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Unity Festival in Nepal

Unity Festival in Nepal is held on January 11. In honor of Prithvi Narayan, who laid the foundation for the unification of the first part of the country, the king of which he became in 1768. This event in the second decade of the month January is annual. Help us Help us 
11 January - Unity Festival in Nepal
Birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha. Major Part of Himalayas is in Nepal.
The biggest and most popular festivals in Nepal are Dashain and Tihar. Dashain, a celebration of Goddess Durga's victory over evil Mahishasura, as per Hindu mythology, whereas Tihar is a celebration of lights and color dedicated to Goddess Laxmi- the god of riches and prosperity as per Hindu mythology.
Unity Festival is a one-day community festival celebrating dance, diversity, health in all respects (mental, physical, spiritual, relational), freedom of expression, and overcoming obstacles.
Today is January 11, the birth anniversary of King Prithvi Narayan Shah, who is credited for the unification of Nepal that secured the identity of Nepal and Nepalis. Therefore, he is also called the founder of the nation. Therefore, the day is commemorated every year as the Prithvi Jayanti or National Unity Day.
Shah, the founder of the greater Nepal, was born in 1723 in Gorkha as the first son of King Nara Bhupal Shah and his second wife, Queen Kaushalyawati.

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