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Ram Maya Pariyar starts 13 days death rituals of her husband in her makeshift house on the cremating day of her husband in Maiyum Village, Besishahar, Lamjung District, Nepal.

November 08, 2017
Besishahar , Lamjung, Nepal
Ram Maya Pariyar starts 13 days death rituals of her husband in her makeshift house on the cremating day of her husband in Maiyum Village, Besishahar, Lamjung District, Nepal.

The family of Ram Maya is living in a makeshift house after the house they were living was destroyed by deadly earthquake of 2015. Her husband died at the age of 47 Year in Qatar on 21 September 2016. He had been working as a carpenter in Qatar since 8 years. After 57 days of his death, his family was able to bring his dead body to his home for cremation today, on 3 November 2016.
The death certificate of Tanka Bahadur Damai issued from Qatar reports cardiac arrest as cause for death. The family of Tanka Bahadur Damai has not yet got any compensation from Qatar and Nepal Government.
“The company should have given compensation, Nepal government should too. The earthquake destroyed my house. If I do not get any compensation, life will be really difficult for me, my husband worked in Qatar for more than 8 years as carpenter”, said Ram Maya Pariyar.
Besishahar, Lamjung District, Nepal. 3 November 2016.