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New GAIJATRA-2017/2074 | VIRAL | KAMAL GAULE’s 17th Gaijatra

Kamal Gaule’s 17th GAIJATRA “VIRAL”

Script/Dialogue/Producer/Artist KAMAL GAULE

Camera/Edit: Sandesh Shah

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The Gai Jatra celebration is being commended today in memory of individuals who kicked the bucket this year. The eight-day-long celebration is commended in Kathmandu Valley and couple of different places in the nation.

In Bhaktapur, relatives of the expired proceeded with the custom by dressing as a dairy animals. Like each year, a brilliant parade of veiled artists and ladies wearing conventional Newar attire orbited the town.

An offering of drain, organic products, beaten rice, curd, bread alongside different grains was made to pay tribute to the expired amid the celebration. It is trusted that the offering puts the left settled.

The parade, then again, is an entry for the perished to cross the stream Vaitarni, it is accepted. In Hinduism, crossing the Vaitarni waterway is accepted to clean oneself of his real sins.

The celebration is accepted to have begun at some point amid the Malla period. The oral history with respect to the root of the celebration expresses that King Pratap Malla authorized the celebration to reassure his wronged ruler.

The ruler had lost a child. The ruler had then requested his subjects to parade around town as a remembrance for the perished.

The celebration was praised in Banepa, Panauti, Barhabise, Trishuli, Dolakha, Khotang, Bhojpur, Chainpur, Ilam, Dharan, Biratnagar, Birgunj, Hetauda, Pokhara and Palpa.

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