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Traditional Importance is having. Good place part of Katmandu Darbar Square. One should know about this place even from online. Some history is there. A girl will be identified as kumari and treated as goddess till she attains maturity. After that a new girl will...More
Adjacent to the Kathmandu Durbar Square, lies the Kumari Ghar (The princess's home) and the Kumari Chowk.
Most of the buildings around the chowk were ruined during the earthquake, however, the Kumari Ghar stands strong and tall. With it's bright red brick walls and burnished...More
WE arived 5 minutes before the Kumari, "the living godess" apperared. We are not alowwed to take photos of the godess. She is a small girl with cuirous eyes.. She stayed less than a minute at the window of her home. But I felt as...More