Jumping up and down in Nepali traditional clothes~
It has been a long time since we heard from the Nepali children.
The Nepali children are growing up beautifully and adorably. Today these adorable children tried on the traditional clothes of the Nepali ethnic minorities. Are you excited to see them fitting so well in these traditional clothes? J Nepal is the country where the Himalaya, known as the roof of the world, is located. Its flag is in a shape of two triangles placed on top of one another, which is the only flag among other flags in the world that are rectangular shapes. Since the unforgettable, major earthquake that the Nepali experienced in April 2015, reconstruction projects have been going on. Nepal have kept working on to restore the livelihoods of the local people and developing self-reliance to recover. It is Nepal Lalitpur that the children of Immanuel Home are living in. 16 children from different ethnic backgrounds tried on the traditional clothes to celebrate this Folklore Day.
August 9th is the Folklore Day of Nepal. Children tried on the traditional clothes because they received a mission to wear the traditional clothes of each ethnic group by their school. Seeing them in the clothes reminds me of my childhood when I wore my ‘Seolbim’ in the Lunar New Year morning and exchanged greetings with the elderly, which makes me delightful. The children were so excited last evening trying on the clothes and looking at themselves in the mirror that they couldn’t go to sleep last night. However, this morning, they woke up early and are busy getting dressed up for the Folklore Day. They are such lovely teenage girls.
सुन्दर छ।. Hey little friends! You guys are so beautiful!
We hope that you look forward to seeing these girls in Immanual Home growing up with a lot of attention and love!