Pokhara is the second largest city of Nepal falls in the center of Kaski District.Pokhara is laced with serene lakes and snowy Mountains and is a renowned destination for travelers from the world.
Pokhara Street Festival Lakeside comes alive with a festive spirit during this annual festival (28 December to 1 January), when the main strip closes to traffic as restaurants set up tables on the road. Visitors cram the street to enjoy food, parades, performances and carnival rides.
Mementos from Nepal could be many. Wacky t-shirts spread the message of general bonhomie: ‘yak yak yak yak-Nepal’ is a popular one. Buddhist Thanka paintings with detailed and delicate depictions of cosmic order and holy lives should ideally be consecrated. Buddhists use these scroll paintings of silk for sacred duties, but as just fine works of art too they are beautiful. Newari ‘paubha’ paintings are similar but not as elaborate. Kukri knives were the export that accompanied that other famous export of Nepal, giving the Gorkha warrior his cutting edge. Ornate bells that ring true and clear and other metalwork products are great. Woodcarvings, embroidered satin, strings of coloured beads, woven shawls…marvellous kitsch.
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