Hallo Mr. Ang Tshering!
As a member of Austrian Mt. Annapurna IV (7525m) Expedition i want to give some facts for your information. After trekking from Jomosom to Manang we reached base camp on 13.Oct. We started to explore, debouch and ens...
This festival named after Lord Indra- the God of Rain and also the King of Heaven is celebrated by both the Buddhists and Hindus in Nepal in August/September. This festival lasts for eight days with singing, mask dancing and rejoicing. The chariot of Kumari, the Living Goddess is taken through the main streets of Kathmandu with much fanfare. On the first day, the King of Nepal also pays homage to Goddess Kumari. The crowd of excited people from performers to spectators engulfs the streets of Kathmandu during this festival. People get to enjoy various classical dances like elephant dance, lakhe, a very popular dance of a man with a mask.
Established in 1982 by Ang Tshering Sherpa, Asian Trekking continues to maintain high standards of professionalism and quality services catering to needs of the discerning traveler: individuals, families, friends. Ang Tshering’s son, Dawa Steven Sherpa, as Managing Director of Asian Trekking and organizer of the successful Eco Everest Expeditions, oversees the daily operation of all Asian Trekking treks and expeditions in Nepal and Tibet.
Ang Tshering and Dawa Steven are invited around the world to share their experiences, views and opinions on a range of issues, including mountaineering, trekking, climate change and environmental protection. Following links allows you to download their presentations.