*AKASH
*ABHAYA
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*AVIRAL
*DHRUV
*FARHAN
*HARDIK
*KARTIK
*KARTIK *MANN
*MANAV *MANAV
*MIHEAP
*JASMEET
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MAP OF NEPAL
Festival in NepalJJ
Festivals are an essential part of Nepalese life that garner tremendous
local participation. Festivals...
The culture of Afghanistan has been around for over
two millennia, tracing record to at least the time of the
Achaemenid E...
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Drukgyel Dzhong
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  • STATE OF LASHAN BUDDHA
  • THE-MID ATUMN FESTIVAL
  • SPRING FESTIVAL
  • NADAM FAI
  • MAP OF AFGANISTAN
  • MAP OF AFGANISTAN
  • Takshang Monastery proudly sits atop a 900 meter vertical cliff rising above the valley floor. It is probably the most well recognized monument in Bhutan. The people of Bhutan lovingly reffer to it as the TajMahal of Bhutan. This amazing feat of Human engineering is built over the site where the Guru Rimpoche is believed to have meditated after flying to Bhutan atop a flying Tigress. The present day monastery was first established in the year 1692 by TenzinRabgye. Legend has it that Tenzin was a reincarnation of the Guru Rimpoche. The Monastery can be reached after completing a 3 hour trek from the closest road head.
  • Neighboring countries

    1. 1. *AKASH *ABHAYA *ABHAYA *AVIRAL *DHRUV *FARHAN *HARDIK *KARTIK *KARTIK *MANN *MANAV *MANAV *MIHEAP *JASMEET
    2. 2. COUNTRY
    3. 3. MAP OF NEPAL
    4. 4. Festival in NepalJJ Festivals are an essential part of Nepalese life that garner tremendous local participation. Festivals also offer visitors a valuable opportunity not only for having fun but gaining insight into various aspects of Nepalese culture. The religious festivals follow the lunar calendar while national festivals have fixed dates. Wherever or whenever you arrive in Nepal, you can be sure of being at the time for one or more special events. Some of the major and interesting festivals are presented below
    5. 5. The culture of Afghanistan has been around for over two millennia, tracing record to at least the time of the Achaemenid Empire in 500 BCE.[1][2] Afghanistan translates to "Land of the Afghans" or "Place of Afghans" in the nation's official languages, Pashto and Dari. It is mostly a tribal and rural society with different regions of the country having their own native language. Despite some differences, majority of the Afghans live by the same tradition and behave the same. For example, many Afghans practice Islam, celebrate the same holidays, live in the same type of houses, dress the same, feel the same way about women's freedom, consume the same food, listen to the
    6. 6. Flag of Bagla d-esh
    7. 7.  Shaheed Minar  Ashan Manjil  Savar  Mymensingh  Jatio smriti
    8. 8. shaheed minar
    9. 9. ASHAN MANJIL
    10. 10. savar
    11. 11. mymensingh Mymensingh
    12. 12. Jatiyo smriti
    13. 13. SHWEDAGON PAGODA
    14. 14. TakshangMonastery
    15. 15. Drukgyel Dzhong
    16. 16. Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal
    17. 17. ThePunakha Dzhong
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