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Food, family, and four decades
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Nepal, Jan. 11 -- Biku Maya Bajracharya is 71 years old and one happy soul. From the year 1976 she has sold woh (Nepali pancakes) in a small corner tucked away in an alley behind the Nyatapola Temple in Bhaktapur. Amidst the splatter of Bhaktapur's splendid colors, it sits unassuming and silent. People who have heard of her, make it a point to come to her for wohs once every week.
Just as Simon Gurung and Prashant Karmacharya, hundreds visit the eatery everyday. For Gurung and Karmacharya, who grew up in Bhaktapur, Biku Maya's wohs taste of their childhood. They have come to her from the time they can remember. "Even today we come to Aama (as Biku Maya is affectionately called). We have brought our friends here and the taste somehow neve...
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