KATHMANDU, SEPTEMBER 1

Living ‘boy god’ Ganesh is seen sitting on his throne on the first day of Indrajatra, on Tuesday. The festivities are low-key this year as the authorities have clamped a curfew-like shutdown in the three districts keeping in mind the sharp spike in coronavirus cases in the Kathmandu valley.

Although Kumari is the more-known deity, living manifestations of Ganesh and Bhairab are also worshipped along with the living goddess during Indrajatra in Kathmandu Valley.

Pictures captured by Skanda Gautam for The Himalayan Times.


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