Posts Tagged: Bhaktapur

NDRCS Project Update

As usual these days, it has been a while since my last post and even longer since I updated on my work here in Nepal and what it is that’s keeping me too busy to write more blog posts… As

NDRCS Project Update

As usual these days, it has been a while since my last post and even longer since I updated on my work here in Nepal and what it is that’s keeping me too busy to write more blog posts… As

Back to Kathmandu for round 2

On August 18th, after a wonderful few weeks back in the UK relaxing with family and friends, I landed back in Kathmandu to commence my second year as a VSO volunteer. As I met to formally finish my placement with

Back to Kathmandu for round 2

On August 18th, after a wonderful few weeks back in the UK relaxing with family and friends, I landed back in Kathmandu to commence my second year as a VSO volunteer. As I met to formally finish my placement with

Festival #6 Tihar

With the big Dashain festival completed (counting as my festival #5) and my first full week in my new job behind me, it was surely time for another festival… Luckily, following close behind around October 23rd was the beautiful ‘festival of lights’

Festival #6 Tihar

With the big Dashain festival completed (counting as my festival #5) and my first full week in my new job behind me, it was surely time for another festival… Luckily, following close behind around October 23rd was the beautiful ‘festival of lights’

Festival #2 Gaijatra

August 11th; The day after Janai Purnima is celebrated as Gaijatra (festival of cows). The modern version of the festival was initiated by King Pratap Malla (medieval Nepal) to entertain his queen over whom a pall of gloom had been

Festival #2 Gaijatra

August 11th; The day after Janai Purnima is celebrated as Gaijatra (festival of cows). The modern version of the festival was initiated by King Pratap Malla (medieval Nepal) to entertain his queen over whom a pall of gloom had been