Bhutan a tiny and remote Buddhist country sandwiched between the mighty China and India is known for its monasteries, fortress and impressive topography from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valley. Bhutan the Land of dragon is still regarded as the last Shangri-La because of its prehistoric and artistically rich Buddhist monasteries and remote mountain terrains. […]Read more "9 Interesting Facts About Bhutan."
An authentic Nepalese cuisine mashed with tangy flavors and undeniable historical importance, MOMO has established itself as one of the most loved foods of the locales as well as foreign tourists. What is Momo? Momo (Nepali: मम) is a local form of dumpling which originated in Tibet but was improvised in Nepalese household. One of the […]Read more "How to make a Nepalese Style Momo (Tips for Foreigners)"
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Maghe Sankranti (Nepali: माघे सङ्क्रान्ति) is a Nepalese festival, celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists alike, observed in the very first month, January, Or Magh (10th month of Nepalese calender). The celebration is supposed to bring an end to the ill-fated period in the religious circle occurring in the month of…
∞Overview∞ Nepalese cuisine is an amalgamation of different lifestyles, cultures and geographies existing in the small land-locked nation of Nepal. Divided into 3 geographical regions; Terai (South), Hills and the Mountains (North), the inhabitants of these regions are made up of variety in nature, lifestyle, taste and appetite. Traditionally linked to India and Tibet with […]Read more "Tryin Out some Nepalese Cuisine during a Visit to Nepal"