Photo Story On Nepal Earthquake

Nobody knows the exact number of casualties or missing. In governments register, it may be appear numerically. However, can we count the sorrows and sufferings? Would it be ever possible to measure the loss of an individual, a family or a community in the natural disaster? The disaster in Nepal is a reminder. We ought to have a consciousness, precaution and develop environment friendly attitude as a citizen no matter, residing in which part of the earth.

Here is a photographic reflection of this devastating earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25 and its aftermath.

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Ariel view: Nepal’s most powerful earthquake in eight decades


In ruins, rummaging for hope


In destruction, we unite !

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Mass cremations: Flesh and bones smoke up the sky!


Lost Heritage, Found History!

Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world, with an altitude of 8,848 meters (29,028 feet), is seen in this aerial view taken from a passenger aircraft flying over Nepal at a height of 9,144 meters (30,000 feet), November 9, 2008. Everest is part of the Himalayan mountain range along the border of Nepal and Tibet. In background is the Tibetan Plateau. Picture taken November 9, 2008. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (NEPAL) - RTXAG2Q

It Shrunk Mount Everest by About One Inch: Shaken earth, Shrunken heights!

Image Source: Reuters and AP


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