Nepal is a nation gifted with people of varying ethnicity and background. With the greater migration and amalgamation of Indo-Aryans and Tibeto-Burmese from various parts of Asia to Nepal centuries ago, the existing community ceased to belong to the people who exhibit their own and unique heritage, culture and lifestyle.
Faces of Nepal belongs to those who carry their history and culture with themselves. Moreover, it belongs to those too who can’t relate to any caste or lifestyle.
A traditionally clad Gurung man in Kathmandu
A young virgin girl from Newar community is chosen to be Kumari or Living Goddess in Kathmandu
A Managi woman from the northwestern hills of Nepal
A woman belonging to Tamang community
A traditionally clad Newari girl during Yenya Punhi
A newari man smiling for the camera
An old man seen at Pokhara in midwestern Nepal
A Sadhu is a hermit commonly found throughout Nepal
Kids from Sherpa community seen at Solukhumbu
There are many kids on the streets of Kathmandu, mostly who came from outside the city and others who were raised in poverty
A young girl in Bhaktapur
Tamang chilren in Gatlang village
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