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Kalash Yatra

A colourful Kalash Yatra being taken out in Kathmandu.

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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.

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Baby Monkey

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

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Religious Trade

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

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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.

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God Ganesha

A statue of God Ganesha on the bank of a river with colors of worship. Ganesh is the god of good luck according to Hindu beliefs.

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God on necklace and keyring

Idols of god Ganesh set with necklace and keyring found on street shop during Shree Swasthani Brata Mela in Shankhu, 16 km north east from Ratnapark, Kathmandu, Nepal. Ganesh is believed as god of good luck in Hindu tradition.

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Devotion on Swasthani

Woman shows devotion toward Shree Swasthani Mata with cringe to Swasthani brata katha book on the bank of Shali Nadi (16 km north east from Ratnapark, heart of Kathmandu). Swasthani Brata Katha is widely recited over the nation during the months of January & February. Shali Nadi is legendary river where Goddess Parvati bathed during her month of meditations dedicated to Swasthani. In Nepal it is believed that women who performs worship during this time will have their all wishes will soon be granted by the Goddess Swasthani.

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Mobile Photography

A boy taking photo of a girl in Durbar Marg, Kathmandu during Durbar Marg street festival by his mobile phone.

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World’s Smallest Mobile on Hand

A salesperson displaying tiny mobile phone set claiming world's smallest mobile in his stall during Can Infotech 2014 in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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