Mani Rimdu Festival seems to be celebrated the first time in 1930. Rongbukh Monastery in Tibet is the place from where this festival is originated. It’s one of the most fascinating High Himalayan Buddhist festivals observed every year, usually in November (date fixed by the lunar calendar) in Tengboche monastery.
Mani Rimdu is a 19-day sequence of sacred ceremonies and empowerments, culminating in a 3-day public festival. It's an opportunity for the local Sherpa and Tibetan communities, to gather and celebrate together with the monastic community.
- Climbing of Nagarjun Peak (5,200m), Kalapathar Peak (5,550m)
- Trekking up to Everest Base camp
- Participation of life changing Buddhist Festival Mani Rimdu Festival at Tengboche Monastery