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A walk through the village surrounding Lumbuni interaction with warm and hospitable local people , buying their authentic handicraft produce and observing their traditional rituals will bring one closer to understand the diversity of tarai culture. In Nepal. Tour of village also gives opportunity to observe Treai landscape and vegetation found in the outskirts of the settlement. The people in this traditional villers offer a peek at thrie agro- based rural lifestyle colorful costume , festival which they celebrating with much joy and enthusiasm and gracious hospitality. They belong different religions cast and creed, with agriculture as main occupation The main festival celebration by the people The main festival celebrated by the people are Nag Panchami Holi Dashain and Thihar, Tourist can visit the local temple and mosques or partake in the culture ceremonies . the wetland area lakes and pounds in the village also offer bird watching opportunities Visitor have option choosing to walk through the villagers . riding through a local rickshaw or bullock cart. Ekala offers culture sightseeing in village and bird watching at lake Karabolaha that has a crane sanctuary nearby. Visitours can also visit Shiva and kalimaisthan temples and aosque in the neighborhood. They live in ideational stone tend house. The main ethnic groups who lives here Are yadav, hatijan, Chamar, Gupta and Muslim. The languages spoken are Bhojpuri and Nepali.
Khudabagar offers cultures sight seen in the village and bird watching at Punnihawa lake which is the wetland areas. The main grope slaving here are Tharu, yadav, Lodh Harizen, Kurmi, Gupta and Muslims. Tourist can also visit the recently set up Tharu museum. Thnuhawa offers peak are the Muslim culture and bird watching at crane sanctuary Karbolaha Lake toward the north – west of the village . Here you can observe women working at indigenous crafts making colorful baskets, handicraft items that are also available on sale at different sales outlets . One can also pay visit to the mosque in the village. Lumbini Adarsha has archaeological sites that date back to the 4th and 5th century . Visitors can also visit the Shiva shrines and observe cutstomary traditional costumes, the local agro-based lifestyle. Lumbini Adarsha Leads to the ancient villages of Padariya , Manauri and Khungai . The people living here are mostly Yadhav , Mallah, Shreevastav, Kohar , Murau, Muslim and Goshami.