I was born in the beautiful village of Dhading on July 11 in the respectful family in a village. I have spent the past seven years contributing to travel industry and promotion of Nepal. I have been contributing to the tourism industry since a decade.
With the thought, Nepali culture is well-garnered by those who make a visit to Nepal, the idea of Nivas Boutique Home generated. The warmth of the people, the food and the architect that reflects our deeply-rooted culture, is something that definitely takes a spot in the visitor’s hearts. And we’ve always wanted our visitors to feel more at a Nepali home because home is, where the heart is.
Which is why we’ve brought you just that. We present you Nivas Boutique Home, where you get to experience what Nepali home looks and feels like. Located only 6.2 km away from the Tribhuvan International Airport, Nivas Boutique Home brings you a staying experience, like you are a family member. Which is what we want you to experience.
The architecture of our boutique home reflects our historical roots. The windows bring back old memories, and Nepalese call it “Tiki Jhyaa”. You will also find small traditional decorative pieces. The ambiance and the food we offer sheds light to what a traditional Nepali home is made up of.
We welcome our guests in our traditional way, by putting Tika on their foreheads and garland around their neck. Because Nepal is driven by the sentiment of “Atithi Dewa Bhava” which translates to “Guest is God”, we welcome our guests the way we worship our Gods. Because worship and pooja for us is a way to express our gratitude and respect to the Gods who look after us from up above, it is a cultivated value/practice (which sounds better?) onto our guests as well. There is also the sentiment of faith in Nepalese that reflects while we perform Pooja and side by side recite mantras through the Pooja.
Then the day is started by doing Pooja early in the morning. It is done early in the morning because it is considered a meaningful beginning to your day, and it is believed to attract positive vibes for the day. And the day is ended with Pooja as well, this time with the belief that this day of purpose has ended with intentional gratitude. Because this is such a big part of our day-to-day life, we want you to experience the same here at Nivas too.
- Sudarshan Nepal