Nepalese

A Nepalese transgender is pictured while getting ready for a LGBT pride parade to mark the Gaijatra Festival, also known as the festival of cows, in Kathmandu...A Nepalese transgender is pictured while getting ready for a LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) pride parade to mark the Gaijatra Festival, also known as the festival of cows, in Kathmandu August 22, 2013. The parade was organised to demand equal rights in society, according to participants. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)

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A transgender from Nepal gets ready for an LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) pride parade to mark the Gaijatra festival in Kathmandu on Thursday. The parade is organised, according to participants, to demand equal rights in their society 

A Nepalese Muslim offers prayers during the month-long fasting in the holy month of Ramadan in Kathmandu...A Nepalese Muslim offers prayers during the month-long fasting in the holy month of Ramadan in Kathmandu July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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A Nepalese Muslim offers prayers in Kathmandu on Thursday during Ramadan, when Muslims across the world fast for a month. 

Nepal rice planting season starts...epa03760821 A group of Nepalese farmers return home carrying their belongings after planting rice in a field at the beginning of the monsoon season in Jitpur village, on the outskirts of capital Kathmandu, Nepal, 26 June 2013. Nepal will be celebrating National Paddy Day on 29 June 2013. On this day, known as Asar Pandra, farmers begin the annual rice planting season and mark the day with various festivities such as preparing rice meals with muddy water, mud being a symbol for a prosperous season. The agricultural sector contributes about 60 per cent to Nepal's gross domestic product.  EPA/NARENDRA SHRESTHA

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A group of Nepalese farmers return home carrying their belongings after planting rice in a field at the beginning of the monsoon season in Jitpur village, on the outskirts of capital Kathmandu on Wednesday. Nepal will be celebrating National Paddy Day on June 29 2013. On this day, known as Asar Pandra, farmers begin the annual rice planting season and mark the day with various festivities such as preparing rice meals with muddy water, mud being a symbol for a prosperous season. The agricultural sector contributes about 60 per cent to Nepal’s gross domestic product.