Pakistani and Nepali culture

By- Roberto Avila

this image shows a huge cultural change in Pakistan. This is an image of the first woman in Pakistan to get a full time job. This shows the start of change in women's right in this country.
This is a mural of a woman organizing dyed cloths. Dyed cloths is one of the most popular forms of Pakistani art.
These women are hanging dyed cloths to dry. One form of women's rights that these women have is that after they're cloths are dry they will go and sell these for their income.
There is music in some way shape or form every culture in the world. This painting depicts a man playing a strange instrument. This man seems to be some kind of musician for something important.
I chose this photograph because of the national change that has happened since the taking of this photo. This image shows the king and queen in May of 1956, but changed to a democracy in 2008
All of these men have their heads covered with turbans, this is a practice in the muslim religion. This shows that they not only are soldiers but warriors as well.
In this image these muslim women dressed in burkas are getting on a train. This would be the normal thing that you would see on the street in Pakistan due to the muslim religion practiced in this area.
These are the Nepal Tiger Tops but terrain like this is important to both Nepal and Pakistan. Both countries have mountainous terrain with beautiful scenery.
This is an image of a Hindu statue that stayed standing after an earthquake in 2015. The earthquake destroyed many buildings such as the temple in the background. This image shows how religion joins people together, as the people come together in time of distress in this religious area.
This image depicts a little girl in front of crates of water probably to help the victims of the earthquake that can't get to clean water. This image was also interesting to me because in Mexico there is a brand of water that looks just like the ones in the image.
This image shows a young girl in a uniform in school. This shows that Nepal brightening their future by educating the younger generation with what seems like a successful education system.
Buddism is a minority religion but is practiced in Nepal. Interesting how this figurine seems to be made of clay and painted, where I've seen in researching others areas that many places make religious pieces out of only precious metals or stones.
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