Losar Festival in Kalimpong
Losar is praised for 15 days, with the principle festivities on the initial three days. The festival of Losar originates before Buddhism in Tibet and can be followed back to the pre-Buddhist Bön period. On the Occasions of celebration of Losar or Monpa Losar, it’s customary to wear new garments. Individuals welcome each other with the standard New-Year welcome of “tashi delek” (good fortunes) and visit religious communities, stupas, sanctuaries to make offerings and gifts in type of sustenance and different blessings to the ministers and nuns there.
Losar, the Tibetan New Year, is the most prevalent celebration in Sikkim. Celebrated with display and intensity, it is an event for devouring and cheerful making. The celebration celebrated in Feb/Mar achieves a bewildering merry state of mind which is only excellent. Let Indian Festival Tours treat you to the heavenly happy mind-set of Losar.
Best time to visit Losar Festival in Kalimpong
The temperature is constantly under 30°C from March to May. So the mellow breeze would not inconvenience guests much without a doubt.
From the month of June to September usher the rainstorm season. Regular rainfalls are the principle indication of the season. Here and there it causes avalanches obstructing the lanes. So it can either be the loveliest or the most noticeably bad for the guests.
The span from December to February is most pleasant and best season to visit Kalimpong with temperature under 15°C and achieving at least below zero temperature.
How to Reach Losar Festival in Kalimpong
The closest air terminal is at Bagdogra, 80 km, associated with Kolkata and Guwahati. You can cover Bagdogra to Kalimpong in 3 hours by transport or taxi.
The closest railheads are New Jalpaiguri (77 km) and Siliguri (66 km).
Kalimpong is likewise very much associated by street with Siliguri, Gangtok and Darjeeling by transports, jeeps and private taxis.