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Rani Pokhari in lights

Rani Pokhari (queen's pond) an historic artificial pond with famous Balgopal Temple in center with colors of light. Situated at the heart of capital city Kathmandu temple holds a significant cultural value. More »

Kalash Yatra

A colourful Kalash Yatra being taken out in Kathmandu. More »

Aggressive Monkey

A angry monkey photographed in Kathmandu, Nepal. One can see monkeys in Pashupatinath and Swayambhunath, two religious shrines in Kathmandu situated heart of the city. Swayambhunath is known as the Monkey Temple as there are holy monkeys living. More »

Baby Monkey

Baby monkey in Mrigasthali, Pashupatinath Temple area, near to Vishwaroopa Temple Kathmandu, Nepal. More »

Boating in Indrawati Nepal

Youngsters enjoy boating in Indrawati River, Dolalghat Nepal. Indrawati is a part of the Kosi river system in Nepal. More »

Bee Collecting Honey

Bees are adapted for feeding on nectar and pollen, the nectar primarily as an energy source, and the pollen for protein and other nutrients. More »

Godavari botanical garden

Godavari is a small village situated at the foot of Phulchoki, at an altitude of approximately 5000 feet above sea level which hosts the botanical garden. The garden is situated in 14 km southeast of Kathmandu. Its the best place for weekend and picnic to hide crowd and pollution in Kathmandu. It is a famous dating spot for youngsters. More »

Panoramic Annapurna Base Camp

Annapurna Base camp is a famous trekking route in Nepal. It is that place one must visit on his/her life. It’s a part of Himalayan adventure where one can know the relation between Himalaya and People. More »

Religious Trade

A woman on her street stall with worship accessories in Basantapur near a gigantic statue of Kaal Bhairav. More »

Toiling cart puller

A toiling cart puller with loads on his Handcart passing through the Juddha Salik (Statue of Juddha Shamsher Rana) in New Road, Kathmandu Nepal. People still uses hand carts as transport tools in Nepal because its sounds cheaper. More »