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Visual Introduction of Achham District, Nepal

Let's see our beautiful scenery and culture in this video. Bhuwaa naach and Putala are the main cultural assets of Achhami culture. Ramaroshan tourism area is the one of the most beautiful place of the Achham district. To know about Achham once watch this video and then decide to go there.We will try to help you to make success your plan to visit Achham, Farwestern Nepal. Let's enjoy with this video and don't forget to share your comment about Achham:

Navratri begins

The auspicious nine-day 'Nawaratri' or 'Navratri' festival dedicated to the nine manifestations of Goddess Durga has begun from today.
Since early morning, devotees flocked to temples to offer prayers to Shailputri (Daughter of the Mountain) and Navdurga. Goddess Shailputri is the first among the nine forms of Devi Durga. Goddess Durga is worshipped under nine different names for the nine days of Navaratri. According to holy book of Hindus, Every day she assumes a new character. The Goddess is worshipped as Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skanda Mata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Maha Gauri and Siddhidatri, altogether nine names in nine days. During these nine days, temples are packed with devotees from  early  morning and all day long. The festival is celebrated with immense zeal and enthusiasm all over the Nepal and India.

The word ‘Navratri’ or ‘Nawaratri’ literally means ‘nine nights’. The nine-day festival symbolizes the triumph of good over evil. This fe…

Farwest Nepal- History and Present

The Far-western Development Region is one of Nepal's 5 development Regions. It is located at western end of the country with headquarters at Dipayal (Doti district).Far-western Region covers 19,539 km2. It is smallest development region in Nepal. It has 9 districts and 2 zones.  The Far-western Region of Nepal is sometimes called the Doti region, which some believe originated from 'Dovati' meaning land between two rivers, others believe it originated from the HIndu god Dev and aatavi, meaning the place of re-creation. The area's history goes back to the 13th century when Niranjan Malldev founded the Doti kingdom following the fall of the katyuri kings. Dotiyali and kumauni is spoken in the far-western region. Deuda, Jhoda, Chhgeli, Chhaliya, Bhada etc are traditional dance of the region and ‎Gaura is the biggest festival of the region.  Doti was an ancient kingdom of far-western region of Nepal and Uttarakhand state of India,which was formed after disintegration of katyu…