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Ladies of Durbar Square

Frozen Memories

Ladies of Kathmandu Durbar Square Ladies of Kathmandu Durbar Square

I don’t think I will ever get over the marvel at seeing the colorful clothing women in this part of the world use to adorn their bodies. I have been living in India for over a year now and still, when I am out and about, am amazed at the seemingly never end of color combinations and patterned fabrics worn by women in all walks of life. This group of colorfully clad women were chatting away on one of the monuments at the Kathmandu Durbar Square

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