Serving Nepalis

An Indian man waits for customers at the counter of his eatery- Baitadi Hotel- in Banbasa, India that is named after a district of Nepal in far west that borders India. The sign board assures good food in Nepali language. Banbasa, a border town, is the starting point for many buses that reach Delhi in about 9 hours.

An Indian man waits for customers at the counter of his eatery- Baitadi Hotel- in Banbasa, India that is named after a district of Nepal in far west that borders India. The sign board assures good food in Nepali language. Banbasa, a border town, is the starting point for many buses that reach Delhi in about 9 hours.

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