Nepal festivals are based on a multi-religious, multi-linguistic and plural cultural society. Annually, the cultural and religious event celebrates, such as Dashain, Deepawali, Mani Rimdu, Lhosar, Chhath, Eid, and Sakela festival. Lunar calendar fixes festival date and time. The dark fortnight (the new moon) and the bright fortnight (the full moon) both remain for 15 days. Nepal has an agriculture-based culture.
Nepal festivals are the source of joy and happiness that unite a family, community, groups, village, and city. Millions of Nepalese works in overseas some of them called Lahure. As much as possible they return home in the festival with a souvenir. Government offices, schools, and banks can close during the popular festivals. The festival brings a prosperity and happiness to the 125 caste/ethnic groups. Nepalese tradition, culture, custom, food habit, and dress are unique. In Nepal wine of rice and millet is widely accepted. The traditional dress, food, drink, festival swing, card, and the gamble is interesting.