Tihar popular also as Deepawali is one of the major Hindus festivals. It is also considered as ‘festival of lights’ since the city and the houses are decorated with lights beautifully. Along with other lights, traditional Nepali lamp made of clay is filled with oil and twisted cottons dipped in the bowl to light it.Kathmandu is perfectly enjoyable during Tihar. I sometimes wonder what is wrong with Dashain in Kathmandu. I thought Deepawali would be the same in Kathmandu as Dashain was, but contradicting to my expectations, its awesome here in Kathmandu. I am writing all these because this is the first time I have been involved with both Dashain and Deepawali in Kathmandu.Tihar is a 5 day celebration that encompasses all parts of pujas for good health and good luck. In Nepal, it is better termed as the festival of lights. Falling just after Dashain it is the second biggest festival of Nepal. It is popularly known as Swanti and Mha worship among the Newars and as Deepawali.Tihar, Festival of Lights (Also called Deepawali) A five day festival which takes place each year on the fifteenth day of Kartika ( around the end of October/start of November) celebrated by all Hindus with ritual house-cleaning, lanterns, candles, and fireworks.Tihar, Festival of Lights (Also called Deepawali) A five day festival which takes place each year on the fifteenth day of Kartika, around the end of October/start ofNovember, celebrated by all Hindus with ritual house-cleaning, lanterns, candles, and fireworks. The Nepali version tends to be more picturesque and less explosive than those.The Festival With Lots Of Lights. Tihar Messages for family in english language: sms, Shayari No. 27. Wishing each one of you a very happy and prosperous Tihar 2075. Tihar Wishes for family in english language: quotes, Messages No. 28. May this Nepali tihar festival brings you lots and lots of joy and happiness in your lifeTihar : facts & information about Dipawali Diwali Dipavali Bhai Tika Laxmi pooja diyo rangoli songs cards sms wishes messages quotes in nepali hindi english.kathmandu, Oct 28: Tihar or Deepawali is one of the major festivals widely celebrated in Nepal. Tihar known as the festival of lights not only eliminates darkness but also marks the victory of good over evil. The spirit of Tihar lies in spreading happiness, love and light in everyone’s life. But this year, you can try going beyond that.
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