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Robbed Childhood

In remote Nepal, especially girl’s childhood is so short. The moment she is able to lift a pot of water on her waist, the fun is over. And to look after younger brothers and sisters became her, another important chore.

By the way this picture is not from remote Nepal but from Devi Chaur (Champi), Lalitpur.

13 thoughts on “Robbed Childhood

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  4. Thank you ALL for your comments and compliments.

    Dear WhoRobbedUrChildhoodWho! Reading your strong comment, I can guess your feeling evoked by the picture. Respecting that feeling I would like to say, we don’t need measure the height of Mount Everest ourselves, to know it is 8,848 meters (29,029 feet). Human brain can feel other’s pain, hardship, joy and other human’s sentiments. I am just reflecting reality because I am a Photojournalist. Thank you for your true comment.

  5. If your childhood was not robbed you would not be in position to write this blog. Because your childhood did not have blog site neither did mine.

  6. Very touching indeed….

    Children in uniform in the background is adding so many things to the story.

  7. yeah its so true…even in city areas children do not go to school i wonder how village kids are living their life.

  8. Shuttb, appreciate!

    I wonder, if the oodles become heavier, what will be a answer to it?

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