Published On: October 26, 2019 06:40 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

Oct 20:
A woman puts earthen-ware to dry in the sun before baking them at Bhaktapur Pottery Square on Sunday. Photo: Monika Malla/Republica

Oct 21:
With brooms in hand, women in Tachai village of Naso Rural Municipality in Manang district participate in a cleanup campaign under the slogan “Let’s clean up the village on our own,” on Sunday morning. The locals do the cleanup every morning. Photo: Ratna Shrestha/RSS

Oct 22:
A large number of people at the Department of Passports in Kathmandu seeking passport to apply for the American Diversity Visa. Photo: Monika Malla/Republica

Oct 23:
A flower vendor arranges Makhamali flowers (globe amaranth) at her shop in Asan market in the old quarter of Kathmandu on Wednesday. Makhamali flowers are in high demand as worship material during the Tihar festival. Photo: Dipesh Shrestha/Republica

Oct 24:
A dancing bear used for street performances was rescued from Siaraha district and brought to Hattiban, Lalitpur by a non-profit called Sneha’s care.pictured on Thursday. The non-profit plans to send it to the Central Zoo before sending it to Wildlife SOS Bear Sanctuary India. Sloth bears are listed as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) red list. Photo: Bijaya Rai/Republica

Oct 25: 
Women harvesting marigolds at Sundare of Shuklagandaki Municipality in Tanahun district Friday in preparation for the Tihar festival. Marigolds and other flowers are essential parts of the five-day Tihar, which starts Saturday. Photo: Binod Dhungana/Republica

Oct 26:
Shoppers and vendors throng Asan, Kathmandu, on Saturday for Tihar shopping. Photo: Dipesh Shrestha/Republica

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