Seto Machhindranath Jatra is a religious festival celebrated in Kathmandu, Nepal. The festival is held every year to honor Seto Machhindranath. The festival is also known as “Jana Baha Dyah Jatra”.
During the festival, a wooden chariot carrying an idol of Seto Machhindranath is paraded through the streets of Kathmandu, accompanied by a large number of devotees who sing and dance. The chariot is pulled by ropes, and the journey can take several days to complete.
The Seto Machhindranath Jatra is an important event in the cultural calendar of the Kathmandu Valley, and it is attended by people from all walks of life. It is a time of celebration and joy, and people come together to offer their prayers and pay their respects to the deity.
The festival is also accompanied by other cultural and religious events, including music and dance performances, religious ceremonies, and the offering of food and other gifts to the deity. The Seto Machhindranath Jatra is an important expression of the cultural and religious heritage of Kathmandu, and it is an event that is deeply ingrained in the history and traditions of the local community.