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Nepali women celebrating Teej festival (photo feature)

Nepali women have been celebrating Teej festival across the country with pooja in major Lord Shiva temples, and funfairs as singing and dancing. The women mostly wear red colored dress in this day which adds uniqueness in the festival. Foreign nationals (women) have also been found celebrating this festival wearing

Teej 2023: Shiva temples receiving hoards of devotees

On the occasion of the Haritalika Teej festival devotees are thronging temples across the country including the Pashupatinath Temple in

President Ram Chandra Paudel.
Haritalika bears religious, cultural importance, President Paudel

 Kathmandu, Sept 18: President Ramchandra Paudel has said that the Haritalika (Teej) festival has carried a religious and cultural importance

NC President Deuba’s greetings on Teej

 Kathmandu, Sept 18: Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba said our country is rich in religions, cultures and festivals.

Teej festival being marked across nation today

The ‘Teej’ festival is also celebrated as ‘Haritalika’. All the Hindu Nepalese women offer prayers and worships at Pashupatinath Temple

Preserving Essence of Teej Amidst Modern Influences

To preserve the true spirit of Teej, it is crucial to revisit the traditional aspects of the festival and promote

President Bhandari performs worship at Pashupati

President Bidya Devi Bhandari has performed worship at Pashupatinath Temple on the occasion of Haritalika Teej on Tuesday. President Bhandari

‘Women need economic empowerment and social security’

Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Pampha Bhusal, has viewed economic empowerment of women makes them able to speak

Teej festival being observed across the country

The ‘Teej’ festival, also known as the ‘Haritalika’, is being observed by Nepali Hindu women today throughout the country. Women

Teej festival ensures robust social, cultural unity, President says

President Bidya Devi Bhandari has expressed the confidence that the Teej festival, also known as Haritalika, would further enhance social,