Photos of Visit Nepal 2020; Official Inaugural Ceremony!

Visit Nepal 2020

Nepal is celebrating the tourism year 2020 which is entitled as “Visit Nepal 2020”. Throughout the year, Nepal is expecting over 2 million tourists from all around the world. The campaign aims to promote Nepal as one of the best destinations in the world. Earlier the campaign was planned for the year 2018 and was later postponed for 2020. 

On the 1st of January 2020, the official inauguration ceremony of this long awaited milestone was held at Dashrath Stadium, Kathmandu. The ceremony had dignitaries from all over the globe, Government Officials, Head of the State, Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Stakeholders and people from diverse background. 

With this post, I am sharing the highlights of this grand event through photographs. 

Suraj Vaidhya
Mr. Suraj Vaidhya; national coordinator of Visit Nepal 2020. Such a humble and down to earth person he is. During the march pass sessions, he was busy managing the crowds. RESPECT!
Visit Nepal
Cheerful People!

Nepali People

Dashrath Stadium

Limbu Girl

Nepal Travel

Nepali Kid

Lifetime Experiences

Nepali Scout

Dashrath Stadium March Pass

March Pass

Nepalese Culture

Nepal Army

Nepal Police

Rajesh Hamal

Visit Nepal 2020

VNY 2020

Visit Nepal 2020 Lifetime Experiences

Young Nepali Woman

Nepali Ministers

Nepali Man

Dashrath Rangasala

Nepali Dance Performance

Subeksha Khadka and Sanjay Gupta

Visit Nepal 2020 Opening Ceremony

A huge thanks to Visit Nepal 2020 secretariat office for having IYMS team there. Congratulations for pulling off such a grand event in the best way possible. Getting to be a part of the event was a great feeling. Cheers!

About the author

I come from the land of Gurkhas; the brave soldiers who fought tirelessly and didn’t let any countries rule Nepal. Because of those Gorkhalis, the Nepalese are proud to call “Nepal has always been an independent nation so far.” Nepalese Flag is the world’s only non-quadrilateral national flag; red color symbolizing the bravery and blue symbolizes peace and harmony. What a proud thing. Also, Nepal was the Hindu Kingdom in the past and now a secular state welcoming people from all the religions. Nepal is a country of living heritages and Kathmandu a city of temples. All in all, Nepal is a country with Unity in Diversity. Thank you for reading the boring random shits. These things don’t relate to me in any way. And those are not the things that describe me. If I introduce myself with the common voices of any nationality, group or community, it’s nothing but sheer stupidity. A part of it can be a shared introduction but not fully. So who am I? I don’t know who I am. It’s been years of SEARCH but nothing has been excavated yet. And also, I am not the right person to describe who I am. It's you who know me and whatever I say about me makes no sense. You tell me who I am ;)

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