Photos by Arun Kumar | May 25, 2015
The devastation struck with a magnitude of 7.9 in Nepal on April 25, wiping away lives, homes, generations and rich heritage of its capital, the temple town of Kathmandu. Over 7,500 people have been buried under the nature’s scorn. With help pouring in from all four corners, the nation, still in a shock, is trying to come to terms with its loss. And people hope to rebuild their lives, homes and nation. All over again.
From scenic beauty to rubble: Here are pictures clicked by our photographer Arun Kumar
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