Nepalese National Days in the Great Market Hall Budapest offers a great way to learn about the mysterious country of Nepal.
Pashmina Cashmere, Singing Bowls, traditional Masks, Puppets, Wooden Sculptures, Pottery items, Scented Sticks and Herbal Oils just to mention some of the beautiful items featured during this weekend in the Great Market Hall. You can also taste the best Teas from Nepal and get to know the Nepalese Cuisine (Dal-Bhat-Tarkari, the spicy lentil soup, Momo dumplings, Peda and Barfi cakes) and drinks (Raksi and Jaand made from rice) if you join us during the event.
Namaste-Nepal healing singing bowl performances, travel films and photographs and Nepalese Food is waiting for you in the Great Market Hall (aka Nagycsarnok).
‘Namaste’ is the standard greeting in Nepal. It can mean Hello, Goodbye or Thank you, and translates to “I salute the God in you.” The Singing Bowls are made of metal makes a soothing sound when the rim is rubbed in a circular motion by a wooden stick. Aside from the soothing sound, the vibration created by the bowl is believed to have healing qualities.
The Singing Bowls are made of metal makes a soothing sound when the rim is rubbed in a circular motion by a wooden stick. Aside from the soothing sound, the vibration created by the bowl is believed to have healing qualities.
Make good use of the Nepalese Tourist Days that are also held in Budapest Great Market Hall simultaneously, featuring Sherpas (experiment tour guides in the Himalaya Mountain) providing info and travel tips for those who are considering to visit Nepal.
The beautiful country of Nepal has so much to offer from beautiful mountains to extremely rich culture. The colorful prayer flags, breathtaking landscapes, serene nature and friendly people, it is hard not to fall in love with Nepal.
Come and get closer to Nepal in the beautiful Great Market Hall of Budapest, Hungary!
Venue of the Market Event
Great Market Hall (aka Central Market Hall or Nagycsarnok)
Address: 1-3 Vamhaz korut Street, Budapest, District IX.
Dates of the Market Event
Dates of the Nepalese National Days in Budapest:
Not planned for 2017