Nepal Magar Sangh

Nepal Magar Sangh


Nepal Magar Sangh

Nepal Magar Sangh refers to a group or association that speaks for the Magar population in Nepal. One of Nepal's native ethnic groups, the Magars has a distinctive cultural and historical legacy.


One of the Magar community's most well-known traditional dances is the maruni. During Nepal's Tihar celebration, also known as Deepawali or the celebration of Lights, is frequently performed by Magar women. Maruni dancers perform beautiful, rhythmic movements while donning vibrant costumes to the sounds of local music.

Another traditional Magar dance that is frequently performed at festivals and other social gatherings is the sorathi. Dancers form a circle while holding hands and doing circular, vivacious moves. The Magar melody of yore is played as the dance is performed.

1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Pork Hub, Jhamsikhel

Tribal Haat (Phase I)

Tribal Haat aims to create a space for folk artists who have a passion for continuingthe threatened music of their community. It aims to showcase diverse muscal performers, traditions and instruments, from the Gandharvas known as the bearers of Nepali folk music to the Chyabrung drum of the Limbus, and the Kauda dance of the Magars. The social event will be a joyous hub for the original and authentic sounds of Nepal.