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Nepal, the country of undying never give up hope. © DsB
Two consecutive deadly earthquakes which registered 7.8 and 7.2 magnitude in Richter scale on 25th April consecutively 26th April and also 12th May of 2015, shook Nepal that resides on the lap of Himalaya. The devastating quakes smashed down the country from Gorkha district to Kathmandu.
This images was taken in Vaktapur, one of the most attractive spot for tourists in Nepal, on October’15, after five months of witnessing horrifying situation.
The saddest part is within few months of the calamity people had to left their tent, the temporary shelter, provided by international NGOs, as monsoon invaded the country. People resume their livelihood in between rubble from where they escape for sake of life. Within five months restoration couldn’t take place properly. Residents have been started to take responsibility to cope with the impact of calamity, set wooden pillars hinged with metal plate in zig zag manner to make support with each wall of buildings and they are living in this way, but life goes on.Hope the country will be restored soon.

 

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Nepal, the country of undying never give up hope. © DsB
Two consecutive deadly earthquakes which registered 7.8 and 7.2 magnitude in Richter scale on 25th April consecutively 26th April and 12th May of 2015, shook Nepal that resides on the lap of Himalaya. The devastating quakes smashed down the country from Gorkha district to Kathmandu.
This image was taken in Vaktapur, one of the most attractive spot for tourists in Nepal, on October’15, after five months of witnessing horrifying situation. The saddest part is within few months of the calamity people had to left their tent, the temporary shelter, provided by international NGOs, as monsoon invaded the country.

People resume their livelihood in between rubble from where they escape for sake of life.
The elderly lady spends leisure time beside the open lawn of her ramshackled home. First floor of the building jolted completely except that door framed portion is seeing behind her, during those consecutive earthquakes and aftershocks. She and her family is staying on the ground floor that is full of ruptures. Spending their life in risks. They are looking forward to get government’s help to get rid off a bit from these rubbles and troubles.

Hope the country will be restored soon.

 

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Nepal, the country of undying never give up hope. © DsB
Two consecutive deadly earthquakes which registered 7.8 and 7.2 magnitude in Richter scale on 25th April consecutively 26th April and 12th May of 2015, shook Nepal that resides on the lap of Himalaya. The devastating quakes smashed down the country from Gorkha district to Kathmandu.
This images was taken in Vaktapur, one of the most attractive spot for tourists in Nepal, on October’15, after five months of witnessing horrifying situation.
The saddest part is within few months of the calamity people had to left their tent, the temporary shelter, provided by international NGOs, as monsoon invaded the country. People resume their livelihood in between rubble from where they escape for sake of life. Within five months restoration couldn’t take place properly. Residents have been started to take responsibility on their own to cope with the impact of calamity, set wooden pillars hinged with metal plate in zig zag manner to make support with each wall of buildings and they are living in this way but life goes on.
Hope the country will be restored soon.

 

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Nepal, the country of undying never give up hope. © DsB
Two consecutive deadly earthquakes which registered 7.8 and 7.2 magnitude in Richter scale on 25th April consecutively 26th April and 12th May of 2015, shook Nepal that resides on the lap of Himalaya. The devastating quakes smashed down the country from Gorkha district to Kathmandu
This shot was taken in Outskirt of Lube, Lagankhel district, Nepal, on October’15, after five months of witnessing horrifying situation.

The elderly man who is a small scale farmer didn’t lose his house or family during the earthquakes but it deteriorated water level in soil profile which results poor water supply what can be a biggest issue for farmer. According to him though monsoon did manage little bit but not fair enough for farming. One third of family income come from farming, he added also.

Hope the country will be restored soon.

 

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Nepal, the country of undying never give up hope. © DsB
Two consecutive deadly earthquakes which registered 7.8 and 7.2 magnitude in Richter scale on 25th April consecutively 26th April and 12th May of 2015, shook Nepal that resides on the lap of Himalaya. The devastating quakes smashed down the country from Gorkha district to Kathmandu.
This images was taken in Vaktapur, one of the most attractive spot for tourists in Nepal, on October’15, after five months of witnessing horrifying situation.
The saddest part is within few months of the calamity people had to left their tent, the temporary shelter, provided by international NGOs, as monsoon invaded the country. People resume their livelihood in between rubble from where they escape for sake of life. Within five months restoration couldn’t take place properly. Residents have been started to take responsibility to cope with the impact of calamity, set wooden pillars hinged with metal plate in zig zag manner to make support with each wall of buildings and they are living in this way but life goes on.

Hope the country will be restored soon.

 

 

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