural beauty, unique life styles of people: These are the ways this Himalayan kingdom

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Published on: 08 April 2013 under Charitable Cause

VOLUNTOURISM: Volunteering While Traveling

Thinking about Voluntourism?Have you ever thought of helping others while traveling? Have you imagined yourself doing charity during your trip?

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Published on: 08 April 2013 under Community Support

Sambhav Nepal: CSR initiative of Ace the Himalaya

Sambhav Nepal was established in 2006 by Prem K. Khatry, also the founder/managing director of Ace the Himalaya. Here are major programs of Sambhav Nepal

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Published on: 08 April 2013 under Festival

Maha Shivaratri- Festival of Nepal

Maha Shivaratri is one of the most important and popular festival celebrated in Nepal. Maha Shivaratri means “the night of Shiva”.

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Published on: 27 August 2012 under Festival

Sonam Lhosar

Soman Lhosar is observed by visiting monasteries and stupas where a special ritual with mask dance is performed to expel negative forces.

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Published on: 27 August 2012 under Festival

Maghe Sankranti- A Celebration Of The Winter Solstice

Maghe Sankranti is considered the coldest day of the year, it marks the coming of warmer weather and better days of health and fortune.

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Published on: 27 August 2012 under Festival

Tamu Losar- Festival of Nepal

Tamu Losar also known as “Gurung New Year” is the greatest festival of gurung or tamu community in Nepal. It marks the beginning of the Tamu Sambat or New year in Gurung Calendar Year.

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Published on: 15 April 2012 under Nepal General

Nepal is the Most Naturally Diverse Country- Ace the Himalaya

Hello readers from all around the world! Do you know Nepal is the most naturally diverse country all around the world? Welcome to the exclusive blog site of Ace the Himalaya newly updated website. We have proudly served more than 2,000 trekking groups in past six years of our existence. ‘Himalaya’ is attached to our

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