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20 hours ago
Md. Anwar Rain is a vegetable farmer who earns just as much in his village in Bhramarpura, if not more, than young migrant workers abroad. https://t.co/h004fXWSoo storiesofmadhes photo
3 weeks ago
"I am making dung cakes to use it for cooking. This is what I do everyday." - Ramawati Devi (Barwa Village, Parsa) #Madhes #Nepal https://t.co/G43m6MKifo storiesofmadhes photo
3 weeks ago
"You can play with it but you cannot take it with you!" - Sneha
(Barwa Village, Parsa district) #Madhes #Nepal https://t.co/SpLt7MqyIp
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1 month ago
An ancient water well from the 12th century in the Ranibas palace area, Simraungadh. #Madhes #Nepal #History https://t.co/OgVl3jgJPP storiesofmadhes photo
1 month ago
"I can make these Jalebis in 5 minutes, wait & watch" (Rajbiraj, Saptari) #Madhes #Nepal #Streetfood https://t.co/V11GkaIfs3 storiesofmadhes photo
1 month ago
Ishara pond built in the 12th Century by King Shiva Singh of Simraungadh in his daughter, Ishwari's name. #madhes #nepal #history https://t.co/N0sSnT0SRX storiesofmadhes photo

Why We Started Stories of Madhes?

Stories of Madhes - Profile PhotoWe started ‘Stories of Madhes’ to capture and share daily life in Madhes, southern Nepal.

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