A Nepalese girl walks in an alley at Bhaktapur, Nepal, Friday, Jan. 25, 2013.
A Nepalese woman carries a container filled with water from a well at Bhaktapur, Nepal.
A potter takes a rest to smoke a cigarette at Bhaktapur, Nepal, Friday.
Nepalese children walk home from school at Bhaktapur.
A Nepalese woman bathes her child in an alley at Bhaktapur.
A Nepalese woman sits in the doorway of her house at Bhaktapur, Nepal.
A Nepalese child plays with the flag of a communist party.
Nepalese elderly people sun bathe at Bhaktapur.
Nepalese children play in an old house at Bhaktapur, Nepal, Friday.
Bhaktapur, also known as city of devotees, is an ancient city and part of the Katmandu valley, which holds the status of a World Heritage Site. – Photos and text by AP
i wish the same spirit should pervade the whole world!
They are lucky there is no war or religious strife in Nepal.
Big egos and big mouths do not exist there.
Act without deeds is useless
faith w/o act is useless….for all
Do not blame religion. War has it own dynamics that is mostly based on economics. Look at the wars fought in 20th century most of them were not fought for religious reasons.