[The scenery] feels great, super good, it is really good feeling, really like it.
Corpse burning is the most common activity here. Although it is not a believer who is not qualified to walk in front to see for himself, the effect on the edge of the river is also very special.
But all kinds of dust can still make people sad. It might be better to wear a mask.
The cremation stand is on the bank of the Bagmati River, where the Nepalese cremation. A bridge divides the places of cremation for civilians and nobles. When we got there, we were catching up to the side of the common people's cremation stand, and each cremation stand had a ceremony being held. Look at the excitement.
This is one of the many heavenly steps leading to the holy water of the Ganges in the eyes of the believers. When the body is burned, the surrounding smell is particularly unpleasant. Due to the concentration of such incidents, the air is not very good.
The place where cremation is carried out in Nepal is by the Bagmati River, which eventually flows into the Ganges River, which is the holy river of Hinduism. Therefore, the Bagmati River is called the holy river in Nepal. It was almost dusk when I went there, and there was a ceremony at the cremation stand. Many people sat on the north bank of the river like me and watched the cremation process on the opposite bank. It was a girl who was buried, and her family was crying, which was different from the cremation I saw later when I was in Wanalasi. In Wanarasi, everyone is calm, because Hindus believe that by sprinkling the remains into the Ganges after death, they can live a happy life in the next life. I don't know if the teachings are different in Nepal or because the dead are really flourishing.