November 23, 2016


“Even natural disasters can’t keep Nepal down for long. The 2015 earthquake caused devastation”- Lonely Planet.

Claiming thousands of lives; huge number of heritage were destroyed and even collapsed during earthquake 2015. The restoration and renovation of heritage is must, disasters comes and goes. Now, it’s a time to bounce back. The good example of this is the standing of Boudhanath Stupa.
Boudhanath Stupa is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kathmandu valley lies in the northeast direction. It is one of the largest stupa of the world and a holiest site for the Buddhist. Huge number of devotees circumambulate the stupa during the morning and evening time.

The earthquake of April 2015 has badly damaged the Boudhanath Stupa. Within a year after devastation, under supervision of Department of Archaeology, the Boudhanath Area Development Committee started to renovate the Stupa. With the good support of public, monks and volunteers, it has been completed now.

Decoration of Sutpa with five color effect (red, blue, green, yellow and white) symbolizing five element god- “Panchadhyani Buddha”.
The enthusiastic celebration of rebuilding Boudha Stupa going to held on 22nd November with an inauguration ceremony. The different sect of Buddhism are offering a purification worship at the World Heritage- Boudha Sutpa.

November 15, 2016

Next Tourist Destination in the country Nepal- Rara Lake Trek

 No matter, it is rightly says Nepal as the mystical land frame by the great Himalayas. Here is still many unseen landscapes and a hidden pockets of wilderness which bless the country with immense natural beauty.  
Rara National Park, lies at the heart of Mugu district, is one of the hidden treasure of Western Nepal. Taking a scenic flight from Nepalgunj to Talcha Airport, the trail begins toward the largest lake of the country, the Rara Lake. The Rara Lake trek surrounded with beautiful forests of pine, spruce, juniper and host verity of unique flora and fauna. The National Park is a home of musk deer, leopards, ghorals, tahr, Himalayan black beer, the rare red panda and nearly 214 species of birds. It is an ideal trek to the Trans- Himalayan valley with high ridges covered with forest and alpine pasture. 
This place is completely untouched by the human influences and one of deprived place in terms of modern facilities. The prime highlight of this trek is itself the Rara Lake, huge species of flora and fauna and the glimpse of the “Khas culture” of Sinja valley. Sinja lies on the way to the lake is culturally important landmark that hold the history of 13/14 century. It is a perfect place to observe the rustic lifestyle and culture of “Great Karnali”. This area is an important place from where the Nepalese Language “The Khasa Bhasa” was originated. The main occupation of the people living around the area is agriculture. People also rear goats and extract medicinal herbs and sell them for their living. “Thakuri” is the dominant society. 
 Also, Thakuri Baba’s Temple is situated here in the southeast corner of the lake. Local people believe that the god Thakuri shot an arrow to open the passage of the lake reducing the damage caused by flooding. The best time to visit is September/October and April/May. At this time, the incredible beauty of nature can be capture over the clear sky in a mild weather with a soft touch of wind.
In brief, Rara Lake is the tranquil destination to the adventure lover through the off beaten trail of Western Nepal.

“Best Value Destination of the world”

Nepal is only destination in South Asia that has been featured in Lonely Planet’s Top Ten Destinations Guidebook.
Lonely Planet says, "Even natural disasters can’t keep Nepal down for long. The 2015 earthquakes caused devastation, but what is most striking from a traveler’s perspective is not how much was lost but how much remains.”
 “Nepal has all the skills required to repair monuments and infrastructure, but what it does need is income. By visiting Nepal now and supporting local culture and people, you could help a nation rebuild and bounce back even stronger."
2015 devastating earthquake has smashed some of the heritages and trekking route too. Now, reconstruction and renovation of most of the heritages has been completed and local are enthusiastically welcoming the guest. As, Nepal believes in “Guest as God”- “Atithi Devo Vawa”.

Meantime, here are so many trails open for adventurous lovers and your support for rebuild Nepal is really precious. Make your trip worthwhile visiting the heavenly Nepal.