Rain brought fresh misery to the Kathmandu Valley, where tens of thousands of people are living outside after Saturday’s earthquake, fearing returning to their homes.
At Kathmandu’s outdoor cremation grounds, though, which have been busy almost nonstop since the quake, the rain changed very little at all.
The work continued: men carried logs; families lit funeral pyres; marigolds fell from bodies being lifted atop those piles of wood. Here, on the banks of the Bagmati River, little seemed to have changed at all.
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