Tomorrow is Yomari punhi, a festival of Newari community marking the end of the rice harvest, and it falls on the full moon day in Poush or December (Punhi means full moon day in Newari).
A yomari is a rice cake filled with brown cane sugar (chaku) and sesame seeds, or khuwa (made from milk), which is then steamed. This delicacy is the chief item on the menu during the post-harvest celebration of Yomari Punhi. On this full moon day, people of the Kathmandu Valley offer worship to Annapurna, the goddess of grains, for the rice harvest. Groups of kids go around neighborhood to beg yomari cakes from housewives in the evening. Sacred masked dances are performed in the villages of Hari Siddhi and Thecho at the southern end of the Valley to mark the festival. (Reference: Wikipedia)
I can never get enough of yomari, they are fluffy and delicious to eat!