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Nipali Happy rakhi sms

Rakhi Parvako avsarma cheli r dajubhai bichko sambandh atut r gadha rahirhos meri pyari didi yaspali ko rakhiko shubhkamna. Share with us more Nipali Happy rakhi sms messages in comments section below

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Ram Navami sms

Ram jinka naam hai, Ayodhya jinka dhaam hai, Aise raghunandan ko, hamara pranam hai Aapko aur apke parivaar ko Ram Navami ki haardik shubhkaamnaye.

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Chaite Dashain sms

Three people are asking ur mobile no. with me. I didn't give ur no but I gave home address to them. They are coming at ur home in this Dashain. They are Sukha, Shanti and Samriddhi. Please welcome them. SUBHA DASHAIN. enjoy !!

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Ghode Jatra in Kathmandu sms

Ghode Jatra festival has a myth related to it. It is said that the Kathmandu people once killed a demon called Tundi who lived in the areas around Tundikhel. They buried him in the place called Tundikhel Showgrounds. It is believed that the demon may come alive if he is not trampled by the horses' feet once in every year. So on these grounds the Nepalese army performs various stunts on the horseback to crush the evil spirit. It is also believed that if the horses run fast on the grounds, the spirit of the demon is destroyed more easily.

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Fagu Purnima sms

Fagu Purnima is one of the most colorful and playful festivals of Nepal. The chit pole, decorated with colorful flags and erected on the first day of Fagu at Kathmandu's Durbar Square, is a formal announcement to all; hide your good clothes, for througout the week you may be splashed with coloured powder and water balloons. The last day is the wildest, youths covered with red vermillion powder roam the streets as inviting targets.

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Gyalpo Losar sms

In Nepal, Losar is celebrated by many Himalayan ethnic Groups such as Sherpa, YOLMO, Lopa, Dolpo, Shingsa, Walung, Nyeshang, Bhutia, Tamang, Gurung, Lama, Thakali and the list goes on… The only confusing part is that it is celebrated at two different times about a month apart… Sonam Losar is celebrated in January and Gyalpo Losar follows about a month later in February

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Maha Shivaratri sms

Shiv ki shakti, shiv ki bhakti, khushi ki bahar mile, Mahadev ki kripa se aap Sb DOSTO ko zindgi ke har kadampar safalta mile.- HAPPY MAHASHIV RATRI Shiv ki shakti, shiv ki bhakti, khushi ki bahar mile, Mahadev ki kripa se aap Sb DOSTO ko zindgi ke har kadampar safalta mile.- HAPPY MAHASHIV RATRI

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Rastraya Prajatantra Dibas sms

In Nepal the Democracy Movement is held in 2006. It is the political agitation against the rule of King Gynaendra of Nepal. The movement is also referred to as Jana Andolan-II means that people’s movement, continuation of the 1990 Jana Andolan. The Seven Party Alliance (SPA) was established and dissolved parliament by the opposition leaders of Nepal. In December SPA signed on 12 point understanding with the Maoists.

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Sahid Dibas sms

Aaj main aap se apne dil ki bat kahna chahti hun han wohi 3 words jo aap sunna chahen han wo hi 3 alfaz jo aap k dil ko chulen . . . . ***HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY***

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Maghe Sankranti sms

In North India, Himachal Pradesh Lohri Punjab Lohri Uttar Pradesh Sankranti In East India, Bihar Sankranti Assam Bhogali Bihu West Bengal Makara Sankranti Orissa Makara Sankranti In Western India Gujarat And Rajasthan Uttarayan (Kite Flying Festival) Maharashtra Sankranti In South India,In Andhra Pradesh Makara Sankranti In Tamilnadu Pongal In Karnataka Sankranthi Makara Vilakku Festival In Sabarimala Temple Other Parts Of India As Makara Sankranti In Nepal, Tharu People Maghi Other People Maghe Sankranti Or Maghe Sakrati…

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Sweta Machhendranath Snan sms

Sweta (white) Machhendranath enjoys a week-long festival in which he is bathed, oiled, perfumed, and painted. The Goddess Kumari visits him at his elaborate temple near Asan Tol. If he is pleased by the music, offerings, and attentions of his devotees, the people of the Valley can look forward to satisfactory rainfall in the planting season.

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