Evening Walk in Kathmandu: a study in sound

Rickshaw horns, rickshaw bells, taxi horns, a rickety bus splashing through a flooded street. Also, flutes, methodical singing of Nepalese boys, and an apparently indigenous string instrument. “Hallo.” Om Mani Padme Hum. Mani Padme Hum.

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3 thoughts on “Evening Walk in Kathmandu: a study in sound

  1. What a strange coincidence – I have just been to a shop specialising in crafts and literature from the Himalayas and bought a Nepalese cook book. Perhaps you could write about another of your sense impressions on your walk!

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