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(About Kumari - Living Goddess)
Kumari, or Kumari Devi, or Living Goddess Nepal is the tradition of worshipping young pre-pubescent girls as manifestations of the divine female energy or devi in Hindu religious traditions. The word Kumari is derived from the Sanskrit Kaumarya, meaning “princess”. In Nepal, a Kumari is a pre-pubescent girl selected from the Shakya caste or Bajracharya clan of the Nepalese Newari community. The Kumari is revered and worshipped by some of the country’s Hindus. While there are several Kumaris throughout Nepal, with some cities having several, the best known is the Royal Kumari of Kathmandu, and she lives in the Kumari Ghar, a palace in the center of the city. The selection process for her is especially rigorous. A Kumari is generally chosen for one day and worshipped accordingly on certain festivals like Navaratri or Durga Puja. In Kathmandu Valley this is a particularly prevalent practice. A Kumari is believed to be the incarnation of Taleju. When her first menstruation begins, it is believed that the goddess vacates her body. Serious illness or a major loss of blood from an injury are also causes for loss of deity.
AUTHENTIC NEPALESE / INDIAN CUISINE
Kumari Restaurant & Bar – Mount Vernon is serving the Baltimore area with the authentic Nepalese & Indian Cuisine.
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Our restaurant has been recognized for its authentic cuisine, excellent service and friendly staffs.
Best buffet on Charles street Baltimore.i think the place has very friendly and professional servers and a clean place. It's quite large and isn't loud with music like some other places. The buffet is great for lunch. A table for two came out to just 20 bucks. The servers are always carrying water and will refill your glass every time which I think is awesome. Fresh cooked food constantly comes out of the kitchen to the buffet which I think is surprisingly good. The weekend is a couple dollars more expensive than the weekday lunch buffet special. Whichever day- you will get your money's worth.
Ian H. - Baltimore, MD
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