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ब्लग - साहित्य / चाडपर्व तथा दिन विशेष सामग्रीहरू

Tel Lagaune Ra Nimko Pat Khane Din

Tel Lagaune ra Nimko paat khane din
The New Year is starting sooner and we are on the edge of the last month of this year. This year, not just the year but the entire decade is also changing. Preparations are underway to welcome the New Year in many ways of the new year 2081 BS. One of the many ways to welcome the New Year is to eat nim leaves and apply oil to the body.

New Year is known by many names including Jutshital, Siruwa, Naya Barsa, Naya Sal. The era is stepping into the 2081st edition of Samvat run by King Vikramaditya. Years go by, centuries go by, and social dimensions change. Let's just don't let the relationship and affection between people decrease, this is our wish.

It is a traditional custom to start the festival by applying oil before any festival begins. In Holi, Tihar, and other festivals, the ritual is started by applying oil on the body and hair one day in advance.

Nim is known as bitter nectar. Before the start of the New Year, the bitterness of the past year is chewed and the wait for the sweetness of the next year is understood as the ritual of eating nim leaves. Nim tree, its benefits, and its various uses, and Ayurvedic illustrations have been found since ancient times.

It is believed that eating nim leaves will cure stomach ailments and applying oil will make the body stronger and softer. May the coming New Year provide a strong and healthy life to all. Happy New Year

-Suyog Dhakal

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