Boutique Nepal a sister Organization of Clothing in Nepal offer Different kind of Tamang Cultural Clothing for man and woman with wide range of design and color.
Tamang Cultural Clothing are worn by Tamang ladies and gents on special occasions like Sonam Loshar , celebrations, cultural ceremonies, etc. More interesting the big festival of tamangs' is Loshar (Sonam Loshar). On sonam Loshar every ladies as well as gents of tamang groups were there cultural dress and celebrate the day as the Beginning of the year ( Sonam Loshar). Tamang Cultural Dress are really beautiful and amazing.
It has the severe cultures and tradition in its own. They are made in Nepal with cottons. Nowadays, Taman Cultural Clothing are designed more differently than first ones with much qualification.
We have all kind of Tamang Cultural Clothing like Female Tamang Dress, Male Tamang Dress , Tamang Baby Boy Dress , Tamang Baby Boy Dress , Tamang Marrige Dress, Tamang Jewellery , Tamang Sagaun Pong , Tamang Dhanphu , Tamang Shirt , Tamang Trouser , Tamang Pasni Dress , Tamang Selo Dress, Tamang Coat ,Tamang Tutung
Tamangs are indigenous people from Nepal. They have their own culture and dialects which distinguish them from other ethnic groups. Tamang means Horse Traders. In Nepal, the main Tamang community is located in the central highlands as well as around Kathmandu Valley
Tamangs divide their years into 12 cycles, each represented by a zodiac animal, following the same order as Lunar New Year. In Nepal when there was no calendar, the 12 rotation system was used to calculate peoples' ages.
Sonam Lhosar Great Festival of Nepal
Sonam Lhosar is celebrated on the first day of the new moon during the month of Magh in the Bikram Sambat calendar.
This holiday is known as Sonam Lohosar in Nepal and as Sonam Lochar in Sikkim. It may be celebrated on a different day in India and Nepal depending on how the lunar calendar is interpreted.
Traditions of Sonam Lhosar
The word Lhosar means New Year or beginning of a new era and Sonam Lhosar is the Tamang New Year.
Like other communities, the Tamangs celebrate their New Year festival with great joy and religious fervour which lasts for five to fifteen days from place to place.
The Tamangs clean and decorate their house to welcome the new year. In the New Year, they will visit monasteries and stupas in their traditional costumes. Buddhist monks perform masked dances and rituals to drive away negative forces and bring positivity to the family and the people.
The stupas, monasteries, houses rooftop and mountain top are festooned with colorful prayer flags and decorative items intended to bring peace and harmony.