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New year 2067 Celebration in Singapore (Pictures Part-2)

admin April 19th, 2010

Pictures from Nepali New Year Celebration in Singapore…

Nepali New Year Celebration in Singapore

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New year 2067 Celebration in Singapore (Pictures Part-1)

admin April 18th, 2010

 Pictures from Nepali New Year Celebration in Singapore…

Nepali New Year Celebration in Singapore

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नव वर्ष २०६७ - “शुभकामना साँझ”

admin April 4th, 2010

Nepali New Year 2067 celebration in Singapore, Subhakamana Sanjh 2067, Singapore.

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Dashain Party 2065 !!

admin October 3rd, 2008

“Happy Vijaya Dashami 2065!!”

The Nepalese Society invites all Nepalese in Singapore to Dashain Party 2065!!

Date: Thursday, 9th October 2008
Venue: Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant
Level 2, 18 Verdun Road #02-01
Opposite Mustafa Shopping Complex
Nearest MRT: Farrar Park Station, (from the station, walk towards Kitchener Road, turn right at Verdun Road).

Starting 7:00PM till midnight (Dinner Served from 7:30PM)

Price: Adults: SGD 20 each, Students: SGD 15 each, Children: below 10 years of Age (FREE)

Tickets can be purchased at any of the following locations or from  the Volunteers listed below:

Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant
New Everest Kitchen Restaurant,
Himalaya Tandoor, Jalan Besar
Mini Nepal Restaurant

Ajambar Basnet (H/P 9004 2659)
Amar Chitrakar (H/P: 9228 2265)
Basanta Shrestha (H/P: 9270 2049)
Jagriti Rai (H/P: 9185 1840)
Kishore Pant (H/P: 9456 0501)
Lal B Ale (H/P: 9025 2917)
Roshani Sthapit (H/P 8333 3167)
Suman Kharel (H/P 9687 0723)


Dashain Day 1: Ghatasthapana

admin September 30th, 2008

Dasain, GhatasthapanaGhatasthapana - September 30, 2008
The first day of Dashain is called Ghatasthapana, which literally means pot establishing. On this day the kalash, (holy water vessel) symbolising goddess Durga often with her image embossed on the side is placed in the prayer room. The kalash is filled with holy water and covered with cowdung on to which seeds are sown. A small rectangular sand block is made and the kalash is put in the centre. The surrounding bed of sand is also seeded with grains. The ghatasthapana ritual is performed at a certain auspicious moment determined by the astrologers. At that particular moment the priest intones a welcome, requesting goddess Durga to bless the vessel with her presence.

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Official Opening of Gazals at Kantipur

admin August 10th, 2008

Anand Karki and group live gazals in Singapore

Singapore, August 10, NS report -
Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant today celebrated the grand opening of the Live Nepali and Hindi Gazals cum music with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The event was chaired by Mr. Amar Pradhan Chitrakar, President of NRN Singapore and Nepalese Society of Singapore along Bishow Giri the proprietor of Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant. Together they both amidst the ceremony by lighting the traditional panas. Mr. Chitrakar cut the ribbon to officially lead the Singers and Musicians to the stage.

Anand Karki and group live gazals in Singapore

The opening ceremony was followed by Live music from our popular singer Anand Karki and group. Singer Karki, Aarti Adhikari and Jai Sribastab entertained the crowd with various new and old Nepali and Hindi songs. Around a hundred of Nepalese expatriates/families in Singpore were specialy invited to celebrate this ospicious occasion along with buffet lunch.

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Happy 43rd Birthday Singapore!

admin August 9th, 2008

Once again….. Happy Birthday Singapore !!

National day, the day nation was born….. Each and every citizen feels proud, the time to share the moments of joy. But let us also join the celebration of Singapore’s birthday. We are also a part of this birthday as we too are living in this country and it’s a moment of joy for all of us.

Today Singapore is centre of attraction in every aspect, whether its business or culture, technology or security system. Singapore has the history of only 42 years but within this period it has reached the peak. We all should be proud, whether we are Singaporean or foreigners, that country like Singapore exists in this same globe we are living. The creator should be overwhelmed that a country like Singapore is also a part of the same earth. Though the country is small in size it has been able to keep the pace with larger countries.

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Live Gazals with Anand Karki

admin July 25th, 2008

Gazals with Anand Karki in Singapore

Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant located at the heart of Little India (next to Mustafa shopping complex) is now with LIVE HINDI and NEPALESE GHAZALS at 2nd Level starting from today (25th July 2008).

Anand Karki, one of the top singers of South Asia, is performing there at Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant daily from 7:30pm till mid-night. He is accompanied by star singer Aarti Adhikari, musicians Bhim Adhikari and Jai Sribastab.

As an opening promotion, the restaurant is offering special discounts on total bill (till 31st July 2008) and Buffet Dinner at only $35.90 per Couple from 25th - 27th July 2008.

So guys what are you waiting for? Pick up the phone, book and reserve your seat / table and enjoy the lively music from our very own Superstar Mr. Anand Karki.

Location / Address:
18 Verdun Road, #01-01 & #02-01
Premier Security Building, Singapore

Reception By:
Restaurant Management Department
Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant Pte Ltd
Shish Mahal Restaurant Pte Ltd
Albert Café & Restaurant Pte Ltd
Tel : 6293 6835 & 6837 2090 Fax : 6337 8097
HP: 9668 5704 & 96679503 (Mr./Mrs.Gary)

CLICK HERE for the Picture Gallery of Gazals @ Kantipur

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Nepal world’s newest republic, king ordinary citizen

admin May 28th, 2008

To loud cheers and resounding handclaps, the first sitting of the Constituent Assembly (CA) unanimously declared the country a republic late on Wednesday night, with only four votes against.

The much-anticipated meeting took the decision late on Wednesday night after a nearly ten-and-a-half-hour delay, effectively ending the 240-year-old institution of monarchy and making the king an ordinary citizen.

The Chairman of the CA KB Gurung announced that the proposal to declare the country a federal democratic republic which was tabled at the CA meet was passed with a majority vote on Wednesday at the historic meeting held at the Birendra International Convention Centre (BICC) in the capital.

Out of a total 564 votes, the proposal garnered 560 votes in its favour, while only four votes were cast against the proposal.

“In the context of implementing a republic in the country, the CA meeting directs the now then King residing at the Narayanhiti palace and the private secretariat structure concerning him to leave within fifteen-days,” said  Gurung reading out the government’s decision.

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Maghe Sankranti

admin January 15th, 2008

Maghe Sangranti, Ghiu-Chaku SankrantiMaghe Sankranti - January 15, 2008
Maghe Sankranti is the beginning of the holy month of Magh, usually the mid of January. It brings an end to the ill-omened month of Poush (mid-december) when all religious ceremonies are forbidden. Even if it is considered the coldest day of the year, it marks the coming of warmer weather and better days of health and fortune.

This day is said to be the most significant day for holy bathing despite the weather. This ritual usually takes place at the union of sacred rivers and streams. Sankhamole, on the banks of the holy Bagmati river, below Patan, is thought to be amongst the most sacred sites for this purpose, though there has been a decline in the fulfillment of this ritual in the recent years due to water pollution in the river. But people still go in the wee hours of dawn just to sprinkle themselves with the water. They pay homage to various deities specially the temple of Red Machindranath and Agima Ta.

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