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Vice-president observes Bhairav Dance in Bhaktapur


14 August 2022  

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BHAKTAPUR: Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun observed the historical Laiyaku Bhail dance in Madhyapur Thimi.

The Vice-president was welcomed at the premises of the temple of Balkumari in Madhyapurthimi on Saturday night by Madhyapurthimi Mayor Surendra Shrestha, Deputy Mayor Bijay Krishna Shrestha and other dignitaries.

On that occasion, Vice President Pun observed the historical Bhairav dance in front of the temple of Balkumari and learned about the cultural, religious and historical significance of Laiyaku Bhail Dance.

Bhairav dance guru Arjun Shrestha presented tika and prasad to Vice President Pun while Niranjan Shrestha offered prasad and flowers.

On the occasion, Mayor Shrestha presented a picture of Bhairav Dance while and Guru Shrestha presented him with a mask of Bhairav.

The first day of the dance, which ended this morning, was conducted throughout the night despite the rain.

The tantric and historical Bhairav dance is taking place after a hiatus of 45 years at the initiative of the local people and with the help of the municipality and donors.

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Publish Date : 14 August 2022 10:01 AM

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