Thursday, 10 November 2016

Kusum Shrestha #Tarkariwali interview in program Suman Sanga

Posted by Anup Baral | November 10, 2016 :
A Nepali girl, who is being referred to as the ‘Tarkariwali’ has set a million hearts a-flutter after a picture of hers went viral online. Kusum Shrestha of Gorkha district is that girl who is the current object of social media's affection. Kusum who hails from the hilly village of Wangilang of Bhumlichok-8, Gorkha district, is now amazed to learn that her pictures have gone viral on the Internet. Kusum who lives in Ratnanagar of Chitwan district is a management student. She is currently in Grade 11. She has come to her home village to spend her festival vacation. Her father sells vegetables in the Fishling bazaar. As she is the only child of her parents, she is expected to help her parents when she is home. Though his father gets his vegetables transported from his village to the banks of the Trishuli River on a tractor, baskets full of vegetables have to be carried on head to cross the suspension bridge over the river to reach Fishling. Rupchandra Maharjan, an employee of a company that organizes rafting in the Trishuli River had taken Kusum’s photo while she was crossing the suspension bridge, carrying a basket full of tomatoes on her head. Maharjan posted the photo on his Facebook wall on October 28.

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