Trip Introduction: 9 Days Women festival in Nepal
Women Festival in Nepal, where interested travelers (all females and young girls) can take part in it or just observe the colorful festival in the villages and towns of Nepal.
Women's Festival in Nepal with various events taking place in city towns as far mid hills of Nepal around rural villages, most of the women's festivals in Nepal are linked to the Hindu religion where all ladies, mostly married women take part in the festival.
As time changes at present even younger ladies and girls also participate in various women's festivals of Nepal, women's festivals in Nepal of varied types as per season, and religious occasions, especially for Hindu people.
Nepal is a popular destination for many colorful and exciting festivals besides mountain views, dramatic landscapes enriched with green vegetation, and enchanting woodland including impressive villages with age-old culture and traditions, where the festival is an important part of Nepalese life and heritage.
Women Festival the main theme is a practice of loyalty to their spouse or husband to be for unmarried girls, the religious women's festival in Nepal is mainly linked to worshiping Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati.
Several Women's Festivals like Maha-Shiva Ratri (birth anniversary of Lord Shiva), where women fast and worship Lord Shiva, and then enjoy merry-making like dancing and singing a tribute to Lord Shiva.
Another festival linked to Women is- Shree Krishna Janmashtami (birth anniversary of Lord Krishna) where Hindu women observe performing religious dances and singing in the praise of Lord Krishna.
The most important Festival for Women in Nepal is Teej:
Teej is the fasting festival of women in Nepal. Married women observe Teej fast to honor Lord Shiva and for the long and healthy life of their husbands.
Unmarried girls also observe fast on this day for a good husband. Teej celebration lasts for three days. Traditional dances and songs form an important feature of Teej celebrations. The red color is considered auspicious for women observing Teej fast and so most of them dress up in red or their bridal clothes.