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The Nepalese believe their living goddesses, or Kumaris, are manifestations of divine female energy that protects them from evils such as earthquakes and civil war

The Nepalese believe their living goddesses, or Kumaris, are manifestations of divine female energy that protects them from evils such as earthquakes and civil war

Kumari - the "living goddess" puppet.    Nepali art & craft

Kumari - the "living goddess" puppet. Nepali art & craft

Male and female dancers at cultural event in Bhaktapur, Nepal - Photo by Tim Graham

Male and female dancers at cultural event in Bhaktapur, Nepal - Photo by Tim Graham

Mountain Lodge, Nepal | Lanterns Light up the Walkway to the Lodges Front Door

Mountain Lodge, Nepal | Lanterns Light up the Walkway to the Lodges Front Door

Nepal's living goddess locally known as the Kumari, Samita Bajracharya, watches the last day of Rato Machhendranath chariot festival in Patan, outskirts of Katmandu, Nepal

The making of a child goddess: Behind-the-scenes pictures show painstaking preparations and exquisite clothes which turn a little girl into a living deity

Nepal's living goddess locally known as the Kumari, Samita Bajracharya, watches the last day of Rato Machhendranath chariot festival in Patan, outskirts of Katmandu, Nepal

Hazara-Iranian Mongol :: Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central asia.

Hazara-Iranian Mongol :: Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central asia.

Been here!  (April 2015) "Chorten at entrance to Tsarang village. The village of Tsarang is just south of the walled town of Lo Monthang, the capital of the Kingdom of Mustang in North Western Nepal."

Been here! (April 2015) "Chorten at entrance to Tsarang village. The village of Tsarang is just south of the walled town of Lo Monthang, the capital of the Kingdom of Mustang in North Western Nepal."

Young Nepalese girls dressed in the outfit of a Kumari, the living goddess, pose during Kumari Puja rituals at Hanuman Dhoka in Durbar Square of Kathmandu on September 17, 2013. Some 504 girls under the age of nine from across the country have been brought to the temple for mass worship, protection from evil, and good luck in the future. Kumari, or Kumari Devi, is the tradition of worshiping young pre-pubescent girls as manifestations of the divine female energy or devi in Hindu religious…

Young Nepalese girls dressed in the outfit of a Kumari, the living goddess, pose during Kumari Puja rituals at Hanuman Dhoka in Durbar Square of Kathmandu on September 17, 2013. Some 504 girls under the age of nine from across the country have been brought to the temple for mass worship, protection from evil, and good luck in the future. Kumari, or Kumari Devi, is the tradition of worshiping young pre-pubescent girls as manifestations of the divine female energy or devi in Hindu religious…

A Nepalese mother applies make up to her daughter dressed as the living goddess Kumari as they wait for Kumari puja to start at Hanuman Dhoka temple, in Kathmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016.

A Nepalese mother applies make up to her daughter dressed as the living goddess Kumari as they wait for Kumari puja to start at Hanuman Dhoka temple, in Kathmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016.

The Living Goddess; Kumari, or #Kumari #Devi, is the tradition of worshipping a young pre-pubescent girl as a manifestation of the divine female energy, or devi, in Indian subcontinental countries.

The Living Goddess; Kumari, or #Kumari #Devi, is the tradition of worshipping a young pre-pubescent girl as a manifestation of the divine female energy, or devi, in Indian subcontinental countries.

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