In the 17th century, the region of King Nagi Malla of Doti, western Nepal, was in ruin.
Natural calamities, drought and cholera consumed his Kingdom. Relief would come, the royal priests predicted, if he gave his daughter to the temple of Bhageshwor Mahadev. Housing facilities were immediately prepared, and the daughter of the Kingdom began her life with the Gods.
When the affections assailing the country ceased, a traditions born, one that has grossly degenerated and now mars the image of culture purity that Nepal would proudly claim.
· 9 years ago