Thu. Oct 29th, 2020

You would love to see, Janakpurdham ( Photo feature)

Filmmaker and photographer Prabhat R Jha posts a few pictures on social media(FB ). With different captions to each, he depicts Janakpurdham and his hometown in his lockdown photo album.

Uploaded pictures present the photographer’s and filmmaker’s views together, so the content here is to bring the photo as it is with the caption already attached.

Receive the unique art of representation, photography and pleasure with different eyes. Enjoy the flights of bucolic, and urban fantasy, also brings some with  the pandemic effects, here we go-

Hanging out 🙂 One of the streets of Janakpur at 9 pm.

Love our vintage style architecture which we are failing to preserve. Sad.
Saraswati tole, Janakpur.

Staying locked-down is a privilege not everyone can have.
Daily wagers unloading the cement sacs from a truck in Janakpurdham, Nepal.

One of the colorful motifs on the front wall of Janaki Temple in Janakpurdham, Nepal.

On the 61st day of the national lockdown, a young street vendor with his mom trying his luck to sell watermelons in the streets of Janakpurdham, Nepal.

वक़्त वक़्त की बात है। (It’s the matter of different times!)

The effect of cyclone Amphan begins in Janakpur, Nepal.

The east of Janakpur now.

And the Sunset today.

Godhuli Grains of my hometown 🙂

Window 2020. Dhanusha, Nepal.

An APF member conducts surveillance during the COVID-19 lockdown in Duhabi, Dhanusha. Nepal’s 1880 KM porous border with India has provided major security challenges with thousands of Nepali citizens still stranded on the Indian side and desperately trying to enter back.

Locked down abroad.
Ajay and Rinku came to Nepal last January as seasonal labourers and got stuck here because of the lockdown. Currently, they are working in a brick factory for survival and waiting for the lockdown to be over to get back home in Lakhimpur, Uttar Pradesh, India.

My university campus during the lockdown.
R R Multiple Campus, Janakpurdham.

A young girl waiting for her turn to get the ration relief by the government for her family of eight members on the 42nd day of lockdown in Janakpurdham, Nepal. The financial impact of the lockdown due to the pandemic has been brutal to the daily wagers.