After being stuck at the Indian border, most of the Passover supplies destined for two Chabad-led Seders in Nepal arrived in time for the celebrations, albeit a tad late and decreased in size.

Rabbi Chezky Lifshitz, the Kathmandu-based co-director of Chabad-Lubavitch of Nepal, was expecting shipments totaling 2,000 bottles of wine, 2,000 pounds of matzah and 3,000 units of gefilte fish. As of Friday, the deliveries had not yet arrived.

On Shabbat, however, the supplies reached Kathmandu. One truck got lost on the way.

In Pokhara, where Rabbi Avi and Zimrat Fuchs operate a branch of the Kathmandu Chabad House, the shipment arrived at 11 p.m. Saturday night, smack dab in the middle of the Seder.

According to one participant, the crowd of 350 people – most of them Israeli backpackers – erupted in cheers.

In an interview before the onset of the holiday, Lifshitz remarked: "We're not fazed. [Problems have] happened every year, and we've always succeeded in pulling through."

An estimated 2,000 people participated in the Kathmandu Seder, further cementing its status as one of the world's largest.

Nepal is one of the most popular destinations among Israeli tourists.