Nepal: Gods, Chariots and the Prime Minister

Feringhee writes about the tradition of chariots and gods, and the changes in Nepal. “This year for the first time since the 7th century (!), the appointed Prime Minister, GP Koirala, presided over the Bhoto puja, rather than the King (or the Crown Prince).”

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