Biratnagar

What is Biratnagar known for?


famous view

and is surrounded with hills and Bhedetar is famous view point. Religious fare Biratnagar is equally famous for its high-spirited festival celebration. In Dashain, Nepal's biggest festival, large number of people including young persons visit the Kali Mandir, a temple that lies in the heart of the town. Also famous is Tihar (Tihar (festival)), festival of lights, when the residents line their homes with diyo (an earthen oil lamp), candles and decorative electrical lamps during the two days


fast

Yatra (the Cart Journey). Traffic will be halted for five to six hours on that day. It is believed that the Holy Cart (Rath) was driven by Lord Krishna. So, people keep a young child in the Holy Cart as a symbol of Krishna and pull the Cart with joy to celebrate the Lord Krishna's birthday. The ''Rath'' is very big and heavy and needs hundreds of persons to move it. Mostly the recruits of Nepal army are recruited to pull the heavy cart. It has an engine to run if required to move fast. It has brakes

of wheat) with great respect to Surya (the sun). Some people fast from two days prior of pooja and break their fast by drinking water after the ritual is over. Chhath is considered to be very pure and the pooja is performed with infinite respect to surya, the Sun. Eid-ul-fitr and EId-ul-adha are the festivals celebrated by muslim community of biratnagar. Christmas is celebrated by a small population of christian minority . Politics Biratnagar, being the home and a political turf

you can get lot more. For groceries there is a supermarket near (ex-) Mahendra chowk. Eat *'''Unique Fast Food''' Restaurant on the main commercial avenue (not the one that comes from the airport) has a clean and funny interior, and decent food. *


good music

out, with good music. Sleep *


prominent+books

of districts of India District is on the Indian side, where a rail line ends. There are direct trains from there to Katihar, Kolkata and New Delhi. A rail extension to Biratnagar has been proposed and surveyed. *'''Intracity:''' Cycle rickshaws and taxis serve the city center. Auto rickshaws (Tempos) are available for longer distances outside the center. Art & Literature Biratnagar has been the ground for several literary works. Some of the prominent books in Nepali


unique+fast

you can get lot more. For groceries there is a supermarket near (ex-) Mahendra chowk. Eat *'''Unique Fast Food''' Restaurant on the main commercial avenue (not the one that comes from the airport) has a clean and funny interior, and decent food. *


special national

Biratnagar, Nepal - - align right 4. Biratnagar align right 129.388 align right 166.674 align right 168.331 Morang (Morang District) - '''March 13, 1947 :''' Launched a massive countrywide anti-Rana demonstration. Started labour movement and strike in Jute Mill in Biratnagar which was led by Late Girija Prasad Koirala, the ex-Prime Minister and the ex-Party President. '''May 23, 1957 :''' Special National Convention held at Biratnagar, Bishweshwar


social studies

secondary school *Sirjana Gyankunja Higher Secondary School *Mills Madhyamik Viddyalaya, Biratnagar-20 *Gautam Buddha Higher Secondary School *Arniko Higher Secondary School *Bal Kalyan Vidya Mandir Secondary School bkvm http: WWW.bkvmschool.com *Bhanu Memorial English Boarding School *Birat Science Campus *Budhanilakantha Boarding School *Birat College of Management *College of Business and Social Studies College *DAV College (Dedraj Sewali


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* Biratnagar *Homepage * * News Category:Biratnagar Category:Morang District Category:Populated places in Morang District Category:Transit and customs posts along the India–Nepal border Category:Populated places in Mithila, Nepal - BIR VNVT Biratnagar Airport


sweet made

the Rath Yatra (the Cart Journey). Chhath (Devanagari: छठ, छठी, छठ पर्व, छठ पुजा, डाला छठ, डाला पुजा, सुर्य षष्ठी)important Hindu festival and only Vedic Festival dedicated to the Hindu Sun God, Surya and Chhathi Maiya (ancient Vedic Goddess Usha)is also celebrated in Biratnagar. 5 The Chhath Puja is performed in order to thank Surya(the sun) for sustaining life on earth and to request the granting of certain wishes. On the pooja day they collect fruits and prepare thekwa(sweet made


industry education

align right 166,674 agro-industry, education, trade transport Hub - Political activism M.K. Nepal joined the communist movement in 1969 . In the underground struggle, he used party names such as 'Subodh', 'Sunil', 'Ranjan' and 'Bibek'. In 1971 he became a district committee member of the Nepal Revolutionary Organisation (Marxist-Leninist). At a conference held in Biratnagar June 7–8, 1975, M.K. Nepal was elected as a bureau member of the All Nepal

Biratnagar

'''Biratnagar''' ( ) is a Sub-Metropolitan City (List of cities in Nepal) located in south-east Nepal, the country's first largest city with total area of 58.48 km 2 and population of 261,125 according to National Population Census 2011. It is connected to indian transportation like railway roadways etc. Biratnagar is the hometown of many influential leaders in Nepalese politics including the Koirala family and others. The city and its suburbs are Nepal's industrial powerhouse. It is located on the Gangetic plains and the land is very fertile. Hence, Biratnagar has traditionally been an agricultural hub and many of its industries are based on agriculture. It also touches the border with India and is a major centre for cross-border trade and commerce. Biratnagar is a good hub for tourism purpose nearby. It is an agricultural place because it lies in Terai region which is also called the granary of Nepal.

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