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Nwagi (Nepali: न्वागी) also spelled Nuagi or Udhauli is a major festival celebrated by Kirat community. It is celebrated prior eating of the harvested food crops offering to ancestors and nature gods. Local people believe that if somebody eats the crops without celebrating Nwagi have to face ancestor's curse.
- Hardman, Charlotte (2000), Other Worlds: Notions of Self and Emotion among the Lohorung Rai, Oxford International Publishers Ltd, Oxford, UK
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