With the Terai holi, the festival of colour has finally come to an end this year.

Well, this is one of the Holy that has ended without colour and water. But, it doesn’t mean I don’t like Holi.

We just made it simple and sweet. A group of friends gathered in the Basantapur Durbar square in Bento Cafe in a lovely environment with funny gossips, friendship, foods and the moments that made this holi a memorable one.


Holi 2017

Last year in 2016, I got a chance to celebrate Holi in Terai. I was in Dhangadhi, Nepal. I celebrated with my GTL friends. It was like this:


Holi 2016


Two years before, i.e 2014, I celebrated Holi in Kathmandu. It was one of the holi with colours, water and fun.


Holi 2014




Published by Niraj Thapa Magar

An Engineering management post-grad specialized in strategic innovation and passionate about social innovation to create a positive impact in the society. As a chairperson of Social innovation Club of CQuniversity, Sydney and with two and half year experienced as an electrical engineer in telecommunication, he has built up an innovative mindset with passionate heart to create a better world for tomorrow. According to him, life is all about being happy and making other happy.

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