Nepal Strike as seen in Tarahara, Sunsari District of Koshi Zone in Eastern Nepal
I am not sure if this man is working on telecom cable or electricity? Not to say look at the amount of cable and wires that has no records, all works are done by either through experience or on maybe basis.
This driver keeps repeating the action and he seems to enjoy it Dharan Bhotepul. If he had to pay taxes for this would he have kept doing this?
This boat’s maximum capacity says 18 people but here more than 50 people are onboard, later police was called in to maintain the 18 passenger onboard and rest were ordered to alight the boat during our supposed to be Dharan-Chatara/Barahchettra speed boat tourism promotion.
Traditional musician is happy and in deep sleep.
Semi-traditional Nepalese cart. Bullock is traditional while the wheel of the cart is upgraded to modern tyres.
Selling pirate Movies, TV show and music videos CD and DVD on the footpath of Dharan in Eastern Nepal. Each DVD movies could cost around 50 cents.
Young Nepalese lad is busy studying while he is working for unpaid job in an open office. Itâ€™s called multi tasking. Can you do this?
Is this Kathmandu? Yeah! The dirty unclean Kathmandu, it is one of the most polluted capital cities in the world.
This was during a Hindu festival in Dharan. There are noises every where of music, drums and people chanting and screaming, but nothing stops this sleeping beauty from sleeping like a little child. Again yes only in Nepal.
One day I had to visit Dharan Hospital and while I was there I saw a guy walking and wondering on hospital lawn, made me wonder why he was wondering around, later I found out that he was the owner of these washing which he had left on these bush to dry.
This photo was taken during my visit to Dharan Hospital, Sunsari District, Koshi Zone in Eastern Nepal. What about in your town, city or country you come from can you dry your washing in hospital a lawn or park? Well in Nepal maybe not anything but looks like at least drying on hospital lawn is possible.
Overloaded jeep a common scene seen through out Nepal, this vehicle was travelling from Dharan to Bhedetar and the northern hill towns of Eastern Nepal. You can see now over crowded the jeep is and leaning backwards.
This is how Nepalese travel in Nepal. A very common way Nepalese people travel in Nepal. This photo was taken at Dudhe of the bus and people travelling to southern towns of Shivagunj and Gaurigunj in Jhapa District of Mechi Zone, Eastern Nepal.
Nepalese bikers on home made boat, crossing Koshi River after the East-West Highway in this area was destroyed by flood and some parts or river taking the new course.
Nepalese cow in the middle of city centre eating paper. It is very common scene for ones to see cow in the middle of towns and cities of Nepal.