Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Shanti Stupa

Pokhara Shanti Stupa could be a Buddhist pagoda-style monument on Anadu Hill of the previous Pumdi Bhumdi Village Development Committee, within the district of Kaski, Nepal

Shanti Stupa in Pokhara was designed by Nipponzan-Myōhōji monk Morioka Sonin with native supporters beneath the steerage of Nichidatsu Fujii, a Buddhist monk and therefore the founding father of Nipponzan-Myōhōji. Shanti could be a Indo-Aryan signified peace, conjointly wide utilized in the Nepali and Hindi languages, and Shanti Stupa suggests that Peace temple. Shanti Stupa shrine was designed as an emblem of peace. settled at the peak of 1100 meters on the Anadu Hill, Nichidatsu Fujii arranged the muse stone at the side of relics of Gautama Buddha on twelve Sep 1973. Asian country has 2 of the eighty peace pagodas within the world: Shanti Stupa in Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautama Buddha and Shanti Stupa in Pokhara. Shanti Stupa in Pokhara has conjointly become a traveller attraction. It provides a position of the Annapurna vary, Pokhara town and Fewa Lake.

Tal Barahi

Tal Barahi Temple, additionally referred to as Lake Temple or Barahi Temple may be a two-story temple temple settled within the Kaski District of the Gandaki Zone in western Nepal. it's a hindu temple of the deity Hindu deity, the shielder of gods. it's settled during a tiny island on the south east section of Fewa Lake in Pokhara.



FEWA LAKE

One of the beautiful lakes in Pokhara city of Kaski district,  Fewa lake is a very famous lake, attracting locals and tourists alike due to its beauty and grandeur. This lake is close to the main city of  Pokhara and a tourist oriented township has come to surround the vicinity of the lake itself. The famous fish-tailed mountain may be viewed from there in its attractive, enthralling and dream-like illusion while viewing the reflections of the same under the lake waters.



Monday, May 20, 2019

DHANUSHA

This is a famous district of Janakpur zone. Janakpurdham is the capital city of this district. The name of the zone has been derived from this historic town. It is believed that Sita or Janaki, the spouse of the legendary Rama of Ramayana, was born here. Her father was King Janak and the kingdom itself was known as Janakpur. A famous Janaki temple of this district is a national heritage and a great attraction for pilgrims and tourists alike. This district is also the centre of Maithili language, culture, and for that matter, Maithili civilization. Population of this district is approximately 671,364.

DHANUSH

Dhanush is a bow. It is usually held by the left hand of the God or anybody for that matter. An arrow is then installed to be aimed and sent by the right hand. It appears with the Tantric deities such as Marichi, Kurukulla and so on. With the bow and the arrow, Marichi inflicts pain to the Maras and other  wicked beings. Like Bajra and Ghanta, bow and arrow symbolize method and wisdom as complementary components.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

DHANKUTA

Headquarter of Dhankuta district in the Kosi zone, this place is famous for its various herbs, fruits and indigenous products. It is well-planned and beautiful town. 
Dhankuta is an important hill district of Koshi Zone situated in the Mahabharat range of mountains in Eastern Nepal. This district is also the Headquarters of the Kosi Zone. This historic place has varieties of cultural, ethnic and architectural heritages at its disposal. The predominant ethnic group of this district are the Rais and Limbus besides Bramhin, Chhetri, Newar and others. The total population of this district is 166,479.

DHAMMAPADA

Dhammapada is a holy text, a great collection of the preaching’s of Lord Buddha. This text literally means the words of ideal behaviours is full of the preachings Lord Buddha delivered in many places through his life-time. Dhammapada covers many kinds of situations, has words of wisdom and practical guidelines for all of humanity. It unfolds the mysteries of life, gives the true meaning of all human behaviour and advises in all the situations of life for understanding and leading a noble life. See Buddha, Gautam.  

DHADING

It is a mountainous district near Kathmandu headquartered in Dhadingbesi. It has a population of 338,658. The district is not well developed with little access. Huge areas of this district are still un-accessible by vehicle. Tamangs, Bahun, Chhetri, Newar and many other small ethnic groups live in this district. 

DEVKOTA, LUXMI PRASAD (1910-1960)

L.P. Devkota was a poet of extraordinary talent. He wrote innumerable poems on different aspects of life and nature in a superb, natural style of his own. Known as the emperor of poets, he was the gem of Nepalese literature and presumably one of the most astounding genius of the world. He could write volumes of poems in a matter of a few days. He could dictate more than 90 stanzas in an hour. A born poet, he never cared for money and material happiness and, thus, lived a very modest life. And though he was also the country’s minister fro education, he lived off meagre resources. Highly educated, learned and travelled Luxmi Prasad Devkota commanded a place of respect in every Nepali heart with his lofty ideals expressed in his poems, epics, essays and articles collected in more than a hundred books. 

DEVI

Another name of Parbati or Durga. See Durga