Biska jatra comes to an end today
BHAKTAPUR: APRIL. 18 – Biska, celebrated for eight nights and nine days: On the final day of the Jatra, a handless lingo on the Kumale Tole was pulled down on Monday.
The lingo that was erected in Kumale Tole in the morning after performing the ritual worship was pulled down on Monday after the ritual worship was performed.
Experts say that people believe that seeing the lingo raised in Biska will destroy the enemy and gain glory. Biska: It is said that the lingo is pulled down after performing ritual worship as it is an important Jatra within the Jatra.
Similarly, the Biska Jatra, which began with the pulling of Bhairavnath and Bhadrakali’s chariots, is traditionally concluded with the pulling of Bhairavnath and Bhadrakali’s chariots in the afternoon.