NEPALESE CULTURAL EVENING, TRONDHEIM

Yesterday, we got an opportunity to attend an event called “Nepalese Cultural Evening” organized by Nepalese Society in Trondheim (NeST) in order to present Nepalese Cultural and NaturalDiversity.

NeST has been organizing this event since more than a decade in Trondheim for exchanging culture and spreading love and harmony with people from different corner of the world. This year, there were more than 250 participants from different countries. Each one of them coming as a guest was presented with souvenir from Nepal.

 

At the beginning, there was an exhibition of Nepalese cultural artifacts. Then, there were cultural dance performances representing different seasons of Nepal. Among 123 ethnic groups of Nepal, four different ethnic communities performed their traditional dances to show unity in diversity. There was a role-play about Nepalese pre­­-wedding procedure to show how wedding takes place. It was shown to portray that arranged marriage is not forceful marriage rather it is a common agreement between two families including bride and bridegroom. In between these performances, there was Kahooot Quiz about Nepal to test the knowledge of participants about Nepal and Nepali culture. And then, delicious Nepalese dinner was served at the end of the event.

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Youth Delegates from Nepal,

Prakriti and Deepak.