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An Incomplete Frame! Travel Story from Badimalika

"Clearly shows an incomplete picture in absence of a humble figure(เค›ोเคฐा) who is busy on a construction site of nearby district working as a Civil Engineer."
This is a story from Bajura District of Farwest Development Region of Nepal. We captured many memories from Badimalika Trekking. Some were thrilling, some were awesome but this story was cold, felt dark and sad inside because not having a son, a father and a husband in the home throughout the year is a sad thing, isn't it?
Yes, I'm talking about Mr. Man Bahadur Aidi of Kailashmandau, Bajura District.
A friend of @yrimal who helped us during our Badimalika Trek by introducing us with his elder brother. His brother not only helped to guide the routes via phone contact but also welcomed us in his home as guests. Climbing up at Badimalika peak, at some specific point the phone used to receive signals and Yuvraj used to contact his wife and Aidi brother. Then Aidi brother who is a local used to guide us from the visual interpretation we gave him via phone. He is a teacher in the nearby school of Kailashmandau. Humble and descent family members living happily! We were super excited to have Dal Bhat Tarkari on the 5th day of our trekking. ๐Ÿ˜Ž
Man Bahadur, a friend of Yuvraj had asked to take pictures of his family and this was clicked.  Call it a coincidence because there was this gap in between his mother and wife. It was symbolic. We didn't notice that before while taking the picture but after I returned back home, I saw this gap. A gap which was waiting for a son and a husband to complete the frame.
While returning back we shared our Bars of Snickers and Eclairs chocolate with their children and two trekking sticks to the elderly.
2hours of life in the past is gonna be remembered forever. And thank You So much for this pleasing memory.
Life Is Beautiful!

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