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A woman selling goods becomes part of a living tableau, framed by the ancient wagon wheels used in Bisket Jatra, a festival that brings together communities in Nepal annually.
In this evocative photograph, a woman sets up her stall before a significant artifact—wagon wheels used in the annual Bisket Jatra festival. Celebrated in various regions like Bhaktapur, Dhapasi, and Madhyapur Thimi, the festival is an occasion that doesn't just mark the beginning of the Nepali New Year but embodies the rich tapestry of cultural and religious practices.
A chariot carrying the statue of Lord Bhairava is tugged as a part of a ritualistic 'tug-of-war' between neighborhoods. These wagon wheels are not merely for show; they're the gears that help pull the weight of tradition, literally and metaphorically. Amidst this culturally charged atmosphere, the woman, perhaps unintentionally, represents the enduring human aspect of these grand celebrations. Her stall, modest yet essential, coexists with the grandiosity of the wheels, reminding us that daily life and sacred rituals often intersect in profound ways.
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