TANAHUN, Nov 9: Rafters and others interested in water activities are attracted toward Seti River these days as they find it warmer and more comfortable. Even as the winter is about to start, domestic and international tourists continue to visit the district to participate in water activities in the river.
TANAHU, Nov 2: President of the main opposition of Nepali Congress Sher Bahadur Deuba has stated that the party would take enough time before finalizing the names of candidates from his party for the upcoming by-elections.
The prisoners of Tanahu District Prison are hardly getting the time to celebrate the festival because of their busy schedule in making muda stools. Through the income they make from selling mudas, the prisoners are sending money to their families. Out of 100 inmates, 44 of them are already involved in it.
Corn is one of the popular staples in Nepal. And it would be surprising that stack of corn built near the settlements is attracting tourists. However, it is the truth. The corn stacks locally known as Shuli are attracting tourists in Ramkot, Bandipur.
TANAHU, March 24: A test flight of paragliding has been successfully conducted in Byas Municipality of Tanahu district. Three pilots took off from Siddhi Danda and landed at Archalchaur on Saturday. Chair of Ward 11 of the municipality, Nir Bahadur Khadka, flew in the inaugural test flights.
TANAHUN, Dec 19: Bandipur is a famous rural tourism destination in the country. Preserving our tradition is one of the key reasons for the mushrooming tourism in the region. Vice Principal of Bandipur Campus and Bandipur resident, Govardhan Bhattarai stated that there is originality in traditions in Bandipur. The traditional houses with wooden windows and doors and beautifully carved vintage designs are the living examples of facts.”
The influx of people visiting Chun Pahara at Bandipur to try their grip on rock climbing is increasing by the day. The rock, located in the premises of Siddha Gufa, sees a huge number of daredevils expecting a kick from the adventure sport.
TANAHUN, March 6: Even two years after the government announced to replace improvised cable crossings known as tuin with suspension bridges, the locals of Tanahun are still found crossing the Seti River precariously using tuin.
TANAHUN, Nov 24: Breaking the traditional stereotypes, many women in Damauli, Tanahun, are making efforts to change the conservative mindsets and abolish deceptive customs. As per the Hindu tradition, only men are allowed to carry dead bodies and perform the final rites while women are not authorized to do so. However, some women in Damauli have dared to go against this practice.