On the auspicious day of Falgun Purnima the festival of color and joy, Holi is celebrated in Nepal and India. Holi is a spring festival celebrated according to lunar calendar in the month of Fagu i.e late February or early March. Holi is gradually becoming popular among the non-Hindus in many parts of South Asia, as well as of other communities outside Asia.
Holi is is known as festival of color, joy and love which is celebrated in South Asia during spring season. The festival Holi is primarily celebrated in India and Nepal but it is now spreading in parts of Europe and North Americas as a spring celebration of love, frolic and colours.
Bisket Jatra-Unique Newari Festival Only Celebrated In Bhaktapur is one of the most important festival that is celebrated in Bhaktapur every once a year in the month of April on the 1st day of Nepali month Baisakh. The day is also celebrated as the New Year festival of Nepal.
This festival usually falls on the 14th day of the dark half of ‘Margasirsa’ (February-March). In some legends is had told that this day is the favorite day of god Shiva and god Shiva give answer to the goddess Parvati.
Indra Jatra: the festival which is known for the God Indra, the god of rain is being celebrated in Kathmandu on Saturday. The festival is known as the festival of rain and fertility.