Seasons In Nepal

Western world contain four seasons. But, Nepal contains six seasons. Two additional seasons in Nepal are rainy season and pre-winter season. The six seasons are listed as below:

1. Spring (Basanta Ritu)
2. Summer (Grishma Ritu)
3. Rainy (Barsha Ritu)
4. Autumn (Sharad Ritu)
5. Pre-winter (Hemanta Ritu)
6. Winter (Shishir Ritu)

Nepali seasons are two months long. Spring season (Basanta Ritu) spans into Chaitra and Baisakh (mid-march to mid-may), summer season (Grishma Ritu) spans into Jestha and Aashad (mid-May to mid-July), rainy (Barsha Ritu) starts in shrawan and ends in bhadra (mid-July to mid-September) , Autumn (Sharad Ritu) starts in Ashwin and ends in kartik (mid-September to mid-November) , Pre-winter (Hemanta Ritu) starts in mangsir and ends in poush (mid-November to mid-January) and winter (Shishir Ritu) starts in magh and ends in falgun (mid-January to mid-march) .

The temperature in spring is not too cold and not too hot, spring season is also windy season. Summer season is the hottest season at all, the flowers fall down and fruits grown in trees. For agriculture summer season is the best season to grow crop. At rainy season, extensive rainy days are observed. The rain provides irrigation to agricultural crops and recharge ground water. Whereas, autumn season is the season of festival. The temperature goes down in autumn season and it is just right for the celebration. Pre-Winter season is the season of working again. The temperature starts to fall down and people prepare themselves for the winter. And lastly here comes the winter season which is the coldest season in the year. Cold seasons starts by the end of pre-winter and end by the end of winter. Snow falls in areas of high altitude during winter.

Nepali New Year

Nepali New Year generally occurs between April 11th – 15th. The year in Nepal starts on Baisakh, Baisakh is the first month of Bikram Sambat Calendar. Bikram Sambat is the approved calendar of Nepal.

Nepal has more than 60 cultural groups with their own unique culture and most of them have their own language. Also we can say that Nepal is a live example of unity in diversity. People of different cast and culture live in Nepal. So, Nepal celebrates nine different new years in different times of year. We celebrate each of them with same passion and eagerness. However, Baishakh 1st is observed as national New Year, the country’s official calendar year starts this day.

Beginning of Nepalese New Year dates back to the era of sovereigns. Nepali New Year is the established by emperor Vikramaditya. So, New Year belongs to the history of Bikram Sambat. Nepalese New Year uses lunar months and solar sidereal year.

People plan picnic, tour and travel in the occasion of New Year. Mainly people use to spend New Year with Friends and family… Parks across the country are full of people with celebration. People make new resolution this day. Students plan their study timetable for the year. People exchange gifts and greeting cards. New Year day is a public holiday in Nepal.

No matter wherever you are, let’s join hands to promote Nepalese tourism all around the world and also to promote the natural beauty of Nepal. Let’s make the new resolution on the occasion of this Nepali New Year 2075.

Leaf Holidays Treks and Expeditions wishes you a Happy New Year 2075!!
नव बर्ष २०७५ को हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभकामना!!

International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day rejoices the successes of women across the world.

But distant from singling out women the day concentrations on unity, equality and encouragement; chiefly in a world where the differences and inequalities between women and men are as great as ever.

It is an occasion to celebrate the progress made towards accomplishing gender equality and women’s empowerment but also to unfavorably replicate on those happenings and strive for a greater momentum towards gender equality worldwide. It is a day to recognize the extraordinary acts of women and to stand together, as a united force, to advance gender equality around the world.

It has been observed since the early 1900’s – a time of great growth and instability in the industrialized world that saw thriving population growth and the rise of radical ideologies. International Women’s Day is a collective day of global celebration and a call for gender parity. No one government, NGO, charity, corporation, academic institution, women’s network or media hub is exclusively responsible for International Women’s Day. Many organizations declare an annual IWD theme that supports their specific agenda or cause, and some of these are adopted more widely with relevance than others.

UNESCO has been working in all of its areas to endorse gender equality and women’s rights and authorization. Gender Equality has been one of two Worldwide Priorities of the organization since 2008. Global Priority Gender Equality is applied through result-oriented actions both within the Secretariat and in Member States with a wide range of partners.

Support women and encourage them!!