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    Around Ganesh Himal

    Ganesh Himāl is a sub-range of the Himalaya located in north-central Nepal with some peaks lying on tibetan-nepali borders. It is named after the Hindu deity Ganesha, that is depicted in the form of an elephant. Ganesh is worshiped as the patron of arts and sciences and is the deity of intellect and wisdom. He is also connected with the outset, the beginning of procedures. Its northeast region is the protected living area of Tamang tribe while the northwestern is the protected living area of ​​the tribe of Tsumba.

    The pictures on the Ganesh Himal were created during two long treks that took place in the years 2011 and 2013. Their purpose is to convey the feeling of observing an exotic environment for the first time, when one can only grasp glimpses of reality.

    • Towards Chumling. Ganesh himal 2013,

    • Towards Tatopani. Tsum Valley, 2013

    • Brimdang. Tamang area, 2011

    • Chilime. Tamang area, 2011

    • Porter to Chumling. Tsum Valley, 2013

    • Dzong. Tsum Valley, 2013

    • Gong Gang. Tamang area, 2011

    • Lingling. Tamang area, 2011

    • Rachen Gomba. Tsum Valley, 2013

    • Towards Nile. Ganesh himal, 2013

    • Towards Mu gomba. Ganesh himal, 2013

    • Mu Gomba. Tsum Valley, 2013

    • Mu Gomba. Tsum Valley, 2013

    • Milarepa Cave. Tsum Valley, 2013

    • Tatopani. Tamang area, 2011

    • Tatopani. Tamang area, 2011

    • Tatopani. Tamang area, 2011

    • Lingling. Tamang area, 2011

    • Lamagaon. Tsum Valley, 2013

    • Lar. Ganesh himal, 2013

    • Nagthali, house. Tamang area, 2011

    • Nagthali. Tamang area, 2011

    • Lamagaon. Ganesh himal, 2013

    • Yaruphat. Ganesh Himal, 2013

    • Dobhan. Tsum Valley, 2013

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