In Pictures: Journey to Nepal

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Nepal was the last country I visited during my year around travel across the globe. I saw a brighter Nepal, then a destroyed Nepal and now I am very pleased to inform you that Nepal is getting brighter again.

The earthquake did damage a lot in Nepal but not the human spirit. The hard work that people of Nepal are putting in nation building is paying off good. Six of the important tourists site were open last week for tourists. So now the big question – what can we do to help Nepal regain its glory? TRAVEL, yes. Nothing can help Nepal more than to see its country swarming with tourists again.

Here are some of the pictures from my travels in Nepal.

Behind the bars
Behind the bars
Spent days interacting with locals
Spent days interacting with locals

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Durbar Square
Durbar Square

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Colors of Religion
Colors of Religion
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Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that.
A typical day
A typical day
Durbar Square
Durbar Square
Monastery time
Monastery time

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Had an introduction to new perspectives on Hindu religion
Had an introduction to new perspectives on Hindu religion
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Celebrating New Year with lights!

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My abode for four days. That's how a homestay looks like in mountains in Nepal
My abode for four days. That’s how a homestay looks like in mountains in Nepal
Love is mountains
Love is mountains
Marijuana farming is quite common in Nepal
Marijuana farming is quite common in Nepal
A typical village of Nepal
A typical village of Nepal
Trekking in mountains
Trekking in mountains
Teaching cooking in Sidane village
Teaching cooking in Sidane village

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Boudhanath Stupa
Boudhanath Stupa

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Spirituality and Nepal
Spirituality and Nepal

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People
People

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Let there be light!
Let there be light!
They sell everything there
They sell everything there
Portraits from Nepal
Portraits from Nepal
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6 thoughts on “In Pictures: Journey to Nepal

  1. hi
    planning to visit nepal this august
    where is this home stay n how one go about booking one can u tell me please

  2. Loved the old lady captured in the picture. How beautiful her wrinkles, how charming her smile. Her innocence and inner beauty shines through

  3. Its such as you read my thoughts! You seem to understand so much approximately this, like you wrote the e-book in it or something. I believe that you just could do with a few p.c. to drive the message house a bit, but other than that, this is wonderful blog. A fantastic read. I’ll certainly be back.

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