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Festivals in Nepal (with description)

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Festival Name Description
Dasain: Celebrated in October, nationwide in October.
The most important of all Nepalese celebrations.
Features the biggest animal sacrifice of the year.
Tihar: Celebrates in November
Animals are honoured.
Holi: Celebrates in March.
Chaitra Daisan: Celebrates in April,
Animals are sacrifice.
Haribodhini Ekadashi: Celebrates in November.
Celebrates in Pashupatinath.
Maha Shivaratri: Celebrates in March.
Celebrates in Pashupatinath
Gai Jatra: Held in August, Kathmandu.
Krishna Jayanti: Held in August/September in Patan.
Mani Rimdu: Celebrates in November, Solu Khumbu.
Buddha Jayanti: Celebrates in May, Kathmandu.
Losar (Tibetan New Year): Held in February, Swayambhunath, Jawlakhel and highland communities