About The Project
Ambika's Image Gallery
My father with my youngest daughter. We usually only see him on special occasions or festivals.
Lord Buddha. He is known as the light of Asia. I took this photo in Patan Durbar Square when we visited with the photography group.
A local woman selling goods on the street – this is a common scene in Nepal
My friend brushing her hair at our home. I took the photo without her knowing while her mind was elsewhere.
The famous Boudhanath Stupa which is listed as a World Heritage site. Many tourists and Buddhist pilgrims come to worship from all over the world.
My three daughters – Sabina, Samjnan and Sanipa – in their school uniform. They all study hard at a nearby community school. Thanks to the Women’s Foundation shelter they are also fed, clothed and healthy with bright futures ahead of them
My friend worshipping on the Monohare river. In Nepal this type of flower shrine is made for worshipipng the god of the sacred Tulsi plant (which represents the duty, dedication, love, virtue and sorrow of all women). Later it will be swept away down the river.
Swayambunath Stupa – the two eyes are called the Eyes of Peace. It is believed that these eyes help to bring peace among the people, and so I wanted to capture that.
Female labourers carrying sand – they are working on the construction of the new wing of our shelter home.
The new building of the Women’s Foundation shelter under construction.
Swayambunath Stupa is one of the holiest Buddhist temples and is a World Heritage site. I took the photo when I visited with my friends.
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