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Nepal Festival Adelaide 2019

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A retired business owner, my passions are cooking, photography and eating. I use all three of these when I write for recipeyum.com.au which is on HubGarden
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Come to this Nepal Festival for an exciting day
There is going to be a Nepal Festival 2019 in Adelaide! This is one of the biggest events, if not the biggest of its kind, organised by Nepali diaspora around the world.



NRNA Australia SCC SA is proud to present the grand Nepal Festival 2019 on Sunday 14th April, which is the Nepali New Year's Day. It will be held at Adelaide Light Square, Adelaide.



It's a celebration of their diverse culture, traditions, costumes, food, language, religion and their ways of life. This is a biannual event which will showcase their rich history, culture and their identity at its best.



The major features of the event encompass the functions like:

Nepal Parade
Cultural shows
Nepal House
Cooking Show
Mr/Ms Nepal SA Competition



Many national and international artists' performances
Food varieties
Business stalls

For more information on this event, click on the following Facebook link.

About Nepal
Nepal is a fascinating country. It is one of the best adventure destinations in the world. Nepal is probably best known for having the highest mountain in the world - Mount Everest.

Nepal is a small South Asian country and is home to the world's highest snowy mountains. It has a mixture of ethnic groups with vibrant cultures, religions, ancient history and languages.

Nepal is a landlocked nation which is situated between India and China. It is one of a few countries in the world where such a huge climatic and topographic range of features is so dramatic and is crammed into such a small geographical area.

Nepal is also rich in biological diversity and home to a wide range of flora, fauna and wildlife. It has a rich culture, art and history and all of this helps to attract visitors each year. There are various religions co-existing among the multitude of ethnic groups that form the people of Nepal.

Nepal is also the birthplace of The Lord Buddha, holy Hindu sites, beautiful temples, stupas, mosques and churches. It also has a number of UNESCO heritage sites and the most incredible scenery you could ever hope to see. All this attracts tourists from all over the world and they flock to the warm and welcoming republic of Nepal.
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Why? For a Nepal Festival
When: 14th April 2019.
Where: Light Square, Adelaide Light Square, Adelaide, South Australia 5000
Cost: FREE entry
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Thanks Finy. Reminded me of the years I spent in Nepal as a volunteer teacher trainer.
by May Cross (score: 3|4721) 75 days ago
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