PHOTOS Nepalese woman make yomari during Yomari Punhi festival

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Nepalese woman make yomari during Yomari Punhi festival

Xinhua

21:49, December 12, 2019

A woman from Newar community shows a plate of steamed Yomari during Yomari Punhi festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec. 12, 2019. Yomari Punhi is a festival especially celebrated by Newar community in Nepal to mark the end of the rice harvest on full moon day. Yomari is a sweetmeat dough made of rice flour from the new harvest, shaped like fish and filled with brown sugarcane and sesame seeds. (Photos: Xinhua)

A woman from Newar community shows how to make yomari during Yomari Punhi festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec. 12, 2019. Yomari Punhi is a festival especially celebrated by Newar community in Nepal to mark the end of the rice harvest on full moon day. Yomari is a sweetmeat dough made of rice flour from the new harvest, shaped like fish and filled with brown sugarcane and sesame seeds.

A woman from Newar community shows how to make yomari during Yomari Punhi festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec. 12, 2019. Yomari Punhi is a festival especially celebrated by Newar community in Nepal to mark the end of the rice harvest on full moon day. Yomari is a sweetmeat dough made of rice flour from the new harvest, shaped like fish and filled with brown sugarcane and sesame seeds.

A woman from Newar community shows a tray of yomari ready for cooking during Yomari Punhi festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec. 12, 2019. Yomari Punhi is a festival especially celebrated by Newar community in Nepal to mark the end of the rice harvest on full moon day. Yomari is a sweetmeat dough made of rice flour from the new harvest, shaped like fish and filled with brown sugarcane and sesame seeds.

A woman from Newar community shows how to make yomari during Yomari Punhi festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec. 12, 2019. Yomari Punhi is a festival especially celebrated by Newar community in Nepal to mark the end of the rice harvest on full moon day. Yomari is a sweetmeat dough made of rice flour from the new harvest, shaped like fish and filled with brown sugarcane and sesame seeds.

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