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Karnali Bridge

The junction which connects beautiful farwest with remaining Nepal. This river(Karnali) is the Longest River of Nepal.

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Khaptad Patan

Sangrila in earth, beautiful place in Bajura, Bajhang, Achham and Doti districts of Beautiful farwest of Nepal.

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Mahakali suspension bridge(Dodhara-Chadani Jholunge Pul)

Bridge over Mahakali river, which connects 2 VDCs of Nepal (Dodhara and Chadani VDC) across Mahakali with whole Nepal, Length is 1496.5m.

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Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve of Nepal

Best known and most accessible Wildlife Reserve having large Swamp Deer Herds of Asia, and is invariable associated with the Royal Bengal Tiger and the great One-horned Rhinoceros both endangered species.

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Tharu Culture

Performing their own cultural dance.Tharus are the indigenous ethnic group who live in the Terai with a concentrated population in the middle and west of the country.

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Bajhang Airport(BJH)

Domestic Airport in Dewal Bajhang, farwestern Nepal.

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Bhua naach

One of the cultural dance of Far West, Nepal. Which is started after victory of war in Western part of Nepal during unification of country. Which is mainly performed in Bajura,Bajhang & Achham.

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Hope I catch enough fish for my family

Old Tharu man fishing in a old canal.

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A Porter in his way.

Life is hard but they enjoy it on their way. A local porter from Far western region, Nepal.

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Crazy for Cricket.

Boys playing cricket near Himalayas in Darchula.Winner will get yarshagumba from loser.

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Never forget own Culture.

Rana Tharu women in their traditional attire singing hori song. Most of Rana Tharus are lives in southern part of Kanchanpur District.

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West Seti River.

Nowadays West Seti River is famous because of West Seti Hydroelectric Project(750 MW).

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School is the Temple of Education.

One of the oldest School of Nepal, Shree Satyavadi Higher Secondary School, Bajhang.

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Ugratara temple

Goddess Ugratara is the deity to whom the temple of Ugratara is dedicated.

Festivals

Nepal is a multi-lingual, multi-religious and multi-ethnic country. As a result the number of festivals exceeds that of the days of a year. For some foreigners, these festivals are mysterious, colorful and pleasant. Moreover, they have a great deal more about them. They emerge from the depth of the socio-cultural aspects of life. The festivals have mythological, religious and historical backgrounds. The ceremonies, as a whole, reflect a way of life, unique in its own place. They mirror the value system established by age long socio-cultural and religious conventions; they strengthen the social and family relations; they show the awe and reverence of the unknown people; they make it clear how Nepalese people pay homage to every element of nature; they mark the change of seasons and rejoice sowing seeds and harvesting. 

The original annual dates for the festivals were fixed according to the lunar calendar long ago, so they do not coincide with the solar calendar currently used in Nepal. Similarly, they do not coincide with the Gregorian calendar either.

Festivals list of nepal:
  1. Sithi Naka or Kumar Sasthi
  2. Dumji
  3. Bala Chaturdashi
  4. Mani rimdu
  5. Gunla (The sacred month of Buddha)
  6. Nava Barsa Bisket of Bhaktapur
  7. Baishak purnima
  8. Indra Jatra and kumari Jatra
  9. Rato machhendranath
  10. Gokarna aunsi (The Father’’s day)
  11. Vivaha Panchami
  12. Mata Tirtha puja
  13. Sri Panchami or Basanta Panchami
  14. Janai Purnima Or Raksha Bandhan
  15. Maghe Sankranti
  16. Loshar
  17. Krishnashtami(Krishna’’s eight)
  18. Maghe Poornima
  19. Tihar and Laxmi Puja (Festival of lights)
  20. Chaite Dashain
  21. Ghode Jatra (The procession of Horses)
  22. Teej Brata The fasting festival (women only)
  23. Holi festival (The festival of colour)
  24. Naga Panchami (The day of the Snake Gods)
  25. Gai jatra (The procession of sacred cows)
  26. Bada Dashain (Durga Puja)
  27. Maha Shiva Ratri
  28. Ram Nawami