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"Solo Woman Travel Challenge 2018" group. 

14 nepali females travelled throughout Nepal that year, which is the highest number for this project. 

Collectively they have covered pretty much all parts of Nepal. Find their individual stories on our YouTube channel.

165 Independent travelers. It's way more than what we had expected. We are very excited to go through these travel stories to find that 2 that inspires the most. 

For us, all of them are winners really. Solo travel is not as easy or as romantic as it sounds, it takes courage. And we will soon celebrate these travelers.

Did you apply ??

“Want to win cool freebies from Everest Outfit? Enter our Giveaway Today”

Nepali Travelers in collaboration with Everest Outfit are thrilled to announce a giveaway of merchandise to 3 lucky participants ( Either Caps or Tshirts worth NPR 1500 each from @everestoutfit to all 3 individual).

Simply create an engaging 'Instagram reel' showcasing your favorite travel destination, stating why you love that place. (It is not a compulsion for applicants' faces to be featured in the reel, your recordings could be a mix of landscape and/or portraits; solo or a group).

Condition Applied:

- The reel should be of length at least 20 seconds.

- The background sound, if used, must be a Nepali song.

- Tag NepaliTravellers and Everest outfit in the post and instagram story (the tags should be visible)

- Use the hashtag #nepalitravellers #everestoutfit #solotravelaward2024

The deadline for the reels to be posted is 13th May and the winners will be announced on 15th May by the team of Nepali Travellers.

So? What are you waiting for?  “Let your wanderlust shine and win big with us!”

Across South Asia - ASA Discourse #1

Amrit Pyala: Exploring Sufi and Bhakti Traditions in Pakistan
At 6pm, Wed - March 6, 2024 | Location: Nextdoor Patan

In Sindh, Pakistan, oral tradition is abundant, endless, inexhaustible. Bhajans and kalaams are sung every day, in village satsangs, in darbars, at religious festivals, at death anniversaries of saints. Amrit Pyala is a project of paying witness to this rich tradition of poetry and song; of paying witness to the stories and metaphors of this sacred land.

In this intimate talk, Ahmed Hassan Khan will share reflections on how his initial fascination with folktales and oral traditions  - to seek spiritual understanding of life - has fostered a growing passion to explore wider conversations on religious syncretism these traditions offer in the context of divisions that plague our countries in the form of caste, class, and religious tensions. 

Sufi and Bhakti oral tradition is a river that cannot be caught—never fully. This Wed, on March 6th, join us in a gathering to witness “chand katre”—some drops of this surging, thrilling, & threatening river. 

For RSVP or queries, please contact +977 9843241490 (WhatsApp only)

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@amritpyala is a collaboration between two friends @ahmed_hasan_khan and @saraswatibythesea, both based in Pakistan.

Across South Asia is a series of discourses that bring together sub-continental voices to understand interwoven realities of everyday life, including but not limited to faith, folklore, and food. ASA Discourses are led by @sustainmyability, hosted by @travel.nextdoor, and promoted by @nepalitravellers

#southasia #sufi #bhakti #faith #folklore

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