Today, the Paddy Day is being celebrated by planting paddy throughout the country. It is a practice to plant paddy throughout the country while singing Bharai. However, in the past, the singing procession has gone missing. It is lost now that a few years ago, the cabbage was lost.
The paddy day is celebrated on the middle of the month of the month, which is producing sweet and fried grains. Since agriculture is the dominant country, profession of most people in Nepal is farming. In the recommendation of the Nepal Agricultural Research Council (NAR), the cabinet meeting decided to celebrate on December 15 as a paddy day. That year, it is celebrating this year’s officially every year. Paddy Day has been celebrated to reduce agriculture’s sustainability and to encourage farmers.
Today, the paddy is roasted in Hippupupu Halo while singing locomotives in the south. At this time of mid-term, work chillers eat curd churreas for the strength of farmers who are tired. At this time, curd churera is believed to be strong in the body with power. Asar 15 is also considered as a festival of curd in Nepali society. Apart from farming, Nepalese people who work in other profession and business also celebrate Yarhi Churaura in Asar 15 today.