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Vasona Lion Safari
Vasona Lion Safari One of the major attractions of Silvassa, is the Lion Safari which is about 10 km away from the capital city of Silvassa and is spread over twenty acres. It is basically a part of the area of Dadra & Nagar Haveli Wildlife Sanctuary.The main objective of the Lion Safari is to complement and strengthen the national effort in conservation of the rich bio-diversity of the country, particularly wildlife fauna. The Lion Safari Wildlife Park is enclosed in the wildlife sanctuary and there is a wall built around it. Asiatic Lions can be seen in this Safari Park.This Lion safari is spread over twenty hectares, which is part of a continuous north-south corridor in the core area of Dadra and Nagar Haveli wildlife sanctuary. T...
 
Adventurous Activities in Dudhani
Adventurous Activities in Dudhani Dudhani is a perfect place for adventure tourists. On the downstream of Damanganga River, Madhuban Dam has been constructed that resulted in the formation of a large waterfront near Dudhani. It lies 40 km from Silvassa, the capital city of Dadra nad Nagar Haveli. There are a number of tourist places in and around Silvassa. The tourism department has taken special initiative to establish it as a popular destination for adventure sports. Speed boats, water scooters, passenger boats, bumper boats, kayaks, canoes, jet ski and aqua bikes are provided by the department at the Water Sports Centre, Dudhani, so that the tourists can indulge in various exciting adventure sports. For trekking enthusiasts, there are many trek...
 
Dashain Festival
Dashain Festival The longest Hindu festival of Nepal, Traditionally celebrated for two full weeks with the animal sacrifice to Durga the Universal Mother Goddess. The great harvest festival of Nepal, Dasain is a time of family reunion, the exchange of gifts and blessings, profuse pujas, ritual bathing and animal sacrifices. Dasain honors the goddess Durga, who was created out of the shakti energy of all the gods, armed with weapons from each of them. Goddess Durga, sumbolizing valor and prowess, is worshipped and offered animal sacrifices for the devotees' progress prosperity. During the first 10 days, pilgrims throng various river confluences early in the morning and sacred shrines in the evening. Ghatasthapana, Phool Pati, Mahaa...
 
Gokarna Aunsi
Gokarna Aunsi The celebration of a father’s day with the worship of Shivalinga at Gokarna. Gokarna Aunsi is a special day set apart for the veneration of one's fathers alive or dead. On this auspicious day, son and daughters offer ritual food, sweets, meat and other gifts to their fathers. The streets are a happy scene with married daughters with loads of goodies making their way to their parents' houses. Ceremony is also known as 'Looking upon father's face'. Those whose fathers are no more, mark this day by visiting Gokarna and other sacred spots and worshiping the deities. There they perform anniversary rituals in honor of their departed fathers and offer aims of rice, pulses and coins to the priests.
 
Teej Festival of Nepal
Teej Festival of Nepal The Teej is three day long festival of married women which is very popular and interesting festival of Nepal with essence of Nepalese Culture and Traditions. This festival falls in the month of August mainly or sometimes early in September. Dancing, folk songs, and the red color of women's wedding sarees dominate the day of Teej, a Hindu festival of womanhood. The day recalls the heavenly occasion when Parbati, daughter of the Himalay, won the hand of Lord Shiva after severe meditation and fasting. On the first day, mothers send gifts of food and sarees to their daughters' houses, and groups of women gather together to feast. At midnight, the women begin a fast in emulation of Parbati. The second day is for worship, i...
 
Tihar Festival in Nepal
Tihar Festival in Nepal The 5 day long festival of lights, honoring Yama, God of Death. 1 st day is to worship a crow informant of Yama. Second day is dogs day, dog is the agent of Yama. Third day is the day to worship Laxmi the goddess of wealth. Fourth day is the self-respect day also a day for draught animal, oxen. Fifth day is the brothers day. This festival is a time of lights and tinsel decorations, fancy sweets and juicy fruits. The celebrations begin with the adoration of crows and dogs. Leaf dishes of rice, incense and light are set out for the dark messenger, while dogs are worshiped and offered goodies. In the period of Tihar Laxmi, the Goddess of Wealth is worshipped. Rows of lamps are placed on windows and doors, with the strong...
 
Krishnashtami in Nepal
Krishnashtami in Nepal The birthday of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna, the dark god who taught warrior Arjuna the value of Kama in the Bhagwad Gita, was born at midnight on the eight day of the dark moon of August. To celebrate the birthday of this much-loved Hindu god, devotees flock to the Drishna Mandir in Patan on the preceding day. There, men and women from far away gather around the 17th century temple and sit in vigil waiting for the midnight hour. Euphoric prayers and incantations fill the air, and small oil lmaps are lit as a mark of felicitation and devotion to the deity. Images of Lord Krishna are also carried around the city in a procession accompanied by joyous crowds of followers and musical bands.
 
Janai Poornima
Janai Poornima A festival to change the sacred thread with the worship of Lord Shiva. Janai Poornima is the day when Hindus change the janai, the sacred thread the men wear on their chests. This full moon day sees flocks of Brahmina (Hindu priests) at the holy riverbanks. They take ritual dips in the water and offer ablution to the gods. They then change their sacred threads and also tie yellow sacred threads around the wrists of the faithful. Newars of the Kathmandu valley call this festival Gunhi Punhi, a soup of different sprouted beans known as kwati, is prepared as the special menu of the day. At Kumbheswar in Patan, a richly deocrated Lingam, the phallic symbol of Lord Shiva, is placed on a raised platform in the middle of the...
 
Naga Panchami in Nepal
Naga Panchami in Nepal It is a day chosen to worship the naga (sacred snakes) and pray for the protection from the flood and other water related fears. This day honors the Nagas, the snake-gods, who in Nepal are associated with rain. The festival honors an ancient victory of a king, who was also a Tantric master, over the nagas, who had been withholding the rain. The king forced their submission by casting magic spells over them. Worship of the Nagas on this day, a compromise the conqueror graciously bestowed, insures there will be no drought. Nepalese purchase Naga portraits from the street stalls the day before and on the morning of Naga Panchami attach these over their doorways. They then perform a small puja and leave a food offering in...
 
River Rafting in Nepal
River Rafting in Nepal Nepal is known for its adventure activities specially River Rafting. River rafting adventure sports in Nepal is no doubt the second most sought outdoor thriller after trekking in Nepal. The quest and hunt of entertaining rivers for rafting in Nepal are numerous and it varies to certain lengths in duration. Nepal actually provides plethora of opportunities for the adventure freaks to experience crashing waves and swirling rapids. While doing River Rafting one can appreciate the natural beauty, culture, heritage and the flora and fauna of Nepal. White water rafting in Nepal is often by River Runner's Paradise. Indeed nowhere else, one can get such a choice from easy to heart throbbing and a single day to multi-days whi...