International Nepali Dhoti and Nepali Topi Day
International Nepali Dhoti and Nepali Topi Day is held on January 1. This event in the first decade of the month january is annual.
Dashain on October 25 (is celebrated by the Buddhist, Hindus and Kirats of Nepal and the ethnic Nepali speaking Indian Gorkhas of Darjeeling hills, Sikkim, Dehradun, Kumaun & Gadwal and other North-Eastern states of India and among the Lhotshampa of Bhutan and the Burmese Gurkhas of Myanmar);
Unity Festival in Nepal 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);
Maghe Sankranti in Nepal on January 14 (Sidereal winter solstice celebrations in South and Southeast Asian cultures; marking the transition of the Sun to Capricorn, and the first day of the six months Uttarayana period);
Bengali New Year on April 14 (Sri Lankans begin celebrating their National New Year);
Democracy Day in Nepal on April 24 (in honor of the restoration of the Parliament of Nepal in 2006);