pakistan and nepal culture

I chose this picture because it states that the Rana family from Nepal had been forced to search for suitable marriages. I don't think that its right to have to marry someone who you don't very well know or want to be with.
I chose this picture because I find it interesting that these children are looking out windows and looking down at the town. From what it looks like this building that they are looking out of is dirty. I think they need a clean and more sturdy place to be in.
I chose this picture because the two men in this picture are going threw bricks trying to rebuild what ever it is that has fallen down. The statement states that everyone has to soldier on. To me these men are brave.
I picked this picture of a ceiling because of the shapes and colors. This ceiling is the only complete ceiling made in Pakistan. The colors and shapes make this picture really stand out to me. This design pops and interests me.
This painting of this man really sticks out to me because the man seems so focused and interested in whatever it is he is looking at. Maybe it was painted in description of something bad or good that he has seen but whatever it is got his attention.
This painting is of a lady waiting for someone. I chose this painting because it looks as if she is mad.
I chose this picture because there is so much little detail that makes one big picture. All the people in this painting are doing something different and thats what makes it stand out.
I chose this picture because the lady in the painting looks very peaceful. In the painting she is holding pigeons which symbolize beauty and love.
In this painting the men are playing polo. I chose this picture because it looks very competitive and violent.
This oil painting is very soothing and calming to me. I choose this picture because it shows very bright details of a part of a town. The trees and the leaves that have fallen stand out to me.
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