Miss those days in Nepal doing community and culture exchange with Nepali. This happen in 2014 My college schoolmates and I went for this trip. I have learn from Nepail village students not matter you rich or poor. You have chance to learn you will give a shot. Knowledge made wisdom. We went to teach Nepal students English and mathematics for 5 days. 2 days left we went to khamanthu we have see many different sight as Attractions of Nepal such as Kumali temple and monkey temple. Nepal is most to Indian culture. #Nepal#2014#culture#communitywork#Nepali
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Slow-mo glimpses from our deusi bhailo dance routine.
Deusi-bhailo is a traditional carol singing that the Nepali community observes on Diwali night and the night after that. The origin on this tradition goes back to the Hindu myth of King Bali, who was approached by Vamana (lord Vishnu's incarnation), seeking land that would equal three strides he took as alms. King Bali known for his charity and giving nature, agreed immediately. However Vamana covered the Earth and Universe in two strides and asked the King where should he place the third and final one. At this point King Bali supposedly offered his own head.
The term deu in Nepali means to give and sire means head in sanskrit, it literally translates to giving head. It's believed that if on the auspicious moonless night in the month of Kartik, someone hands out alms, they gain Lord Vishnu's favor and salvation. On Diwali when thr deusi-bhailo groups go out singing and dancing from house to house, each house offers them some money and food items. And in return the deusi-bhailo grouo sing them a song of blessings for good fortune and prosperity.
I am a huge mythology fan, hence I am writing all this but ofcourse none of this can be validated to precision. However we cannot deny that this tradition is such a beautiful way of connecting the community and bonding over a festival. The youngsters come together to practice their dance routines and singing so much ahead of the Diwali night and work together. Especially for first generation immigrant families its like songs from places they belong to and for third generation immigrants like myself, its a connection to where our forefathers came from. Not to forget the wonder music it carries that binds people universally.
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