• Take part in the great celebration of Puri Jagannath Rath Jatra and erase all sins

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    Take part in the great celebration of Puri Jagannath Rath Jatra and erase all sins https://devaseva.com/campaigns/Puredevotion-PuriRathyatra-Sevas
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  • Breaking: DAO, Kathmandu has decided to implement certain rules within the Kathmandu valley by making certain changes loosening the previous rules to be implemented from Bhadra 17 to end of Bhadra:
    - Educational Institutions cannot operate physically. In case the institutions have to run physically, the local bodies have to coordinate with CCMC and then the educational institutions can run physically by following the government's smart lockdown rules.
    - People should not be involved in unnecessary crowded gatherings, processions, jatras, etc.
    - Festivals during this period can be celebrated by following the health protocols and with minimum participation.
    - All economic, social and business activities by general public, groups and institutions to be carried out following necessary health protocols.
    - Local shipment cannot be carried done from 9 to 11 AM in the morning and 4 PM to 7 PM in the evening.
    - Those who show symptoms and are in contact with the infected (Contract Tracing) should contact the concerned local level, district hospital for free antigen and PCR test provided by the Government of Nepal for testing and not to get involved in any kind of crowding of people and must follow the health protocols.
    Breaking: DAO, Kathmandu has decided to implement certain rules within the Kathmandu valley by making certain changes loosening the previous rules to be implemented from Bhadra 17 to end of Bhadra: - Educational Institutions cannot operate physically. In case the institutions have to run physically, the local bodies have to coordinate with CCMC and then the educational institutions can run physically by following the government's smart lockdown rules. - People should not be involved in unnecessary crowded gatherings, processions, jatras, etc. - Festivals during this period can be celebrated by following the health protocols and with minimum participation. - All economic, social and business activities by general public, groups and institutions to be carried out following necessary health protocols. - Local shipment cannot be carried done from 9 to 11 AM in the morning and 4 PM to 7 PM in the evening. - Those who show symptoms and are in contact with the infected (Contract Tracing) should contact the concerned local level, district hospital for free antigen and PCR test provided by the Government of Nepal for testing and not to get involved in any kind of crowding of people and must follow the health protocols.
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  • #Gai #Jatra is a festival of dancing, singing, mirth and laughter. The festival of cow is celebrated in the Kathmandu Valley to commemorate the death of loved ones. As part of the festival family members of the deceased of the past year send people mostly children. dressed as cows to parade on the streets.The festival usually falls in July or August.

    Gai Jatra is a time to remember lost ones and also to ease the pain. The word "Gai" mans cow in English. Cow is regarded as the goddess of wealth in the Hindu religion. Sharing of sorrow and taking the comfort in knowing that their lost ones are safe is the true reason of celebrating this festival.

    The day is also marked with a gay parade along with many people dressed is weird clothes. In Bhaktapur the festival lasts for eight days. The origin of this celebration goes back to the reign of the Malla rulers. It is said that the Malla Queen was in mourning for a long time after the untimely death of her son. The king in an attempt to console her asked every family that lost a loved one to come out in a procession to show the queen that she was not alone with her suffering. That is why there is much joy and joking during the procession that goes through the streets.
    #Gai #Jatra is a festival of dancing, singing, mirth and laughter. The festival of cow is celebrated in the Kathmandu Valley to commemorate the death of loved ones. As part of the festival family members of the deceased of the past year send people mostly children. dressed as cows to parade on the streets.The festival usually falls in July or August. Gai Jatra is a time to remember lost ones and also to ease the pain. The word "Gai" mans cow in English. Cow is regarded as the goddess of wealth in the Hindu religion. Sharing of sorrow and taking the comfort in knowing that their lost ones are safe is the true reason of celebrating this festival. The day is also marked with a gay parade along with many people dressed is weird clothes. In Bhaktapur the festival lasts for eight days. The origin of this celebration goes back to the reign of the Malla rulers. It is said that the Malla Queen was in mourning for a long time after the untimely death of her son. The king in an attempt to console her asked every family that lost a loved one to come out in a procession to show the queen that she was not alone with her suffering. That is why there is much joy and joking during the procession that goes through the streets.
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  • #Happy gaijatra to all.
    #Happy gaijatra to all.
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  • Happy Gaijatra
    Happy Gaijatra
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  • Wishing all you Happy Gai jatra
    Wishing all you Happy Gai jatra
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  • IT IS NOT JUST A JATRA IT IS THE FEELING
    IT IS NOT JUST A JATRA IT IS THE FEELING
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  • Gai Jatra is a festival celebrated in Nepal, mainly in Kathmandu Valley by the Newar community. The festival commemorates the death of people during the year and is generally celebrated in the month of August to September.
    Gai Jatra is a festival celebrated in Nepal, mainly in Kathmandu Valley by the Newar community. The festival commemorates the death of people during the year and is generally celebrated in the month of August to September.
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  • The capture of Kathmandu (September 25, 1768) was very dramatic. As the people of Kathmandu were celebrating the festival of Indrajatra, Prithvi Narayan Shah and his men marched into the city.
    The capture of Kathmandu (September 25, 1768) was very dramatic. As the people of Kathmandu were celebrating the festival of Indrajatra, Prithvi Narayan Shah and his men marched into the city.
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