Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

Photographers who took these pictures did not stop at recognized tourist attractions, and showed the daily life of ordinary people, because it can tell a lot more to a curious traveler about the country – Nepal.

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

In this November 30, 2018 photo, an Indian artist paints a wall with traditional Mithila art at the newly built Janakpur train station in Nepal from where a new 34 kilometers (21 miles) long rail line runs to Jay Nagar in the Indian state of Bihar. (Photo by Niranjan Shrestha/AP Photo)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

A Tamang shaman holds her drum with a picture of Goddess Maha Kali as she participates during the Sonam Lhosar in Kathmandu, Nepal February 5, 2019. Sonam Lhosar that occurs around the same time as the Chinese New Year marks the New Year of the Pig for the Tamang people, an ethnic indigenous group living in Nepal. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

Mahouts cross the Rapti River on their return home after collecting food for elephants in Sauraha, Chitwan, Nepal on December 30, 2018. (Photo by Xinhua News Agency/Barcroft Images)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

Monkeys huddle to keep warm at the Swayambhunath Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal, Monday, January 7, 2019. (Photo by Niranjan Shrestha/AP Photo)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

Nepali volunteers and school children tie up recycled plastic bags to make a sculpture representing the Dead Sea in a bid to set a new world record for the largest sculpture made out of recycled plastic bags in Kathmandu on December 5, 2018. Some 100,000 plastic bags were used in the sculpture, in a bid to break the previous record made in 2012 in Singapore using 68,000 plastic bags. (Photo by Prakash Mathema/AFP Photo)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

Tharu girls in traditional clothes participate in a rally to mark the opening of the 15th Elephant Festival in Sauraha, Nepal, a tourism hub in the southwest of the country on December 26, 2018. (Photo by Sunil Sharma/Xinhua News Agency/Barcroft Images)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

A Nepalese Hindu devotee sprinkles water and offer money on the feet of a priest as at the part of the ritual on the bank of the river Hanumante during the Madhav Narayan festival in Bhaktapur, Nepal, Thursday, January 24, 2019. During this festival, devotees recite holy scriptures dedicated to Hindu goddess Swasthani and Lord Shiva. Unmarried women pray to get a good husband while those married pray for the longevity of their husbands by observing a month-long fast. (Photo by Niranjan Shrestha/AP Photo)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

A Buddhist nun attends the last day of the Drubchen Puja at Nagi Gumba, Monastry in Shivapuri National park, outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal, early 22 January 2019. Hundreds of Buddhist followers from across the country and outside Nepal gather at the monastery premises to receive blessings from Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist teacher and meditation master, along with other Rinpoche as they believe that their all sins, bad luck and diseases will be cured. Annually during mid-January, nuns and monks conduct Drubchen mass worshipping for eight nights and nine days continuously at Nagi Gumba starting this year from 14 January 2019. Nagi Gumba is a monastery in Shivapuri National Park exclusively run by nuns. During this mass worshipping, the nuns and monks worship for a long life and for the peace of deceased nuns and monks who are believed to turn into birds and animals in next life. (Photo by Narendra Shrestha/EPA/EFE)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

Nepalese mahout take an elephant for a ride during the first sunrise of 2019 at Chitwan National Park, Nepal, 01 January 2019. (Photo by Narendra Shrestha/EPA/EFE)

Daily Life In Nepal (25 Photos)

A Nepalese female youth participates in a physical training session, organized by the Salute Gurkha private institute, in Kathmandu, Nepal, 03 December 2018. Hundreds of female youth from across the country between the ages of 18 to 21 years old started an eight month-long private training programme in various training institutes in Nepal. The elite regiment of Brigade of Gurkhas under the British Army will have its first female soldier recruits in 2020, ending male domination of the unit for more than 200 years. Since 1947, the British government has been appointing Nepalese youths to the British Army. (Photo by Narendra Shrestha/EPA/EFE)

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