New Hampshire/ Jan 15, 2017
Buddhist Society of NH observed Losar amid a function here on January 14 at 251 Maple st . Manchester, NH.
“We have invited all local religious groups to exhibit unity among us”, man Ghalley the member of society informed BNS.
“There was Nepali cultural songs and dances from from different religious groups and individuals”, informed Ghalley.
The program was chaired by Pema Tamang the president of society. The chief guest was Mothikhar Bhujel.
“We observed Losar because it is the most important festival of Buddhist. To protect, prevent and educate our younger we have observed this festival”, informed Pema, the president of this organization.
“We are glad around 400 individuals from different faith groups attended the celebrations”, Tamang expressed in telephone conversation.
Losar (Tibetan: ལོ་གསར་, Wylie: lo-gsar) is the Tibetan word for “new year”. lo holds the semantic field “year, age”; sar holds the semantic field “new, fresh”. [source Google)