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September 12th, 2008


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11:22 am - Kumari
To believers, Nepal's child goddesses or Kumaris can bestow luck with a glance. But when these children grow up, returning to normal life is virtually impossible.

Girls selected as Kumaris must be aged between two and four and satisfy all the conditions of '32 perfections'. For a few short years, "all Nepalese people worship them" states one woman. But as soon as they experience their first menstruation, they lose their goddess status.

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From:warrioressnubia
Date:September 13th, 2008 03:35 am (UTC)
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she looked bored out her skull. i had heard of this before. its an interesting culture. and the idea of being a goddess living goddess that is, it wild!! but the poor girls look so bored and sad.

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