Government Declares Public Holiday in Kathmandu Valley Districts for Bhoto Jatra Celebration
The government of Nepal has announced a public holiday in three districts of the Kathmandu valley. According to a press release issued by the Home Ministry, Thursday has been declared a public holiday in observance of the Bhoto Jatra festival. This announcement aims to facilitate the celebration of the festival in Kathmandu valley.
In light of this decision, all government offices, as well as banks and financial institutions, will remain closed on the designated holiday. The Bhoto Jatra festival is a significant event that marks the conclusion of the month-long Rato Machhendranath Jatra.
This public holiday provides an opportunity for residents and visitors in the Kathmandu valley to participate in the festivities and cultural traditions associated with Bhoto Jatra. It is a time for celebration, reflection, and honoring the rich heritage of Nepal.