Bikram Samvat : Happy New YearApril 14, 2015
For most Nepalese, the new year begins with the first day after the new moon, in a lunar calendar based on ancient Hindu tradition. Hinduism is practiced by over 81% of the population, the highest percentage for any country, although many Nepalis are both Hindu and Buddhist.
The mountainous north of Nepal has eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains, including Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth.
If altitude brings a person closer to ‘the heavens’, then the Nepalese must be closer than any other population on the planet.
Bikram Samwat is one of many Nepali festivals, and coincides with the traditional new year in Assam, Bengal, Burma, Cambodia, Kerala, Kashmir, Manipur, Orissa, Punjab, Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu and Thailand.
Digital Tsunami extends best wishes to our friends and colleagues throughout year 2072.
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