Nepali people celebrate own New Year known as Bikram Sambat or Bikram Era. The Nepalese New Year is credited to King Bikramaditya due to his contribution of starting new solar calendar some two thousand years ago. According to Nepali calendar Baishakh 1th day is called New Year. On this day, there is official holiday all across Nepal. Every Nepali people celebrate New Year grandly. They shares wishes to their friends, colleague and family. In these modern days, New Year celebration is also modernized, we can notice comments and shares in facebook and twitter as well. Restaurants, clubs, pubs and bars are decorated with New Year greeting. In Bhaktapur, Newar people celebrate Bisket jatra in New Year day. The Bisket Jatra is also called the festival of Bisket. Bisket jatra is very famous festival among Newar culture. The festival of Bisket Jatra happens until 9 days. There is myth about Bisket Jatra, which signifies a great battle of Mahabharat. Within the festival a tall wooden pillar is placed in the center of square. The pillar is called “Yosni” in Newar language (Nepal Bhasa). The pillar implies victory, the victory of virtue over bad. After two days, the statue of Bhairav and Bhadra kept in two large decorated chariots and pull throughout the Bhaktapur Durbar Square. The war between the puller groups of two neighborhoods happens to win the game. The winner group is considered the blessed with good luck in forthcoming days.