Harishayani Ekadashi or Devashayani Ekadashi (हरिशयनी एकादशी / देवशयनी एकादशी) is a special Ekadashi in which Hindu people celebrate by worshiping God Vishnu (also called Hari). The day, Ekadashi, is a day day that comes every 15 days, and Harishayani Ekadashi is celebrated once every a year. According to legends, lord Vishnu goes the world
The first day of Shrawan month in Nepali calendar, popularly known as Shrawan Sakranti, is celebrated by the farming communities in Nepal. The whole Shrawan month is also considered the month of lord Shiva. Nepali women worship Lord Shiva and fast on every Mondays of the month. Luto Falne Shrawan is the month of rain.
Do you know how to pronounce some of the tough US stages? Some are easy like New York or Texas. Others are really tough to pronounce. For example, states like Arkansas, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania or Connecticut might be a bit challenging to pronounce. This map is prepared for those who want to learn how to properly
Poet Bhanu Bhakta Acharya is the first poet who has written poem in the mother tongue. Although there were Nepali poets before Bhanu Bhakta, he was the first poet who became popular among the Nepali people at that time. At the time of Bhanu Bhakta, all the poets used to write in Sanskrit language. Sanskrit
A song to help remember the vowels of Nepali language. The song has common words for the kids to remember the letters. The first letter is represented by pomegranate, the second letter by potato chips. The materials used in the song include a water well, god, owl, wool, sage (rishi), number one, mirror, walnut, medicine,
The third vowel in Devnagari lipi is ‘i’ (pronounced ye) and fourth is ‘ii’. They are used in conjunction with all the 36 consonants of Nepali alphabet. As both the third and fourth vowels sound same people are usually confused on using the right vowel for a sound. Although there are rules, they are vague.
The first vowel in Nepali language Aa is used in conjunction with every 36 consonants letters. For example the first letter in Nepali alphabet – Kaa (क) is made up of half “Kaa” and “Aa”. That is: Ka (क) = K (क्) + Aa (अ) Similarly, all other consonants in Nepal have ‘Aa’ attached with