Events of Kathmandu

Nepali New Year (Naya Varsha 01-01-2068, 14 April 2011)

Mata Tirtha Aunshi (20 -01-2068 according to Nepali calendar)

Baisakh Poornima or Lord Buddha's Birth Anniversary (03-02-2068 B.S. according to Nepali calendar, 17 May 2011) Red Machchhendranath Rath Jatra (May-June)

Nag Pachmi(04 August 2011)

Janai Purnima (13 August 2011)

Aijatra or Cow festival (14 August 2011)

Krishana Astami: ( 04 Bhadra 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 21 August 2011)

Kushe Aushi: (12 Bhadra 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 29 August 2011)

Haritalika Teej:  (14 Bhadra 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 31 August 2011)

Indra jatra:  (24 Badra 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 10 September 2011)

Dashain (Ashoja 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. September-October)

Tihar (starts from 09 Kartik 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 26 October 2011 and is observed for 5 days)

Losar (The month of January - February)

Bala Chaturdashi: (08 Mungsir 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 24 November 2011)

Vibhaha Panchami:  (13 Mungsir 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 29 November 2011)

Prithvi Jayanti:  (27 Poush 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. January 11, 2011).

Basanta Panchami: (14 Magha 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 28 January 2012):

Maha Shivaratri:  (08 Phalgun 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 20 February 2012)

National Democracy Day:  (7 Phalgun 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e.  19 February 2012)

Palgu Purnima ( 25 Palgutivals 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 8 March 2012)

Ghodejatra:  (09 Chaitra 2068 according to Nepali calendar, i.e. 22 March 2012)

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